Support groups are separate from clinical therapy groups
Support groups are separate from clinical therapy groups. Why is it important for substance use disorders counselors to know what happens in non-clinical support groups? How could this knowledge benefit treatment?
Solution previewSupport groups offer a supportive environment where one can share what they are experiencing with group members who may be experiencing similar problems. This can help facilitate the healing process and increase the chances of having better outcome. The main objective of every support group is to help a client handle………………………