Group therapy is a positive way to connect with other people coping with similar issues, to receive reinforcement that you are not alone in your experience, to learn from others, and to foster your progress forward in a productive and healthy manner. Though you do participate in treatment with other people and benefit from hearing their feedback and sharing their thoughts, group therapy is confidential and all members agree to keep confidential any information heard in the group. Group leaders guide the process, ensure it is a safe space, and provide feedback. This is proven to be an enriching form of treatment. Client’s can participate in group therapy as a standalone treatment, or pair it with individual, couples, or family therapy depending on their needs.