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Anger Management Anger management is a tough mental health group topic, but group therapy can be very helpful if you struggle to manage your emotions. By talking with other people to learn coping skills and how you can control your feelings, you might be able to get to a place where you’re no longer feeling out of control when it comes to your anger. Topics that can be covered in anger management groups can include: Conflict resolution Stress management Communication Positive thinking skills People and social skills How to handle the unexpected Therapy isn’t going to be easy per se, but the right style and technique — like group therapy — might make it easier for you to commit to the process. Group therapy is a great technique for many people who’re looking for additional support on their journey to becoming the best version of themself possible.
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Weight & Body Image Weight loss or body image support groups can be extremely effective in helping people figure out why they have the relationship with food that they do. Food and body image issues can be overwhelming. It might be difficult to see the light at the end of the tunnel, but working in a group can remind you that you’re not alone and that you can achieve your goals.  Topics that can be covered in a weight loss group can include: Learning how to identify and conquer your triggers Understanding the weight loss process Knowing how to fuel your body for exercise  Finding the types of exercise that work for you Discussing your relationship with food, exercise, and self-image
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Self-Care Self-care is important at every stage of life. Whether you’re a student, working your way up in your profession, a new parent, fighting for your marriage, in your golden years, or at any other phase of life, taking time for yourself is important.   Self-care makes you stronger in any situation or relationship. Working with a group to discuss topics like self-care can help you come up with ideas about how you can take better care of yourself.  Topics that can be covered in self-care group therapy might include: How to practice mindfulness How to meditate Benefits of exercise like yoga  Journaling Goal Setting
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Phobias We’re all afraid of something. However, when your fear becomes detrimental to your daily life, or when it holds you back or prevents you from achieving your goals, something more might be going on.  If you have phobias that are bordering on the line of being debilitating, or they’ve crossed that line altogether, group therapy might be able to help. Group therapy can cover several of the most common phobias. Through your sessions, you can work to identify the root cause of your phobia along with coping skills to allow you to move past it.
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Trauma Healing from trauma takes a lot of work, which is why trauma might be one of the most common group therapy discussion topics out there. Dealing with past trauma is important to recovering and healing mentally and emotionally.  If you’ve experienced any sort of trauma — such as abuse, assault, the death of a loved one, illness, or anything else — and you’re having a difficult time healing, group therapy might help you tremendously. Topics that can be covered in group therapy for trauma can include: Sexual assault Financial abuse Mental abuse Physical abuse Acceptance Forgiveness Anxiety Depression Fear Trust
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Divorce Divorce can be painful. If individual therapy isn’t enough, group therapy might be helpful as you grieve the loss of your marriage and begin the healing process. Being with like-minded people, who’ve experienced the same struggles as you can be a great way for you to start rebuilding your life. It doesn’t matter if you initiated the divorce, your partner did, or if it was mutual, it’s still a difficult time to navigate on your own.  Some topics covered to address divorce during group therapy may include: Divorce depression Dating after divorce Coping with loss Loneliness Practicing social skills Financial freedom Single parenthood Forgiveness
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Criminal Behavior Criminal behavior, especially once someone has been convicted of a crime and is in the criminal justice system, can be addressed through specific forms of group therapy. Different types of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) have been found effective for adult and juvenile offenders, violent offenders, and those who’ve committed substance abuse-related crimes. Group therapy topics that can be covered to address criminal behavior may include: Social skills Critical and moral reasoning Means-end problem-solving Impulse control and management Self-control Reintegrating into society outside of prison 
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Grief At some point in life, you’re going to have to cope with grief. We tend to think of grief as relating only to the death of a loved one, but in reality there are many types of grief.  You can grieve any significant loss in life. Leaving a home or town when relocating, losing or quitting a job, the end of a relationship—all of these can result in grief. It’s so important to learn how to navigate the grieving process in order to heal from loss in a healthy manner.  Some topics that can be covered in grief support groups can include: Acceptance Anger Depression Denial Guilt Saying goodbye Looking towards your new future Coping skills
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Emotional Wellness Emotional wellness, or emotional health, is your ability to successfully navigate the stress you face in life in a healthy, positive way. It’s also how you can learn to adapt and course-correct during difficult times. Emotional wellness groups can help you deal with challenges you may be facing — from loss, to love, to grief. Some topics that can be covered for groups supporting emotional wellness can include: Being more mindful Reducing stress Having a more positive outlook on life How to develop healthy sleep habits Strengthening social connections Dealing and coping with loss
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Mental Health Conditions Group therapy can be effective for people with many different types of mental health conditions. It can be used in combination with individual therapy, or on its own for people who have conditions like depression, anxiety, social anxiety, panic disorders, and more. Some mental health group topics that can be covered in a group therapy setting include: Education about a specific mental health condition Coping skills Social skills Acceptance Setting boundaries Developing self-worth and confidence Overcoming fear Dealing with anger issues
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