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Re: Hello from a newbie; Shared peer experience?

Posted by rjlockhart37 on June 29, 2019, at 23:15:12

In reply to Hello from a newbie; Shared peer experience?, posted by GwenM905 on June 25, 2019, at 23:35:59

i've been in cognitive behavior therapy groups, one was at psychiatric hospital...they would have a board and teach about CBT, would write people's issues then apply the program. The unit we were in, we started having recreational time, and support group time. After i left the hospital, they had outpatient program which was more peer to peer, talking about addiction, and depression. It was more like a alcoholics anonymous or narcotics anonymous mixed with issues like co-dependency, depression.

when i was younger...i went to a church youth group, we would have service and connect with each other, go eat or do things. It was like a support group, people would tell me call them if i needed somebody to talk too. Support groups are good because they let you talk, and get issues out in the group, then having a team support.

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