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Please provide five or six reasons (including a short explanation for each) why a therapist would choose group therapy over individual counseling, or vice versa.
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Group therapy and individual therapy all have their benefits and consequences.

1. Group therapy allows members to see first hand that there are other people in the world going through similar problems.
2. Group therapy allows group members to feel like they are party of a group - depending on what the person is in counseling for, they often feel alone and like they don't belong so group therapy gives them a sense of belonging and often at times, almost becomes like a family.
3. A problem that can arise with group therapy is confidentiality - everything is to remain confidential in ...

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A look into individual and group counseling and the benefits and consequences of each. A detailed explanation of why individual counseling is better for some people in some situations and group counseling is better for others and in other situations.