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Overview

People who struggle with substance abuse may feel alone, unhappy, and embarrassed. Many addictions are the result of a history of physical or sexual abuse that victims may have concealed for years or even decades. As a result of their addiction, some may have done things they were ashamed of. Shame, in any case, is isolating. It might make you feel worthless and alone. Participants in group therapy are frequently relieved to learn that they are not alone. Group therapy is a type of psychotherapy that is used to address psychological illnesses such as addiction and substance abuse. Group Therapy usually entails regular sessions in which one or more therapists work with a group of people who are all dealing with the same health problem. People can benefit from group therapy in a variety of ways. Cadabams understands your want to be in a group where you can feel safe and connected in order to overcome your concerns by using out group therapy for addiction in Bangalore.
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What exactly is the goal of group therapy?

Individuals who participate in group therapy improve their communication and socialisation skills, as well as their ability to express themselves and accept criticism from others. Individuals might gain self-awareness by listening to others who are dealing with similar challenges in group therapy.

Is it possible for addiction to progress to other mental health issues?

It’s not uncommon for someone who is addicted to drugs to also suffer from another mental disorder. Other brain and behaviour diseases, such as schizophrenia and depression, are thought to share some of the same genes and brain areas that are involved in addiction. Several studies have found that marijuana can cause psychotic symptoms comparable to those seen in patients with schizophrenia in some situations.