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.
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.
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