- Group Psychotherapy offers support for people with social anxiety to help build a better social network and attract romantic relationships
- Group Psychotherapy is a supportive place to learn and practice new relationship skills and change shy behavior.
- Group Psychotherapy can help socially anxious people become more comfortable and at ease when meeting new people.
- In group psychotherapy healthy assertiveness and self-expression of feelings and life issues is learned leading to greater closeness and connection with others within and outside the group.
- Connection is modeled by other group members in group psychotherapy and there is the opportunity to learn about healthy relationships from others.
- The group members in group psychotherapy helps apply relationship skills to outside relationships.
- Group Psychotherapy is a team approach which includes support, feedback, and direction by peers.
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