Rebuild Your Life

Rebuild Your Life

Recovery from drug or alcohol addiction never takes place in isolation. To achieve a sustainable recovery, an individual needs encouragement and accountability from others, including family and friends. However, some of the most powerful support comes from peers inside a group therapy program.

Blueprint Recovery Center offers group therapy as an integral part of our addiction therapy program. We provide ongoing interaction with others who are also on the path to recovery. Our licensed therapists have the experience and training necessary to guide you and your group through all stages of rehab as you grow and learn together.

To find out more about our group therapy program in New Hampshire, contact Blueprint Recovery Center today.

a man talking to a Group Therapy Program during recovery

Why Group Therapy Is an Integral Part of Addiction Treatment

One of the catalysts for addiction is isolation. As a person becomes more obsessed with drugs or alcohol, they neglect almost every other area of their life to focus on the substance. This can lead to destructive behaviors and the loss of family, job, finances, or health.

During substance abuse treatment, you get the opportunity to reconnect with others. More specifically, you interact with others who are going through similar struggles but are determined to overcome addiction. Our group therapy program offers several benefits such as:

  • Unparalleled support from your peers
  • A sounding board for your thoughts and feelings
  • Motivation to keep you moving forward
  • Relearning social skills that you lost during addiction
  • Self-discovery through insights from others
  • The ability to encourage and motivate others

It may sound like a cliché, but sharing is healing. Giving and receiving thoughts and ideas is a form of therapy that is crucial to helping you address the challenges you face.

Group Therapy Is Focused Therapy

Group therapy is often associated with 12-step programs or support groups. While both are beneficial, group therapy creates a different dynamic than a support group. How are they different?

Support Groups

Support groups are often self-led and self-managed. For instance, if you walk into an AA meeting, you may find that a facilitator gets the meeting going. However, no one is guiding the group through a discussion, and each person is free to express their thoughts at will. Fortunately, this type of meeting is helpful to people who are struggling from day to day.

Group Therapy

During a group therapy session, a licensed treatment specialist guides the group through targeted topics or thoughts. There is a theme throughout the discussion, and the therapist integrates specific forms of therapy into the session. Each person in the group has the opportunity to participate, talk, and listen to others in a more focused way.

Group Therapy Treatment Services We Offer

At Blueprint Recovery Center, we provide a comprehensive group therapy program in New Hampshire that allows you to experience different types of treatment with others. Some of the most common types of treatment we offer are:

In addition to standard group therapy, we also offer resources for self-help groups, support groups, and even online groups. Each type of therapy helps you during different stages of your recovery. To find out more about what is available, feel free to talk to your therapist.

Learn More About Blueprint Recovery Center’s Group Therapy Program

If you are ready to get help for a drug or alcohol addiction, the time is now to step forward with your treatment. Blueprint Recovery Center offers the help you need through our group therapy program. To find out more about your treatment options, contact Blueprint Recovery Center by calling 833.654.1004 to speaking with a treatment specialist. Your road to recovery starts here.