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Unread 11-28-2009, 04:06 PM   #4
NancyB
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Hi again.

What kind of therapy is really up to you and what you're looking to accomplish. One-on-one guarantees that you will have the therapist's undivided attention and you can work on what you feel is important to work on.

Group therapy is good too. Some people find strength in being in a group; but it could also not be what YOU want to work on or there may be people in the group who dominate the session.

Sometimes the first therapist or group isn't a match either. So don't be afraid to ask a lot of questions before making an appointment so you can at least get a feel for what it will be like.

I hope that helped somewhat.

Nancy
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