Just to keep going with what you are saying, group therapy for children (for many, not all) can be a beneficial way to help them deal with their disorder. Kids are very social and knowing there is another peer dealing with the same disorder, or like it, can help them manage better. Adolescents may respond better in group therapy among others their age because they can relate to them more rather than speaking to an adult in a one-on-one session. However, Im sure there are going to be many different personalities and disorders which can hinder the therapeutic effect of a group therapy session. Therefore, as a nursewe must observe and make sure group therapy is working for all participants effectively. Otherwise it is our responsibility as an
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