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Group Therapy

Four Steps Group Therapy

About The Group

The Four Steps group process runs along four hierarchical steps:

  • The First Step is to encourage the client to identify the basic psychological need behind his behavior or symptom and to find a healthy rationale(s) for fulfilling that need.

  • The Second Step is to help the person express the want will for having his psychological need met, and explore the inner fear that blocks him from doing so.

  • The Third Step is to help the client become consciously aware of the right to have his needs met and explore the real or imagined obstacles expected.

  • The Fourth Step is to help the person decide to develop a new (healthy) pattern of behavior that corresponds to one's true self rather than the false self.

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