At Arise Recovery Centers of Dallas-Fort Worth, we offer numerous programs depending on what the patient’s needs are. Many of our patients prefer and do well in a group setting, which is a counseling group that generally includes about 8 or more people. Arise schedules group sessions every week, 3 nights a week from 6 – 9 PM. In our group therapy, you will find a unique blend of addiction treatment modalities with evidence-based practices, experiential workshops, 12-step support, spiritual development, and life skills. Men and women of all walks of life benefit from group therapy and come to Arise Recovery Centers from Dallas, Fort Worth, Southlake and the surrounding communities to become a part of our group sessions. We invite you to hear some of our patient stories and how group therapy helped them reach new levels as they progressed toward a life of sobriety. 

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At Arise Recovery Centers, our group sessions are led by master’s level therapists. Being able to interact with other individuals who are struggling with some of the same issues can be quite helpful for those in early recovery. Group therapy also helps individuals realize that they are not alone and allows them to share information and experiences with one another, boosting confidence and self-esteem. Overall, sharing experiences and feelings has been proven to reduce stress, guilt, and pain among individuals in group therapy.

There are many benefits in attending a group therapy counseling session at one of our Arise Recovery Centers locations. For one, it allows you the opportunity to listen to other stories and participate in the group setting. It is a good feeling for our patients to know they are safe to share their personal journey in a setting that holds no judgment, bias, or negative responses. Many group members will strike a chord with you on a deeper level and allow you to discuss problems you are facing in your own life. You will also meet new people from the area since patients from all over Dallas, Fort Worth, McKinney, Southlake, Sugar Land, Houston and the surrounding communities come to Arise Recovery Centers for our outstanding group sessions. It is normal to feel a bit of anxiety or to have fear about expressing yourself in front of others, but our patients quickly learn that the warm environment offered at Arise Recovery Centers allows them to embrace the group setting and become comfortable to interact.

Most patients that come to Arise Recovery Centers will meet with a personal therapist or counselor; usually in this process, group therapy may be recommended. Your counselor may feel that connecting with other individuals will help you grow and evolve in therapy, allowing you to break through some fears by being surrounded by others. Group therapy does not take the place of individual counseling, nor is it considered second rate. It is a successful, viable, popular form of treatment that brings individuals together from all over to help address common concerns. Blended with personal therapy and at-home assignments, patients find themselves quickly progressing in a positive direction toward healing.  

We invite you to call our Dallas, Fort Worth, McKinney, Southlake, Sugar Land, West Houston/Energy Corridor, and North Houston/Cypress, TX counseling center to learn more about Arise Recovery Centers and how we can help you find your way towards sobriety. Our group sessions offer an abundance of positive healing and reinforcement and allow you the rare opportunity to share your experience with others like yourself.

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