Group Treatment Law and Legal Definition

Group treatment refers to a form of treatment where a skilled group therapist or therapists meet with a small group of people to discuss themes or issues pertinent to individual members and the group as a whole. It is the coordination and provision of supportive group activities, which include self-help, peer, and social support. Members in group treatment is required to maintain confidentiality and are encouraged to participate in providing constructive feedback, both positive and negative to other group members.