Treatments - Individual & Group Therapy

There’s something for everyone.


Drug abuse therapy is an important step in the recovery process. It is designed to provide you with the tools you need to move forward into sobriety. Though there are also many other types of therapy available, two of the most common sessions are individual and group. Depending on your treatment plan, you can either attend one or both throughout the recovery process. We can help you determine which type of session is best for you based on your needs and addictions.

Individual therapy.


During individual therapy sessions, you are provided with personalized, one-on-one care with a therapist. This therapist will play a crucial role in your recovery process by providing you with the courage, support, and motivation you need to push forward. Your conversations will focus mainly on your past and mental health. Some pros and cons of individual therapy are:

Pros of individual therapy

Cons of individual therapy

  • It provides an increased sense of privacy.
  • You can work at your own pace.
  • It is individualized and directly supports your unique needs and issues.
  • You can choose your therapist.
  • You can decide how often you meet.
  • It doesn't allow you to learn from others who are also suffering.
  • You must be self-motivated.
  • It won’t encourage you to interact with others.
  • You may feel alone in your fight.
  • There is only one person to hold you accountable, not several.
Fields marked with * are required

Group therapy.


Group therapy involves meeting with a therapist and others who are struggling with addiction as well. The group is able to openly and honestly discuss their issues and concerns to one another without judgement while the therapist facilitates. Many people who are struggling with drug or alcohol addiction feel alone, and group counseling strives to provide them with the support they need. Some pros and cons of group therapy are:

Pros of group therapy

  • It provides interaction with others who are dealing with the same issues.

  • It incites progress through the observation of others achieving success.

  • It abates common issues like depression, isolation, and shame.

  • You can practice new behaviors in a safe environment.

  • It improves social and communication skills in a group environment.

Cons of group therapy


        • Confidentiality can’t be completely protected.


        • Some people may be uncomfortable speaking in a group.


        • The flow of conversation depends on its participants.


        • It has a set schedule with sessions you are required to attend.


      • You’re not able to choose your therapist.

We are a group of dedicated professionals whose only goal is to help you.We are a vast knowledge base of information on addiction, recovery, and relapse and the devastating ripple effect it can have on your world.

  • 18881 von karmen Irvine
    California, United states.
  • Call Us Now

    (888) 477-5453

  • Send Mail Us

Latest Blogs

By:  AG's Mom aka Aaron's Mom (NYC unspoken Poet) I lost Aaron April 2010 to an accidental overdose. My 33 year old addict daughter cam...
Faith will get me thru it...In the end, that's all I have.  My faith will help me sustain all my challenges.  When fear, anxiety try to surf...
© 2017 SOBER Services. All Rights Reserved. Powered By A2G