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Slide 1: Advantages Of Mental Health Support Groups In contrast to physical disorders, mental sicknesses are sometimes not recognizable and troublesome to identify. This makes these problems so much harder to understand leading the victims to believe that they are alone in their suffering and that assistance is unavailable. Top these with their very own conviction that there isn't a method to heal them and that the disorder is too embarrassing. These beliefs are true to most mental health patients making it hard for them to look for treatment or comfort, to say the least. In response to altering these views, mental health support groups were created to assist sufferers know that there other individuals experiencing the identical issues that they experience which caused them to search for treatment. These also make them feel that there is hope to their suffering and could motivate them to stick to their treatment. For some, its their groups that provide the support system they lack. What is a Mental Health Support Group? A support group is a gathering of people with a common objective or interest. Translated into mental health, it's a group of people who have similar sufferings and provide moral and emotional support to people like them. Often, these support groups focus and specialize on a specific condition. For example, it's rare to find a depression support group that also covers schizophrenia. This need to specialize is driven by the fact that a psychiatric or mental disorder is a very complicated issue thus requiring a specific direction. Support groups could be used along side formal and professional treatment and are sometimes confused with group psychotherapy sessions. Group therapy is totally different in support group in such a way that the former requires a formal and pedagogical setting. This forms a group of people with comparable problems and subjected under the guidance of qualified mental health professionals. A support group could be formed by anybody who has a need to establish this kind of group or who have a particular interest on the services that could possibly be gathered from this group. It could be a patient of a particular mental disorder, a family member of somebody who has a mental illnessvirtually anybody. More organized support groups, nevertheless, are formed by mental health providers, non- profit organizations or mental clinics. Oftentimes, this type is managed by a facilitator or a moderator who is knowledgeable enough within the subject as to qualify him to manage the group. Members of a support group are usually patients of mental illnesses. Someone affected by unipolar or bipolar disorder is generally found on support groups focusing on these particular disorders or on a broader disorder like that of depression. The most popular format of support groups is through internet which is broader in scope both in audience and sorts of topics. Nevertheless, a customized but very limited type of support group is the
Slide 2: person-to-person format or through telephone. Lack of more personalized support is the common drawback of joining on-line support groups. A mental health support group could augment the professional treatment you receive however the services you get from this group should by no means be treated as a substitute to your medical and psychological treatments. This group could open you up to reality and may even give you new hope, however keep in mind that treatment for a mental illness is not all about will power. what is schizophrenia

   
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