Group and milieu psychotherapy, Biology

Group Psychotherapy: 

Definition 

Group psychotherapy  is a treatment of psychological problem in which two or more patients interact in the present of a psychotherapist. 

Objectives of Group Therapy 

To help the patient to: 

  • communicate with each other to improve in socialization. 
  • discipline herselfhimself by abiding the rules of group therapy. 
  • know reality about his disease. 
  • use appropriate behaviour. 
  • identify his problems and seek solution from the group. 
  • enhance his self concept by going through the positive reinforcement from the group for his appropriate behaviour, and  
  • help others to identify their problems and provide solution.  

Milieu Therapy:

Milieu is a French word meaning "Middle place". In English language, milieu means "Environment" or "Setting". Therapeutic milieu is a 24 hours environment designed to provide a secure retreat for individuals whose capabilities for coping with  reaiity have deteriorated. The therapeutic milieu gives them opportunities to acquire adaptive coping skills. It is the multidisciplinary therapeutic approach used on  inpatient psychiatric wards.

The term milieu therapy reflects the  idea of  all activities in a ward and are oriented towards increasing a patient's  ability  to cope in  the ward and relate appropriately to others. Milieu therapy generally involves groups and may include art therapy, occupational therapy, activities of daily living, community meeting, group passes and social events.  

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