Positive Outcomes of Group Therapy: Universality

Clients may enter group therapy with the preconceived idea that they are alone with their problems and that others do not share similar difficulties. While this is true to some extent, the disconfirmation of their uniqueness may be a powerful sense of relief. That is, clients learn that they are universally similar to one another. It is assumed as clients begin to share and learn about each other’s’ similarities, they will become more trusting and open with each other. As group members begin to discuss their lives, commonalities in their life histories, issues and goals emerge. Even dissimilar people find that they hold the human condition in common. Seeing and validating others is powerful for all people involved.

Nothing More – The Alternate Routes 

To be humble, to be kind.

It is the giving of the peace in your mind.

To a stranger, to a friend

To give in such a way that has no end.

We are Love

We are One

We are how we treat each other when the day is done.

We are Peace

We are War

We are how we treat each other and nothing more

To be bold, to be brave.

It is the thinking that the heart can still be saved

And the darkness can come quick

The dangers in the anger and the hanging on to it.

We are Love

We are One

We are how we treat each other when the day is done.

We are Peace

We are War

We are how we treat each other and nothing more

Tell me what it is that you see

A world that’s filled with endless possibilities?

Heroes don’t look like they used to

They look like you do.

We are Love

We are One

We are how we treat each other when the day is done.

We are Peace

We are War

We are how we treat each other and nothing more

We are how we treat each other and nothing more

We are how we treat each other

Songwriters ERIC DONNELLY, TIMOTHY C WARREN

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