Group therapy is a form of psychological treatment that helps people improve their ability to cope with difficulties and problems in their lives. While in individual therapy a patient meets with only the doctor, in group therapy a small select group of patients meet with the doctor who focuses on coping, improving, or resolving interpersonal problems that arise from medical illness or injury.

Extensive research has shown group therapy to be highly effective in helping individuals by recognizing shared experiences, learning new information, and understanding how past experiences impact personality. At Neuropsychology Associates group therapy is available for the treatment of depression, coping with cancer, and neurological illnesses such as memory difficulties, trauma, multiple sclerosis, stroke, etc.