It’s cheaper and in many cases more effective. And now that penny-pinching is cool, more and more people are trying group therapy in favor of individual sessions.

Group therapy has traditionally been more popular in institutional settings. It represents just 10 percent of the market outside of those facilities.

However, people who’ve tried it say group therapy has helped them tackle their problems in a more realistic environment. Plus, sessions usually last twice as long as individuals sessions, but cost half as much, reports The Wall Street Journal. To read more click here.

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