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Inpatient group psychotherapy is a form of group therapy adapted to the particular needs of dealing with people admitted into psychiatric hospitals and psychiatric units.
Variations in group therapy technique may be required because of :
- The severity of the cognitive, emotional and behavioral status of those admitted.
- The need to adapt to a continual passage of people through these facilities
- Issues around treatment compliance, agreement to treatment etc
- The short length of inpatient stays in many systems