Participating in a group makes it clear that CSA is a social phenomenon that affects lots of people--not a disease that you need a doctor to treat in a private consulting room. For me, the main drawback was the open
group, where people dropped in and out from session to session. There was a core of "regulars," but the changing roster kept the atmosphere very close to square one.
[quote=whome]The have a specific focus on CSA. One of the things I was told was they want to get you first into a group situation before they do a one on one with a therapist.
This sounds exactly backwards to me. I think an individual therapist can best determine whether you'd benefit from a group.