Group therapy at SLT UK

Our speech and language therapists can provide group therapy for individuals with speech, language and communication difficulties. Our speech and language therapists can also provide group programmes for parents and carers regarding an individual’s speech, language and communication needs.

Group treatment involves a group of patients or a group of parents or carers. Group treatment will often involve individuals with similar speech, language or communication needs however this will vary depending on the purpose of the group. Groups vary from smaller more intense groups to larger groups. Larger groups may often be run by two speech and language therapists.

What are the benefits of group treatment?

There are many benefits of group treatment and this can advantage both the individual and also their parents or carers. Participants can practise skills learnt in one to one therapy in the group environment. Group therapy may increase self-esteem and confidence of the individual as their ability to communicate with others increases.

Group therapy provides a chance for individuals and their parents or carers to share their communication experiences with others and provides a support network for everyone involved. There are many different types of group treatment available at SLT UK for adults of all ages, carers and parents.

Social skills groups

Our speech and language therapists offer social skills groups for adults of all abilities. Social skills groups help to support patients with social communication difficulties and help to increase their use of social communication and confidence.

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Stroke rehabilitation groups

Our speech and language therapists offer groups for people who are recovering from a stroke or their carers and parents. These groups can provide a support network for patients and can offer some useful communication strategies.

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Stuttering and fluency groups

Stuttering and fluency groups can be offered to those who stammer in order to provide them with social opportunities, increase their fluency and self-esteem. Our stuttering and fluency groups are run by a specialist speech and language therapist.

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All our therapists are members of Giving Voice.

Our therapists are members of the Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists.

All our therapists are registered with The Health and Care Professions Council.

All our therapists have DBS clearance

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