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In the field of psychology, the term "cell" typically refers to a small group of individuals who interact with each other in a specific context, such as a therapy group or a self-help group. Cells can be used for a variety of purposes, including providing social support, promoting personal growth and development, and addressing specific psychological issues or concerns.

Cells can be composed of individuals with similar or diverse backgrounds, and they may be led by a trained facilitator or may be self-led. Cells can be structured in different ways, depending on the specific goals and needs of the group. For example, a cell may meet on a regular basis to discuss a specific topic, or it may be more loosely structured, allowing for more open-ended discussions and exploration of issues.

Cells can be a useful tool for individuals seeking support and guidance in addressing psychological issues, as they provide a safe and confidential space for individuals to share their experiences and emotions and receive feedback and support from others. They can also be an effective way for individuals to learn from and support each other as they work to improve their mental and emotional well-being.

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