Curative factors in group therapy refer to the commonalities among diverse group therapy approaches proposed by Yalom to be the source of the positive treatment effect. These factors include imparting information, instilling hope , universality , altruism , interpersonal learning , imitative behavior , corrective recapitulation of the primary family , catharsis , and group cohesiveness .

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