Conjoint treatment refers to a treatment that occurs when the client is engaged in more than one mode of treatment. Common examples include individual counseling plus a support group , group counseling, or group Psychotherapy ; individual counseling plus family or couples counseling; and individual or group therapy plus specialized assistance such as stress management training or career counseling.

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