For children and adolescents, group therapy can also be useful because of the social acceptance that comes from revealing problems to peers can be powerful. The group serves to protect against the isolation and feeling of alienation that depressed adolescents are especially vulnerable to. In addition, teenagers are more likely to accept solutions from peers than from a doctor, whom they see as a distant expert.
- pg. 75, When Someone You Love Is Depressed – Laura Rosen & Xavier Amador, ISBN 978-0-684-83407-8