I tried to go, but it was so pointless. I think it was cause I was under 18 so I had to go to a general group, but everyone in the group was completely different and I didn't like it at all...I went once...it was such a waste of time. I guess because I've been through all of the motions of therapy since I was a kid, and I know every psychological term in the book, I felt out of place. It was more for people who don't know those things, are a lot more unsure of themselves and need to be told that everything's not their fault, this was caused by a trigger, do this to reduce stress etc. I know all of that stuff but I still have problems. So I don't know. That was just that particular group however. I'd try it again, maybe, and I know it helps a lot of people.
Personally, if i were to go to group therapy (which i'm considering doing with increasing frequency these days), it would HAVE to be a largely SA group. I just think i would be far more comfortable speaking with people that have the same problem i do because they understand why we act like we do.I'm in a group and to be perfectly honest with you, i hate it! I've been going for 10 months now and seen no improvement. My anxiety prevent me from speaking and benefiting from it.
However i should point out that this is not a group for SA, so not everyone there 'gets it'. It's actually for personality disorders. It might be different if it was a group specifically for SA.