Oh, hell yeah.
I found it very helpful, it taught me to handle issues with more maturity, allowed me to learn how to handle abuse I suffered as a child, taught me to handle conflict better than I used to.
All in all, it was good for me. And, yes, the medications, too. I NEED them. Some people have broken neurotransmitters, I'm one of them. I couldn't function without them. I could blame other people, or blame fate, or just blame bad luck for my fate, but the issues were my neurotransmitters and the way my mind and body handle stress.
My problems aren't all that interesting to anybody else, not to mention my therapists, but I'm glad I saw them when I did. I simply function better. Not perfect, not by a long shot. But just better than I used to.
It was good for me, and if I need it again, I'll be happy to go back.