I have been leading psychotherapy groups for 40 years. Group is an extremely powerful and effective mode of therapy for working on relationship problems. The type of group therapy I offer is very different from the support group most people imagine when they hear of group therapy. In group, we don't just talk about relationships, we work on them live. Feedback in group is like a surround-sound system where you hear not only the therapist's feedback but also those of the other group members. A patient's relationship issues have a way of showing up in group interaction helping the patient to become aware of how their issues arise and how they affect other people. I work directly with patients as they interact with other members to identify ineffective relationship patterns and teach effective relationship skills. Patients will make faster progress when they are in group.