Group therapy is a form of therapy where people meet regularly in small groups to discuss and explore their problems with each other and the group leader(s). Groups offer individuals a confidential environment to work on problems and hear different perspectives. Group members gain insight into their own thoughts and behavior and offer support to others. Group therapy can help participants feel less alone with their problems as they navigate through life. It’s a powerful tool for growth and change and an opportunity to receive multiple perspectives, encouragement and feedback in a safe, confidential environment. Group members can deepen self-awareness, enhance relationship skills and experiment with new ideas and ways of being.