Group therapy is a powerful way of working on problems we may face as individuals. In group, people learn to catch themselves making the same old mistakes, try out new approaches to problems, get support from other members, and get challenged in a variety of ways. A group has one or two leaders who may facilitate interactions in the group, challenge members to look at these interactions in a different way, and offer feedback and support. Group members are actively involved, and are expected to share their feelings and impressions to the extent to which they are comfortable. The information discussed in group is confidential and group members agree to make a commitment to that confidentiality before participating in the groups.