Group Therapy is form of psychotherapy that uses a group dynamic to address specific issues that each member shares. The groups are designed to provide support and treatment to people with various mental health needs. Participants in a therapy group take turns talking about their struggles, feelings, experiences, and goals. Therapy groups may be tailored to a specific recovery topic, such as how to recognize and avoid triggers, or they may be general, such as how to handle difficult family, peer, work, or other interpersonal relationships. Group therapy focuses on such issues as depression, anxiety, and loss and trauma. When coupled with individual therapy, group therapy can be very beneficical.