Group therapy is a stimulating, cost effective modality that can be highly effective at improving understanding of self and others, abilities to emotionally communicate, and develop resilient coping skills. By receiving constructive feedback about interpersonally related blind spots, members learn how to address fearful/avoidant behaviors, develop lifelong emotional tools and improve interpersonal relationships. Groups provide multidimensional perspectives to presenting complaints and are a powerful intervention at addressing anxiety, depression, early childhood trauma, loneliness, marital, family, occupational and substance abuse problems. Group therapy may complement individual, couples, family and neurofeedback therapies paralleling the objectives of these modalities. Dr. Leiderman currently has several mature (over 20 years in existence) co-ed groups for medium and high functioning individuals. These groups provide new members with a wealth of experience. Annually, Dr. Leiderman provides day long, two day long marathon groups (over 8 consecutive hours) for his private practice.