This chapter will illuminate the power of co-leadership utilizing dramatization as a therapeutic intervention with a group of severely traumatized survivors of domestic violence. As co-leaders of groups with survivors of domestic violence, the authors take the reader through examples of how two facilitators provide optimal containment for clients engaged in therapeutic dramatization as an intervention for healing traumatic experience. Included is the work with two groups of women: one, a group of women from South Asia, Central America, and the US, and the other a group primarily composed of women from Mexico, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic. Examples from these groups illustrate a process by which dramatizations are inspired and structured in response to personal narratives or themes that emerge from collective stories of group members. In a parallel process, the co-leaders move through their own relationship of supervisor/supervisee to colleague/colleague as they developed their attunement over the years.