Group psychotherapy for outpatients with psychosis has proven to be beneficial for the patients and is rewarding for the therapists. It can be applied in different settings and can have different short- and long-term goals. The duration of group psychotherapy, as well as inclusion and exclusion criteria, and therapeutic technique and goals, are all important considerations when planning to work with a group of patients with psychosis. We report on our experiences and findings with intermediate and long-term groups of outpatients suffering from psychosis.