Working in group therapy influenced my perspective on pathology. Not too many years after I started to work, I remember sharing with colleagues my feeling that classical individual psychopathology was often not enough to really understand disorders displayed in different situations. Much later, as director of the Technion (Israel’s Technical University) Consulting Centre, where every year hundreds of new patients had to be referred to different therapeutic settings, it became clear that psychotherapy lacks a reasonable system of indications. Our indication system is based on sympathy, feelings and hope that the dyadic setting of individual therapy can contain and elaborate almost every problem. There are no clear guidelines about who may be better treated through couple therapy or in a group. My answer to part of this problem was to define Relations Pathology, which is also connected to a setting context.