Thinking in interpersonal terms rather than intrapsychic processes may not be easy. A further move in this direction seems cardinal in the development of conductors of group therapy. Handling questions of the optimal therapeutic environment for patients encounters great difficulties because of the lamentable scarcity of indications for group therapy. The unsatisfactory situation of indications is also true for individual psychotherapy. This article focuses on some of the most common problems encountered while supervising group therapy, related to the therapist’s difficulty in handling the relations patterns and their influence.