Group therapy is a powerful and highly effective method of addressing interpersonal issues. Problems that are well-suited to group therapy include: patterns of relationship dysfunction, social skills and communication enhancement, and issues related to intimacy and trust. When people enter group therapy and interact freely with other group members, they often recreate the difficulties that brought them to therapy in the first place. While interpersonal issues are often initially addressed during individual therapy, group therapy offers multiple relationships to assist the individual in further growth and problem solving.