As psychologists, consultants and educators, we all aim to effect lasting change. Yet we often encounter promising approaches that eventually fizzle out to mere cosmetic change. Superficial changes involve just an escape from this reality. It doesn't work exactly due its denial quality. While enjoying some level of such escape is fine however, authentic changes involve some level of painful adjustments. Well facilitated therapeutic dialogues help us to detect blind spots and recurring behaviors. This is what group psychotherapy is about. We gently appreciate how our past experiences affect our memories, thought and emotions. We support each other to uncover the patterns we detect among one another. The group psychotherapist work is to facilitate such a process.