Supportive therapy can be accomplished with individual and group therapies. We will occasionally have groups but tend to focus more on the individual. Supportive therapy is less instructive and more about recognizing and addressing patterns that may be contributing to difficulties. By doing so, and being more insightful about issues, triggers, and typical responses, the opportunities arise to be more aware in difficult moments and to access the information that allows us to make different decisions regarding responses. Supportive therapy offers a neutral unbiased approach to addressing problems with compassion, thoughtfulness, and improved insight.