Reflection groups initiate a proposal of group work on a theoretical-clinical task, through reflexive discussion, readings, group dynamic and their own experience. In this manner, the members are going into the depth of the proposed problem and draw the conclusions. These reflection groups require a minimum of three participants and can come together in a presential, direct or indirect virtual way.

In reflection groups, the work is centered on the task and on functioning of the bonds with the material to be worked. This involves analyzing the clinical material in the transfero, counter and intertransferential fields.