I appreciated your message about the client that left therapy with disappointment because there was no excitement . The group experience is is more energy laden for individuals simply because of the group's power, process, here and now activation of the individual's internal defences. My thought was, how does one, as a therapist identify the clients' reasons for termination with out the client's contiued participation in therapy. It raises, for me anyway, what was the person looking for and why was I unable to respond to it in a satisfactory way? In your case you've framed it as the client's problem not a deficit in your approach. I think that a supervision group would be beneficial for most therapists to sort out and discuss these kinds of issues. I am seeking such a group in the Toronto area. Would someone please respond to my search?