Scene therapy, the object of study of this book, aims to adapt different and already established psychotherapeutic elements to specific demands for psychological care. It is therefore not, strictly speaking, a new psychotherapy, but rather a particular way of using certain psychotherapeutic techniques. Bearing in mind that the field of psychotherapy is already sufficiently complex and diverse, it could be argued that introducing a new term to name our experience is gratuitous given the risk that it carries of increasing the already profuse field of psychotherapies. Therefore, it is important to emphasise that, in general, we are referring to a psychoanalytically oriented mode of group psychotherapy. However, we will clearly define the characteristics that are specific to scene therapy and that differentiate it from other similar psychotherapies. We will do this using a theoretical, technical and methodological formulation and by providing examples of different aspects of the work that we have carried out over several years with clinical vignettes of groups.