Definition of T-group in English:

T-group

noun

Psychology
  • A group of people undergoing therapy or training in which they observe and seek to improve their own interpersonal relationships or communication skills.

    • ‘The T-group was a great training innovation which provided the base for what we now know about team building.’
    • ‘This additional step of identifying and challenging the implicit assumptions that predetermine our interpersonal style is what makes T-groups a ‘double-loop’ experience.’

Origin

1950s: T for training.

Pronunciation:

T-group

/ˈtēˌɡro͞op/