Group counseling is a group therapeutic activity to help the counselee identify problems, find alternatives using problem- solving and decision-making, and then act. The existential-humanistic approach in group counseling aims at influencing the counselee to focus on human nature, including the ability to be self-aware, self-determined, and responsible. For clients that need help with self-adjustment, counseling can be combined with the expressive arts techniques of Randai (a folk theatre tradition of the Minangkabau ethinic group in West Sumatra). The application of Randai can be done at the working stage. Using Randai, clients can be trained to be cautious, compact, cooperative, diligent, and optimistic.