Trained peer leaders deliver the RI method to participants via weekly groups that are held in three formats: in person, by phone, and online. Meetings last from 60 to 90 minutes and follow a structured format. The format includes discussing a reading from one of Dr. Low's books, giving “4-Part Examples,” and offering mutual aid. The “4-Part Example” is a structured process for describing and responding to daily problems. Group members describe an everyday event that upset them, describe their physical reactions and thoughts, share RI tools (short statements participants use to identify a stressful thought or behavior and recognize that they have the power to choose how they will react) that they used to cope with the stressor, and describe how they would have reacted before their RI training. After giving examples, group members describe what they actually did, applaud or endorse themselves for making the effort to change, and receive feedback from their peers via RI tools.