Interpersonal Process Groups
Interpersonal process groups allow you to examine how you interact with other people by pausing such interactions and studying them in the here and now. You can get useful feedback from your peers and learn new ways of communicating together. Group work makes people feel less lonely and isolated. It helps them feel more connected to others in their day to day lives.
My co-ed group on Tuesdays from 5:15pm to 6:45pm CST currently has openings. I am also in the process of starting a new women’s group. Please contact me here if you would like more information.
The following three links provide an introduction to what an interpersonal process group might look like: Group, a Youtube channel with a mini series on group work; The Shoppenhauer Cure, a book by Irvin Yalom; and Group, How One Therapist and a Circle of Strangers Saved My Life, a book by Christie Tate.
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