Interpersonal Process Group: Improve Your Relationships
This is an ongoing group aimed at learning to notice, understand and articulate thoughts and feelings about ourselves and others. Through participation in the group, members come to understand patterns that affect their relationships outside of the group. Group provides an opportunity to try out new roles and behaviors, while connecting with others, building inner resilience and developing tools for more satisfying relationships.
This group will focus on noticing and understanding patterns in the way that we relate with others and how these patterns impact our relationships outside of the group. Group will help you to develop and refine the ability to understand, and articulate thoughts and feelings about ourselves and others. Insight from interactions with group members can give new information and a clearer understanding of what goes on in our relationships outside of the group, as well as an opportunity to try out new behaviors in a safe, therapeutic environment. The group will emphasize interpersonal skills, fostering resilience, better relationships, and improved self-esteem.
This group would be a good fit for you if:
You often feel frustrated, dissatisfied, or angry in your relationships
You struggle to communicate thoughts, feelings, and needs directly
You feel isolated and lonely
You would like to develop tools for improving your relationships, while connecting with others
Fee: $50 per week
Start Date: Group began in January, but is currently seeking new members
Time: Thursdays, 10:15am to 11:45am
Where: 302 5th Ave, Suite 807
An initial intake will be required for potential group members.