Interpersonal Process Groups

Interpersonal process groups aim to support students with any social or interpersonal concern (e.g., challenges making or keeping friends, difficulty trusting others and being vulnerable, family conflict). These groups involve reflecting on communication and relationship patterns, providing and receiving feedback, and practicing different ways of relating in the group space. These groups require a group screening and consistent attendance is encouraged.
  • Understanding Self & Others
    This therapy group is for undergraduate and graduate students who would like to better understand their communication and interaction styles and receive feedback about their interpersonal style and interactions with others.
    Discussion topics include family dynamics, how early experiences impact current relationships, coping with changing levels of intimacy, initiating conversations and relationship dynamics, with an emphasis on here-and-now exploration. 
    Tuesdays 10–11:30 a.m.
    Status: In person
    Facilitators: Ciera Lewis, PhD & Zari Carpenter, MA

    Wednesdays 3–4:30 p.m.
    Status: In person

    Groups Begin May 15

    *Pre-screening is required to join. Please schedule a phone consultation at and state your interest in this group during the appointment. You are welcome to join after the group has started.