Participation in an Interpersonal Process Group is a powerful way to expand self-awareness and improve relational abilities (how we connect, solve problems, respond to hurts, express ourselves, manage distress, etc. with others).

It is a place to give and receive feedback, gain comfort with vulnerability, practice new ways of interacting with others, and explore the complex emotions that come up in relationships with friends, family, romantic partners, work colleagues, etc. It is a safe place to work on the problems that create frustration, isolation, fear, sadness, or anxiety in the real world.

In an interpersonal process group each member is invited to explore and process their reactions and feelings in real time, as they are happening. It is this immediacy – this real time processing – that creates brain and behavioral change that begins to transfer to the rest of life.


An Interpersonal Process group is particularly beneficial when someone has done some individual or couples therapy and has a familiarity with how therapy works, and what they’d like to work on.

My interpersonal process groups are ongoing weekly groups with a mix of male and female participants. All members are asked to make an initial 3-month commitment upon joining one of my groups, though most people stay much longer for maximum benefit.

I have three different mixed gender process groups:

Tuesdays, 12:30-1:45

Wednesdays, 4:15-5:30

Wednesdays, 5:45-7:00

$55 per group

Please contact me with any questions about group and to find out which groups have space for new members.

My Interpersonal Process groups are well-suited for men and women who want to work on any of the following:

  • Identifying, tolerating, or communicating feelings

  • Social anxiety
  • Trouble asking for what you want or need

  • Conflict

  • People pleasing at your own expense

  • Attachment patterns/impulses around connection

  • Feeling unlovable/unworthy

  • Difficulty tolerating vulnerability

  • Identity issues – who am I, what is my value

  • Difficulty showing others your “real” self

  • Loneliness

  • Repeating relationship patterns that lead to frustration, loneliness, conflict, disappointment, etc.

  • Shame