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Discover Connection: Join Our Weekly Interpersonal Process Group

Are you seeking more meaningful connections, better self-awareness, and improved relationships? Consider joining our weekly interpersonal process group at BHIDC. 


  • When: Every Wednesday, 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm
  • Where: Gardner Commons, University of Utah campus
  • Cost: $10 per session, payable in monthly installments through BHIDC
  • Facilitators: Dr. Giselle McIntyre and Dr. Nick Baker
  • Group Size: Limited to 6-8 individuals for an intimate and supportive environment
  • Requirements: Pre-screening with facilitators and consistent attendance encouraged

What to Expect: Our Interpersonal Process Group offers a safe space for participants to delve into various aspects of their lives, focusing on family dynamics, the impact of early experiences on current relationships, coping with changing intimacy levels, and navigating relationship dynamics. The emphasis is on here-and-now exploration, fostering a deeper understanding of oneself and others.

Reasons to Join: People join Interpersonal Process Therapy Groups for a variety of reasons, including:

  1. Improved Relationship Skills: Learn to relate better with others and enhance your interpersonal skills.

  2. Managing Relationship Dissatisfaction: Address feelings of anger, frustration, or dissatisfaction in your relationships.

  3. Building Trust: Overcome difficulties in trusting others and establish more meaningful connections.

  4. Enhancing Communication: Develop the ability to communicate thoughts, feelings, and needs directly and effectively.

  5. Breaking Dependency on Substances: If you find yourself relying on alcohol or drugs to socialize, this group can provide support and alternatives.

  6. Cultivating Healthy Relationships: Work on forging close and meaningful relationships, moving away from shallow connections.

  7. Addressing Control Dynamics: Whether you tend to be controlling or easily controlled, explore and understand these dynamics.

  8. Alleviating Social Anxiety: Learn to navigate social situations with greater ease and confidence.

  9. Overcoming Loneliness: If loneliness is a frequent companion, discover strategies to build a supportive social network.

  10. Improving Self-Esteem: Tackle issues related to self-esteem and develop a more positive self-image.

  11. Gaining Insight into Manipulative Behaviors: Explore and address manipulative tendencies to build healthier relationships.

How to Join: Contact our group facilitators, Dr. Giselle McIntyre and Dr. Nick Baker to schedule a pre-screening appointment. Email; to schedule a pre-screening appointment. Spaces are limited. The group will begin once there are 6-8 group members. 

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Last Updated: 12/5/23