Are you struggling with interpersonal problems, relationship issues, mental health concerns, academic issues, or general stress associated with getting through grad school? Consider gaining support by joining the Graduate Student Interpersonal Process Group, a psychotherapy group designed just for graduate students. Read on for more information and details on how to sign up.

Tuesday, February 5th, 2019 - 3:15pm

The Graduate Student Interpersonal Process Group is a psychotherapy group designed for graduate students struggling with a variety of concerns including but not limited to interpersonal problems, relationship issues, mental health concerns (anxiety and depression), academic issues, and general stress associated with getting through graduate school. It is open to all interested graduate students. In addition to providing support, the group helps facilitate self-awareness of interpersonal patterns that may be getting in the way of relationships and work obligations.

There are two sections (both held in San Clemente, Arrowhead Village, Room 1108):

  • Wednesdays from 3:15-4:45pm (with Dr. Karen Dias)
  • Thursdays from 3:00-4:30pm (with Dr. Darren Del Castillo)

The groups run throughout the academic year and on a limited basis during the summer. If you are interested in the group, please request a "brief assessment" at CAPS. The brief assessment is a 15-20 minute appointment to hear more generally about any concerns you have and in which you can indicate your interest in one of the Graduate Student Process Groups. From that point, you will receive further information about the process of joining the group.