Adolescent: Mentalization-Based Treatment
This group focuses on the mental processes that occur from various emotional states regarding others and the self. We explore the depressive, anxiety, overwhelming, and other feelings that disrupt our ability to interact with our own and others’ thoughts and feelings. This process allows for the growth in personal identity, family dynamics, school achievement, peer connections, and more. We encourage a flexible yet firm approach to understand our minds through various expressive techniques, both verbal and playful.
New York, NY 10001
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Through our interactions with others, we experience different interpersonal connections, which can be harmful or positive. Varied emotional states can disrupt mental processing and create potential for misinterpreting information. These miscommunications hinder our ability to maintain relationships, foster deeper connections, and limit our identity and growth. We utilize group dynamics to explicitly discuss our emotional and cognitive processes, allowing the group members to take a curious stance to understand encounters flexibly.