MBT Group is designed to help individuals understand misunderstandings. Cultivating curiosity about one’s own mind and the minds of others is the goal. Think of of it like going to a group exercise class but for your brain.
Individuals struggling with interpersonal and relational issues. No experience with MBT is necessary.
We offer several different MBT groups: A young adult group during the day, a general adult group in the evening, an adolescent group, and a group focused on romantic/interpersonal relationships. See below for descriptions.
Mentalizing Relationships (aka “How to be an emotional ninja”)
This group focuses on the interpersonal difficulties we all have when navigating relationships. Do you find yourself repeating past relationship patterns, confused when dating (why didn’t he/she text?!), or anxious about the state of your relationship? If the answer is yes, then this group may be for you!
Adults who are struggling navigating relationships - committed relationships, dating, interpersonal relationships etc.
Do you find that navigating your family and peer relationships is difficult for you? Do other people seem to have an easier time creating and maintaining relationships with their family members and friends? Maybe you simply cannot move on from an argument with an important person in your life. This group focuses on navigating some of the most important relationships in your life.
Adolescents who are struggling in familial relationships. Having a difficult time adjusting to divorce, separations, new siblings, etc.
This group is for people who identify as LGBTQ+, polyamourous, non-monogamous, or engage in non-traditional relationship structures, BDSM/Kink, and who broad define as engaging in "sex work". The focus will be on issues surrounding being sex positive and allowing for safe discussion of sensitive subjects.
Adults who identify as one or more of the above named sub groups within the sex positive community.
This group is dedicated to those who are struggling with an intentional or unintentional gap year in their education due to a mental health issue such as: anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder etc. The group will focus on creating a social environment to discuss issues around the gap year itself, along with emotions brought on by engaging in education again.
Young adults whom are currently engaged in a "gap year" in their education.