Adolescent and Family Therapist in Park Slope, Brooklyn
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in New York since 2007, Eli Rosenblatt has helped many teenagers and families overcome difficult situations and help them to find direction in their lives. With young adults now facing increasing academic responsibilities and new social pressures, it’s very important that the family comes together, so that we can identify and overcome self-destructive patterns.
As a parent, or a teenager, you may feel that you do not quite know where to turn, possibly feeling alone or worrying about what the future may bring, and this is where Eli can step in. Using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Eli helps families communicate their feelings productively and to heal together. CBT focuses on finding unhealthy and self-destructive patterns of thought and behavior, teaching you how to change those patterns and get back to being a happier version of yourself, whilst making the family environment more respectful, empathetic and peaceful.
Open, caring and confidential healing
The fact is there are many reasons as to why difficulties can occur at home, school or with friends, and that’s exactly why Eli focuses on forming strong bonds with teenagers and families, working with them to overcome any number of issues. So whether you’re a teen having difficulty keeping social and romantic relationships or a parent concerned about your child’s signs of depression or anxiety, Eli will approach your situation in a method specifically designed for your family. His therapy for teens and families is completely confidential and designed to teach you new skills, including listening to others without judgment or expectations.
Every therapy session is unique and depends on the individuals involved, but Eli’s treatment approach encompasses the family as a whole. It’s not enough to find the surface symptoms behind negative thinking, irritability or defiant behavior. Eli searches for the source of the issue to uncover negative thought patterns so they no longer become a habit for both parents and teenagers alike. The goal is not merely to help you talk more as a family or sit nicely around the dinner table, Eli’s sessions are designed to help teenagers develop a healthy self esteem, improve their social skills and build positive relationships with their parents, teachers and friends – ultimately leading to greater success in school and at home!
To learn more about Eli, please click the button below or contact him at (814)-461-6788. Eli offers a free phone consultation to discuss your psychotherapy needs!