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Mentalization-Based Treatment With a 10-Year-Old Boy

Norka T. Malberg (author) Karin Ensink (author)

ISBN: 9781433828423

Publication Date: Dec 2017

Format: DVD video

Mentalization is an ability that most people naturally develop in late childhood involving the ability to accept that other people's actions derive from inner states and intentions, and the ability to imagine what those inner thoughts and desires might be. In this video, Norka Malberg demonstrates this approach with a 10-year old boy with attention-deficit disorder.
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Mentalization is an ability that most people naturally develop in late childhood involving the ability to accept that other people's actions derive from inner states and intentions, and the ability to imagine what those inner thoughts and desires might be. Similar to the ability to empathize, mentalization is key to regulating emotions and developing relationships.

Mentalization-based treatment for children seeks to help foster this ability and keep clients aged 5–12 on track developmentally.

In this video, Norka Malberg demonstrates this approach with a 10-year old boy with attention-deficit disorder. Dr. Malberg and Karin Ensink discuss highlights from the session and key elements of this therapy.

This video features an actor portraying a client on the basis of a composite of case material.
Pages 0
Dimensions 210 x 140
Date Published 30 Dec 2017
Publisher American Psychological Association
Series Children and Adolescents Video Series
Subject/s Psychotherapy   Child & developmental psychology  
Norka T. Malberg, PsyD, is a certified child psychoanalyst. She trained at the Anna Freud Centre in London and obtained her clinical doctorate from University College London. She is currently in private practice in New Haven, USA, where she is an assistant clinical professor at the Yale Child Study Center.

Karin Ensink, PhD, is a professor of child and adolescent psychology at the Université Laval in Québec, Canada, where she teaches mentalization-based treatment and psychodynamic psychotherapy with children, adolescents, and parents.

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