November 28, 2023

Joshua Rosenthal, PsyD | Founder & CEO of Manhattan Psychology Group | Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychologist | PCIT Therapist

"If the model of one-to-one therapy is not gonna work anymore, what we do is we try to think about the continuum of care".
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"If you think about all of the groups that got crunched during Covid - teens got the worst. What makes teenage years special - it’s all about friends, it’s all about figuring out where you are in the larger social context of the world, you realize that your family is one unit but there are lots of other units out there and where do you belong? So teens have this internal need, biological push to leave the nest and go find a social group plus they have their sexuality coming in". ⁠ Dr. Rosenthal is the founder of Big Apple Day Program, a social skills summer treatment camp in Manhattan that helped over 400 children with social and emotional difficulties from 2011-2019 have a fun and therapeutic summer experience. He is also the founder of the Electronic Daily Report Card (eDRC), a online behavioral progress monitoring tool that was used by thousands of students across the country from 2016-2020. Finally, he has served as an Adjunct Clinical Supervisor for doctoral students in the CBT Child Program at Ferkauf Graduate School, Yeshiva University, and as a Voluntary Faculty Clinical Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Most recently, Dr. Rosenthal has shifted his focus from treating patients to primarily focusing on leadership, growth and company culture. He is dedicated to hiring the best professionals, creating innovative ways of helping more children and families and executing the company mission, vision and core values.⁠
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