Dr. Muir’s work is novel in a number of ways. Not only is he one of the 5 official supervisors in North America for Mentalization-Based Treatment (MBT) for adults, but he has additional training in using MBT strategies with adolescents, families, and even teams and systems, and is co-editor of the Springer book "Adolescent Suicide and Self Injury: a Mentalization-Based Treatment Approach.” As Chief Innovation Officer, Dr. Muir has secured Brooklyn Minds' position as the only site in America offering full, on-model MBT services for adolescents in an outpatient setting. He is proud to have made Brooklyn Minds one of the largest outpatient MBT practices for adults, children, and families in the country.
Currently, Dr. Muir is also working on two podcasts: Remotely Possible, which looks at anxiety and despair through a mental health lens, and Pandemic Check-In, which takes a look at mental health during COVID-19. When not working with clients or on his podcasts, Dr. Muir enjoys revisiting his former career as a recording engineer at Sony Music Studios. He can be found playing guitar, writing original music, and recording any sound he can find that might be useful.