The present paper focuses on the theme of ritual in adolescence. Firstly, the function of ritual in adolescence and related pubertal transformation are discussed. The crisis of rituals in post-modern societies is mentioned and possible subsequent outcomes of that, in terms of youngsters’ developmental path, discussed. Particular attention is given to possible ritual-like functions offered by cyberspace and videogames. Specifically, an attempt is made to distinguish those phenomena that serve as a ritual the youth’s development from those frankly solipsistic and sand stemming form narcissistic fragilities. Clinical vignettes are presented in order to support discussion and, finally, a psychodynamically-oriented, technology-mediated, group intervention is described.