The Montfort Group

Counseling for Teens

Plano Counseling for teens

Being a teenager is hard – and being the parent of one can be even more difficult. Counseling for teens and parent education can help.  As parents we want our teens to be confident and happy with themselves, have good social and financial skills, build strong relationships, be responsible with their health, pursue meaningful extracurriculars, be successful in school — and ultimately successful in building their own careers and families.

We have a natural rapport with teens and are able to talk them through the myriad of issues that arise in their world. Through our training and experience, we can help teens take charge of their life, grow their confidence and build the foundation for their best life.

A good percentage of our practice is devoted to helping teenagers cope with their ever-changing world. Our therapists work with issues including body image, social media, self-harm, peer relationships, bullying, college transition and more. Contact us and let’s work together to help your teen maneuver through life’s challenges.

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children's chores
Megha Pulianda, PhD, LPC

Parenting: Children’s Chores

When working with pre-teen and adolescent clients, one of the first questions I ask during the intake session is, “Does your child have chores at home?” Some clients seem perplexed, thinking “what does this have to do with school performance, peer struggles, and behavior issues?”

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Preserving Family Wellness
Erica Thomason, MS

Preserving Family Wellness During A Pandemic

With the rapid emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, it seems like an understatement to say that things feel scary. During this time of uncertainty, while we are all in close quarters with one another as a family, it is of utmost importance that we are aware of the influence we have on our children and their emotional wellness.

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coming up for air
Beth Wise

Coming Up For Air

When I’m stressed and 100% in my head and thinking about all of the things that need to be done and aren’t being done (or aren’t being done to my exacting standards), taking a breath grounds me in my body. Feeling the air flow in and out of my lungs helps me to slow down a second and (maybe) even put some things in perspective.

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