Glenn Wolff of Wolff Psychotherapy has announced the formation of a brand new support group for parents of teenagers.
Rarely does a teen have a serious problem that doesn’t soon have a strong impact on the parent as well. You not only have to manage your teen and the consequences of their poor behavior, but are also challenged to find solutions to try to turn the situation around. Dealing with a difficult teen may be the most stressful time being a parent. Some parents may over or under react to his/her teen’s problems and may then fear that it is his/her fault that the teen is acting out in destructive ways. A parent support group gives feedback about how you may respond better to your teen and helps you to normalize your feelings of anger, guilt, and sadness. You may find solace from other parents who are going through the same trials and tribulations.
Glenn Wolff stated recently: “There a number of reasons to consider joining a parent support group including, being with other parents who understand what you’re going through; gaining a sense of hope from parents whose teens are making progress; getting assistance in brainstorming ideas for how to respond to a difficult teen; learning tools for improved communication and parenting skills; laugh with other parents about the silly things teens do.”
Glenn Wolff is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over a decade of experience providing psychotherapy and counseling to children, adolescents, and adults. Glenn has expertise treating adolescents and their families in individual and group therapy.
Glenn Wolff, LCSW can be reached at (203) 249-3313 for additional information. His office is conveniently located at 666 Glenbrook Road in Stamford, CT. Visit his website at www.WolffPsychotherapy.com