Peter Montminy, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist & Mindfulness Teacher
If you’re reading this, I know you’re a caring parent who’s dedicated to seeing that your child has the very best chance of succeeding in life.
I want that too. See, I believe that we are all children of a loving God. I believe that all children deserve happy hearts, healthy minds, and healing relationships. And I believe any child can thrive when guided by conscious parents and teachers who appreciate the sacred gift entrusted to them.
And so, I’ve dedicated 20 years of professional service to improving the emotional well-being of children, adolescents, and families. My mission is simple: to help children and adolescents, along with their parents and teachers, live more fulfilling lives – no matter what their personal difficulties or life challenges might be.
I’ll be glad to see if I can help your child. And if not, let’s get you to where you can get the help you need – and your child deserves.
Very Best Wishes,
– Dr. Peter
Problems and Solutions
Dr. Montminy works collaboratively with clients to find positive, practical solutions for childhood problems in these three areas:
- stress and anxiety
- anger management
- defiance and disrespect
- child temperament and parenting styles
- communication and conflict resolution
- strengthening family relationships
- executive brain functions
- attention problems
- planning and organization
- impulse control
- emotional regulation
- developmental transitions (preschool, middle school, college)
- family transitions (adoption, divorce, death)
- building resiliency
Programs and Services
Effective August 1, 2016, Dr. Montminy is now available for private evaluations and consultations at his new practice location – A Mindful Village – 3941 S. Atherton St., Suite C, State College, PA 16801.
You can each him by phone at (814) 954-1544 or email at email@example.com.
Dr. Montminy remains available as a professional speaker for parent and teacher groups.
He continues to develop an array of online resources and classes for parents, teachers, and kids at his new website – www.AMindfulVillage.com.
Please stop by and visit!
To inquire about private consultations or public speaking engagements, call Dr. Montminy at (814) 954-1544.
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org.