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As an expert on teen issues, Roy’s course takes you through every issue that parents of teens are faced with from communication, to major life changes, usual and unusual teen behavior and much more. A MUST for those desperate for a solution now.
Roy’s award-winning books span from many areas of life, from spirituality, marriage, and his area of expertise, teen issues.
For those who are looking for advice, a results-based plan, and ongoing guidance through their specific issues with their teens. Roy will work with you one-on-one with his coaching plans.
Engage with Roy live from the comfort of your own home as he addresses important issues. At the end of each live webinar, Roy opens up the floor to questions from the viewers.

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Licensed Counselor

Roy Petitfils is an internationally recognized expert in understanding and raising teenagers. He is a therapist at Pax Renewal Center in Lafayette, Louisiana. He holds a Masters in Mental Health and School Counseling from the University of Louisiana, Lafayette.

Award Winning Author

He has authored, What Teens Want You to Know (But Won't Tell You), A Practical Guide to High School Campus Ministry (St. Mary’s Press, 2007), What I Wish Someone Had Told Me About the First Five Years of Marriage (St. Anthony Messenger Press, 2010) and God Wears Running Shoes: Spiritual Reflections for Those Ministering to Young People (2009).

Speaker

Roy is an internationally sought after speaker who uses humor, passion, clinical and life experience to help adults connect with teens and teens to know, understand and love themselves.

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Award-winning Author

Roy has published four books, including his most recent What Teens Want You to Know (But Don’t Tell You).

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Roy Petitfils Books God Wears Running Shoes, What Teens Want You to Know (But Won't Tell You), and What I Wish Someone Had Told Me About the First Five Years of Marriage

Recent Posts

Check out Roy's most recent blogs and videos!

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    3 Consequences of Neglecting Communicating With Teenagers

    February 03,2016 / Blog / 0 Comments

    Adolescence is a period of drastic change that occurs as young teens grow into adults. Part of...

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    What to Say and Do When Teens Don't Believe in God

    January 05,2016 / Blog parenting / 0 Comments

    When teens say: “I’m an atheist” “I don’t believe in God.” “I’m...

    Questions Every Parent Should Ask

    Questions Every Parent Should Ask

    December 29,2015 / parenting / 0 Comments

    There are two parallel tracks of parenting. The Experiential Track: our experience of raising...

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    Methods for Discerning Anxiety and Depression in Teens

    December 16,2015 / parenting / 0 Comments

    Whether it is due to increased pressures throughout teenage years or an open dialogue becoming more...

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    Who is Roy Petitfils?

    Roy Petitfils is a Licensed counselor at Pax Renewal Center in Lafayette, LA. Roy studied ministry and spirituality at The Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas and holds a Masters in Mental Health Counseling from University of Louisiana. Roy has worked with youth and young adults for more than 20 years as minister, a teacher, school administrator, school counselor and now as a counselor in private practice. He specializes in counseling teens and young adults. Roy regularly consults with churches, publishers and organizations helping them more effectively reach and minister to youth and young adults.

    Roy has published four books, including his most recent What Teens Want You to Know (But Don’t Tell You). Roy’s blue collar roots, natural humor, contagious enthusiasm and diverse personal and professional background have made him an internationally sought after presenter and trainer. Roy lives with his wife Mindi of 13 years and their two sons Max and Benjamin in Youngsville, Louisiana.