A place where teenagers  & parents are respected & valued!

Whether you’re a parent or a teen, thanks for visiting!

How cool would it be to feel trusted and competent? To feel relief from the confusion, uncertainty, loneliness, and boredom you experience? To be part of a community that wants your creativity, courage, and energy…and be around people who want to help you thrive?

Talk is easy. Action is hard. Motivation is hard to find, yet you want the payoffs. In the Play Huge community we are masters of making the sloppy and difficult parts of the teen years and parenting teens important, because that’s the home of learning and discovery.

You know trouble and struggle. You know frustration and disappointment. What can be done with those opportunities? Our hope is to help teens get into and/or navigate the Right Trouble and the parents to learn to survive and appreciate it.

Parenting isn’t meant to be done alone or without guidance. Being a teen isn’t meant to be done alone or without guidance. Both times of life are really hard and confusing. Having someone to reassure you and help you make sense of the journey can be really helpful. Then you’re able to focus your energy not on wondering whether you’re in the right game, but rather on making the kind of lasting connection that is beneficial and appreciated by everyone.

If you’re ready for some relief, join the Play Huge Community now by signing up for the newsletter on the right sidebar.

Morgan Rich

Finding your path

I promise you can feel clear and confident in your parenting and in your teens direction!

Hi, I am Morgan Rich, founder of Play Huge Coaching. Since 1993, I’ve helped thousands of teenagers and parents build the skills and confidence necessary to find and share their gifts with the world. My commitment to you is to help you be the parent you want to be and to help your teenager grow their confidence and sense of self that they’re going to need to find a meaningful life our there in that crazy world. If you’re ready to find out what it takes, check out How It Works. Or maybe you’re still wondering If this is for you?

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Coaching

Powerful one-on-one exploration, guidance, and support for teenagers and parents. It’s anti-therapy for those ready to discover what’s possible for you.

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Group Activities

Experience inspiration and insights with a group of people commited to taking on their life together. Great for non-traditional learners who love and care about people.

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Speaking

Morgan’s honesty, intensity, and playfulness are available for any group of teenagers, parents, or adults who are ready to take on their life.

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What They’re Saying

  • Alexia, mom of an ADD middle schooler

    "Wow Morgan, your listening is outstanding. My husband and I are impressed by the presence you have on calls and your ability to understand our kid. Thank you for the work you're doing with him."

  • Ruth H. – Newsletter subscriber

    "Thank you so much for the work you do. It is deeply meaningful to me. It blesses me and enriches my life to know that you are helping these young men learn that there are different ways of moving about life. You help them to explore and find options in the midst of a seemingly certain lack of options."

  • Jennifer, HS junior

    "Morgan, You help me stay motivated, inspired, and open-minded to the new challenges I am going to face, even though they won't be easy. I'm going to stay positive."

  • Joe Ruggiero, PHD

    "In our ongoing search to finding deep meaning and purpose in our lives, Morgan encourages us to act - to move forward with courage and dignity, with confidence and respect - in short, to 'Play Huge!'"

  • Monica, parent of HS senior

    "I'm impressed with what I saw happening in our kid, just what she needed to get her talents out and show more of her great personality. It's kind of a liberating experience, to be able to be herself and not be afraid of other's approval. She still has a lot to learn but slowly she will find the way!"

  • Daniel, HS graduate

    "He is really fun and inspiring to hang out with."