I believe in the power of love.
I have traveled to many areas of the world. Hawaii is a spiritual and psychological oasis for evolving as a person. I have experienced Hawaii as a door way to great joy. That is why the photo above of the sunrise, that was taken in Hawaii. Love and joy are in Hawaii for the taking and I have brought it back with me to serve you the client with the goal of assisting you to attain love and joy in all of your life.
I help people find unconditional love within themselves and for others. I assist you to use the unconditional love to uplift yourself and others at all times, including times of adversity.
I specialize in couples counseling, marriage therapy, executive coaching, life coaching, depression therapy, and trauma therapy in Coon Rapids and Minneapolis MN.Seven Steps to a Healthy Marriage
As each couple progresses in their life together, often there comes a time when the emotional and/or physical connection becomes strained. One partner may be more pre-occupied with work. Or a partner thinks more of him or herself at the expense of a partner feeling neglected. Also sex may have become infrequent, to little, or no contact, which may alarm one or both partners.
A first suggestion is to remember and remind yourself of the commitment you have made to your self, your partner, and your marriage. Commitment does imply rather directly that when times are tough, we, as a couple, become creative.
7 Steps to a Healthy Marriage
Here are seven steps to take when one or both of you are feeling alienated, scared, or confused about what is happening to your marriage.
Step 1: Act from love, i.e. respond to what is in your marriage now as an opportunity to know your self and your partner in a deeper manner. Such as keep alcohol use to minimum now, spending time getting other peoples advice, i.e. family, may feel supportive yet pick wisely who you listen to.
Step 2: Keep your verbal communication to “I” statements, i.e. I feel, I think, I want.
Step 3: Remember the order of a successful marriage is God, Marriage, Business.
Step 4: Empower yourself as a partner in your marriage by listening totally to your “other half” with no agenda as you are listening.
Step 5: Take time to soothe your self with a behavior that is uplifting so as you approach your marriage when it is strained you feel more refreshed.
Step 6: Share your daily agenda with the other and follow it. If your day changes send off a quick update to your partner and ask what thoughts they have about the change in the lay out of the day.
Step 7: Always put yourself “in the shoes” of the other person, your love of your life, at least this person was at one time, needs to know you get them and are willing to be learn, grow, and be teachable.
I, Laurie Grengs, Psychologist am here if you have any questions. You can contact me via email at email@example.com or via telephone at 763-572-2326.
You the client will be treated with integrity and a focus to what your needs and wants are for Marriage therapy, Couples counseling, Trauma therapy, Depression therapy, Life Coaching, and Executive Coaching.
I specialize in these areas of Psychology and I service clients from Minneapolis, Minnesota and my office is in a suburb of Minneapolis, Coon Rapids, Mn.
I look forward to hearing from you. Please feel free to call or email me. My phone number is 763-572-2326 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I invite you to visit my blog at www.attainingloveandjoy.com. I am also a contributing expert and writer for www.naturalcures.com.
Laurie Grengs, M.A.
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker
Recepient of Phi Beta Kappa Academic Achievement Award
You, the client, are my priority. My psychology practice is here to serve your emotional needs. You can call or email me for an appointment and you will get in to see me within 24 hours.
Couples counseling, marriage counseling, and therapy for trauma/PTSD are expertises' of mine as a psychologist. Psychotherapy for depression and anxiety are areas I will service you well, for I have provided this to you the client for 33 years in Minneapolis and Coon Rapids, Minnesota.
If you want or need a Life Coach or are wanting an Executive Coach, I have the expertise and experience to meet those needs in the manner that manifests your ultimate vision.
You can have all your dreams and/or visions be realized when you work with me, as your psychologist. I will teach you to be "Be As An Eagle".
For the metaphor of the Eagle is a powerful spiritual example. An Eagle "tests" their friends or prospective spouses, before trusting them. An Eagle has vision in that it can see farther than it can look. "The enemy of vision is sight. Sight is the function of the eyes but vision is the function of our heart. Never live by your eyes." Eyes that see are rare.
Whatever your vision is, it can be realized through psychotherapy or coaching with me as your expert guide.
My best to each of you,
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