Depression can be horrible. It can be relentless. It can be overwhelming. And, most importantly, it can be defeated. Most people who beat depression do not, and can not, do it alone. The work is hard and requires the willingness to be open to new and different perspectives. Depression tends to prevent us from being able to accept new perspectives when we isolate ourselves from…Read Full Post
Though anger is a natural human emotion, it can become a big problem in your life if not managed well. You may have been told by friends, family members, or co-workers that your anger is out of control, and you might have denied the truth of their expressions of concern.Read Full Post
Laurie Grengs has become an integral part of her community by providing counseling and therapy services to clients for nearly four decades. The impact that she has had on countless people’s lives is unmistakable and significant. She works closely with clients who are managing such conditions as depression, substance abuse, anger management issues, and many others. One area of focus that has become increasingly important to a large number of her clients is retirement counseling.Read Full Post
If you live with anxiety, restlessness, and persistent uncertainty, you could benefit from spiritual relaxation. Laurie Grengs can help you achieve it. Laurie Grengs is a licensed psychologist who has helped countless people in her nearly 35 years in practice.Located in Coon Rapids, Minnesota, Laurie is a spiritual and psychological oasis for personal growth, who can help you find unconditional love within yourself and the ability to share that love with others.
What is Spiritual Relaxation?
Spiritual relaxation is a means of living effortlessly.Read Full Post
You may feel like the world around us is in turmoil. The news is rife with stories of wars in other parts of the world and growing unrest in our own country. Many of us have less income, but work longer hours to get that income. There are challenges all around us that cause our stress and anxiety levels to rise. But there are always silver linings.Read Full Post
The pressures on corporate executives are significant, and it is safe to say that they are no less severe than they have been in the past. More and more corporate executives are seeking help from therapists to help them manage the stress associated with the enormous responsibilities of their positions.Read Full Post
Though we have largely moved beyond stigmatizing people who seek therapy, older people—those for whom the term ‘senior’ now applies—may not realize that they too can benefit from seeking therapeutic counseling from someone with the qualifications and experience of Laurie Grengs. As people age they are just as likely to need someone to talk to as their younger counterparts.
In fact, older adults are even more susceptible to depression, anxiety, anger issues, substance abuse, and wrestling with issues pertaining to retirement, loss of family, friends and loved ones.Read Full Post
All couples experience difficulty at one time or another. Laurie Grengs has earned her expertise as a couples’ therapist by understanding the complex nature of relationships and worked with couples as well as individuals for over three decades. Laurie Grengs office is located within the north metro.Read Full Post
Like many things in society, evaluation of mental health concerns are no longer mysterious processes conducted by intimidating doctors in lab coats. Mental health evaluations can take on many forms, but in most cases they involve completing questionnaires or surveys, or having a conversation with a psychologist or psychiatrist. Laurie Grengs is a highly qualified and deeply empathetic psychologist who provides mental health evaluations as part of her longstanding practice.
An important component of Laurie’s work is related to mental health evaluations. She can help you byRead Full Post
If your life, or the life of a loved one, is negatively affected by anger, Laurie Grengs can help. Of all the human emotions, anger is at once one of the most basic and perhaps least understood of emotions. Our society tends to recognize that anger is a normal part of life, but it does not always provide the tools for us to process it in healthy ways. Consequently, our response to it can be distorted and unproductive. If we ourselves are prone to angry outbursts, we may explode without control and cause upset to those around us. If anger is more of an issue for a loved-one, we may learn to avoid conflict with them in all situations. Neither extreme does anyone any favors, and we promise you do not have to live like that.Read Full Post