At the intersection of loss and depression is grief. And when we find ourselves at that intersection, we are often confused as to which way to go and paralyzed by the fear that our response to grief will not only be the wrong one, but also permanent. When we experience grief, we tend to lose a measure of our ability to maintain a healthy perspective, which is why grief can feel permanent. And the prospect of permanent pain is daunting at best, and overwhelming at worst. Fortunately, however, there is help and support for those who are grieving. Laurie is a consummate professional who not only cares about the people for whom she serves as therapist, but expresses her compassion through decades of training and deep knowledge of her field.
Experienced Grief Therapist
Grief is our emotional response to loss and it is normal. What comes to mind first for most people is the loss of a loved one. But grief can manifest for many, many reasons. We grieve when a beloved pet passes away. We grieve when our children leave home. We grieve when we lose a job or develop an illness that threatens our long-term health and well-being. Depression can be said to be a prolonged form of grief for causes known and unknown. Grief is not abnormal. But it can become dominant in your life beyond the point where it helps you express love after the death of a beloved person, and it is then that you should consider getting help for the grief that you cannot shake.
Move Forward After a Loss
The experience Laurie Grengs brings to the counseling experience will be of great help to you as you work to get yourself out of the grief experience. When you work with Laurie Grengs, you will be able to approach your grief with strategies that will work for you so that you can find a way forward in a healthy way. There are no magic potions to getting over grief, but there are ways to address it that can help you make progress. And Laurie Grengs is the kind of therapist who can help you make the progress you need to make. You can contact Laurie by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 1-877-572-2326 or 763-572-2326.