Category:Individual Counseling MN
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 More
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 More
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 More
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 More
Life can be complicated, and life can be hard. Its complications and difficulties have been instilled in most of us since we were children. And when those complications and difficulties mix with extreme emotions, like anger and frustration, adults tend to respond expediently, meaning we do not often take the time to process our anger efficiently.Read More