It may seem obvious to say that when you are going through a trauma of one kind or another, or have experienced a loss that remains painful and unresolved, it is important to work through it. Most of us understand that trauma and loss require our effort to work through the emotional, physical, mental, and/or psychological toll that trauma and loss take on us. But it is important to note that we do not always have accurate definitions to help us understand the meaning and limitations of phrases like “work through it.” Laurie Grengs, a psychologist and therapist serving those in the Coon Rapids, MN can help you work through and effectively manage the issues you are struggling with.
A qualified professional trained in therapeutic counseling can help you define such terms, and thus help you maximize the effort you must put into working through trauma and loss. Laurie Grengs is one such qualified therapist. For more than three decades, Laurie Grengs has helped clients define the terms to help them reach resolution to various issues. And of all the areas of expertise that she offers clients, responding to trauma and loss may be her area of greatest strength.
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Laurie Grengs possesses not only depth of insight (the result of extensive professional training and decades of practical application of that training), she is known for her warmth, genuineness of manner, and honest desire to help her clients find the solutions that work best for them. But before moving into workable solutions, Laurie Grengs can help you define what terms such as “working through it” means for you. Laurie Grengs will help you understand and overcome limitations that you may be placing on yourself while trying to work through the presenting issues in your life. For example, if your understanding of working through an issue is dominated by negative self-talk, Laurie will gently but firmly point out that you may well be unaware of the impact of that negative self-talk on making actual progress. And once you begin thinking more efficiently, you can begin to more accurately understand how to approach making progress on the feelings that come with trauma and loss.
Seeking the assistance of someone like Laurie Grengs is, in and of itself, an example of strength. And it is a necessary initial step in healing from trauma and loss. Call Laurie at 1-(877) 572-2326 to learn more about her services or to schedule an initial appointment.