Laurie Grengs, a licensed psychologist located in Coon Rapids, Minnesota, serves the people of Blaine, Anoka, Andover, Coon Rapids, Ham Lake, and many other nearby communities in Minnesota. She has been providing counseling and therapy for more than thirty five years and has helped countless people resolve difficult issues with a combination of expert training, natural empathy, and intellectual insight. Combined with a knowledge of how the world works, and what it can do to good people, Laurie is someone you can count on and trust to help you find resolution to whatever issues are having an impact on your life. For many people, the issues that affect them on a long-term basis are familiar to many of us: depression, anger, addiction, marriage, trauma, and substance abuse.
Laurie offers individual counseling and group therapy, and she will work with you to find the best possible approach to help you find resolution to the unique dynamics in your life that are posing difficulty for you. When we hear words like depression, anger, addiction, marital problems, trauma, and substance abuse in the context of counseling or therapy, it makes sense to recognize that there can be significant overlap in your life as to how those things manifest. In other words, if you are experiencing depression, it may be due to marital problems; if you are dealing with the ongoing effects of trauma, you may also be experiencing difficulty because of the dominant presence of anger in your life. Laurie will work with you to find the root of the issues you are struggling with so that you can emerge happier and more fulfilled. She believes in the power of love to heal adversity and painful experiences and will help you find a positive path forward.
Licensed Therapist, Coon Rapids
Laurie is not only extremely well trained, and compassionate, she will be able to help you trace the origins of the issues you are dealing with. And with greater understanding of the origins of the issues, you will be empowered to understand how they are affecting you and, most importantly, how you can address them in a meaningful way. It is far more difficult to make sense of such things on your own. If you find yourself dealing with issues that diminish your quality of life in any way, contact Laurie today. You can reach Laurie by calling either of following phone numbers: 763-572-2326 or 877572-2326; or by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.