Posts Tagged: Physical Abuse

Domestic Abuse Therapist

Domestic Abuse TherapistIf you are experiencing domestic abuse, please seek help – and, when you are ready to seek help, there is no better therapist to work with than Laurie Grengs.  Laurie Grengs is a licensed psychologist who has been helping people in the Coon Rapids, MN area for more than thirty-three years.  In that time, Laurie Grengs has provided therapy for many

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Abusive Relationship Therapist

Abusive Relationship TherapistThe National Domestic Violence Hotline reports that on average 24 people each minute are raped, are victims of physical violence or are stalked by an intimate partner in our country. And, nearly 50% of men and women have experienced psychological aggressiveness by an intimate partner. Individuals do not plan to get into abusive relationships

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Psychologist

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.

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Abusive Relationship Help Coon Rapids

Abusive Relationship Help MNAre you currently in an abusive relationship that has gotten out of control? Intimate partner violence (IPV) is an issue in the United States that does not seem to be slowing down. In fact, research has shown that 20 people were affected by IPV every minute in 2014.

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Domestic Violence

Help with Relationship ViolenceAs Domestic Violence Awareness Month comes to a close, The International Center for the Attainment of Love and Joy would like to focus on ways that our own community can build awareness, identify abusive behaviors, and take action to prevent friends and family from being harmed by domestic violence.

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