Who We Are
GROW Counseling is a group of professionals dedicated to helping clients of all ages find balance, growth, and health. Individuals, couples, families, and groups are seen at four locations throughout the city for concerns such as grief, depression, anxiety, relationships, addictions, eating disorders, stress management, parenting, and career transition.
While problems are universal, a one size fits all approach is often
not helpful in the process of healing and development.
We start with an assessment.
An assessment helps to identify the problem, as well as the client’s strengths.
A plan is developed.
A plan guides us in targeting the specific and individual needs of the client.
We provide a safe space to help you grow.
Clients remark they feel that GROW is a “safe space,” a “comfort zone,” and a “much anticipated part of their week.”
We believe that in a perfect world, our close relationships would provide us the direction that we need to make important decisions, and to see personal growth and development. However, we live in an imperfect world. Most of us have probably felt relief after talking with a friend or family member about something that has been troubling us. Counseling works in a similar way. As we talk with someone who has an objective point of view, our perspective on the problem often begins to change. We become more resilient and develop better coping resources. A sense of strength emerges or returns. In circumstances that have previously felt empty and hopeless, we begin to find meaning and joy.
Nine out of ten Americans say psychotherapy helped them. APA, How to Find Help Through Psychotherapy, 1998
Resilience involves behaviors, thoughts, and actions that can be learned by anyone.APA, The Road to Resilience, 2002
91% of Americans are likely to consult or recommend that a family member consult with a mental health professional. APA Survey 2004
Two thirds of Americans say they are likely to seek help for stress. APA Survey 2004
Let us help you reach your full potential.
Become more resilient, learn to develop better coping skills and begin to find meaning and joy.