Stress and The Ever-Changing New Normal

The stress of collective grief, uncertain dangers, and ever-changing circumstances can cause not only mental health issues, but physical symptoms as well.

Surviving Isolation with Your Partner

Couples are spending more time together in this time of isolation than ever before. For some, the additional time may be met with delight and lead to stronger connection. However for most, the constant togetherness (mixed with anxiety) may lead to frustration, irritability, or highlight the disconnection between partners.  We would … Read More

Covid-19 Resources

Times feel uncertain. During uncertainty, our actions need to be intentional. Thriving in this season is possible by implementing a few daily, simple self-care strategies. Our team at GROW Counseling has developed some resources designed to help you thrive during this difficult time. These tools will help you stay grounded … Read More

Organize Your Life, Find Your Joy?

Organize Your Life, Find Your Joy

Does It Bring You Joy? Why have we become so obsessed with organization? “Who hasn’t heard about Marie Kondo?” my friend asked. Well, I was embarrassed to say I hadn’t. But after doing a quick Google search and another on YouTube, I began to understand the popularity of this movement. … Read More

Resolving to Not Have a Resolution?

Most of us have made a New Year’s resolution at some time in our lives, only to see it fail by February, or maybe even by January 2nd. Some folks I’ve talked to have resolved to never make a New Year’s resolution again, because, after all, who needs another disappointment? … Read More

Gut, Brain and Emotional Connections

How do you know when you are “stressed out”? Does that seem like a silly question? We usually know because we have some physical sensations that let us know something isn’t right. Whether a sense of being overwhelmed, having a headache, a stomach ache, or worse, we realize we are … Read More