In our latest podcast episode, Dr. Dickinson chats with Peachtree City GROW therapist Ann Sheerin about how we can recognize trauma responses. They also offer very practical tips for supporting trauma survivors in our lives!
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
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. We developed this survival guide designed to help you engage in self-care during this difficult time. This tool will guide you to focus on elements … Read More
Dr. Dickinson shares some helpful information about being OK in times of stress. With the Covid-19 pandemic affecting all of our lives, it’s important to understand what stress is, how to assess your stress, and how to cope well. Click here to check out 10 short videos we have created … Read More
*In the aftermath of the impact of Hurricane Harvey, we are going to repost a series on dealing with crisis and trauma. How should I help myself and my family in a time of crisis? There are a number of steps you can take to help restore emotional well being … Read More
When the idea of divorce becomes an unwelcome reality, there are a lot of emotions that drive decision making. Even if you’ve determined to be as gracious and collaborative as possible, guilt, fear, shame, anger, hurt, and pain all make pretty quick appearances. Sometimes people are really caught off guard … Read More
Recently, GROW Counseling and Dr. Wendy Dickinson partnered with Divorce 911 to create a few short videos addressing common themes in divorce. In this video, they discuss the topic of your inner “bad ass” and how important it is to find the help you need to educate and find courage when … Read More
Want to remember more? Then don’t forget your olives! A recent study by researchers at the University of Miami and Columbia University showed that a Mediterranean-style diet, which emphasizes healthy fats, fruits, and vegetables, might protect against blood-vessel damage in the brain, reducing the risk of stroke and memory loss. The scientists … Read More