Grief Recovery Center is a private outpatient mental health counseling practice located in Houston, Texas. We are a team of licensed therapists in Houston dedicated to providing confidential counseling services and compassionate care. We serve all ages, provide counseling, and offer The Grief Recovery® Program.Read More
This experience afforded me the opportunity to explore my feelings, deal with them so that I could move on.
At Grief Recovery Center, our Houston counselors provide support for all types of grief including, death of a loved one, divorce, break-up, pet loss, miscarriage, chronic illness, and any other significant loss. We understand just how difficult it can be to overcome grief – and work hard to provide solutions that will help you and your family find comfort in your time of need. In addition to grief counseling, we also provide options for those seeking help with anxiety, self-esteem, depression, anger, and more. Below you’ll find additional ways we can help you and your family.
In addition to grief counseling, we provide counseling for:
Let's face it, relationships require hard work. With all of life's stress, many couples think breaking up or divorcing is the best option. However, if the couple is willing to put in the hard work, couples counseling can save the relationship. Couples counseling can be helpful in finding ways to grow and foster the relationship or to come to an agreement to end the relationship in a healthy manner.
Individual therapy, also known as talk therapy, counseling or psychotherapy, is a confidential and therapeutic environment between a therapist and client. This form of therapy is collaborative in nature and focuses on how a client can change and improve their quality of life.
Family therapy or family counseling is a form of therapy designed to help families through issues or concerns that affect the mental health of the family. Family therapy focuses on problems that affect the family unit, instead of on an individual basis.
Grief affects many areas of our lives: emotionally, behaviorally, physically, spiritually, and cognitively. Because grief impacts us on various levels, it’s healthy and important to cope with grief.
Depression affects millions of people and is characterized by a sad and disconnected mood. The individual suffering from depression may not respond to external attempts at being cheered and may continue to progress towards suicidal thoughts.
Many people believe anxiety is just worrying a lot, however, anxiety goes beyond that. An individual experiencing anxiety can be effected cognitively, emotionally and physically. Anxiety is a common mental health challenge that impacts children and adults.
The Grief Recovery® Program is an action-based, 7-week program that allows you to work through your grief on an individual basis. This reputable program, created by John W. James and Russell Friedman, has been used for more than 35 years to help grievers from all over the world.