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Anxiety or an Anxiety Disorder: What’s the Difference?

It’s very normal to experience feeling anxious in everyday life. Being nervous about a big presentation at work, for example, happens to everyone and by and large is no reason to fret. Nervousness and worry happen naturally, and are different than an anxiety disorder.  Nervousness and worry actually serve a very important function. Like all […]

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6 Ways to Manage Stress at Work

Stress management can be tricky. Many of us don’t realize just how stressed we are until we’re on the verge of burning out. And often, we’re in an environment which easily produces stress, like a workplace. When we’re at work, usually we’re inundated in projects-in-progress, talks of upcoming projects, fears about missed deadlines, worries on […]

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Grief Recovery Center Continues Helping Employees Recover From Workplace Trauma

Grief Recovery Center Continues Helping Employees Recover From Workplace Trauma

  With 2019 halfway over, Grief Recovery Center has increased its efforts in working with more companies seeking on-site counseling services for their employees. Unfortunately, the death of a fellow employee, workplace violence, or traumatic incidents are not all that uncommon these days within a local work environment. Grief Recovery Center has long recognized and […]

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6 Questions to See If Online Therapy Is Right for You

6 Questions to See If Online Therapy Is Right for You

As we discussed in our last post, there are many reasons why folks choose online therapy. Receiving therapy online can be convenient and less anxiety provoking than traditional therapy. It can widen the pool of therapists for you to choose from so you can find a more comfortable fit. Also, it can reduce missed appointments […]

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Five Reasons to Choose Online Therapy

Not everyone can get into an office for counseling services. Whether it’s scheduling conflicts, location, transportation issues, etc. we know that sometimes an in-office counseling session just isn’t always possible for everyone! Sometimes clients don’t feel comfortable talking to a counselor in a face-to-face situation. But they know that counseling could help them manage problems […]

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How To Help Your Child Grieve

How To Help Your Child Grieve

At some point in our lives, we will all be touched by grief. For some, grief comes in childhood. It’s important to remember that loss is not restricted by age. When children grieve, they tend to experience it differently than adults, so it’s vital to understand how children deal with grief. A child’s reaction to […]

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Grief Recovery Center Expands Couples Counseling Houston Services & Treatment

    When Do Couples Need to Think About Relationship Therapy? It’s commonly asked, “when do couples need to think about relationship therapy?” It’s not uncommon for one companion to read into a situation and be dissatisfied, really feel detached or really feel that their demands for affection aren’t being fulfilled or becoming better. Grief […]

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6 Ways to Relieve Stress Right Now Grief Recovery Center Houston

6 Ways to Relieve Stress Right Now

As we said in our last blog post, April is National Stress Awareness Month! This week, we’re talking about the ways that you can immediately lower your stress level when you’re feeling overwhelmed or out of control.   These are good ways to get your stress down to a more manageable level when you’re in […]

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What is Stress (& What Can I Do About It?)

What is Stress (& What Can I Do About It?)

We all deal with stress now & then. Whether it’s from friends, family, relationships, work, whatever it’s from we all go through it. Even though we’re all familiar with it, we don’t always know exactly what it is, where it’s coming from, or what to do about it when it comes around. At its most […]

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