Better Quality of Life
SHEILA GROW, MSW, LICSW
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker
Biography - "I believe in an individualized, strength-based, and compassionate approach; assisting individuals in recognizing barriers and empowering them to live the life they want."
My philosophy embraces an integrative approach that includes cognitive, psychodynamic, and mindfulness to empower people to create the life they envision. I respect that each individual brings a story unique to them, and recognize all behavior has purpose.
I have numerous hours of continuing education, and have trained in the most effective evidence-based therapies including Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior therapy (TF-CBT), (Adolescent focused) Dialectical Behavior group therapy, and have experience providing mental health services in school, outpatient, and partial hospitalization settings.
I use therapeutic modalities that best fit the unique situation of each client. My approach includes Psychodynamic Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused, Motivational Interviewing, Family Therapy, Trauma-Informed, Crisis Counseling, and Grief Counseling.
- Master of Social Work, The College of St. Scholastica - Duluth
- Undergraduate degree in Business Management, The College of St. Scholastica - Duluth
- Board Approved Supervisor Social Workers
- Member of National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
- Member of National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
State of Minnesota Licensure
LICSW Licensure #25682
Areas of Focus
Abuse/Violence, Academic Concerns, Acute Stress, Adolescents/Teens, Alcoholism/Chemical Addiction/Recovery, Anger, Anxiety, Bipolar, Borderline Personality, Children of Alcoholics, Conflict Resolution, Couples, Crisis Intervention, Critical Incident Debriefing, Depression/Mood Disorders, Domestic Abuse, Dysfunctional Families, Eating Disorders, Gambling, Grief/Loss, Incarceration/Re-entry, Men's/Women's Issues, Military/Vets/Deployment, Pornography, Pregnancy/Post-Partum Depression, PTSD/Trauma, Rape/Sexual Abuse/Prostitution, Step Families, Suicide