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With offices in Wheaton, Naperville and Geneva, Stenzel Clinical Services provides individual counseling and therapy, family counseling, group counseling, marriage counseling, and Christian Counseling.

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May 02, 2016

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. We want to help remove this stigma and show people that mental health issues are nothing to be ashamed of. In this video, Jennifer Stenzel, a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, discusses this issue and why there should be no stigma surrounding mental health disorders.

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April 28, 2016

Have the Conversation

By Joe Dubowski, MS Associate Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Ever find yourself rehearsing a conversation with someone in your head? Has that conversation ever been with your husband, wife or romantic partner? Have you ever, at a later time, actually had that conversation with them? How did it turn out? Was it anything like ...

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April 19, 2016

Coping With the Loss of a Beloved Pet

There’s no debate. A great pet is a member of the family, and losing a family member is an incredibly difficult and painful thing to work through. The feelings of loss are powerful, but when welcomed and treated appropriately, they can be overcome in time. Here are some things we’ve learned about pet bereavement over the years. Gri...

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April 11, 2016

What I Do When My Kids Say, “OUCH!”

By: Susan Stutzman, MA Licensed Professional Counselor Recently, I watched my children play when one of my daughters tumbled a bit. As I went to check on her, I saw she was physically fine but momentarily a bit jostled. As I like to do, I began to help my daughter act out what happened and offer to kiss it, letting her know that I saw ...

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April 04, 2016

How To Handle Conflict With Your Spouse (In Front Of The Kids)

By: Grant Stenzel MS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor “My parents never fought.” If you and I had a nickel for every time we’ve heard that, we could put our funds together and go on a Costco shopping spree. Dibs on the peanut butter pretzels. To anyone who’s ever said “My parents never fought,” I say to you, ...

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