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

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April 2, 2014

Managing the Emotional Impact of Chronic Pain

Those who suffer from chronic pain know the toll that it takes on our mental, emotional and spiritual beings. It’s exhausting. It drains our patience within our relationships and with life in general. It’s depressing and often times creates anxiety. We wonder: Will life always be like this?… Read the rest →
April 1, 2014

What to Expect From Your First Session

Are you a little nervous heading into your first counseling session? That’s understandable. It is difficult to take on something new, especially when it is as personal as counseling. In this video, Grant Stenzel talks about what to expect on your first visit to our offices.… Read the rest →

Featured Articles

April 2, 2014

Managing the Emotional Impact of Chronic Pain

Those who suffer from chronic pain know the toll that it takes on our mental, emotional and spiritual beings. It’s exhausting. It drains our patience within our relationships and with life in general. It’s depressing and often times creates anxiety. We wonder: Will life always be like this?… Read the rest →
January 13, 2014

Finding Hope in the Midst of Loss

“Our sense of personal identity depends largely on the roles we play and the relationships we have… Catastrophic loss is like undergoing an amputation of our identity.” — Jerry Sittser, in A Grace Disguised These thoughts capture well my own experience when, on Valentine’s Day 2008, I learned that my daughter had died from the shooting that took place that day at Northern Illinois University.… Read the rest →
September 28, 2012

You Are Not My Enemy

by Grant Stenzel, MS LCPC Sometimes in our sessions at Stenzel Clinical, it’s not unusual for us to ask couples to stand in front of each other and say this phrase: “You are not my enemy.” It’s not just a mantra but the beginning of trying to get each spouse to show greater fragility.… Read the rest →