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Coping with Grief During the Holidays

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By Rita Rippentrop, MDiv Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

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Getting through the holidays while grieving can be a big challenge. It’s common to get flooded with memories at holidays, and many worry about being a “downer” or crying at holiday gatherings, where there are expectations of good cheer.Read the rest →

Mental Health Myths: Barriers to a Happier You

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By Grant Stenzel, MS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

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There are many sources for mental health myths. In fact, we’re bombarded by them in ads, books, social media and pop culture. For the average person, these references do no real harm. But for people in need, they can be dangerous.… Read the rest →

What is Therapy Like?

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If you’ve given serious thought to counseling for yourself or a family member, you’ve probably wondered what therapy is actually like.

This new video takes you inside the rooms at Stenzel Clinical and shows you what to expect during your counseling session.… Read the rest →

Our Therapists’ Favorite Self-Care Reminders

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Life gets overwhelming from time to time.

In those moments, it’s good to breathe deep, give yourself a break and remember how important self-care is.

The therapists at Stenzel Clinical wrote down some of their favorite self-care reminders, and we filmed the results.… Read the rest →

Procrastination: What to Do When It Isn’t a Laughing Matter

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By Joe Dubowski, MS Associate Marriage and Family Therapistjoe-dubowski

 “I never put off till tomorrow what I can possibly do – the day after.”– Oscar Wilde
There are plenty of jokes about procrastination, but the truth is that for many people it is no laughing matter.… Read the rest →

There is Hope

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Life can always get better; don’t ever feel like you’re so stuck that you lose hope.

When we started Stenzel Clinical more than a decade ago, we wanted to make sure our patients would never lose hope. Troubled marriages, despondent people, depressed children and others can all be improved if they are willing to come in and work toward something better.… Read the rest →