Hello, my name is Jocelyn Dix!

Courage is a beautiful, hard, rewarding thing. It has the power to bring us to new places we did not think possible, to grow, and to flourish. In our time together, I aim to honor your courage for showing up and allowing yourself to be seen, however vulnerable you may feel. Counseling can be a scary process, but I aspire to create an environment of warmth, acceptance, safety, and empathy so that your story will be heard and you may find hope and restoration.

I received my M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Wheaton College and previously earned my B.A. in Psychology from Taylor University. Before coming to Stenzel, I worked as a behavioral therapist for children with autism; I helped children and their families navigate challenges and learn behavioral and social skills that would increase learning and growth. Through past work and volunteer experiences, I have had the opportunity to work with individuals of all ages, cultures, and life stages. I consider it an honor to enter into every story and am looking forward to doing the same as I begin this journey with you!