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Stress or Anxiety? How to Spot the Differences.

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stress or anxiety

For many, the words “stress” and “anxiety” are interchangeable. And while it’s true that they share similarities, they are two very different problems. According to the ADAA, anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the US, but only 36.9% of the people suffering from a disorder seek treatment for it.Read the rest →

Advice for Introverts: Be You

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People often think introverts are shy and don’t speak up much, but that’s not entirely accurate. An introvert is actually someone who recharges during solo time, whereas extroverts are filled up by being with people.

Often, introverted people wish they could be a bit louder, more outgoing.… Read the rest →

5 Ways To Make This Year Better Than Last Year

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By Grant Stenzel, MS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor5 Ways To Make This Year Better Than Last Year

Whether you call it a resolution or goal, the New Year naturally sparks change in our lives. Some resolutions are too focused on a number (“lose X pounds!” “make $$$$!”), so remember: If you want to make a change, it’s as simple as forming a good habit and losing an old one.… Read the rest →

Our New Mission Statement and Tagline

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Helping ALL people live their lives well.

For quite some time, our mission statement was “Helping people live their lives well.” Our new statement is nearly identical, but we wanted to add an important point of emphasis. From our clients to our therapists to our community to the least of these, it is our mission to care as best we can for ALL people.… Read the rest →

Learn Better Sleep Habits For An Improved Lifestyle

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By Grant Stenzel, MS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Learn Better Sleep Habits For An Improved Lifestyle

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than one third of Americans don’t get enough sleep on a regular basis. Our bodies require appropriate rest in order to function at our highest capacity.… Read the rest →