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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 →

Thanksgiving: So Much More Than Feasting

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The holidays are upon us once again. All too soon the snow will fly, the Christmas rush will engulf us and a new year will begin. First in the order of things is Thanksgiving, a holiday full of food, family, friends and football.… 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 →

When to Give Grace (and When to Speak Truth) to a Depressed Loved One

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By Grant Stenzel, MS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Living with depression is incredibly overwhelming. Despite the fact that over 16 million Americans suffer from it, it can be a dangerously solitary condition.

Source: Major Depression Among Adults

 

The key is to give someone who’s depressed small, measurable goals.… Read the rest →

Take More Mental Health Days

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By Grant Stenzel, MS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

In June 2017, a woman emailed her office and said she was taking a couple days to focus on her mental health. The CEO was so understanding and encouraging in his email response that it immediately went viral.… Read the rest →