Posts Tagged ‘Volunteering’
By Grant Stenzel, MS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
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 →
It is better to give than receive—especially when it comes to your mental health. Along with making the world a better place, giving to others really can improve your personal well-being.
There is a sense of gratitude that comes from setting aside time to consider others less fortunate and sharing what you have with them.… Read the rest →
For over five years, Stenzel Clinical has built a special connection with Feed My Starving Children (FMSC), a Christian non-profit hunger relief organization that ships hand-packed meals specifically formulated for malnourished children to nearly 70 different countries. Earlier this month, Stenzel Clinical hosted a packing event, where about 40 volunteers helped fill boxes with 8,640 meals.… Read the rest →