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Life can be difficult, and sometimes people can't do it all on their own. That's where Sense and Sensibilities Counseling in Taylorville steps in to give more support, find the root of the problem, and find collaborative ways to fix those issues. Shales Nagle, Owner of Sense and Sensibilities Counseling, has more than 2 decades of experience working with children through her years at Kemmerer Village, where she now serves as Assistant Director.


Nagle said, while she does specialize in child and family counseling, she will see anyone and use her Collaborative Problem Solving style to care for her clients.

Nagle said with the negative stigma that comes with going to counseling, people are often hesitant to go. She said she hates the stigma is still there when people are just trying to better themselves, and the benefits that come from it, for some, can be life changing.

Nagle appeared on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show. 

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