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Try Marriage Counseling Before Divorce

By Utah Therapy / July 26, 2022 /

Marriage counseling is often seen as a last resort before divorce. Is this a bad thing? I don’t think so. It’s best that you try couples therapy as soon as you see problems in your relationship (Related Article: Couples Counseling – Why Waiting Can Hurt). Most couples wait too long, even years too long before…

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Marriage Counseling – Outside Versus Inside Marriage Problems

By Utah Therapy / July 25, 2022 /

If you want to learn a marriage counseling tip that can increase your chances of relationship success, here it is. Start dealing with problems outside of yourself differently if you want to do better with problems between yourselves.    As a marriage counselor in Utah, I’ve found that couples often do better when dealing with…

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Marriage Counseling For Empty Nesters

By Utah Therapy / July 14, 2022 /

Marriage counseling can work for empty nesters (Related Article: Marriage Counseling: Does It Work?). Here are some benefits of working on your relationship with your spouse after the children have all left the house.    Reconnect   You might not recognize your spouse after you don’t have to look at the children as much. Reconnecting…

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Orem Marriage Counseling: Claire Wright

By Katrina Waite / July 12, 2022 /

Meet Claire, Couples Counselor at the Center for Couples and Families in Orem! Claire Wright is originally from Mesa, Arizona. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Family Studies with an emphasis in Human Development from Brigham Young University. Claire is currently receiving her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Utah Valley University and…

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Orem Marriage Counseling: Paige Gifford

By Katrina Waite / July 12, 2022 /

Meet Paige, Couples Counselor at the Center for Couples and Families in Orem! Paige Gifford grew up in sunny San Diego, California. She moved to Utah for college seven years ago and has since then learned to tolerate Utah’s snowy winters. Paige received her bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in Family Life. Paige is…

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Orem Marriage Counseling: Laura Davies

By Katrina Waite / July 12, 2022 /

Meet Laura, Couples Counselor at the Center for Couples and Families in Orem! Laura Davies is originally from Chapel Hill, NC. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Family Studies with an emphasis in Human Development from Brigham Young University and has remained in Utah ever since. Laura is currently receiving her Master’s Degree in Marriage…

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Marriage Counseling with a Utah Therapist

By Utah Therapy / July 11, 2022 /

Marriage counseling in Utah has helped many heal their relationships and move them forward. As a marriage and family therapist practicing in Utah County for nearly two decades, I have noticed a few trends of couples who’ make it’ that might be helpful for you to know.    Get In Early And Often   It’s…

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Orem Marriage Counseling: Brian Johnson

By Katrina Waite / July 1, 2022 /

Meet Brian, Couples Counselor at the Center for Couples and Families in Orem! Brian Johnson, from Lindon, Utah, is a licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. He earned his bachelor’s degree in family studies from BYU and his master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) from Dixie State University with an emphasis in working…

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Marriage Counseling Isn’t A Punishment

By Utah Therapy / June 22, 2022 /

Marriage counseling can often be seen as a punishment. You might see it as an indication that you have failed and need someone to help you fix your problems. Yes, you might need someone to help you fix your relationship, but it isn’t an indication that you have failed. Rather, it’s a sign that you…

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Orem Marriage Counseling: Kathrine Linscott

By Katrina Waite / June 21, 2022 /

Meet Katherine, Couples Counselor at the Center for Couples and Families in Orem! Katherine Linscott (she/they) is originally from Loveland, Colorado. She received her bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Science from Utah Valley University. There, she helped to conduct research about newlywed sex life. Katherine received her master’s degree from Kansas State University, focusing mainly on…

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