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Couples Therapist: Adrienne Hone, LMFTI

By Lauren Adkins / September 9, 2021 /

Meet Adrienne, therapist at the Center for Couples and Families!   Adrienne Hone is a couples therapist in Orem. She is originally from Heber City, Utah, and she received her bachelor’s degree from Utah Valley University in Family Science. She is currently a master’s student at Utah Valley University. She has a background in crisis…

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Couples Therapist: Keagan Krogh, MS

By Lauren Adkins / September 2, 2021 /

Meet Keagan Krogh, therapist at the Center for Couples and Families. Keagan graduated from Brigham Young University with a bachelors of science in Psychology and from the University of Southern Mississippi with a masters of science in Marriage and Family Therapy.  During his time in Mississippi, Keagan worked with a variety of issues and a…

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Learn How To Cope – Individual Therapy

By Utah Therapy / September 1, 2021 /

As a marriage and family therapist who also does individual therapy, clients ask me what they should do to cope with emotions. There is a difference between coping with an uncomfortable emotion and avoiding that uncomfortable emotion. They are usually looking for a list of coping strategies. I hesitate to offer such a list without…

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Couples Therapist: Brendan Ewell, LMFTI

By Lauren Adkins / August 26, 2021 /

Meet Brendan Ewell, therapist at the Center for Couples and Families.   Brendan Ewell is a Utah native currently residing in Pleasant Grove. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Utah Valley University and has also completed a Master’s in Human Resources from Utah State University. Brendan is currently completing his Master’s in Marriage…

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3 Principles of Emotional Health – Use With Counseling

By Utah Therapy / August 23, 2021 /

Whether you are in counseling or not, here is how to deal with emotions right. If you have emotions that are difficult to handle, consider the following ideas. As you follow these principles, you will start to become more emotionally – and relationally – healthy. These steps are a good companion to couples and individual…

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Couples Therapist: RaeAnn Teichert, MS

By Lauren Adkins / August 22, 2021 /

Meet RaeAnn Teichert, therapist at the Center for Couples and Families.   RaeAnn H. Teichert is a couples therapist in Orem. She received her bachelor’s degree in Marriage and Family Studies from Brigham Young University – Idaho and her master’s degree in Couple and Family Therapy from the University of Nevada – Las Vegas. During…

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Depression Counseling

By Utah Therapy / August 20, 2021 /

Offering depression counseling over the years, I have noted that depression comes in many forms. You might naturally feel down or depressed because you lost a relationship or you might experience a diagnosable major depressive episode. According to the National Institute of Mental Health (2017) about 7% of all adults experienced the latter in a…

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Pornography Counseling: Find Recovery and Healing

By Utah Therapy / August 17, 2021 /

Most of you who use pornography struggle to feel emotions. Aside from shame, that is. Pornography is, after all, a shame-based experience. After years as a marriage and family therapist and doing pornography counseling, I have noticed that it is not that you cannot or do not feel your emotions. Rather, it’s that they can…

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How To Communicate Better Through Boundaries

By Utah Therapy / August 13, 2021 /

Want to learn how to communicate better? One of the most common relationship problems is setting boundaries incorrectly. Let’s talk about how setting boundaries appropriately helps you communicate well. Setting appropriate boundaries can be tricky and seems counterintuitive. Most people want to set boundaries with their partner because they, personally, are feeling uncomfortable in some…

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Counseling for Anxiety

By Utah Therapy / August 10, 2021 /

As a therapist offering counseling for anxiety, I have learned that clients use the term ‘anxiety’ as a catch-all for many different emotions. At least this is how many people use it. Being able to recognize your emotions is one key to mental and emotional health.  As I do counseling for anxiety, I notice that…

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