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Common Marriage Problems – What To Do

By Utah Therapy / September 24, 2021 /

As a therapist over the years, I have noticed a few common marriage problems. I see these going hand-in-hand with marriage problems such as the 4 horsemen of the apocalypse, based on my practice-based research. I am going to outline several common themes based on what I’ve seen as a PhD, marriage and family therapist…

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How to Fix Your Marriage Problems

By Utah Therapy / September 23, 2021 /

In a previous article, I wrote about 4 signs you have marriage problems. In this article, I will outline how to fix marriage problems. These concepts are taken from one of the world’s leading researchers on marriages, John Gottman. He has followed couples in his research studies and has found out what it takes for…

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Couples Therapist: Jessica Westover, MS

By Utah Therapy / September 23, 2021 /

Meet Jessica, therapist at the Center for Couples and Families!   Jessica Westover is a Marriage and Family Therapist who graduated from Brigham Young University. She earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Family Studies from BYU, during which she was involved in research on newlywed couple adjustment. In her master’s degree, she focused on…

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Couples Therapist: Madison Zundel, MS

By Utah Therapy / September 21, 2021 /

Meet Madison Zundel, therapist at the Center for Couples and Families.   As a licensed marriage and family therapist, Madison Zundel enjoys working with couples, families, and individuals who are exploring who they want to be in their relationships. Her approach confronts patterns head on, fostering growth in complex relationships quickly. She has a unique…

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4 Signs You Have Marriage Problems

By Utah Therapy / September 17, 2021 /

If you are reading this article, you likely have marriage problems. Also, you could be thinking there isn’t hope because you have tried everything. Your own emotional health could be suffering.  Without hope, continuing in a marriage riddled with problems can be daunting. This article is meant to give you hope through recognizing specific issues…

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Couples Therapist: Lisa Hansen

By Utah Therapy / September 16, 2021 /

Meet Lisa, therapist at the Center for Couples and Families!   Lisa Tensmeyer Hansen is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She earned an M.S. and Ph.D. from BYU in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is an educational speaker on relationships, depression, anxiety and community/family support for marginalized youth and has been featured as the…

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Couples Therapist: Sam Major, MS

By Utah Therapy / September 14, 2021 /

Meet Sam, therapist at the Center for Couples and Families!     Sam is a couples therapist in Orem and South Jordan. He was born and raised in Orem, Utah where he earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Brigham Young University. He later earned his master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Northwestern…

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Couples Therapy In Utah

By Utah Therapy / September 10, 2021 /

Many partners entering couples therapy look for one thing: better communication. It would stand to reason, then, that the most common complaint I hear from couples is that they have ‘communication problems’ (Related Article: Relationship Problems and Communication Problems). But, what does this mean? It means the way you communicate with your spouse is painful.…

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Couples Therapist: Keagan Krogh, MS

By Utah Therapy / 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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