Meet Kaelie, therapist at the Center for Couples and Families! Kaelie Lemmon Wagner, originally from Bluebell, Utah, received her bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in Family Studies. She completed her Master’s degree at Utah Valley University and is currently obtaining a PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy at Brigham Young University. She has a…

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Meet Linda Good, therapist at the Center for Couples and Families! Linda Good is originally from Silver City, New Mexico. She has completed an associates degree in Psychology from Eastern Arizona College and a bachelors in Psychology from Utah Valley University. Linda is currently working on her Clinical Mental Health Counseling masters at Utah Valley…

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Meet Rachel Brown, therapist at the Center for Couples and Families! Rachel Brown grew up in upstate New York, and has spent the past 10 years in Utah. She received her bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in English and Family Studies, and is currently a master’s student at Touro University and an intern therapist.…

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Meet Stephanie, couples therapist at the Center for Couples and Families! Stephanie is an Ohio native who set off on a new adventure to Utah in 2015. She is an intern therapist and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. On her journey to becoming a therapist, Stephanie has been working…

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Here are some individual therapy tips from a Utah counselor about knowing the difference between guilt and shame. Oh, how this is important! There is a difference and most people get it wrong. Knowing the difference between these two can help you avoid misunderstandings, personal mental health issues and discomfort. It can also help you…

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Emotional intimacy is something most couples want. But what is it and how do you get it? It isn’t as mysterious as you think, but it isn’t as easy as you think as well. Emotional intimacy is developed when both partners make it emotionally safe for each other and share themselves in a vulnerable way.…

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Counseling can be useful whether it is for just you or for you and your partner. Counseling for individuals is something that most people need in their life at some point or another. Whether you are experiencing anxiety, depression, addiction, trauma, work issues, anger, infidelity, marriage problems or other issues, individual counseling can help. There…

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Meet Brita, therapist at the Center for Couples and Families!     Brita was raised in California but has lived in Utah since 2007. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist in both California and Utah. She completed her Bachelors Degree in Marriage, Family and Human Development from BYU and received her Master’s Degree…

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Meet Vjollca Martinson, therapist at the Center for Couples and Families!   Dr. Vjollca Martinson is a couples therapist in Spanish Fork. She received her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Brigham Young University. Vjollca has an extensive and successful experience in working with young children, adolescents, young adults, couples and families. While she has been…

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Meet Alexis Lee, therapist at the Center for Couples and Families!   Alexis (Lexi) Lee is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Spanish Fork. Her specialties involve play therapy, family therapy, adjustment disorders and working with children/adolescents. Originally from Arizona, Lexi earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Arizona State University and…

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