David Williams, CMHC
Clinical Mental Health Counselor
313 E. 1200 S. Suite #101, Orem, UT
Relationships are undoubtedly the major source of our joy and pain. And nowhere is this more true than in romantic relationships, from dating to marriage. David has been working with couples now for close to 15 years and has helped many on the path to great emotional safety and intimacy. To do this most effectively, David prefers an approach that focuses on creating experiences to restore trust and emotional safety, rather than a more superficial "communication skills only" approach. He especially draws from Emotionally-Focused Therapy and the principles of the Arbinger Institute.
Steven Chen, Ph.D,
12268 South 900 East, Suite #302, Draper, UT
Do you argue, fight, and feel frustrated with your significant other? A relationship can be the most difficult and challenging area in your life . . . or it can be one of the most rewarding. Stop living your life in anger and frustration. Start living a more peaceful and rewarding life with a positive, loving relationship. You can learn why negative behaviors like "flooding" and "stonewalling" derail and destroy relationships while "active listening" and "accepting influence" can turn your relationship around. Make the investment in yourself and your relationship. You can have the life you want if you take the time and invest the energy to learn new skills. Call us today!