Calming Couples Therapy in Salt Lake City

There are many reasons why couples seek counseling, whether they’re dating or married. From family issues to financial troubles, there are a variety of reasons to get professional help when you’re part of a relationship. These are just a few factors that indicate a good reason to seek couples therapy in Salt Lake City.

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Having a Baby

One of the most difficult times in a relationship is following the birth of a child. While most couples romanticize that this is going to be one of the best times in their life, it can be extraordinarily difficult. After the celebrations, presents, and good wishes, caring for a baby is hard work that can test the patience of any couple.


Sometimes, the hassle and stress of kids, school, work, and stress can lead to couples drifting further apart. This is common, but fortunately couples can overcome this by opening the lines of communication with each other.

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Negative Communication

It’s normal for couples to disagree, argue and annoy each other from time to time. However, if most communication between a couple has become negative, there’s a problem. Communication is key to repairing a relationship, so if it’s deteriorating, getting back on track can be nearly impossible without help.

To start planning your path for success, contact Pathways at (801) 867-3550.

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