Healing Relationships through Couples Therapy Marriage CounselingIf you and/or your spouse feels like your marriage is falling apart, if you fight more than feels healthy, if you feel like things are totally out of control, or if you just feel like you need help...we can help. No matter how complex the issues, we are relationship experts and have the necessary experience in marriage counseling to work through even the toughest marriage and family problems. You probably already understand that relationships present the most rewarding and simultaneously challenging aspects in life; having an experienced therapist to help navigate when the ride gets rocky can help strengthen your relationship over time.Counseling can be a scary step to take even if you are already aware that you are in need of help. Sometimes it takes someone with an outside perspective, experience, and a kind heart to help you through the tough times and give you hope that things will get better. Get started today with marriage counseling Utah residence are go to for top-rated Relationship therapy. Contact Pathways Real Life Recovery to schedule an appointment for Marriage & Couples Counseling in Utah
Benefits of Marriage Therapy and Relationship TherapyMarriage therapy or couples counseling sessions bring the two of you together with the intention of fostering bonds of emotional closeness by helping you learn better ways to communicate clearly. We can help you develop and maintain deeper levels of intimacy as you learn how to more effectively understand and meet each other's emotional needs and develop a tool belt of skills to work through conflicts in a healthy way.
Here is a partial list of issues marriage counseling can help resolve:
- A situation where you and your spouse hardly talk to each other, or your talk is mostly negative in nature;
- One or both partners feels afraid to talk to the other;
- Sexual infidelity (or the contemplation thereof);
- Financial secrecy or domination of household finances by one partner;
- One or both of you is keeping secrets from the other;
- Relationships where one partner has become more of an antagonist than a teammate;
- Affection that is often withheld as a form of punishment;
- The belief that everything would work out if only the other person would change;
- The pattern of spouses who are living separate lives and have become more like roommates than partners;
- Changes in your sex life that have lead to ongoing conflict;
- Any issue that seems to have no resolution every time it comes up, or if you often find yourselves arguing over the same little things.