Entries by Steve

We are giving away a TIMPVIEW HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY PASS! Like our fb page to enter drawing.

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Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples: Healing and Creating Connections

All of us, from cradle to grave, are happiest when life is organized as a series of excursions, long or short, from the secure base provided by our attachment figures. – Dr. John Bowlby Have we really cracked the code on love and romantic bonding? Perhaps. Scientists, poets, and lovers have long grappled with the […]

Welcome American Fork couples therapist Tiffany Winegar, MS, LAMFT

  New to the American Fork Center for Couples and Families team, Tiffany Winegar is taking new clients! She specializes in couples therapy, family therapy, anxiety/depression, self-esteem/self-actualization, perfectionism and teen/adolescent girls. Tiffany received her Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) from Brigham Young University, one of the top MFT programs in the world. Prior to, […]

Our Brains, Our Bodies, Our Relationships

As I work with individuals and couples, I like to educate them on how our brains and our bodies impact our relationships. Understanding the correlation between these elements seems easy enough, however, I often get the question, “How do I change my brain?” The answer to this question is a great starting point to create […]

Hold Me Tight Workshop

Have you felt a lack of emotional connection in your relationship? Do you get stuck in conflict and negative interactions? Do you want to feel more emotionally safe to ask for what you need in your relationship? Would you like to be more accessible, responsive, and engaged in your relationship? This can help! Spend time […]

Roads to Ruin, Bridges to Recovery

  Lisa started drinking when she was 16, just casually with her friends. After her parents’ messy divorce, she started to overdo it. Later, in college, things started to get out of hand, and soon she was on a downward spiral of excessive drinking. She knew it was destroying her life, but she couldn’t stop. […]

Turning Holiday Stress Into Holiday Joy

It was getting dangerously close to Christmas. I had all but finished my shopping for the season when I realized that I had one more gift to buy. I knew I couldn’t order it online because it wouldn’t arrive on time, so my thoughts turned to how to navigate the stores with other last-minute shoppers. […]