Available Services Include:

Individual Counseling

1. Individual Counseling

One-on-one sessions provide caring, customized support and guidance, to lead through your personal healing process.

Couples Counseling

2. Couples Counseling

You and your spouse, fiancee, or partner can grow closer, improve communication, and build connection and trust, through therapy together.

Family Counseling

3. Family Counseling

Increase closeness, communication, cooperation, and parent effectiveness, through sessions with other family members.

Teen Counseling

4. Teen Counseling

Your teen, young adult, or older child can develop healthy new patterns in counseling that can stay with them for a lifetime.

Specialties Include:

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Emotional Healing

- Depression Recovery
- Overcoming anxiety
- Getting past grief and trauma
- Conquering an addiction

Life can be hard at times, but help and hope are within your reach.

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Relationship Therapy

- Marriage Counseling
- Family Counseling
- Parent Training
- Communication Skills

Building stronger, happier relationships is a skill that can be learned. 

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Wellness Training

- Health Enhancement
- Productivity
- Resilience 
- Spirituality

Learning to care for yourself adds years to your life, and life to your years.

 Additional Services Include:

Faith-Based Counseling
Premarital Counseling
Addiction Recovery
Cognitive Therapy
Life Coaching 
Telehealth

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Get Started Today!

Schedule an apppointment today,
to begin your journey of healing and positive growth.

Counseling services are available by phone, Zoom, 
or in-person in our office in Sandy, Utah.

Make the rest of your life
The best of your life!

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Joy Cometh In the Morning

Morning Light Counseling is designed to extend light and hope in the midst of stormy, perilous times.
While much is amiss in the world, there is also much to celebrate, much to rejoice in. 
"Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning." (Psalms 30:5)

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Carrie M. Wrigley, LCSW