• (801) 890-0737

  • 11075 S State Street., STE 13
    Sandy Utah 84070

  • (801) 890-0737

  • 11075 S State Street., STE 13
    Sandy Utah 84070

Momentum Counseling Services

Helping you and your loved ones get to where you want to be.

 

You have probably visited this site

because some aspect of your life, or someone’s you love, isn’t ideal. You are most likely experiencing suffering in some significant way. Our hearts go out to you. Maybe you aren’t connecting with your spouse, or your children, how you would like to. You might feel you aren’t performing to your fullest capability at work, school, or other important areas of interest, or competitions. You might be experiencing doubt, or questions regarding your unique purpose, or belief systems. Maybe someone you know is struggling with anxiety, depression, attention deficiency, anger issues, or the loss of a meaningful relationship. We at Momentum Counseling Services want to support you during these crucial times and help you move through your life’s challenges in a meaningful and purposeful way.

As you go through life, you realize that suffering and hurts are inevitable, but setbacks don’t mean doom or despair. Individual, Couples, Family and other mental and emotional counseling can help you help you move forward and progress toward a hopeful, fulfilled, and purposeful life.  Therapy doesn’t mean that you are crazy, or that you have a problem, it just means that you don’t have to go through your challenges alone.

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ABOUT US

The only way to truly feel a sense of satisfaction, fulfillment, or generally good about ourselves and our situation is to have a sense that we are progressing toward what is most important to us. Obstacles always stand in the way of what we most desire, but we at Momentum Counseling Services want to help you get to where you want to be.

Whether that's improving trust and connection in your marriage or intimate relationship through marriage counseling; dealing and coping with grief and loss; decreasing levels of anxiety, or lifting depression; finding meaning, direction, and purpose in your life; helping your teenager navigate their complex (and sometimes scary) environment; enhancing family relationships through family therapy; exploring pivotal beliefs and spirituality; understanding and treating anger issues; or reaching your fullest potential in academic, occupational, or athletic competition through sports and performance psychology. We want to support you and help you progress in the areas that are most important to you.

We are located conveniently at the South end of the Salt Lake Valley, just off of I-15, in Sandy, Utah. We are happy to serve the local community and also enjoy providing trusting referrals for those seeking support, but don't know quite where to start.

Services

Couples (Gottman/EFT)

Teenagers/Young Adults

Sports Psychology

Anxiety/Stress Reduction

Depression

Religion/Spirituality

Family Therapy Relational Counseling

Life Transitions
(Grief, School, job loss, new parenthood)

In-Home Therapy

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If you are feeling stuck in some area of your life,

you just need one thing to fall your way. However, it can be difficult to create that inertia, or forward momentum, on your own. There is a synergy that is created when you meet with a caring, understanding, and knowledgeable professional, who is not biased, and who intricately involved and invested in your current situation and your progress. In therapy, you will experience validation, understanding, and new strategies to approach your situation with a new perspective and a sense of empowerment and capability to overcome.

It’s completely understandable that people procrastinate doing things that are uncomfortable, or new. However, it’s a tragedy when people wait too long. They feel remorse for not having taken action sooner. Marriages can be saved, goals can be reached, and regrets can be limited if you face your fears and discomfort now, rather than waiting until it’s too late. If you ignore something, it doesn’t go away…in fact, it will oftentimes get bigger.