"A good therapeutic relationship must hold a high level of confidence, which allows people to share all sides of themselves; their hopes as well as fear, their wants as well as needs, their dreams as well as doubts, their strengths as well as vulnerabilities. Good therapy provides heightened awareness and new perspective, which allows people to place less focus on where they are and more importance on the direction they are moving."
Christine Keyser, LCMHC is an LDS therapist who specializes in working with individuals, couples, families, and specifically, those going through difficult transitions (occupational, cultural and spiritual). She takes an eclectic approach in helping others address and resolve personal or business relationship concerns and inner conflicts, which enables one to reach his/her highest potential. She has clinical and pastoral experience working with adults, missionaries, adolescents, and children who struggle with mood disorders, anxiety, depression, eating disorders and addictions. She is trained and certified to treat and ameliorate acute or chronic trauma-based symptoms.

Christine is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor who has earned double master degrees in mental health counseling and communication form the University of Phoenix and University of Utah. She has worked several years as a clinical counselor and addiction group facilitator. She recently served as an LDS area mental health advisor in Europe, and is currently working at Life Stone Counseling Center as an EMDR therapist.

Christine believes that spiritual values and principles strengthen every family. Likewise, effective communication is the pillar to strong relationships. Christine has had many opportunities to address audiences with her expertise in relation and interpersonal communication. She has instructed university communication classes, presented workshops for the Governor's Initiative on Families Today and served as a senior consultant for the Villard Group teaching people leadership skills, and served as the Vice President of Communication for the American Society of Training and Development (ASTD). Christine strongly believes that one's quality of life is directly linked to one's quality of communication.


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