2021 Salt Lake City UCAP Conference
What Your Partner is Actually Saying: Cracking the Code of Communication in Marriage After Betrayal
Communication in marriage often breaks down after disclosure of addiction or other betrayal. This presentation will discuss how the principles of vulnerability, empathy, and compassion can aid in the process of re-establishing trust and communication in the process of healing. Learning to see below the surface and understanding how shame may be involved in communication can empower couples to create new space in their relationship and rebuild healthy patterns of interaction.
a Christian Counseling and W.H.O.L.E.H.E.A.R.T.E.D. Life Coaching
organization based in Cache Valley, Utah. As a marriage and family therapist,
Tyler has dedicated his career to mastering an understanding of recovery
from shame based addictions and shifting to a wholehearted lifestyle. He
believes that the men and women who embrace and live the principles of
recovery do far more than get their lives back; they become the best kinds of
husbands and wives, fathers and mothers, and individuals. In addition to his
practice, Tyler contributes to multiple podcasts and video series online to aid
in disseminating simple but powerful principles to have greater fulfillment.
Tyler has been married for over 20 years to an incredible woman and is a
father to 4 amazing daughters. His hobbies away from work include
supporting his children’s interests, fly-fishing, backpacking, and training River
(his german shorthair pointer).