Dr. Brigg B. Noyes, PHD

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Dr. Brigg B. Noyes, PHD

Psychology | Male

Salt Lake Relationship Center 160 S 1000 E Ste 310, Salt Lake City, UT 84102 Get Directions
(801) 716-7003

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    Specialties

    • Psychology
    • Anxiety Disorders
    • Clinical Psychology
    • Counseling
    • Marriage & Family Therapy
    • Men's Health Psychology

    Conditions Treated

    • Anxiety
    • Depression
    • Marriage Break-Up
    • Relationship Issues
    • Sexual Disorders

    Procedures Performed

    • Counseling Services
    • Couples Therapy
    • Family Psychotherapy
    • Marital Counseling
    • Psychotherapy Services

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    Education

    • Medical School
      University of Utah

      Graduated in 2007

    • Internship Hospital
      Salt Lake City VA

      Completed in 2007

    • Fellowship Hospital
      Salt Lake City VA

      Completed in 2008

    • Undergraduate School
      Dartmouth College

      Graduated in 1995

    • Other Education
      University of Washington

      Completed in 1999

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    Languages Spoken

    • English
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    • Specializes in Psychology
    • Malpractice claims in Utah not available
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    Dr. Noyes' Care Philosophy

    In therapy, I focus on helping you and those you care about: Feel better understood, supported by, and connected to others Live a more balanced and healthy life that is respectful of others' opinions, but does not betray your own needs or sense of self Discover ways to spend more meaningful time with family and friends Have more energy and time to devote to things you really enjoy Develop better communication skills for those times when conflict or stress arises Find deeper meaning, fulfillment