16 total members
Amy Andrus is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She works with adolescents and their families. She also enjoys working with couples who were premarital, marital, or blending families. Amy's greatest defining experience of her life is motherhood. She has six of the most amazing children ever born. Her youngest daughter has Down Syndrome, and raising her has taught her countless life lessons.
Brad is a Co-owner and the Clinical Director of Evoke Therapy Programs. Evoke Therapy Programs provide outdoor-based therapy for adolescents, young-adults and families. As a co-owner of Second Nature Wilderness Programs, Brad helped to establish Second Nature as a leader in the treatment field. Brad served as a Primary Therapist, Executive Director and Director of Clinical Services at Second Nature. He has served on the Board of the Utah Department of Child and Family Services and the board of the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs. Dr. Reedy has developed an accessible and liberating approach to adolescents, young-adults and their parents. His powerful ability to use his own story and stories from the thousands of families he has treated offers hope to families suffering with mental health, addiction and stage-of-life issues.
Mr. Williams has been involved in the field of mental health since 1986 and has been licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist since 1991. He graduated from Westmont College with a BA in Psychology, and received his masters degree from the California State University of Los Angeles in Clinical Psychology.
I have intensively trained in order to help people navigate some of the most complex parts of their lives. I have additional graduate training in sex therapy and trauma counseling at both the masters and doctorate level. At the post-graduate level, I have pursued further training in sex addictions treatment and received trauma-informed supervision and consultation so that I can work with those dealing with complex-trauma and addictive sexual behaviors. My doctoral research focused on male experiences and masculinity.
Dr. Gregory A. Hudnall is the founder and Executive Director of Hope Squad, serving over 900 schools nationally in suicide prevention. He has championed suicide prevention in schools and communities for over 20 years. His expertise is not only sought after locally, but also nationally, at the highest levels of government. Dr. Hudnall is a former high school principal, student service director, and associate superintendent. He has spent the last fifteen years as the executive director of a community crisis team and has personally been involved with over twenty-five suicides as a first responder or consultant.
Dr. Kevin Skinner is a licensed marriage and family therapist who has been helping individuals and families for over 20 years. He is the co-founder and Clinical Director of Path Wellness which owns Bloomforwomen.com, Pathformen.com, Addo Recovery, staging-brightermorningsz.kinsta.cloud and ParentGuidance.org. Along with co-founding Path Wellness, Dr. Kevin Skinner is a core faculty or IITAP (The International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals), training therapists around the world.
Jenna Riemersma is the founder and clinical director of The Atlanta Center for Relational Healing. She is teaching faculty for the International Institute of Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP) and core faculty for Addo Recovery. She holds a master’s degree in Public Policy from Harvard University and a master’s degree in Professional Counseling from Richmont Graduate University. Jenna is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a Level III Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapist, an EMDR therapist, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist Supervisor (CSAT-S), Certified Multiple Addiction Therapist Supervisor (CMAT-S), and a National Certified Counselor (NCC).
Coach Kim's articles, books, podcasts, and programs have already reached over 4 million people worldwide. She is a sought after executive coach, author and speaker. She has had over 400 articles published in newspapers and magazines reaching people all over the world. She has appeared on many local and national TV and radio programs (over 200 appearances) including Good Morning America, who named her one of the top 10 Advice Gurus in the Country. Her advice is also featured on Forbes.com
Lisa Valentine Clark is a writer, actress, and host of ‘The Lisa Show’ on BYU Radio. She is a founding member of the theater-as-improv comedy troupe, The Thrillionaries, writer, producer, and actress on the film ‘Once I Was a Beehive,’ a host the TV show ‘Random Acts’ and stars in the BYUtv production ‘Show Offs.’
Paul Parkin is an adjunct professor at UVU who uses his understanding and research of empathy to reinforce his teaching style and the way he approaches life. Parkin, like many, approached college with the mindset of becoming rich. It wasn’t until he experienced the death of both his father and brother, on top of the ending of a close relationship, that he realized the direction his life was headed was not one he wanted.
Thomas McConkie is the founder of Lower Lights School of Wisdom and has a passion for the world's Wisdom traditions. Raised LDS, at 18 years old he discovered Buddhism, which remains a wellspring of inspiration over 20 years later. He is trained as a developmental researcher, facilitator, and mindfulness teacher. He hosts the Lower Lights Sangha in Salt Lake City, Utah with the intention of creating a generative environment where seekers of diverse faith orientations can discover new depths and heights in their evolving personhood.