Utah Faith Summit on mental health

We love Him, because

He first loved us.

1 John 4:19

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    July 22, 2024

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    Keynote Speakers

    Jody Moore

    Jody Moore

    Life Coach and Better Than Happy Podcast Host

    After having her first two kids, Jody Moore struggled with work/life balance, embracing
    motherhood, and liking herself. As an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of
    Latter-day Saints she felt guilty for not loving the role of mother and wife, and turned
    to life coaching for help. The transformation she experienced not only helped her at
    work and at home, it strengthened her testimony of Christ leading her to dive into
    learning the tools of coaching and to leave her position as a corporate leadership
    coach to launch her own coaching practice. Jody is certified through The Life Coach
    School and completed Master Coach Certification in 2018.
    Today, as an LDS Life Coach, Jody has helped tens of thousands of people through her
    top-rated podcast Better Than Happy as well as her coaching membership program Be
    Bold. She has 4 children ages 8 – 17 and resides in Spokane, Washington with them,
    her husband, and their French bulldog Finn, mini cavapoo Milo, and cat Oscar.

    Clay Olsen

    Clay Olsen

    CEO of Impact Suite and Co-Founder of Fight the New Drug

    Clay Olsen has led non-profit and for-profit initiatives related to mental health and sexual exploitation for over 15 years.

    Olsen is the CEO of PHASE (Prevention and Healing Against Sexual Exploitation) Alliance. PHASE represents three nationally recognized organizations—Fight the New Drug, the Elizabeth Smart Foundation, and the Malouf Foundation—coming together to make a greater impact in the fight against sexual exploitation and sex trafficking. He is also the CEO and Founder of Impact Suite, a modern mental wellness company addressing emotional health through preventative technology and professional care.

    Olsen has presented on these topics to thousands, including events at the United Nations, World Congress of Families, Carnegie Mellon, with the Kansas City Royals, and the Set Free Global Summit. In 2017, he was honored with the “Visionary Leadership Award” by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation; and in 2021, he was recognized as one of Utah’s top professionals with the 40 Under 40 Award.

    The Bonner Family

    The Bonner Family

    Musical Performance

    The Bonner Family is far from the contemporary, traditional family.  The family of 10 has been able to keep Jesus Christ as the center of their lives as members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Through their faith and love for music, they have been able to incorporate music in their respective careers. Despite residing in different states, they remain the best of friends. As they share their love for Christ and music, they hope to bless and inspire all that are compelled to listen.

    2nd Annual Utah Faith Summit on Mental Health

    Save the Date: October 25, 2024

    The Utah Faith Summit on Mental Health warmly invites faith leaders, parents, and members of the community to join us for a purposeful gathering focused on providing training and meaningful insights into mental health. Renowned professionals and experts, alongside inspiring speakers, will lead dynamic and engaging sessions. They will compassionately explore various mental health challenges, equipping you with essential skills to support others facing difficulties and to nurture your own well-being and that of your loved ones. The summit will cover a range of important topics, including:

    • Perfectionism
    • Pornography
    • Depression
    • Shame
    • Forgiveness
    • Grief and trauma
    • Suicidal ideaton
    • Self harm
    • Teens struggling with mental health
    • Problem solving
    • Stages of faith
    • ADD/ADHD
    • Challenges in marriages
    • Parenting children with mental health challenges

    Sessions will center on providing education and tools for healing and promoting mental well-being. Our aim is to ensure you feel deeply supported while imparting crucial information to help you nurture your congregations, families, friends, neighbors, and yourself.

    USU Social Work
    College of Humanities & Social Sciences Transforming Communities Institute Utah State University
    Cache County

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    The Utah Faith Summit on Mental Health is organized by:

    Paz Wellness

    We are a nonprofit organization with the mission of improving lives by elevating mental health through integrating state of the art neuroscience, spirituality, connection, therapy, medical care, educational experiences and mindful movement.

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