John Dehlin has a Ph.D. in clinical/counseling psychology from Utah State University. He is the founder of Mormon Stories podcast, and CEO of the Open Stories Foundation. John’s research and coaching interests center around the nexus of religion and mental health. He specializes in the following areas:
- Navigating a religious faith crisis.
- Navigating marriage during a religious faith crisis.
- Mixed-faith marriages.
- Managing mental health during and after a faith crisis.
- Scrupulosity (religious OCD).
- LGBT issues.
John’s private practice can be found here.
John’s research publications can be found here.
Margi Dehlin is beginning a life coaching practice after years of participating in private events and couples sessions in partnership with John. She specializes in faith crisis work for the individual, along with marital and family relationships. Margi has a background in personal training and enjoys talking about health and well-being, organization, and lifestyle management. She is currently working on a life coaching certification program through Life Purpose Institute, an accredited coaching program.
Margi’s blog and coaching practice can be found here.
Natasha Helfer Parker is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Sex Therapist with 20 years experience counseling individuals, couples, and families. She specializes in, working with those who come from Mormon or other religious backgrounds. Areas of expertise includes working within the intersections of faith, life transitions and sexuality.
Natasha’s private practice can be found here.