SA Lifeline Conference November 11th, 2016

SA Lifeline is hosting a conference on Friday, November 11th, 2016 from 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Limited Seating Available

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Conference Details

Date: Friday, November 11, 2016
Registration: 6:15 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Location: 5072 N 300 W, Provo, UT – Imagine Learning Building

Who’s Speaking

Dan Gray

Dan is a licensed clinical social worker specializing in addictions counseling.

He has a master’s degree in social work and is a CSAT (Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist). He is also certified as an addictions counselor with the National Association of Forensic Counselors. He maintains a busy private practice, lecturing regularly and providing training and consultation to numerous civic, religious, and professional organizations throughout the country.

He is the clinical director of the LifeSTAR Network program, which provides help for individuals and couples who are dealing with problems related to sexual addictions and compulsive behaviors. He has co-authored and edited 2 books: Confronting Pornography: A Guide to Prevention and Recovery for Individuals, Loved Ones, and Leaders and Discussing Pornography Problems with a Spouse: Confronting and Disclosing Secret Behaviors. Dan is married and the father of four. He enjoys fly-fishing, hiking, biking, and basically, anything outdoors.


Dorothy Maryon

Dorothy Maryon is a licensed clinical mental health counselor who specializes in partner’s issues associated with sexual addiction and compulsivity in marriage.

She has written and presented on betrayal trauma; creating safety when trust has been betrayed; recovery from grief and trauma; what happy couples know; shame resilience; and sexual addiction and compulsivity.

She is currently in private practice and works as a therapist for the LifeSTAR program which specializes in the treatment of sexual addiction and betrayal trauma. She was married to the late Daniel Maryon and they are the parents of three children.


Brannon Patrick

Brannon Patrick became a therapist because it’s his life work to help those who feel hopeless and to guide those who need direction to overcome some of life’s most devastating challenges.

He loves seeing the hope and healing that recovery from addiction and trauma brings in his clients lives.

Genuinely interested in the well-being of others, he is grateful for a job where he can connect and see people improve their quality of life.

Cost: $5/person, Additional donations accepted

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