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2024 S.A. Lifeline Women's Workshop
Connect. Learn. Heal.

April 19 - 20, 2024 | Mapleton, Utah


The S.A. Lifeline Women’s Workshop aims to be an affordable and safe event for women seeking healing from the effects of sexual betrayal and the associated trauma. The workshop will feature therapist presentations and group discussions, yoga and breathwork sessions, and opportunities to heal through nature and artistic expression.

Event Details

This event will be held at the beautiful Croshaw Lodge

Address: 1255 S. 1000 E. Mapleton, Utah.

Check-in begins Friday morning, April 19 at 9:30 am.
Event ends on Saturday, April 20th at 7:00 pm.

Cost: $199*

*Lodging is not included in the event or price of registration. To review our refund policy please click here.

Come connect, learn, and heal with us!

Registration is limited to 40 attendees.
Reserve your spot today!

Cost: $199

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Scholarship Opportunities

S.A. Lifeline is excited to announce that we will be offering two full scholarships which include event registration, lodging, and travel for individuals living in the continental United States. This is made possible by the generous donations from members of our SAL 12-Step Men’s groups. If you would like to apply for a scholarship, please click below to submit a short explanation of why you would be a good candidate for the scholarship. Application deadline is February 23rd. Recipients will be contacted by March 1st. Please be aware that applying for a scholarship does not secure you a spot for the workshop.

Connect. Learn. Heal.

Here’s just a taste of what you can expect at the 2024 SAL Women’s Workshop:

Katy Willis

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Katy Willis earned degrees in Nursing and Music from BYU-Idaho before starting her family. She currently lives in Northern Utah with her four energetic children. Betrayal trauma and relationship trauma have been part of her personal journey. The challenges and heaviness of trying to navigate these painful life experiences, coupled with her background in Nursing, eventually opened up a beautiful and empowering world of healing.

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Katy not only spent years in private and group talk therapy and coaching as well as working the steps and attending 12-step meetings, but she also discovered ways to support her brain, body, and nervous system in the after of trauma. EMDR, QNRT, neurofeedback, and yoga are all part of her recovery journey. After years of unrolling her own yoga mat, she knew it was something she needed to begin sharing with others. Katy has now completed over 1200 hours of Yoga Teacher Training certifications and has over 500 hours experience teaching yoga.

She will tentatively complete her Yoga Teacher Trainer certificate spring 2024 with plans to begin training the next generation of yoga teachers. Some of her favorite specialties to share are trauma sensitive Yoga and Kundalini Yoga & Meditation. She is also a life coach and is nearly graduated from an advanced coaching training program through BEabove leadership. It’s based on neuroscience and somatic movement. She looks forward to supporting women in the aftermath of relationship trauma soon. You can find her on FB and IG @Gracefilled Pathways.

Dorothy Maryon

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Dorothy Maryon is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor specializing in partner’s issues associated with sexual addiction and compulsivity. With a BA in English from the University of Utah Dorothy married, raised three kids, and went back to school to earn her Master’s degree in mental health counseling. Throughout her career Ms. Maryon has focused on Women’s issues and has helped shape protocol for women in significant trauma from their partner’s addictive behaviors. She works primarily with partners dealing with betrayal trauma.

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She has presented at several conferences including the Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists, Utah Coalition against Pornography; SA Lifeline; Women of Worth; The Togetherness Project, and the National Coalition on sexual exploitation. Her topics have included betrayal trauma; creating safety when trust has been lost; shame and resiliency; posttraumatic growth; what happy couples know; and sexual addiction and compulsivity. Dorothy lives in Salt Lake City where she loves to swim and bike and sometimes hike. Recently she hiked the lower Himalayas in Nepal and before that summited Mt. Killimanjaro in Africa where she learned that although it is amazing to be on top of the world there is a significant lack of air there. She is the wife of the late Dan Maryon, mother of three often inspiring children, and Nana to seven wildly creative humans who show great promise in becoming healthy adults one day.

Sherie Christensen

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Sherie is a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist. In her practice, Sherie loves helping clients to find healing and balance, nurture meaningful relationships with self and others, and discover and pursue their passions.  She is a certified Trauma Informed Therapist, and is certified in Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART).  ART is a therapeutic process designed to release trauma and other patterns that no longer serve clients.

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Sherie has a podcast entitled Two Therapists Talking, with fellow therapist David Thompson.  She also works in therapeutic education, lecturing across the country–including at UCAP, and helping people across the world.  She wrote a book, has developed online courses, and has consulted on radio, podcasts, for books, and a church website.

Sherie pursues her own passions daily through her work, family, and individually:  She teaches her 4 children important life skills like playing music, faith in Jesus Christ, family dance parties, and marshmallow wars.  She is passionate about dancing, triathlons, nature, and embracing holistic wellness philosophies. And she thoroughly enjoys watching her children succeed in football, the arts, and life. Sherie personally knows the value and struggles of healing, overcoming, and forgiving through her own divorce, and subsequent ICU stay and 18 mo recovery from a broken back and brain injury after a car hit her on her bike.

Rachael Nelson

Hi, I am Rachael. A certified Breathwork Facilitator as well as trauma informed, my heartfelt commitment is to provide a safe and nurturing space for individuals on their journey of growth and healing. Having personally navigated the profound impacts of trauma, I discovered the transformative power of Breathwork over the past three years. This uncomplicated yet profound process not only transformed my mind but also played a crucial role in reclaiming my sense of self and expand awareness in all aspects of my life.

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Breathwork, in its simplicity and safety, serves as a remarkably effective tool for self-discovery, healing and growth. Drawing from my own transformative experience, I am here to offer support, guidance, and encouragement as you dive into answers within. Let go of preconceived notions, open your heart, and be prepared for surprises. In this journey, YOUR inner

healer will take the lead, unveiling the issues to explore, the healing to experience, and the lessons to learn. I am enthusiastic about guiding you on this path to self-healing. Let’s embark on this transformative adventure together.

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**This event does not include lodging or overnight accommodations**

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