Mixed-Faith Workshop Dec 28

Fortifying your Mormon Mixed-Faith Marriage

How to Fortify your Mormon Mixed-Faith Relationship

Does a faith transition by one partner in a marriage mean the relationship is doomed? Absolutely not!

And yet, there are tricky things to negotiate within the context of being members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. From knowing how to talk about sensitive topics about belief/doctrine, to co-parenting effectively & fairly, to managing church responsibilities & attendance, to communicating with extended family & ecclesiastical leaders, and negotiating typical "markers" (coffee, garments, tithing, sexuality, etc.)... there are many potential pitfalls you want to learn how to avoid. You can actually learn how things you initially think will divide you... will actually fortify your relationship in the end.

Come work with Natasha Helfer Parker, LCMFT, CST... a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Certified Sex Therapist who has been helping couples negotiate and navigate the waters of a faith transition for over 20 years.

Natasha will be building upon five tips she writes about in One Family, Two Views: How to Fortify Your Mixed-Faith Mormon Marriage as well as leaving the last part of the evening for Q&A from participants.

Due to venue size... limited space is available, so make sure to reserve your spot today.

Feel free to attend as an individual or a couple.

Mixed-Faith Marriage Workshop

Friday, Dec. 28th, 7-10pm

2435 Royal Birch Cove, Sandy, UT, USA

$35 per person

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About Natasha Helfer Parker, LCMFT, CST

Natasha is the owner and founder of Symmetry Solutions. She is a Licensed Clinical Marriage & Family Therapist in the states of Kansas and Wisconsin and an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist. Natasha has been in practice for over 20 years and works with adults and adolescents. She specializes in mental health therapy, sex therapy and sexuality concerns, family/couples services and faith transitions within spiritual journeys.

Workshops/retreats offered by her work at mormonfaithcrisis.com.