Kristin graduated from Brigham Young University Hawaii in 2003 with a degree in Social Work. In 2006, she graduated from the University of Utah with a Master’s Degree in Social Work with clinical and medical emphasis. She has worked as a psychotherapist since 2006 and in 2009 opened a mental health clinic in Holladay, UT specializing in women’s mental health and family counseling. She regularly presents at various universities and community groups on relationships. Additionally, she educates medical and mental health professionals on various mental health topics.
Alisha B. Worthington
Alisha graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in Social Work. She is a licensed SSW and works part-time for The Healing Group – a therapeutic clinic. Since 2008 she has worked as a freelance writer providing articles for websites on topics ranging from parenting, dentistry, prisons, and dating. She contributes to her community by speaking to groups and holding educational forums. She has been married 15 years and is the mother off seven children.
Thomas G. Harrison
Thom has been practicing in Utah with a clinical license since 1977. He has taught at the University of Utah Medical School, Graduate School of Social Work and the Law School since 1977. He has taught and spoken to many groups on the topic of human sexuality and sexuality within relationships. He has counseled of three thousand survivors of sexual abuse. He has been trained in cognitive behavioral therapy, psychodynamic therapy, reality oriented therapy and relationship therapy. Harrison has a successful practice in Salt Lake City, Utah and sees individuals, couples, and families.
About Real Intimacy, A Couples Guide to Healthy Genuine Sexuality
Written by three colleagues from The Healing Group, the book Real Intimacy is just that — real. With unembarrassed candor, Kristin B. Hodson, Alisha B. Worthington and Thomas G. Harrison provide information, counsel and advice for married couples looking to find or re-kindle intimacy. It is not your typical “Mormon intimacy book.” The authors, who are LDS, felt the time had come for a straightforward and honest conversation about what most people are hoping for, but end up in therapy or divorcing or in intimacy-starved marriages because they don’t know how to achieve it — true marital intimacy and “oneness.”
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