LaNae Valentine received her Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy from BYU. She has been teaching and working at the university level for over 20 years. She specializes in working with young adult women struggling with depression, anxiety, perfectionism, body image and eating problems. In her time at BYU, she served for 16 years as the director over the Women’s Services & Resources Center where she spearheaded numerous wellness, prevention, and educational awareness campaigns and events that addressed the needs of women. A true advocate for women and the issues they face, LaNae is also a published co-author on the book Why I Don’t Hide My Freckles Anymore. LaNae is an avid cycler and has ridden in numerous century rides for charities.
Arlaine received her BS from BYU in 1999. Currently she works as a certified Body Code practitioner and wellness mentor. Arlaine’s professional experience is awash in promoting and engendering opportunities to protect and better the lives of children. Starting in 1985, Arlaine became active in the PTA. During nearly a decade of service in this organization, Arlaine acted as Local District PTA President, Council PTA Legislative Advisor, PTA Regional Associate, and the Utah State PTA Safety & Welfare Commissioner. From 1992-2004 Arlaine was on the committee of the Utah County Child Abuse and Prevention organization. For the last 3 years of her tenure, she chaired the UCCAP team working closely with Wasatch Mental Health and Women for Decency. She served an LDS mission to Germany with her husband in 2009-1010. She is a folk and classical guitarist. Arlaine’s greatest love and achievement is her family.
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After graduating Summa Cum Laude from Georgia State University in 1988 in Marketing, Amy began her study of natural healing. She began as a student of Dr. Christopher at the School of Natural Healing, and was later trained by Dr. Lee Wooley before starting her private practice as an Emotional Center Point Release practitioner in 2005. She completed a series of Donna Eden’s Energy Medicine classes last July. She is currently studying the impact that Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade essential oils have on our body, mind and spirit and is a successful doTERRA product consultant. As a wife and mother of seven children, Amy is passionate about empowering individuals to take charge of their heath and explore safe, effective, natural alternatives to promote health and vitality on a physical and emotional level.
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Jessica graduated from BYU in 2002 with a BFA in Acting. She began working in the world of video production at Microsoft Studios in 2006. She has been producing and directing for the last decade at various studios and as a freelancer. In the fall of 2014, Jessica released her first independent documentary film The Heart of the Matter and worked in the anti-pornography movement for 4+ years helping sex addicts and their spouses find lasting healing. Jessica recently received her Emotion Code certification and is thoroughly enjoying helping others to heal. She has a deep love and concern for women, children, and animals. As a single woman, she dotes on her “fur babies”. Jessica is a master visionary, organizer, and implementor and will manage the everyday affairs of the organization.