It’s Here Again!…Ask An ExMormon Therapist LIVE EVENT! Feb. 26th (7:00-10:00 PM)


Would you like a chance to meet together LIVE?  Enjoy appetizers, and ask questions about religious transition, or how to manage relationships in the midst of religious change?

I will be hosting another live event in my home (Salt Lake City, UT) on Friday, Feb. 26th from 7:00-10:00 PM.

It’s an incredible chance for us to meet together and discuss some tough questions.

If you’re interested in joining send an email to

I will then get back with you on the final details for registration.

The event is $20/person, or $15/person if you come with a friend, spouse, sibling, etc… and is limited to a total of 16-18 people.

We had a full house at the last event so be sure to mark your calendar and register right away!

See you there 🙂




Ready to Grow

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What happens when the growing pains include an entire shattering of what has been?  Is there a way to ever find peace again?  In this episode Jenny discusses some ideas for how to see the shattering as a part of the growth.

To access this episode go to iTunes, Stitcher, or click this link:

In this episode Jenny references the stages of Intimacy as presented by Robert Augustus Masters in the book, “Transformation Through Intimacy.”  She doesn’t go into detail about the different stages, other than to acknowledge them.  If you’re interested in learning more about this perspective feel free to check out the book:

or listen to an interview with Robert and his wife here:

Note from Jenny:  I’m sorry the audio quality of this episode isn’t great!  I’ll pay more attention to the recording conditions next time 🙂

If you’re enjoying these episodes go leave a review on iTunes or Stitcher!

Why Did They Do It?!

Over 20 days after the new LDS Handbook 1 Policy was leaked people are still asking…”Why did they do it?”

In this episode Jenny explores the authoritarian power dynamic that can exist in marriages, friendships, work relationships…and yes, religion. 

While such a bold move has got many questioning, this choice gives us more information as to how the LDS Church continues to view itself in terms of power and authority.

Click on the link above, or subscribe on iTunes!

LIVE EVENT!! November 6th, 7:00-10:00 PM in Salt Lake City, UT

Hi All,

This is Jenny Morrow, your host for Ask An ExMormon Therapist.

I’m excited to be announcing a live event!!  Come join me for a question and answer workshop at my place on Friday November 6thThe workshop will be held in Salt Lake City (near the Millcreek/Holladay area), from 7:00 to 10:00 PM.

This should be a really great night! It will be casual, while also having some structure. We’ll start at 7:00 PM with some light Hor d’oeuvres and socializing. I’ll then answer questions and offer some ideas for working through faith/religious transition from 7:30-10:00 PM.

I will mix in teaching some therapeutic ideas as I answer questions, so it should be helpful even if you don’t come prepared with any questions.

Feel free to register no matter where you are in your own process. So whether you consider yourself NOM, still believing, Post Mormon, or ExMormon, if you have genuine questions…or want to listen to others’ questions, you’re welcome to be there.

Registration is $20.  (or $30 total for two people from the same household).  If you’re interested in registering send me an email at

Write “Registration” in the subject line and list the names of those who want to register, and a phone number or email where I can reach you. I will then touch base with details.

Looking forward to a great night! Getting to know some of you better, and answering questions!

The “F” Word

How important is forgiveness after a painful religious experience? Is it even possible to forgive someone or something that won’t engage in a healing process with us? What are the different types of forgiveness?

To listen to this episode subscribe on iTunes or download here:

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(to see the blogpost that shows a visual of the 4 types of forgiveness, and lists the details and steps of each)  
The website of Janis Abrahms Spring if you’re interested in her work or her books.

Let’s Talk About SEX Baby!

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Like many things in life, sex can be a journey. How do you find peace with where you are today, while moving towards the kind of sexual life that you truly desire?

Go to iTunes and subscribe to “Ask An Ex-mormon Therapist,” or go to the link below.

There are so many resources to help you work towards the kind of sex life you desire.  Here are just a few places that may offer some interesting ideas.  (Disclaimer: I found these while doing a simple google search on resources.  I do not endorse any of these, as I don’t have enough experience with their work, but I wanted people to see there are a variety of resources that can help you access the experiences you desire sexually…with yourself, others, or a partner).  Some of these resources offer free newsletters, etc. so feel free to check things out.