I have a few upcoming events coming up in Washington and Utah for my book, The OCD Mormon.

This Saturday

I will be at Beehive Books & More in Washington doing a “Book Signing and Meet & Greet” for their Ladies’ Night during Priesthood Session of General Conference:

Book Signing on September 30, 2017
5-7 p.m.
Beehive Books & More
(10213 24 St. E, Edgewood, WA 98372)

Next Saturday

I will be IN UTAH at the Sandy Barnes and Noble doing “Book Signing and Meet & Greet.”

Book Signing and Meet & Greet on October 7, 2017
1-4 p.m.
Barnes and Noble
(10180 State Street, Sandy, UT 84070)

Other Utah Events

I am hoping to do an informal Fireside in the Pleasant Grove area on Sunday, October 8 and will be at a Mental Health FHE near BYU on Monday night. Check back here next week for updates on those events!

Mental Health FHE
6-8 p.m.
location TBA
(Provo, UT)

I will be doing a private presentation at the Utah State Hospital on Tuesday morning for employees and will be at an OCD group at Mindset Family Therapy on Tuesday, October 10, at 6 p.m. If you want more information on that event, contact Annabelle Hagen via the Mindset Family Therapy website.

KSL Feature

Lastly, tune into KSL channel 5 at 11 a.m. (Utah time) on Tuesday, October 10 for a segment featuring me talking about mental illness and the book!

And finally… a special announcement:

My husband, Jamund, and I have started an event planning company that focuses on organizing events related to mental health and mental illnesses called “Mental Illness Matters.” We are currently working on our first conference, “Anxiety Disorders and Mormonism.” It will be on March 3, 2018 at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building in Salt Lake City. Early bird tickets are coming soon, and we are finalizing our keynote speakers (who are awesome!). We will also announce the call for proposals soon. Follow our page on Facebook for upcoming information!

photo credit to Dana Nash

3 thoughts on “Book Events and Other Updates”

    1. Carol, we would love to have you! It is focused on anxiety disorders as they relate to Mormonism and members of the Church, but we are also excited to have doctors and counselors attending who want to know how to help their religious clients. Two of the keynote speakers will not be Mormon (if all works out as we hope!), and I’m sure you would enjoy hearing from them 😉

  1. Thanks, it would be great to go. Not sure of course if I can, but thanks. Just gave one of my two copies of your book to my Mormon client and saving the other one for Dr. Kosins. Well written, and I am so happy to see you giving back! It keeps us well.

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