Kristin Lang Hansen, Ph.D, is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in private practice since 2001 and Affiliate Faculty in the Counseling Psychology Department at Brigham Young University. She recently served as the Editor for Issues in Religion and Psychotherapy. Also, she is currently serving on and has served as a board member for the Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists from 2005-2008. She received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Loyola University Chicago in 2000 and completed an internship and post-doctoral work at Harvard Medical School. She has a small therapy practice, teaches and writes in the area of religion/spirituality and psychology alongside raising two young boys with her husband. In her practice she uses mindfulness, psychodynamic therapy, EFT, DBT and deliberate practice techniques to help clients make changes in their lives.