Maurice W. Harker, CMHC, is the originator and Director of Life Changing Services, a mental health counseling agency in Farmington, Utah. Life Changing Services has grown into a nation-wide service provider with over 35 clinicians, along with many mentors, and life coaches working together to serve over 1,000 clients per week.
He is the originator and Director of Sons of Helaman, a sexual self-mastery training program, started in 2005. Sons of Helaman has helped thousands of young men recover from pornography addiction and other sexual related issues.
He is the originator of Men of Moroni (men’s equivalent to Sons of Helaman), the WORTH Group (serving women in Betrayal Trauma), and Eternal Warriors Training (Prevention and Self-mastery training).
Maurice is the author of, “Like Dragons Did They Fight” – a synergy of eternal principles and accurate science for personal self-mastery. He is also the author of “I’m Not Okay, You’re Not Okay, And That’s Okay”, a book on healthy and healing relationships. He is the author of “And the Man Knew His Wife”, a book designed to help couples improve the quality of their marital intimacy.
Maurice specializes in providing therapeutic services with interventions that accurately synchronize effective psychological science with eternal principles. He is most known and sought after for the work he does with individuals and couples who have been traumatized by sexual misbehavior.
Maurice worked 7 years with LDS Family Services in Davis County, Utah.
In May of 2005, Maurice opened the private counseling agency Life Changing Services, while also continuing part-time for 3 additional years at LDS Family Services.
He acquired both his Bachelor and Master degrees from the University of Utah.
Maurice and his wife have been married 25 years and have 2 children, Nikolas and Syrena.
Maurice Harker’s EternalCore 2019 Speaking Schedule:
Friday Afternoon Session: “The Psychological Explanation of Spiritual Influences on Addiction and Misbehavior”
Maurice’s Podcast Episode:
Mar 7, 2019 – Ep. 22: Maurice Harker: How Can We be “Warriors” in Our Healing Process”
You Can’t Do Legitimate Psychological Work Without Spiritual Involvement.
The ethics book says you’re supposed to understand the religious background of your clients!
Psychological civil war… Satan get you to think that it’s you against you.
There’s a spiritual side to being a warrior. You must have a connection with God.