Thom Harrison

Thomas Harrison is the Founder of EternalCore and shared the original vision of an online community of people and practitioners who seek to explore God-centered mental health for long-term healing. He wrote the charter document of EternalCore entitled “7 Keys to God-Centered Mental Health” in an effort to provide a framework similar to that which he learned and used in his private practice. 

Thom has been trained in cognitive therapy, psychodynamic therapy, reality-oriented therapy, and relationship therapy. He has been practicing in Utah with a clinical license since 1977. He has taught at the University of Utah Medical School, Graduate School of Social Work and in conflict resolution and divorce mediation at the BYU Law School.

Harrison has postgraduate training in depression, anxiety, sexual, emotional, and physical abuse, sexual addiction, and posttraumatic stress disorders. He has counseled over 4000 survivors of sexual abuse. He treats dissociative disorders and has served on the neuro-trauma team at three hospitals.

He has 40 years of experience and assists in the resolution of problems quickly and in the long run for less cost to the client. He is knowledgeable in traditional psychotropic medication and nontraditional approaches to wellness. He is experienced and sought after as a therapist and public speaker. He is the author of three published books including the book “Real Intimacy” with co-authors Alisha Worthington and Kristin Hodson. 

Thom chose to leave his practice of 41 years in the fall of 2017 to become a consultant for Operation Underground Railroad (O.U.R) where he worked to assist in the aftercare programs, operative selection processes, and to work selectively with specific victims of human trafficking to assist them in their long-term healing processes. Thom is the Chairman of the Board of Mobaliz International, the 501 (c)(3) non-profit that is the charter sponsor of

Thom is the co-host of the EternalCore Podcast along with Ken Krogue, CEO of Mobaliz, which began on January 15th, 2019. A new podcast episode is posted every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.

Thom Harrison’s EternalCore 2019 Speaking Schedule:
Friday Morning Keynote: “We Understand How We Limit Ourselves, But Why Do We Limit God?”
Friday Date Night Workshop: “What Do We Learn From A 6,000-Year-Old Document About Marriage?”
Saturday Evening Workshop: “How To Find Your Brain-Heart Connection for Long-Term Healing”

Download Thom’s eBook: “7 Keys to God-Centered Mental Health

Thom’s Podcast Episodes:

Jan 15, 2019 – Ep. 1: Founder Thom Harrison Introduces EternalCore
Jan 17, 2019 – Ep. 2: Thom Harrison Discusses The Year Psychiatry Changed Forever
Feb 9, 2019 – Ep. 12: Founder Thom Harrison Explores the Meaning of EternalCore with Chief Blogger Darryl Alder

EternalCore Blog Articles About Thom:

Dec 1, 2018 – What is
Jan 21, 2019 –Thom Harrison on Getting By, but Not Getting Better

Thom’s Videos:

EternalCore’s God-centric Healing Encompasses Many Belief Systems.


Thom Harrison Speaks at EternalCore Date Night Event on March 29-30:


What is God-Centric Healing? Thom Harrison, Founder of EternalCore


Thom Harrison: We Are All Eternal at Our Core – It’s Amazing How Many Have Forgotten That!


God doesn’t limit us… Why do we limit Him? Asks Thom Harrison


Thom Harrison: People Who Say, “I Have This Diagnosis, But I am NOT My Diagnosis”… Get Better!