Symmetry Solutions Strategies

Symmetry Solutions Strategies February 19, 2020

Symmetry Solutions Strategies is a 15-30 minutes Q&A/discussion session with a group of Symmetry Solutions providers.

We hope to get together most Fridays on Facebook to answer questions, pass along helpful mental health information and provide ways providers at Symmetry Solutions can be of assistance. You can submit questions  through a private message on Facebook.

On Friday February 14th, Jenny Elledge and I  were talking about foster/adoptive kids and whether or not church is a safe place to integrate them into.

Feel free to share your thoughts on this Facebook post or Facebook Messenger especially if you have personal experience with these issues.

Please feel free to contact us with a question you’d like answered  on the Facebook post or you’re always welcome to private message me.

Be sure to “like” our page so you can get alerted to the next time we are on live.
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Symmetry Solutions Strategies

Symmetry Solutions Strategies… feel free to interact and ask us questions along the way…

Posted by Symmetry Solutions on Friday, February 14, 2020

Natasha Helfer Parker, LCMFT, CST, CSTS can be reached at and runs an online practice, Symmetry Solutions, which focuses on helping families and individuals with faith concerns, sexuality and mental health. She hosts the Mormon Mental Health and Mormon Sex InfoPodcasts, is the current past president of the Mormon Mental Health Association and runs a sex education program, Sex Talk with Natasha. She has over 20 years of experience working with primarily an LDS/Mormon clientele.

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