Markham McReynolds

Markham McReynolds, LMFT

Sons of Helaman
Men of Moroni

Utah, Online

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Markham McReynolds, LMFT

Markham is the oldest son of Kevin and Karla McReynolds. He was born in Salt Lake City was raised in both New Mexico and Layton, Utah, where he graduated from Layton High School in 1999. He served a LDS Mission in Warsaw, Poland from 2000-2002 and completed his Bachelor’s program majoring in Philosophy with a broad academic background including medical and business coursework.

Markham has built a diverse background of mentoring others including:

–Boy Scout organization- Earned his Eagle Scout at age fourteen and served as assistant Scoutmaster.

–Religious training – Serving a mission and served as Branch President and one year of training for professional religion educators at the University of Utah LDS institute.

–Higher Education – Created and funded a student group designed to bring public speakers campus at the University of Utah including Patch Adams. Managing editor of Utah’s Health Medical Journal 2004-2005. Oversaw all aspects of peer reviewed health journal for the state of Utah. Led workshops for other board members. Teaches Sales, Leadership and computer courses at Latter-day Saint Business College.

–Professional- Ten years as a successful salesperson and marketing expert.

Markham is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.

He has completed his Masters of Art in Marriage and Family Therapy and is a Member of the International honor society for Marriage and Family Therapists.

Working toward National Certification in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy proven to help with trauma and reactive attachment disorder in young people.

He specializes in serving and empowering teenagers, parents and couples.

Works with children, teenagers, parents, couples, & families. Specializing in trauma in children, anxiety, depression, sleep issues, adoption issues, troubled youth, Autism and related neurological disorders.

Other areas he works with include: Anxiety, Depression, Sleep issues, adoption issues and how they affect entire families, troubled youth, Autism and related neurological disorders.