DEVELOPING HEALTHY CONNECTION:
Healthy Conversation, Healthy Sexuality, 
Healthy Families, Healthy Communities, Healthy Living

Developing healthy connection is an important and effective way to address the harms of pornography. Let’s come together to learn how to develop our friend and family relationships in a way that will help us to overcome the effects of pornography.  Don’t miss this exceptional day of insight and community.

Join us on Saturday,

March 28, 2020

Ticket Prices:

Student 25 & under: $10

Adult: $20

Adult + CEU Credit: $35

Please note:

  • Tickets cannot be refunded.
  • Ticket prices will increase by $5 on the day of the conference.
  • Parking at the Salt Palace is not included in the price of the ticket.  We encourage you to ride TRAX.  Salt Palace parking generally costs about $12.

Event Details:

Saturday, March 28, 2020

9:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Parking & Location

We will be at the Salt Palace in rooms 155, 255, and 355.  These rooms are located on the northernmost side of the Salt Palace, off of South Temple. Registration will take place on the mezzanine level between 155 and 255.  The closest parking lot is the Salt Palace West Lot.  Information and maps can be found here: https://www.visitsaltlake.com/salt-palace-convention-center/attend-meetings/parking/ There is a TRAX station in easy walking distance.

Salt Palace Convention Center
Room 255
100 South West Temple
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101

Do you want to attend the conference for free?  Look below to volunteer at the conference.  

Opening Keynote Speaker:

Sharon Eubank

President, Latter-day Saint Charities

Established in 1985, Latter-day Saint Charities responds to natural disasters, conflict displacement, food insecurity, the health and safety of children and challenges for persons with disabilities. Ms. Eubank joined Latter-day Saint Charities in 1998 after experiences in federal government, small business, and education. Her work helped women qualify for jobs or start small businesses. She also expanded the wheelchair training program. For nine years she headed the Middle East/Africa North regional office. As president, Ms. Eubank provides strategic leadership and support to the seventeen regional offices of Latter-day Saint Charities. Additionally, in 2017, Ms. Eubank was appointed to the Relief Society general presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is the Church’s women’s organization, serving seven million women members in 162 countries.

Closing Keynote Speaker:

Collin Kartcher

Save the Kids

The #1 way kids today are first being exposed to pornography is not on pornography websites– but on social media apps like Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok and video games. Recent research done by Collin shows these apps target porn to kids to hook the next generations of users. Still, parents continue to hand their children untethered access to smart phones at a younger and younger age. Handing children smart phones is like handing them a venomous snake. How then are parents getting mad when their kid gets bit? Our culture of shaming must end, and parents need to wake up to the long-term damage unmonitored smart phone access will have on their children.

Collin Kartchner created a popular parody Instagram account simply to poke fun at social media, and used that account to raise awareness of the harmful effects social media can have on our self-esteem and self-worth. Instead of using his large following to earn paid sponsorship dollars, he used his platform to raise $100,000 for hurricane victims, cancer kids, and now has become a social activist raising awareness of social media’s effect on teen mental health. He travels the country speaking to kids, parents, educators and more on the connection between social media and screen addiction, and the epidemic rise in teen anxiety, depression, and suicidality. This past year, Collin has presented to 300,000+ individuals at over 500 speaking engagements. His movement to #SavetheKids has gained national attention, earning him a spot on Utah Valley’s Top 40 Under 40, an audience at the NIKE and Adidas Headquarters, and a spot on the TEDx stage in September 2018. Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes said that “Collin is a WARRIOR for our kids.” He and his high school crush Elizabeth live in Pleasant Grove, UT, with their 4 amazing un-plugged kids.

Speakers & Presentations

Double Dose of Shame: Female Pornography Addiction – Lacy A. Bentley

Double Dose of Shame: Female Pornography Addiction – Lacy A. Bentley

TEEN SESSION: LIVE #irl – Collin Kartchner

TEEN SESSION: LIVE #irl – Collin Kartchner

Connecting with Your Body, Mind, & Soul Through Yoga – Katy Willis

Connecting with Your Body, Mind, & Soul Through Yoga – Katy Willis

Building Porn Resilient Families in a Digital World – Amy Adams & Hillary Wilkinson

Building Porn Resilient Families in a Digital World – Amy Adams & Hillary Wilkinson

Spiritual Roots of Attachment, Connection, and the Power of Relationships in Recovery – Dan Gray

Spiritual Roots of Attachment, Connection, and the Power of Relationships in Recovery – Dan Gray

Healthy Connection After Betrayal – Sherie Adams Christensen

Healthy Connection After Betrayal – Sherie Adams Christensen

“CHOOSE IN” to Saving YOU: Healing the Trauma of Betrayal – Roxanne Kennedy-Granata

“CHOOSE IN” to Saving YOU: Healing the Trauma of Betrayal – Roxanne Kennedy-Granata

What is Your Partner REALLY Saying? Using the Language of Empathy to Crack the Code of Communication in Recovery – Tyler Patrick & Brannon Patrick

What is Your Partner REALLY Saying? Using the Language of Empathy to Crack the Code of Communication in Recovery – Tyler Patrick & Brannon Patrick

Guidance for Parents: How to Support a Child Caught in Pornography – Karen Broadhead

Guidance for Parents: How to Support a Child Caught in Pornography – Karen Broadhead

Understanding Bounderies through the Lens of Self-Compassion – Rhyll Croshaw & Becky Moller

Understanding Bounderies through the Lens of Self-Compassion – Rhyll Croshaw & Becky Moller

How Emotional Health Heals Porn Addiction – Sathiya Sam

How Emotional Health Heals Porn Addiction – Sathiya Sam

How to Rebuild Trust after the Trauma of Disclosure (The Addict’s Perspective) – Steven Croshaw & Nathan Moller

How to Rebuild Trust after the Trauma of Disclosure (The Addict’s Perspective) – Steven Croshaw & Nathan Moller

TEEN SESSION: Multi-Generational Connection: The Inoculation that Will Defeat the Plague of Pornography – Andrew Russell

TEEN SESSION: Multi-Generational Connection: The Inoculation that Will Defeat the Plague of Pornography – Andrew Russell

Raising Strong Kids in a Porn Culture – Dina Alexander

Raising Strong Kids in a Porn Culture – Dina Alexander

Teaching Children Healthy Sexuality – Christy Kane

Teaching Children Healthy Sexuality – Christy Kane

TEEN SESSION: Consider Before Consuming: Helping Teens Make Informed Decisions On Porn – Garrett Jonsson (Fight the New Drug)

TEEN SESSION: Consider Before Consuming: Helping Teens Make Informed Decisions On Porn – Garrett Jonsson (Fight the New Drug)

The Truth Will Set You Free: How to Structure a Formal Disclosure – Geoff Steurer

The Truth Will Set You Free: How to Structure a Formal Disclosure – Geoff Steurer

Can a City Be Free from Pornography? – Letitia Shelton

Can a City Be Free from Pornography? – Letitia Shelton

VOLUNTEER WITH US!

Do you want to attend the conference for free?  We can’t do this without you. We do everything we can to keep the conference accessible to everyone. In order to do that, we need your help to make the conference successful. Volunteer and receive a free t-shirt and free admission!  You can choose the job and the time you like on our list.
Volunteer sign-up open now!

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Who is the UCAP Conference for?

Leaders

Community leaders making decisions that create respectful, family-friendly communities. Church leaders inspiring people to rise above their challenges. Educators ensuring safe schools and teaching smart Internet use. Health professionals helping people heal from the damaging impact of pornography. Law enforcement connecting the dots between pornography and crime in our communities.

Families

Parents preparing children to safely turn away from pornography when they see it. Family members committed to support each other as they face the challenges of today’s media. Fighters determined to find recovery for themselves and their loved ones. Families using technology to restrict the reach of harmful content. Grandparents teaching positive values to keep their families safe and happy.

Advocates

Teens standing for freedom from distorted and damaging sexualized media. Young adults taking charge of the influence of media on their relationships and their life. Friends helping friends live happier lives free from pornography. Citizens raising awareness of the public health crisis of pornography in our society and leading community actions that make a difference.

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