Young Adult Relationships: Dating & Marriage in the Porn Era

Sean Musil and Panel

The impact of pornography on relationships is one of young adult’s greatest concerns regarding this issue. This panel will share ideas for getting it out in the open with compassion and honesty.

Panel members:


Sean Musil, CEO and Founder of The Freedom Journey, a nonprofit aiming to help those impacted by pornography addiction move to greater levels of freedom. Sean also currently serves on the UCAP Advisory Council.

 

 

Alex Musil is a young woman who cares about people. She married Sean in 2014. She hasn’t been directly impacted by pornography, however, since Sean has a past with pornography (which was all before they started dating) the two of them have many safe guards put in place to ensure continued trust and openness. They both live in Davis County, and have a 2-year-old Shiba Inu dog, named Bear.

 

 

Rachel Denton has her undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University in Early Child Education and Child Development. She is starting her Masters degree in Social Work next fall. Rachel is currently working as an intern for Fight the New Drug, is on the Advisory Council for UCAP and speaks at firesides about pornography and relationships all around Utah Valley. Rachel is from Portland, Oregon and is the oldest of five children.

 

 

 

Marcus Vanderholm is an American Studies major at Brigham Young University, with minors in French and Business Management. He has worked in two nonprofit organizations on various projects that relate to anti-pornography and pro-decency work (Citizens for Decency and Reach 10), including research, event planning, state-level legislation, and curriculum development. Marcus enjoys distance running, singing, hiking, and playing basketball with his brothers.

 

 

 

Panel Moderator: Dr. Adam M. Moore is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. He is assistant director of Brigham Young University’s comprehensive clinic and clinical director of Utah Valley Counseling, where he almost exclusively specializes in treating pornography and sex addiction. He frequently works helping people through the effects of extramarital affairs. Dr. Moore has taught at Brigham Young University, Utah Valley University, and Argosy University. He is the recipient of two research awards from the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and is currently President-Elect of that organization. He has published papers in academic journals with a national readership and presented at conferences on topics related to marriage and family therapy in California, Tennessee, Oregon, and Utah.

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