Jed Anderson, ACMHC
As a therapist and coach Jed has always been passionate about helping people who are stuck in addiction. For Jed, The greatest reward as a therapist is seeing people find hope and peace through recovery work and through healing the attachments with self, God, spouse and others. Jed received his Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Argosy University in Draper Utah. His undergraduate schooling was completed at Utah Valley University where he majored in Behavioral Science and Business Management. In addition to working with people who struggle with sexual addiction, Jed has worked with children and teens in foster and adoptive care who were struggling to overcome attachment issues. Jed’s favorite things to do include golf, basketball, camping & cheering for BYU Football and the Utah Jazz. He loves being a husband to a wonderful wife and father to four great kids.
KayLee Dunn, CSW
KayLee Dunn graduated from Brigham Young University where she obtained her Master’s Degree in Social Work. KayLee previously worked for LDS Family Services, Wasatch Mental Health, and the Utah County Crisis Line. KayLee has counseled individuals and couples with sexual addiction/compulsion, depression, anxiety, marital issues, and trauma. KayLee enjoys camping, fishing, hiking, and spending time with her husband and dog.
E. Guerry & Elsebeth Green – Clinical Consultants
Elsebeth Green, LCSW, RPT-S, EM
Elsebeth has worked with children and families for the last 16 years and specializes in relationships, attachment, and trauma. She has worked at the Division of Child and Family Services as a family
preservation worker, at the Youth and Family Centered Services as their Family Services Director, and the Utah Foster Care Foundation where she trained foster and adoptive families for Western Region. Finally, in 2004, along with her husband, Guerry, and business partner, Collette, she opened the Green House Center for Growth and Learning, where she serves as the Clinical Director. Elsebeth enjoys presenting on a variety of topics professionally and as a volunteer in the community. She is the proud mother of six and the grandmother of 7.
E. Guerry Green, LCSW
With a Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Social Work from BYU, Guerry specializes in the dynamics of addiction as it impacts relationships and attachment within family systems. Guerry has worked with the Division of Child and Family Services as a family preservation worker and child protective services worker, and he was the Adult Clinical Director at The Gathering Place before he became co-owner of the GreenHouse Center in fall of 2004.Guerry has been extensively involved with the LDS Family Services Addiction Recovery Program, assisting with the writing of the original Guidebook, as well as being a past facilitator at ARP support groups. He and Elsebeth have also recently been involved with a committee working on a new Addiction Recovery manual for family members of addicts. His (and his family’s) personal recovery from addiction is an important part of his skill set as a therapist. He is married to Elsebeth and they have 6 children, 5 grandchildren and 2 dogs. Originally from Chattanooga, Tennessee, Guerry is a Marine Corps veteran and enjoys staying in touch with old friends and classmates. Tennis, Golf, Family History research and learning to play the drums are some of his hobbies and interests.
Steven & Rhyll Crowshaw – 12 Step Consultants
Steven Croshaw is the co-founder and President of SA Lifeline Foundation. The foundation is active in providing information and education to those impacted by pornography and sexual addiction. He is a commercial real estate agent and real estate developer. He served as a Founding Trustee and Chair of the Board if Trustees of Utah Festival Opera Company in Logan, Utah in 1993 and 1994. He is married to Rhyll Croshaw and they have seven children and has fourteen grandchildren. You can reach Steven Croshaw at email@example.com
Rhyll Croshaw is the author of What Can I Do About Me? She is also the co-founder, Vice President and Executive Director of SA Lifeline Foundation. The foundation is active in providing information and education to those impacted by pornography and sexual addiction. She is a music teacher, and student at BYU studying Marriage and Family Relations. She has interned in the area of sexual addiction recovery. She has been a speaker at numerous women’s conferences. She is married to Steven Croshaw and is mother of four sons and three daughters and has fourteen grandchildren.
You can reach Rhyll Croshaw at firstname.lastname@example.org