Founders Session: Terryl Warner

Jun 10, 2024

In this week’s episode, join us for an informative conversation with Terryl Warner, PHD about trauma and social media.

Founders Sessions: a series where Paz Wellness co-founders Ryan Stolworthy and Esterlee Molyneux delve deep into the intersection of faith and mental health. Join us as we bring you insightful interviews with speakers from last year’s Faith Summit on Mental Health.

A little information about Terryl:

Terryl Warner is the Director of Victim Services Programs at the Cache County Attorney’s Office in Logan, Utah.After graduating from USC, Terryl served an LDS mission to Costa Rica. She and her husband Alan moved to Cache Valley as he pursued his education at Utah State University and they raised their four kids in Hyrum. Terryl has a PhD in Psychology with an emphasis in Trauma and Grief.

As a crisis victim advocate for more than a quarter of a century, Terryl helps children, adults and families who are experiencing trauma; she makes sure they understand the legal system and that their voices are heard throughout the process. From fatalities and child abuse to domestic violence and sexual assault, Terryl has worked on a myriad of cases involving victims of crime.

She has been on Oprah, Good Morning America and is featured in Pulitzer Prize winner Matt Richtel’s book, “A Deadly Wandering” – a book about Terryl’s pursuit of justice in a fatal texting and driving crash where two rocket scientists were killed on SR 30, Terryl is passionate about helping victims of crime in their darkest hours. Terryl worked with President Barack Obama’s staff to pass a “No Texting and Driving” policy for all people who work under federal programs and grants. Every agency in the country that receives federal funds must sign this policy that their staff will not text and drive.

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