Mental health resources for the Mormon community

Mission Statement

The Mormon Mental Health Association (MMHA) is a secular professional association for mental health providers, educators, and researchers who offer ethical, research-based, and culturally competent services and information to persons along the continuum of involvement in and commitment to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and churches connected to the restoration movement of Joseph Smith, and to those who identify with the broader Mormon cultural experience.    

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Our Strategy


Help connect ethical, culturally sensitive clinicians and persons seeking such providers through a referral list.


Advocate for evidence-based, best therapeutic practices, church policies, research endeavors, and social justice initiatives that support positive mental health for Mormons.

Continuing Education

Provide professionals with opportunities for continuing education in cultural competence when working with people with a Mormon background.

Research & Collaboration

Support research efforts and professional collaboration among MMHA members.

Join Our 2023 Annual Conference

Join others to get professional insights and training on current issues occurring in the Mormon community.

Become a

See what an MMHA Membership includes.

Find a

Find a provider that will work best for your needs.

Annual Conference

Learn more about our last conference held on July 27-28th, 2023.

Community Resources

Take a look at some links to helpful community resources.

MMHA Annual Conference

Influencing the Influencer:
Media, Mormon Culture, and Mental Health

August 1-2, 2024