Located in: Lindon, Utah
Connie H Perrett combines a farm girl childhood, raised in South Central Utah, with a world-traveled military background on top of a strong service orientation. After serving a mission to Japan for the LDS church, she earned her LPN, and trained and worked in psychiatry while serving in the U.S. Army with her husband, Patrick. Living everywhere from Germany to Canada to South Carolina and Colorado while adding five children to their family, Connie and Patrick settled in Utah in 1999.
Connie continued to excell at mothering, cheering on her husband’s and sons’ avid hockey playing, volunteering in various schools and community venues, as well as establishing the Heart to Home Foundation, Utah’s own extreme charity home makeover organization, where she served as project manager and mural artist. Connie is an accomplished artist and musician. She graduated from the Institute of Healing Arts in 2011, and began as a teacher/trainer in 2012. In her own words, “I was introduced to IHA thanks to a neighbor, and fell in love with the Process. I was completely enchanted with its remarkable power to facilitate healing and change lives. It seemed to me to be the perfect marriage of my training in Nursing, Psychiatry, and Life’s School of Hard Knocks.” Connie continues to teach at IHA, as well as see private clients in her office on site.