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Hannah Parmelee, MS


Hannah Parmelee is the former director of the Relationship IQ ministry at the Boone Center for the Family, Pepperdine University. Hannah has a master's degree in marriage and family therapy from Fuller Theological Seminary, a bachelor's degree in psychology from Pepperdine, and has extensive training and certification in a number of psycho-educational programs, including Prepare/Enrich, Christian PREP, Family Dynamics, Family Well, and PICK. Hannah is the author of the Relationship IQ Leader's Manual and the trains church leaders who work with young adults. Hannah has a passion for talking with young adults about their relationship with God and others, and equipping leaders to begin similar life-transforming conversations. Her presentations are highly interactive, practical, informative, and relatable. All of Hannah's presentations integrate faith with psychology, and practical application with research and academic studies. While specializing in young adult relationships and leadership skills, Hannah also speaks on marriage, parenting, spiritual development, intergenerational relationships, faith integration, women's issues, and family ministry at retreats, conferences, church events, workshops, meetings, and small groups. She and her husband, Jay, have been married since 2002 and thoroughly enjoy watching their three daughters grow in faith and relationships.

Sample Presentation Topics:

  • Connecting the Church and Young Adults
  • Developing Meaningful Friendships in Every Life Stage
  • Dating and Cohabitation
  • Effective Communication and Conflict Resolution in Relationships
  • What About Sex?
  • Technology and Relationships
  • Servant Leadership Among Young Adults
  • Leadership Skills for Mentors, Small Group Facilitators, and Presenters
  • Living a Transformed Life
  • Parenting Young Adults
  • Celebrating Your Differences in Marriage
  • Parenting Towards God
  • Intergenerational Connection

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Hannah Parmelee, MS