Dr. John Garrett is originally from Glendale, California. He served an LDS Mission to Chile, South America. He lettered on the BYU Varsity Track Team and competed in the World Games held in Helsinki, Finland. He graduated from Brigham Young University located in Provo, Utah with a Bachelor's Degree in Education and Spanish. He earned his Master's degree also from Brigham Young University in Counseling and Guidance. He also completed his Doctorate degree from Nova University located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in Early Childhood. He completed post-doctoral certification training at the Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy, The Reese Institute of Massage Therapy, and also through specialized training in Emotional Freedom Techniques, Quantum-Touch, Meditation, Laughter Yoga, Reflexology, Aromatherapy, and Tai-Chi & Chi-Gong. He has also served as an LDS Branch President, Transient Bishop, Chaplain, Church Service Missionary, on the BYU Stake High Council, and presently serves as an Ordinance Worker in the Provo Temple. He is the Co-Director of the Garrett Mission Clinic located in Springville, Utah with his wife Jacquelyn Garrett. One of his favorite quotes is by Elder John H. Groberg: "We came to this earth charged with a mission: to learn to love and serve one another."