Email: Mark.Butler@BYU.edu
Office: 2063 JFSB
Phone: 801-422-8786
Mark Butler, Professor

Department: Family Life

Vita

Education

  • Ph.D., Texas Tech University, 1996
  • M.S., Brigham Young University, 1990
  • B.A., Brigham Young University, 1986

Publication Info

  • Mark Heber Butler, Kierea C. Meloy, Matthew L. Call (2015). Dismantling Powerlessness in Addiction: Empowering Recovery through Rehabilitating Behavioral Learning. Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention.
  • Mark Heber Butler, Matthew L. Call, Kierea C. Meloy, Spencer T. Zitzman (2014). Deconstructing Mechanisms of Powerlessness for Clients Seeking Recovery: Learning to Be Powerless Over Addiction. Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention.
  • Mark Heber Butler, Laura G. Hall, Jeremy B Yorgason (2013). The Paradoxical Relation of the Expression of Offense to Forgiving: A Survey of Therapists’ Conceptualizations. American Journal of Family Therapy.
  • Mark Heber Butler, James M Harper, Cari B. Mitchell (2011). A Comparison of Attachment Outcomes in Enactment-Based vs. Therapist-Centered Therapy Process Modalities in Couple Therapy. Family Process.
  • Mark Heber Butler, Andrew S. Brimhall (2011). A Primer on the Evolution of Therapeutic Engagement in MFT: Understanding and Resolving the Dialectic Tension of Alliance and Neutrality. Part 1--Retrospective: The Evolution of Neutrality. American Journal of Family Therapy.
  • Mark Heber Butler, Andrew S. Brimhall, James M Harper (2011). A Primer on the Evolution of Therapeutic Engagement in MFT: Understanding and Resolving the Dialectic Tension of Alliance and Neutrality. Part 2--Recommendations: Dynamic Neutrality through Multipartiality and Enactments. American Journal of Family Therapy.
  • Mark Heber Butler (2010). Spiritual Exodus: A Latter-day Saint Guide to Recovery from Behavioral Addiction.
  • Brandt C. Gardner, Mark Heber Butler (2009). Enacting Relationships in MFT: The Empirical, Theoretical, and Clinical Case for Incorporating Enactments as Common Factors in the Best Practice Model. Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy.
  • Mark Heber Butler, James M Harper, Ryan B. Seedall (2009). Facilitated Disclosure vs. Clinical Accommodation of Infidelity Secrets: An Early Pivot Point in Couple Therapy. Part 1: Couple Relationship Ethics and Pragmatics. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy.
  • Mark Heber Butler, Spencer T. Zitzman (2009). Wives' Experience of Husbands' Pornography Use and Concomitant Deception as an Attachment Threat in the Adult Pair-Bond Relationship. Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention.