D. Reed Hendricks received his Masters Degree in Social Work at Eastern Washington University in 1983. In addition, he completed all but his dissertation in a doctoral program in Counseling Psychology at Brigham Young University. His clinical work has included work with LDS Social Services, the Behavioral Health Center, and 17 years of either part time or full time private practice. He has been at the BYU Idaho Counseling Center since the fall of 1998.
Brother Hendricks professional assignments have included working with a wide range of mental health issues, with a more recent focus of providing treatment for sexual addictions. He started a treatment program at BYU-I in 1999 to address compulsive sexual behaviors, and does individual, group, and couples work related to that area of concern. He has professional memberships with AMCAP, and the ACA.
He and his wife Lynette have 5 children who are all married. There are a growing number of grandchildren which he enjoys. He spends time hiking, riding his motorcycle on scenic drives, hunting upland game with his prize dog, and values his deep and enduring friendships.