Interface fosters a vibrant learning community of helping professionals and spiritual leaders who are committed to the psychological and spiritual flourishing of the people we serve.

Every month, we feature inspiring presentations and dialogues exploring the interface of spirituality with the helping professions. Since 1977, psychotherapists, clergy, educators, doctors, authors, community leaders, healers and others have spoken at this popular Boulder, Colorado institution. These talks are open to the public and all are welcome to attend.

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Starting October 21st, 2015, all monthly Interface programs will be hosted at:
Mental Health Partners: Ryan Wellness Center
1000 Alpine, 2nd Floor Conference Room

Boulder CO 80304


7:15am: Sign-in/Pay: Coffee, tea
7:30 – 8:45am: Program
9 – 10am: AfterThoughts: Discussion & Networking


Our Next Presentation:

The Invisible Psychological and Spiritual Impacts of Racism

racism3September 16th, 2015

Note: Special Location for This Event Only! 

St. Andrew Presbyterian Church
3700 Baseline Road
Boulder CO 80303

$10 Suggested Donation, collected at the door
(No one turned away for lack of funds)

Download Event Flyer Here

Robert Atwell, Psy.D. Psychologist, former president of the Association of Black PsychologistsHolly Fulton, MAT, MAEducator, diversity trainer, former board member, Coming to the Table BoardDeb Piranian, Ph.D.Associate Professor and Transpersonal Wilderness Therapy Concentration Coordinator, Graduate School of Counseling and Psychology, Naropa UniversityKenny WileyDirector of Faith Formation, Prairie Unitarian Universalist Church, Parker, CO, Co-Chair Black Lives Matter 5280With special appearance by Norma JohnsonHealer, poet/writer, performing artist, speaker and facilitatorAbout The Presentation Recent tragic events have once again brought racism into the spotlight of mainstream America. Every few weeks, we learn of another horrific act of violence perpetrated against black Americans. But racism isn’t just about sporadic acts of … Continue reading