Interface 2016-2017 -OUR 40TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY! 

Every month, Interface features inspiring presentations and dialogues exploring the interface of spirituality with the helping professions.

Since 1977, psychotherapists, counselors, 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.

7:15am: Check-in, Coffee/tea
7:30 – 9:45am:
Featured Program


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 2016-17 Programs held on the 3rd Friday of each month.
Co-sponsored and Hosted by: NUWordmark_Purple

Graduate School of Counseling and Psychology
Paramita Campus, Virya Room
3285 30th St, Boulder CO 80301

Our Next Presentation:

Understanding Historical Trauma: How American Indian Communities Are Changing the Legacy

January 20th, 2017

7:15am: Check-in, Coffee/tea
7:30-9:45am: Featured Program


Elicia Goodsoldier Co-Chair, Denver American Indian CommissionIn this session, participants will gain an understanding of the concept of Historical and Intergenerational Trauma in American Indian communities. We will take a look at how our nation’s history of federal policies has shaped the lives of American Indians, with a more detailed focus on the boarding school experience. Through this history, we will see why American Indian communities have higher rates of suicide, alcoholism and violence than the rest of the country. Continue reading