Interface “Faces” a Fond Farewell…
Dear Interface Participants, Volunteers, Presenters, Donors, Colleagues and Friends,
It’s time to bid adieu. After taking pause this past year to reflect and further evaluate the feasibility and logistics of continuing Interface and it’s mission, we concluded that it may be best to find closure as we reach the end of 2022. It took many administrative hours and volunteer efforts to create and run our events. Priorities have changed and our personal and professional needs continue to evolve over time. Since Covid, we have all become familiar with and gained access to a wealth of outstanding online content as well.
The Interface leadership wishes to extend our sincere gratitude to all of you who attended our monthly programs over the many decades. Your interest and contribution made Interface a grand success!
From the early beginnings at the Boulder Psychiatric Institute in the late 70’s, Interface provided a unique opportunity for clergy and clinicians to come together collaboratively, sharing gems of wisdom that both touched our personal lives and enhanced our work serving the Boulder community.
Do you remember which Interface programs you attended?
Click HERE to view a photo collage of the many outstanding presentations over the past twenty years. Then click on individual photos to read more about those events. Browse through our history of presentations over four decades HERE. Comments of your fond memories appreciated!
We invite you to continue carrying Interface’s mission of blending the gifts of spirituality and mental health wellbeing into your life and work in the world. Best wishes and blessings to you all.
-The Interface Board
Interface has featured inspiring monthly presentations and dialogues exploring the interface of spirituality with the helping professions. Since 1977, psychotherapists, counselors, clergy, spiritual teachers, educators, doctors, authors, community leaders, healers and others have spoken at this popular Boulder, Colorado institution. Interface programs have been open to the public and all were welcome to attend. We are a 501(c). Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.