New Book by Dr. Lisa Vallejos

The Rocky Mountain Humanistic Counseling and Psychological Association wishes to congratulate RMHCPA Member Lisa Vallejos on the publication of her new book:

Shattered, How Everything Comes Together When It All Falls Apart chronicles the transformational journey of one mother, psychologist, and researcher who found the courage to truly live while grappling with the diagnosis of her child with a life-limiting congenital heart defect.

Written as a memoir (with the backing of a lot of solid research), this book offers an intimate journey of a parent facing the unthinkable—the possibility of outliving their child. Author Lisa Vallejos takes the reader along the journey as she experienced it firsthand. Ranging from despair to triumph, this book shows how facing death can truly be an invitation to live. Using both anecdotal experiences and established psychological research, Vallejos makes a case for trauma as a tool of transformation.

This heart-wrenching and passionate portrayal of the potent human spirit to overcome incredible odds and to achieve triumph, no matter the circumstances, is a beacon to anyone who has suffered, felt lost, or has been buckled under the weight of an irrevocable life altering experience.

Can be purchased here: https://www.amazon.com/Shattered-Lisa-Vallejos/dp/1612969283

Call for Papers: First Annual Rocky Mountain Humanistic Counseling & Psychological Association Conference

Call for Papers
Rocky Mountain Humanistic Counseling & Psychological Association
First Annual Conference

Being Fully Human in the 21st Century

February 9-10, 2018
Naropa University
Boulder Colorado

The Rocky Mountain Humanistic Counseling and Psychological Association (RMHCPA) is seeking submissions for its first annual conference. The theme of the conference is Being Fully Human in the 21st Century. We invite submissions on a broad range of topics relevant to humanistic, existential, and transpersonal psychology. Preferential review will be given to proposals consistent with the conference theme. Symposiums, paper presentations, experiential trainings, and poster sessions will be considered.

We are working to provide Approved Continuing Education Credits/Units for Licensed Psychologists and Licensed Professional Counselors. Proposals designed for continuing education are encouraged.

RMHCPA will provide a student poster award for the best student poster. All student posters for which all authors are students will be considered.

Proposals must be submitted by Wednesday, November 15, 2017.

 

To submit a proposal, see the Call for Papers on our website: Call for Papers