INMI Offering Mental Health Sessions

Holding Your Center in Anxious Times

Featuring Jerry Ruhl and Roland Evans

We live in a time of tumultuous social, political, and psychological upheaval. How do we manage anxiety, heal moral injury, and sustain a healthy center in these times? Come to an inspirational and liberating program that will help you hold your center—individually, in relationships, and in community. Presented by the Interfaith Network on Mental Illness (INMI).

No-Cost PRESENTATION for the Public: 
Thursday, November 21st from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

No-Cost WORKSHOP for Mental Health Professionals/Clergy/Faith Leaders:
Friday, November 22nd from 9:00 am to noon
(Registration requested for workshop: www.inmi.us/events)

Location: Boulder Adventist Church
345 Mapleton Ave., Boulder, CO 


 Jerry M. Ruhl, PhD
Jerry M. Ruhl, PhD

Jerry M. Ruhl, PhD, is a psychologist, teacher, and author living in Colorado.  He served for six years as Executive Director of The Jung Center in Houston. He also served as educator, consultant, and psychologist in residence at the Institute for Spirituality and Health in Houston.  Dr. Ruhl is the co-author with Robert A. Johnson of three books:  “Living Your Unlived Life;” “Contentment: A Way to True Happiness;” and “Balancing Heaven and Earth.”


 Roland Evans
Roland Evans

Roland Evans is a psychotherapist, writer and teacher in Boulder, Colorado. Roland was an Adjunct Professor at Naropa University for 16 years, teaching courses on psychology, psychotherapy and systems thinking. His publications include, “Seeking Wholeness: Insights into the Mystery of Experience” (2001) and “Spirituality and Relationship in Later Life” in Jung and Aging (2014), coauthored with Dr. Jerry Ruhl.

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