Front Porch Lecture Series

The Front Porch Lecture Series provides therapeutic training opportunities for psychotherapists, counselors, and other professionals who assist adults, children, and families.


The Lecture Series’ goal is to bring cutting-edge research findings and integrate those findings into  clinical practice to enhance the Boulder professional’s knowledge, expertise, and skills. National and international speakers are invited to speak at these lectures.

TBD (September)
Arietta Slade, PhD

Nov 22, 2014
10 Things to Explore on the Road to Discovering Dissociative Processes in Your Casework
By Richard Chefetz, MD

Oct 24, 2014
Healing the Traumatized Self: Consciousness, Neuroscience, Treatment
By Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD

Sep 12, 2014
Trials and Tribulations in Treating Patients with Addictions
By Michael Levin, MD

April 11, 2014
Attachment and the Inner World: Actively Using Attachment Theory in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
By Jeremy Holmes, MD, FRCPsych, BCP

Nov 23, 2013
Psychotherapy with Dissociative Patients
By Richard Chefetz & Kathryn Chefetz

Oct 4, 2013
On Being the Young Child in a 50/50 Era: Research and Developmental Perspectives on Shared Parenting after Separation
By Jennifer Macintosh

Sep 20, 2013
Relational Trauma, Attachment Disturbance, and Personality Style: Therapeutic Implications of Different Developmental Narratives
By Nancy McWilliams

April 12, 2013
Toward an Embodied Self: Attachment, Dissociation and EMDR
By Ulrich Lanius

Aug 3, 2012
Infant Research and Adult Treatment: Videotaping Mother-Infant Interactions and Videotaping the Analyst’s Face
By Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D.

May 18, 2012
Encountering the Implicit Self in Psychotherapy: Intersubjective and Neuropsychological Underpinnings to Knowing the Other
By Efrat Ginot, Ph.D

April 29, 2011
Understanding Attachment Theory: Views from the Inside and Out
By Sir Richard Bowlby

View Previous Lectures (1999-2010)