Denver, Colo., Mar 13, 2011 / 17:24 pm
A conference for Catholic workers in the field of psychotherapy is slated to draw nearly 200 people to Denver. The numbers show an “incredible need” for Catholic therapists to network, fellowship and “understand the faith” together, said organizer Dr. Christina Lynch.
The 2nd annual conference, sponsored by the Catholic Psychotherapy Association, will be held March 25-26 at the Pope John Paul II Center at the Archdiocese of Denver.
The two-day event features talks, workshops and opportunities for networking. Its theme for this year’s conference is: “Implementing the Catholic Faith into Your Practice: Psychotherapy in the Service of the Church.”
Noted speakers include three Colorado bishops: Denver’s Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, Auxiliary Bishop of Denver James D. Conley, and Colorado Springs’ Bishop Michael J. Sheridan.