About The Author
As therapist, writer, teacher, and workshop leader, Carolyn Hobbs has spent over twenty years teaching clients, couples, and students the path to consciousness and joy. With candid humor, deep insight, and loving compassion, she gently guides people through the sometimes scary and overwhelming places of human conditioning to embrace their wise, mature Being Selves.
A licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Hobbs has a Body-Centered Therapy practice in Durango, Colorado. She holds a master’s degree in Humanistic Psychology and has trained intensively with Gay and Kathlyn Hendricks, Ph.D.s, co-authors of Conscious Loving, Conscious Heart, and Lasting Love. She has taught a graduate course in Somatics at Naropa Institute in Boulder, CO, and taught Transpersonal Psychology at Ft. Lewis College in Durango, CO. In addition, she has published articles in Personal Transformation magazine and AHP Perspective (the international journal of the Assn. For Humanistic Psychologists). Hobbs has devoted her adult life to the path of consciousness, focusing on Buddhist studies and meditation, Breathwork, Bioenergetics, Feldenkrais work, dance therapy and body-centered therapies. She lives in southwest Colorado.