Julia B. Colwell

Psychologist Julia B. Colwell, PhD, has spent over three decades exploring relationship dynamics with individuals, couples, and groups. The author of The Relationship Skills Workbook: A Do-It-Yourself Guide to a Thriving Relationship (Sounds True, October 2014), she is the founder of the Boulder Center for Conscious Community. Julie is proud…

Psychologist Julia B. Colwell, PhD, has spent over three decades exploring relationship dynamics with individuals, couples, and groups. The author of The Relationship Skills Workbook: A Do-It-Yourself Guide to a Thriving Relationship (Sounds True, October 2014), she is the founder of the Boulder Center for Conscious Community. Julie is proud to say she has kitchen-tested everything she teaches in her 25-year relationship with her spouse Kathryn Kucsan in Boulder, Colorado. You can visit her website here.

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Psychologist Julia B. Colwell, PhD, has spent over three decades exploring relationship dynamics with individuals, couples, and groups. The author of The Relationship Skills Workbook: A Do-It-Yourself Guide to a Thriving Relationship (Sounds True, October 2014), she is the founder of the Boulder Center for Conscious Community. Julie is proud…

Psychologist Julia B. Colwell, PhD, has spent over three decades exploring relationship dynamics with individuals, couples, and groups. The author of The Relationship Skills Workbook: A Do-It-Yourself Guide to a Thriving Relationship (Sounds True, October 2014), she is the founder of the Boulder Center for Conscious Community. Julie is proud to say she has kitchen-tested everything she teaches in her 25-year relationship with her spouse Kathryn Kucsan in Boulder, Colorado. You can visit her website here.

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