About Roland Evans

Roland EvansRoland Evans Biography.  I was born on a farm in Ireland in 1951 and left home when I was sixteen. Over a period of ten years, I worked at many jobs across Ireland and England: hotels, building, corporate sales, farming and carpentry.  After reading the autobiography of Carl Jung and much soul-searching, I decided on a career as a psychologist.

I studied psychology at the Universities of Edinburgh in Scotland and the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.  My graduate training in clinical psychology was with the National Health Service in London and I worked for 10 years as a psychologist in the UK.

In 1990, our family relocated to Boulder, Colorado where we live in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.  From 1991 to 2007 I taught as an Adjunct Professor at Naropa University.  In 2001 I published Seeking Wholeness, a book exploring the the many dimensions of our human experience.  I have maintained a private psychotherapy practice in both the UK and US seeing a wide range of clients since 1983.

Currently, I work with clients 2 days a week, help run a small business that makes organic soil fertility products, and write.  My beautiful and productive mountain garden is an enduring source of effort and joy.  I strive daily to nurture inner peace and contentment amidst all the rich demands of life.

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Roland Evans – Professional Information

Chartered and registered as an Independent Professional Practitioner in clinical psychology with the British Psychological Society, U.K. since January 1986. Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society (AFBPsS). Registered unlicensed psychotherapist in the State of Colorado.

Specialized in:
Transpersonal Process Psychotherapy
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Ericksonian Hypnotherapy
Jungian Dreamwork
Loss, dying and bereavement
Physical illness and somatic issues
Couples counseling
Professional consultation and supervision


Private Practice
948 North Street #5, Boulder, CO.

Adjunct Professor
Naropa University, 2130 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder, CO
Courses for: Transpersonal Counseling Psychology Department
University Core Curriculum
BA Contemplative Psychology Department

Counseling Intern Supervisor, Boulder School of Massage Therapy
Staff Group Consultant, Hospice of Metro Denver
Part-time Faculty, Front Range Community College

Psychotherapy Private Practice (part and full time)

Senior/Principal Clinical Psychologist,
Physical Disability and Illness (full and part time)
Medway Health Authority, Medway, Kent
Bereavement Trainer and Supervisor
Wisdom Hospice, Rochester, Kent

Clinical Psychologist, Adult Mental Health
Medway Health Authority, Medway, Kent

Lecturer and Tutor, Psychological Counseling
European School of Osteopathy, Maidstone, Kent

Clinical Psychologist, Adult Psychiatry and
Services to the Elderly
Dartford Health Authority, Dartford, Kent

Trainee Clinical Psychologist
N.W. Thames Regional Health Authority, London

Education and Training
Advanced Course in Consultation to Individuals and Organizations
The Tavistock Institute, London  (180 hrs)

Diploma in Clinical Psychology with the British Psychological Society.
Awarded Distinction (highest honors)
N.W. Thames Training Scheme for Clinical Psychologists, London.

MA (Hons), Psychology.  Awarded Upper 2nd class
University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

Psychology Publications

Jerry M. Ruhl & Roland Evans, “Spirituality and Relationship in Later Life”
in Jung and Aging. 2014. Spring Journal Books, New Orleans.
A Psychologist’s View of Subud
Resonance, No.2, Vol.3, August 2002
Seeking Wholeness: Insights Into the Mystery of Experience. 2001.  SunShine Press Publications, Colorado
Clinical health psychologists: who wants them and what for?”
Clinical Psychology Forum (UK), 27, 12-15
Counseling Relatives of Patients with Deteriorating Conditions
Paper presented to The Royal Society of Medicine, London
Systemic Integrative Psychotherapy with a Young Bereaved Girl
Sills, Clarkson & Evans.  T. A. Journal, 18(2), 102-109.