r. Christine Hibbard has been an educator, clinical psychotherapist and psychophysiologist in Boulder County, Colorado for over thirty years. In 1980, she co-founded the Family Medical Center, where she also has been the Director of the Louisville Biofeedback Clinic since 1982. She is an ordained Interfaith Minister, obtaining a strong foundation in Spiritual Direction, graduating from One Spirit Seminary, and working with interfaith issues nationally and internationally. Dr. Hibbard has spent the last 15 years teaching and working with post- war trauma in Kosovo, Israel, Syria and Uganda, and is the recipient of the United Nations Association Human Rights Award for this work. She was also awarded the US Congressional Recognition Award for her Excellence in International Community Service. She is former core faculty at Naropa University, and is also an Associate Professor at Holos University, as well as adjunct faculty at University of Colorado Medical School. She is co-founder of the Uganda Malaria Health Care Project. In addition to being a noted lecturer at conferences and teleseminars, Dr. Hibbard is published in professional journals and chapters in four books relating to Mind/Body/Spirit Medicine, and has a book of her own in progress.
Dr. Hibbard received a Master’s Degree in Science Education from the University of Colorado, and taught High School Biology. She then earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Sierra University. She is also a graduate of a post-doctoral program focusing on clinical training in contextual, family therapy from the Family Institute of Berkeley. She is a Nationally Certified Biofeedback Therapist, an Advanced Certified Bereavement Counselor, a Master NLP practitioner, a Certified Conflict Resolution Mediator, a practitioner of EMDR trauma work and Mind/Body Medicine Certified Trainings. She also is a member of Transformational Leaders Council.
Dr. Hibbard served as Co-President of the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energy and Energy Medicine. She was President of the Colorado Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, and a founding member of Ken Wilber’s Integral Institute. Dr. Hibbard is also a member of the Forge Guild of Spirituality and Social Change, and Spiritual Directors International. She is co-author of the Patient-Family-Physician Guide, which is a medical directive exploring a spiritual journey with family members through the dying process. She has served as a volunteer bereavement counselor and workshop leader for Boulder County Hospice, and is a volunteer chaplain at Boulder Community Hospital, and in addition, she serves on several non-profit boards. She lives with her husband in Boulder, Colorado, and has raised three children.