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Heatherlyn Hoffman

Staff Psychologist
Gallogly Wellness Center, University of Colorado at Colorado Sprigns

Dr. Heatherlyn Cleare-Hoffman is a Staff Psychologist at the Gallogly Wellness Center at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Her primary research interests include multicultural psychology, international psychology, cultural rituals and festivals, and the psychology relevance of Junkanoo for Bahamians.

Biography

Dr. Heatherlyn Cleare-Hoffman is a staff psychologist at the Gallogly Wellness Center at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. She previously has served as the Associate Director for Clinical Training at Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area; Core Faculty at the University of the Rockies, and Clinical Director at the Center for Growth. Originally from the Bahamas, Dr. Cleare-Hoffman studied psychology in the Bahamas, Canada, and the United States before obtaining her psychology degree. She was a keynote speaker at the 12th Society for Humanistic Psychology Annual Conference in 2019.

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Dr. Cleare-Hoffman's research interests include multicultural psychology, international psychology, cultural rituals and festivals, and the psychology implications of Junkanoo for Bahamians.

Personal Interests

    Dr. Cleare-Hoffman is a wife and a mother of 3 biracial children. She lives in Colorado Springs with her family. As frequently as possible, she travels to the Bahamas, where she was born and raised.

Books

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 Featured Title - Humanistic Approaches to Multiculturalism and Diversity - 1st Edition book cover

Articles

The Humanistic Psychologist

Existential Therapy and Emotions: Lessons from Cross-Cultural Exchange


Published: Mar 02, 2020 by The Humanistic Psychologist
Authors: Louis Hoffman and Heatherlyn Cleare-Hoffman

Existential therapy affirms that emotions are a given of human existence, experienced by all people regardless of culture. However, the experience and expression of emotion is highly influenced by culture, including influencing whether an emotion is perceived as healthy or problematic.

The Humanistic Psychologist

Reflections on marriage and family therapy emergent from international dialogues in China


Published: Jan 01, 2011 by The Humanistic Psychologist
Authors: Jason Dias, Albert Chan, James Ungvarsky, James Oraker, and Heatherlyn Cleare-Hoffman

Family is a central construct in Chinese life. Although central, it is also a changing construct as China becomes an increasingly international nation. This article discusses the Chinese family system in context, the challenges to existing constructs, and issues of cultural competence in the midst of change.

Microaggressions: The New Racism


Published: Oct 27, 2010 by
Authors: Heatherlyn Cleare-Hoffman, Nathaniel Granger, Jr., and Louis Hoffman

Book review of Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation by Derald Wing Sue.