Francis Kaklauskas, PsyD , CACIII , FAGPA

Francis-KaklauskasFrancis Kaklauskas, PsyD, CGP, FAGPA has practiced psychotherapy and other psychological services in Boulder and Denver for more than twenty years. He is a fellow and board of directors’ member of the American Group Psychotherapy Association, and serves on the American Psychological Associations Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy diversity committee. He is Core Faculty of the Graduate School of Psychology at Naropa University and facilitates the Group Training Program at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Wardenberg Psychological Health and Psychiatry with his wife Dr. Elizabeth Olson. Dr. Kaklauskas’ publications include co-authoring the Group Psychotherapy chapter in The Handbook of Clinical Psychology, and most recently contributing to the new edition of Complex Dilemmas in Group Psychotherapy. He has co-edited two psychotherapy textbooks, Brilliant Sanity: Buddhist Approaches to Psychotherapy and Existential Psychology East-West. His chapter, Large Group Process (with Elizabeth Olson) outlines his multi-theoretical empirically influenced approach to this unique learning experience.