• Tuesday, February 7, 2023, 6–8pm, via Zoom

    Note: Zoom link will be sent to the email address you use to register.

    Free and Open to the Public or $20 for 2 CECs (Add the CEC option below to pay for CECs)

    A Presentation by Southwestern College faculty member Randy Crutcher based on the book, The Passion Principle: How to Live YOUR Most Passionate Life by Bruce Hutchison, PhD and Randy Crutcher, EdD.

    Released just before COVID, the Passion Principle book provides Positive Psychology research on the role of passion in fulfilling one’s unique purpose, a passion discovery process that makes clear the role of passion over one’s lifetime and how to fully live from those passions. It includes stories of both famous and everyday people that overcame structural and personal obstacles to following one’s heart. Discovering, living and sustaining one’s passions are foundational but are often sacrificed in a highly individualistic, hyper-productivity oriented dominant culture. Individualism and hyper-productivity present ethical challenges for many practitioners in the helping professions. Self-knowledge and self-care are ethical keys to being a contribution to client’s lives and essential to being an effective agent for change. This presentation will engage attendees in examining what most brings them alive, what can sustain them in order to live their best life for themselves and to better serve others through sustained self-care that supports ethical practice in the role of helpers, healers, counselors and therapists.


Classes @ SWC Campus

Location Information

  • Friday - Sunday Workshops @ SWC CAMPUS
  • 3960 San Felipe Rd, Santa Fe, NM, 87507 US

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