Susan Coppage

Susan Coppage, Wholehearted
Location: Denver, CO
Email: sevans@wholeheartedpartners.org
Website: http://home.mindspring.com/~sevans/4retreats/id3.html


 
WholeHearted offers retreats to provide opportunities for individuals to find nourishing rest and to wake up to their gifts and passions. Through study, quiet reflection, creative practices and dynamic conversations, retreat participants can transform ordinary time into a time of deep renewal. A refreshing sense of joy is possible when we take time away from our routines and recharge our internal power-packs! Join us.

About Susan Coppage Evans, D.Min, MA - President of WholeHearted, Inc.
Dr. Susan Coppage Evans was a psychotherapist for a decade and then served in roles of Clinical Director, Administrator and Executive Director of psychiatric facilities. She was a founding partner of the Eating Recovery Center (www.eatingrecoverycenter.com) in Denver, CO and currently serves on the Board of Lakeview Health (www.lakeviewhealth.com) in Jacksonville, FL. She founded WholeHearted, Inc in 2007 as a way to offer a variety of services directed toward creating opportunities for individual transformation – through developing healthcare centers of excellence, creating transformative employment experiences, and through supporting personal and spiritual growth through retreats, spiritual education and pilgrimages.

Susan completed her Doctor of Ministry Degree at the University of Creation Spirituality in 2006 under the leadership and guidance of Matthew Fox. In 2006 she worked with Matthew Fox and colleagues to create Creation Spirituality Communities, a non-profit organization that serves to Create, Network and Support Creation Spirituality Communities and individuals. You can learn more about this at: www.creationspirituality.info

Dr. Evans has a passion for the blend of creativity, spirituality, ecology and social justice. She enjoys opportunities to co-create health and wellness, whether it be via a retreat, a treatment center, a gathering of artists, through spiritual community or through collaborative projects with colleagues and with her husband, Leon, who recently retired from his medical practice of psychiatry.