About Us

The Center for Humanistic and Interpersonal Psychotherapy (CHIP) is a subsidiary of the Rocky Mountain Humanistic Counseling and Psychological Association (RMHCPA).

Our Supervisors

H. Luis Vargas, Ph.D., MFT, Director of Clinical Training, has extensive clinical supervision experience, expansive knowledge of systemic psychotherapy, and strong appreciation for the craft of psychotherapy; including, 19 years of full-time core faculty experience training, supervising and educating 1,000+ graduate and doctoral level students. Dr. Vargas has the coveted AAMFT Approved Supervisor designation and manages a private supervision practice. Dr. Vargas is a board member of the RMHCPA. Dr. Vargas is Past Editor of the peer-reviewed, open access journal, the Counseling & Family Therapy Scholarship Review.

Louis Hoffman, Ph.D., LP, Executive Director of the RMHCPA, manages his solo private practice and has extensive clinical supervision experience. Dr. Hoffman is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association. He contributes significantly to the scholarly literature on Existential-Humanistic psychology. Dr. Hoffman serves on the Board of several scholarly journals and is Editor of the University Professors Press.