Raúl Quiñones-Rosado, PhD
is a liberation psychologist, social justice educator and leadership coach.
Dr. Quiñones-Rosado is Founder & Principal of c-INTEGRAL,through which he teaches, trains and coaches people in the principles and practices of consciousness-in-action.
In the 1990s, Dr. Quiñones founded and directed the Institute for Latino Empowerment, an organization that was dedicated to anti-oppression leadership development and anti-racist community organizing in Massachusetts. Subsequently, he co-founded Ilé: Organizers for Consciousness-in-Action, which provided anti-oppression leadership development and engaged in social justice struggles in Puerto Rico.
A racial justice educator-organizer, Dr. Quiñones co-developed and conducts the Latino Challenges Toward Racial Justice workshop for people living and working in Latino communities across the United States. He also collaborates with other national multiracial antiracism organizations in the US: he is an Organizer-Trainer with the Racial Equity Institute, and a Core Trainer of The People’s Institute for Survival & Beyond’s Undoing Racism™ workshop. He served as national Coordinator of the Collaboration on Antiracism Learnings, Legacies and Leadership.
Dr. Quiñones is also Core Training Faculty at Synthesis San Francisco, a member of the Association for the Advancement of Psychosynthesis, and a contributor to the development of social psychosynthesis.
In his Identity, Power and Integral Change workshop and leadership coaching at c-Integral, Dr. Quiñones’ work focuses primarily on the importance of social power, social identity and emotional-relational development to human well-being and cultural transformation. Through this work and his writings, he continues to explore applications of decolonial, liberation, transpersonal and integral psychologies that support the integral development of people — particularly the development of those actively engaged in transformative social change.
Dr. Quiñones-Rosado holds a doctorate in psychology, specializing in integral, liberation and transformation psychologies. He is also trained in Psychosynthesis counseling and coaching, neurolinguistic programming, consciousness studies, and martial and healing arts. His writings have appeared in academic, spiritual, political, and professional publications. As Adjunct at the University of Puerto Rico and at Prescott College, he has taught undergraduate, masters and doctoral students. Also, he has presented the consciousness-in-action approach to audiences internationally.