Even if listener class implements multiple interfaces, only one instance is created by servlet container and it is used for several types of events.
You can not refer to listener directly (and invoke methods), its life cycle is under control of servlet container, you can only call methods on listener by providing specific events which listener is listening.
P.S. Note, since listener is created by servlet container, it must have default (no arguments) public constructor.
Event listeners are instantiated even before the initialization of the servletContext. The web container creates a single instance for each listener class declared in the web.xml file. If the same listener is declared twice in web.xml, two instances are created and so on. Different events can be triggered to the same listener instance if it implements the appropriate interfaces. A listener that implements only HttpSessionBindingListener is not required to be declared in web.xml.