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In light of recent events, the Board of Directors of CPA would like to be clear that we welcome people of all faiths and religious backgrounds inclusive of race, ethnicity, national origin, and immigration status. Additionally, we remain committed to upholding the APA Ethical Guidelines which make clear we must advocate for and protect the civil rights of others. We are steadfast in our commitment to standing with and as people; people of all races, ethnicities, immigration statuses, religions, genders, sexual orientations, socioeconomic statuses, ages, education levels, abilities, and sizes. You are welcome here.

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CPA Implementing a Modest Dues Increase to Cover Rising Costs 

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CPA values every member and we recognize it’s the members that make our association strong and vibrant. We thank all members for your past support and continuing involvement with CPA into 2020.

In the past few years, to bring members the most up-to-date technology and resources, we’ve launched a new, more user-friendly website; produced webinars and events throughout the year to provide continuing education credit opportunities at discounted member rates, including the highly successful Risk Management Workshop sponsored by The Trust; host an ethics hotline to provide ethics consultation across the state and online ethics resources; and more.

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Statement of APA President in Response to Mass Shootings in Texas, Ohio

Posted: August 5, 2019

WASHINGTON — Following is the statement of APA President Rosie Phillips Davis, PhD, on the shootings in El Paso, Texas, and in Dayton, Ohio:

"Our condolences are with the families and friends of those killed or injured in these horrific shootings and with all Americans affected every day by the twin horrors of hate and gun violence.

“As our nation tries to process the unthinkable yet again, it is clearer than ever that we are facing a public health crisis of gun violence fueled by racism, bigotry and hatred. The combination of easy access to assault weapons and hateful rhetoric is toxic. Psychological science has demonstrated that social contagion — the spread of thoughts, emotions and behaviors from person to person and among larger groups — is real, and may well be a factor, at least in the El Paso shooting.

“That shooting is being investigated as a hate crime, as it should be. Psychological science has demonstrated the damage that racism can inflict on its targets. Racism has been shown to have negative cognitive and behavioral effects on both children and adults and to increase anxiety, depression, self-defeating thoughts and avoidance behaviors.

“Routinely blaming mass shootings on mental illness is unfounded and stigmatizing. Research has shown that only a very small percentage of violent acts are committed by people who are diagnosed with, or in treatment for, mental illness. The rates of mental illness are roughly the same around the world, yet other countries are not experiencing these traumatic events as often as we face them. One critical factor is access to, and the lethality of, the weapons that are being used in these crimes. Adding racism, intolerance and bigotry to the mix is a recipe for disaster. 

“If we want to address the gun violence that is tearing our country apart, we must keep our focus on finding evidence-based solutions. This includes restricting access to guns for people who are at risk for violence and working with psychologists and other experts to find solutions to the intolerance that is infecting our nation and the public dialogue.”

For people who are suffering distress in the aftermath of the shootings in Dayton and El Paso, APA offers a variety of resources, including:


The 2019 August TCP is Now Available

Posted: August 1, 2019

Members of CPA-- your August 2019 edition of The Colorado Psychologist is now available!

Inside June's Issue: 

1. Message from the President
2. CPA Calendar of Events
3. Message from the Editors
4. Board of Directors Meeting, 3/15/2019
6. What's New at CPA
7. Welcome New and Returning CPA Members
8. Paterning with Community-Based Organizations to Support Growing Families  
11. The CUB Clinic
17. Advertising Rates

View August 2019 TCP Here 



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Statement of APA President Regarding Executive Order Rescinding Immigrant Family Separation Policy

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Colorado Crisis Services

If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency services center. 

Colorado Crisis Resources also provides resources for those needing assistance with 
relationship problemsfamily crises, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, suicidal thoughts, bullyingstress and disability. Access Colorado Crisis Resources through their website.

In addition, Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners can provide information on free and low-cost help. You can reach them 24/7 for mental health and substance abuse issues at 
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