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Members save $35 by registering online.
Online registration closes on 10/28/16. 

CPA's The Dark Side of Cyberspace symposium keynote speaker, Dr. Michael Nuccitelli, is featured on Pacer's National Bullying Prevention site.

Come learn what you can do to protect those you love from Cyberbullying on 11/3/16 from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 

Following this symposium, participants will be able to:

                  • Define and give examples of Cyberbullying, Cyber Harassment, Cyberstalking, Cybercrime, Internet Trolls, Cyber Terrorism, Online Sexual Predation, Online Child Pornography
                  • Define and explain “Cyberspace is an Extension of Human Consciousness”
                  • Discuss the role of psychologists, other mental health providers, and behavioral healthcare in the Information Age
                  • Describe the role of teachers, administrators, faculty in our educational system
                  • Discuss the types of assessments, prevention and treatment of cyber trauma

Registration includes continental breakfast and lunch. Online registration closes on 10/28/16!

Summer is Cooling Down but Election Season is Heating Up.

One of the strongest benefits of CPA membership is CPA's professional lobbying firm, Capstone Group. CPA's lobbyist, Jeannie Vanderburg, watches the Colorado Capitol for you, keeping track of legislation that impacts your practice and your profession.

In 2016, Colorado voters will chose a US Senator, seven congressional seats, 65 state house seats, and 19 of 35 state senate seats. In addition, voters will cast a vote on dozens of ballot measures including statewide questions on single payer health care, elimination of the TABOR revenue cap, more stringent regulations on the energy industry, and other local revenue and policy questions. Additionally, Colorado will play an important role in the selection of the nation’s next President as a swing state that has become an essential “win” for national campaigns in recent years.

Republicans currently hold the majority in the State Senate and Democrats hold the majority in the State House of Representatives. Since Republicans only have a one seat majority in the Senate, Democrats see this as a prime opportunity to pick up seats and gain control of the chamber. Seventeen members of the House and Senate are leaving due to term limits.

To learn more about individual Colorado legislative races for 2016, click here.

TO DONATE to the CPA Political Action Committee (PAC),
please CLICK HERE.

CPA President Olga Vera quoted in APA article, "Self-care for Psychologists in the Wake of Violence."

"Give yourself permission to be vulnerable, and to ask for help,” says Olga Vera, PhD. “Do these things where you feel safest, among the communities that nourish you — with your colleagues, your family or your friends.”
Read the entire article here.
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