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Provided by the CPA Ethics Committee for members only.
Board Certified Psychiatrist Seeking Office Mate & Referral Source
Board Certified Psychiatrist and colleagues (two Licensed Clinical Psychologists) are seeking a professional with strong therapeutic and interpersonal skills to join our office suite.
Rent priced to accommodate your success. Modern, clean, bright and beautifully finished office suite. Grow or further develop your practice into a successful and lucrative business in a thriving office milieu.
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 problems, family crises, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, suicidal thoughts, bullying, stress 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
1-844-493-TALK (8255) or visit their website:
CPA Political Action Committee Campaign Contributions Yield Wins!
Each election season, CPA’s Political Action Committee (PAC), led by CPA Legislative Chair and the CPA Board Past President, works closely with our professional Lobbyist, Jeannie Vanderburg of the Capstone Group, to identify candidates who support psychology and psychologists.
This year, CPA’s PAC provided contributions to six candidates: three Democrats and three Republicans. Three of these candidates faced very competitive general elections: Dafna Michaelson Jenet, Rep. Kraft Tharp, and Sen. Larry Crowder. Of the six candidates we contributed to three were Democrats and three were Republicans.
An in-depth review of the 2016 election results as pertaining to CPA can be found under the Members Only tab.
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.