In The News

COPAGS Now Recruiting for Leaders

The Colorado Psychological Association of Graduate Students (COPAGS) is recruiting for new leadership positions!
COPAGS is the graduate student arm of the Colorado Psychological Association and aims to represent the needs of psychology graduate students and the communities they serve across the state of Colorado. Participating in COPAGS is a great way to learn leadership skills and boost your CV while building your professional network.
COPAGS is accepting nominations for these positions for the October 2021 - July 2022 term: Chair-Elect, Programing Chair, Diversity Chair, and Advocacy Chair (descriptions below).

Interested individuals should send a CV and paragraph of interest by 9am MT on Friday, October 15th to COPAGS Co-Chairs Princi Kovacs & Anne Fritzson at [email protected].

Position Descriptions:


  • One term as Chair-elect and then serves as Chair the year following.
  • The Chair leads COPAGS and is the graduate student counterpart to the CPA Board President position. 

Programming Chair

  • Develops and implements programming across the state of Colorado that appeals and benefits graduate students of psychology.
  • Examples of previous events include educational programming, networking events, fostering communication amongst graduate students with similar professional interests. 

Diversity Chair

  • Acts to ensure that COPAGS is aware of and has a consistent focus on issues of diversity and cultural competence.
  • Represents and advocates for the needs of diverse individuals in graduate psychology training as well as communities served by graduate students. 

Advocacy Chair

  • Responsible for leadership projects geared towards advocating for Colorado graduate students as well as disenfranchised groups.
  • Activities of prior advocacy chairs have included: facilitating an event about refugee mental health, social media town hall to connect graduate students with a senator supporting mental health reform and connecting COPAGS members with CPA Psychologists to increase COPAGS’ presence within CPA.

Save-The-Date for a CPA PAC Event

Join the Colorado Psychological Association and special guests, Representative Judy Amabile (left) and CPA Lobbyist Jeannie Vanderburg (right), for an evening of conversation about the state of politics in Colorado. 

Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2021
5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Free, Virtual Event! 
(Registration required to receive the Zoom information)


Click here for all upcoming meetings and events.


CPA is an Approver of CE by the APA

The Colorado Psychological Association is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. This includes co-sponsoring, and approving for CE credit, programs hosted by outside organizations.

If you have programs you would like us to consider for CE approval, please click here for more information! We will make every effort to approve your application as quickly as possible, but it may take up to 2-4 weeks for final approval. 


CPA Ethics Hotline

The Ethics Hotline can be found by calling The Colorado Psychological Association at 303-692-9303. A member of the CPA Ethics Committee is on call to answer your ethics questions following APA’s Ethical Principles. 

CPA members can login to the website to access additional ethics materials here.


CPA Welcomes New Members

The Colorado Psychological Association would like to recognize and welcome the following new members who have joined CPA in the last 90 days:

  • Christopher Akins
  • Cara Bussell
  • Michelle Chrastil
  • Allyson Cole
  • Carolina Ekonomo
  • Alejandra Fernandez-Ortega
  • Susanne Fine
  • Alexis Ganz
  • Amanda Grovert
  • Ashley Hahn
  • Eileen Hancock
  • Yuliya Kaplan
  • Reka Kovacs
  • Kyrie Lampert
  • Amie Lofton
  • Jill Mills
  • Natalie Gart
  • Nancy
  • Steven Newman
  • Selin Odman
  • Annie Ren
  • Evelyn Sikora
  • Alexis Sliva
  • Jennifer Wright

Not a member? Please join CPA today!

<< first < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > last >>

Page 1 of 74