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2021 CPA Board and Award Nominations: Now Open! 

The Colorado Psychological Association (CPA) is seeking nominations for four open Board leadership seats as well as nominations for our Dr. Sarah Burgamy APA Citizen Psychologist Award! We are depending on you, our members, to help identify potential leaders to shape the future of our state association and the industry. 

Deadline: Friday, April 16, 11:59PM MST.


View Positions Available and Nominate Here


New Federal Rule Affects Psychologists with Electronic Health Records

Posted: April 8, 2021

There have recently been questions about the new federal "Open Notes" law and how this impacts psychologists. The APA has provided information and guidance about the new law, which goes into effect on April 5, 2021. To access the article and additional resources, please visit the link below. 

Rule Change: Electronic Record Access


The Colorado Psychologist: April 2021

CPA Members! Your April 2021 edition of The Colorado Psychologist is now available!

Inside April's Issue: 

1. Message from the President
2. CPA Calendar
3. Message from the Editors
4. The Teletherapy Frame
6. CoCERN Resources
8. Wait, Technology Can Connect Us?
10. What's New at CPA
12. Reflections on a Year of Telehealth Therapy via Zoom
14. APA's February Council of Reps. Meeting
16. Envision:You Launches Training
18. CPA Leadership & Advertising Rates



Upcoming Events: April 2021

Posted: April 1, 2021

CPA Happy Hour!

Thursday, April 22, 2021
5:30PM - 7:00PM MST

The Colorado Psychological Association is delighted to host a socially-distant virtual Happy Hour for CPA members. We will be meeting via Zoom and are looking forward to the opportunity to connect with you!  



Regular Registration (Now through April 16)
CPA Members: $125
CPA Student Members: $50
Non-Members: $155
Students: $65
Late Registration (April 17 through April 22)
CPA Members: $145
CPA Student Members: $60
Non-Members: $175
Students: $75

This six-hour remote training will enable clinicians to develop competence in CBT-I using an empirically and clinically validated CBT-I protocol. It is based on three decades of research and clinical practice at Harvard Medical School and the University of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center and a landmark federally-funded study conducted at Harvard Medical School by Gregg D. Jacobs, Ph.D. and colleagues demonstrating that the same CBT-I protocol was more effective than Ambien for insomnia (Jacobs, GD, et al. Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Pharmacotherapy for Insomnia: A Randomized Controlled Trial and Direct Comparison. Archives of Internal Medicine, 2004, 164: 1888-96).

View More Information and Register


CPA Members: $10
Non-members: $30
As Psychologists, we are frequently asked to write emotional support animal (ESA) letters so that our patients can travel with or live with an animal that would otherwise be prohibited. This presentation will explore the legal considerations when writing an ESA letter and the research about if there is benefit of an ESA. You will also learn the differences between an ESA and service animal. 

Mass Shooting and Community Violence Resources

CPA would like to extend our deepest sympathies to those impacted by the recent tragedy in Boulder, CO. As we grieve as a community, we would like to provide resources for our members and their clients. 

The following list of materials includes those focused on general mental health and substance use-related needs after an incident of violence, as well as separate sections listing materials specifically for children, families, and teachers, emergency responders, and for coping with trauma.

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