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Save the Date: Elevating the Conversation

Posted: November 12, 2018

Featured Speaker: Dr. Stacey Freedenthal

 

Thanks For a Successful Ethics Workshop

Posted: October 29, 2018

The 2018 Ethics Workshop held Friday, October 26 was a huge success! We had nearly 40 individuals join the CPA Ethics Committee and John Nicoletti, PhD. for an afternoon of learning and discussion. Thank you to all those who came and made this workshop memorable!

Also, a special "thank you" to John Nicoletti, PhD and the CPA Ethics Committee for providing the attendees with great information. 

 

The Ethics Seminar Is Friday: Register Today!

Posted: October 22, 2018

Ethical Challenges and Safety Issues for Clinicians Presentation; plus, Vignettes and Discussion

3 CEs Available!

Date: October 26, 2018
Time: 12:45 pm- 4:15 pm
Location: COPIC Insurance 7351 E Lowry Blvd, Denver, CO 80230

Registration Fees:

  • Non-Member: $120
  • CPA Member: $90
  • Student Non-Member: $45
  • Student Member: $30

Register Here!

Schedule of Events:

  • 12:45pm -- Registration/ CE Sign-In
  • 1:15pm -- Program Starts
  • 1:15pm - 2:30pm -- John Nicoletti's Presentation
  • 2:30-2:45pm -- Break (Snacks and Drinks Provided)
  • 2:45pm - 4:15pm -- Vignettes/Discussion Panel
  • 4:15pm -- Wrap-up/Sign-Out

Learning Objectives: John Nicoletti's Presentation

As a result of participating in this training, participants will:

  • Be able to describe why it is clinically important and identify 3 ways to establish boundaries that maintain physical and emotional safety during client meetings
  • Be able to specify which high level risks for harm to clinicians may be presented by clients during sessions

Featured Speaker:

John Nicoletti, PhD, ABPP, received his doctorate in psychology from Colorado State University.  Dr. Nicoletti is a Board Certified Specialist in Police and Public Safety Psychology. Dr. Nicoletti specializes in detecting and disrupting proactive and reactive attack behaviors, trauma recovery, psychological incident command issues and high stress occupational interventions.  Dr. Nicoletti authored three books on violence prevention and intervention including: Violence Goes to Work (1994); Violence Goes to College (2001) and Violence Goes to School (2002).  Dr. Nicoletti was a professional responder for numerous school tragedies (i.e., Columbine, Platte Canyon, Arapahoe) as well as the Aurora Theater shootings.  He has been a member of the Colorado Governor's Task Force on Expert Emergency Response and is past Chair of the Police Psychologist Section for the International Association of Chiefs of Police.  His firm, Nicoletti-Flater &  Associates, offers a range of evaluation and consultation services in addition to training and supervising the new clinicians in the Denver Metro Area.

Learning Objectives: Vignettes 

As a result of participating in this training, participants will:

  • Be able to identify the steps to take when ending a professional relationship with a client who poses a physical threat to the clinician
  • When acutely threatened by a client, be able to identify why breaching confidentiality (to a degree) is necessary, which authorities are contacted and what information is to be shared 

Featured Speakers:

  • Jennifer A Cornish, Ph.D., ABPP
  • John R. Holmberg, Psy.D. PC
  • Randyl "Randi" Smith, MSW, Ph.D.
  • Natalie Vona, Ph.D.
  • Mary Ann Watson, Ph.D.

Click Here to Learn More!

 

The Colorado Psychological Association is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. CPA maintains responsibility for this program and its contents.

 

Title 12 Recodification Project Stakeholder Meeting October 24

Posted: October 22, 2018

The Office of Legislative Legal Services (OLLS) continues to seek stakeholder input for the final phase of the Title 12 Recodification Project. This project is focused on structurally reorganizing statutory provisions and creating a streamlined set of rules that are better organized throughout Title 12. The recodification of the title serves as a structural organization of laws, including the consolidation of definitions, board/director powers and duties.

The Title 12 Recodification Project is in its final phase, which involves reviewing each practice act in title 12 and proposing nonsubstantive organizational changes to the practice acts. While each practice act will be renumbered, and some structural changes will be proposed, regulated professions and occupations under the Division of Professions and Occupations (DPO) will not undergo substantive changes to their practice acts. No changes will be made to:

  • the qualifications for obtaining a license, registration, or certification;
  • the grounds for discipline;
  • the scope of practice; or
  • any other provisions that are unique to, and pertain directly to, the practice of the profession.

Public feedback is crucial as we continue to make alterations to Title 12. We encourage you to participate in the remaining meeting for your specific profession. All meetings will take place at the Colorado State Capitol at the time and room specified below:

  • October 24, 10:00 a.m. in HCR 0109 
    • Meeting to discuss proposals regarding dentists and dental hygienists, direct-entry midwives, medical practice, mental health professionals, naturopathic doctors, nurses, and nurse aides
  • October 31, 10:00 a.m. in HCR 0109
    • Meeting to discuss proposals regarding nursing home administrators, occupational therapists, optometrists, pharmacy, physical therapists, podiatrists, psychiatric technicians, respiratory therapists, speech- language pathologists, surgical assistants and surgical technologists, and veterinarians

You may also listen to the meetings, including archived recordings and subscribe to the project mailing list. Since the OLLS typically emails the draft proposals a day or two in advance of the meeting at which the proposal will be discussed, you can ensure that you receive the proposal to review if you sign up on the mailing list.

Please note that the OLLS held a meeting on October 3 to discuss proposals regarding accountants, barbers and cosmetologists, combative sports, fantasy contests, mortuaries and crematories, and outfitters and guides. The initial proposals are available on the Title 12 Recodification Project webpage linked below, and updated proposals will be available on the webpage within the next week. You can also listen to the archived recording of the meeting as noted above. If you have any feedback or questions about any of those proposals, contact Christy Chase at [email protected] or 303-866-2008

The anticipated timeline is to present the information accumulated during the public stakeholder process to the Committee on Legal Services this fall for introduction of a bill in the 2019 Legislative session. More than 20 bills were passed during the previous two legislative sessions to relocate large portions of Title 12, including bills that moved 13 articles and parts under the regulatory authority of the Department of Revenue from Title 12 to the newly created Title 44.

More information is available at the Title 12 Recodification Project webpage.

 

Caring 4 Denver Campaign

Posted: October 22, 2018

Caring 4 Denver is a ballot measure being considered by the City of Denver which will increase city sales tax by 25 cents per $100 (raises $45 million annually) to be used to fund:

  • Mental health services and treatment for children and adults,
  • Suicide prevention programs, opioid and substance abuse prevention,
  • Treatment and recovery programs,
  • Facilitates and programs for those with mental health and substance abuse needs including housing, joint efforts of first responders and mental health experts, and training for first-responders to reduce homelessness, improve long term recovery, and reduce the use of jails and emergency rooms

To learn more, read the full inititative or share your #PowerTo story, visit caring4denver.com.

 
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