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Save-the-Date! Nov. 3 is CPA's Fall Symposium on Suicide Prevention

This Symposium will be an in-person, all-day event on Friday, Nov. 3 in Golden, Colo. The focus of this program is suicide prevention and the following sessions and speakers have been confirmed:

  • Suicide Prevention - Integrating Suicide Research, Evidence-Based Psychotherapy Interventions, Neuroscience, and Mindfulness; Geoff Smith, PsyD, Section Chief, Veterans Affairs
  • How to Utilize 988 in Colorado; Helen Littrell, PsyD, Crisis Program Director, Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners
  • Preventing Suicide in Peripartum and Perimenopausal People; Rebecca Richey, PsyD, LCSW, CAC III, MBA, Clinical Director, Colorado Women’s Collaborative Healthcare

6 CEs will be awarded for attending this Symposium. More information and registration coming soon!



Mentorship Opportunities for Current Early Career Psychologists

The Colorado Psychological Association (CPA) has created an Early Career Mentorship Program to provide opportunities for current graduate students in psychology to connect with early career psychologists for mentorship and professional development. Interested students will be matched with an early career psychologist based upon their interests, aspects of their identity, desire for different forms of support, and other factors that they indicate as relevant to them.  

The mentorship program is designed to increase opportunities for early career psychologists to offer one-on-one support and professional advice about navigating the field to a graduate student in psychology who shares similarities in interest or background. The mentorship program has already received a lot of interest from graduate students looking for mentorship opportunities with early career psychologists and we are looking forward to fostering these connections.    

If you are potentially interested in being matched with a current graduate student, please fill out the survey below. If you have questions about the program, please feel free to contact Marisa Kostiuk ([email protected]). 

Complete Survey Here

CPA's Next Coffee/Networking Event!

Friday, September 8
8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

Please join CPA members and leaders for a coffee/light breakfast networking event where you can meet CPA members and leaders, share information about your role as a psychologist, and create new connections.  Bring business cards, flyers, brochures, or just yourself and join us!  You do NOT need to be a CPA member to attend.
Where: Vivid Psychology Group, 333 W Hampden Ave, Suite 1040 Englewood, CO 80110
Building/parking information: Enter the Chase building on the East side (by the Chipotle entrance) - the elevators will be around the corner, by the Chase bank entrance area. The office suite is on the 10th floor, toward the end of the hallway. There is limited visitor's parking immediately outside, and a large visitor's parking lot across the street (to the north of the building entrance).

Advocacy Alert - Action Requested!

Please take a few minutes of your time to submit comments regarding the CMS Physician Fee Schedule. At first glance, it may not sound like this impacts all of us, but it does! It has significant implications to our work and you taking a few minutes can strongly impact greater support for behavioral health! This requires large numbers and they look at the numbers from each state, so it is important for Colorado to show up strong! 
Please read the below statement from APA and as always, feel free to reach out with any questions!
Michelle Dawson, PsyD
Federal Advocacy Coordinator
Click here to act now!

The annual CMS Physician Fee Schedule proposed rule has serious implications across the health care field.
 These include reimbursement for telehealth services, interventions for clients at risk of suicide, treatment for substance abuse disorders and other services. Right now, many communities remain critically underserved, such as many rural communities, racial and ethnic minority communities and LGBTQA+ communities. Stronger funding for and flexibility around how these services are delivered will help reduce those disparities.

Please do not sit this out – this proposed rule is coming at a time when federal agencies – including CMS – are facing Congressional pressure to reduce spending. Now more than ever, it is important that psychology be represented in the public response to this proposal, to stress the need to preserve funding and strengthen access to mental and behavioral health services. Whether modifying new proposals to be inclusive of behavioral health or showing support for favorable policies, good policy becomes a reality only when we advocate in large numbers.

Two minutes of action on your part can protect access to key psychological services and enhance equity for underserved communities – take action today!



Office Space available in Lakewood

Join our collaborative team of psychologists in Lakewood. This is a place to run your own practice. Our suite offers a fully functioning private office (i.e. handicapped accessible, print/copy/fax machine, wifi, phone) with large windows, inviting fully furnished waiting room, ample parking, backyard patio area, and on­site gym. The suite is 1459 rentable Sq Ft while the private window office is 130 Sq Ft or the private office with no window is 200 Sq Ft. We are offering one of these options at $950/month for full time office space. An office share option is available for more part time options. Learn more about our practice at We are a thriving private practice so there is a high potential for referrals, consultation, and support.

Call Dr. Shawna Roberts at 303.202.6143 or view for more information.

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