In The News

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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Proposed Legislation to Grant Prescriptive Authority to Psychologists with Advanced and Specialized Training in Clinical Psychopharmacology

Posted: March 24, 2021

Colorado is in a serious mental health crisis, with a high prevalence of mental health issues in Coloradans and a significant shortage of mental health professionals statewide. For example, nationally, Colorado ranks third for lowest access to mental health services, has the second highest percentage of adults with substance use disorder, and has the third-highest percentage of adults contemplating suicide. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, rates of mental health issues in Coloradans have increased, with nearly 50% of Coloradans experiencing symptoms of anxiety and depression, and a more than a 50% increase in Coloradans calling or texting a crisis hotline.

To view CPA's proposal, click the button below to download the White Paper. 

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CPA Listserv Update

We are improving our Listserv! Thank you for your patience as we rewrite our moderator and user guidelines. In the interim we will post only these messages:

  • Referrals
  • Job postings
  • Clinical trainings 
We are looking forward to a new, improved way to connect with psychologists across the state in the near future!

CPA Leadership 

Upcoming CE Program

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).


Upcoming CPA CE Webinar:

CPA Members: $10
Non-members: $30

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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. 
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