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DORA: COVID-19 Pandemic-Emergency Licensing Survey

Posted: September 14, 2020

The Division of Professions and Occupations respectfully requests your participation in research about its regulatory actions in response to the Governor's Executive Orders addressing the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you in advance for giving us about three minutes of your time to complete the survey. All responses are completely anonymous.  

Please click the hyperlink below to access the survey:

COVID-19 Pandemic-Emergency Licensing Survey

Responses are due no later than Friday, September 25, 2020.


DOI Request for Information - Costs and Benefits of Requiring Health Insurance Coverage of Annual Mental Health Wellness Exam

Posted: September 2, 2020

The Division of Insurance (Division) is issuing a Request for Information (RFI) on the costs and benefits associated with requiring health insurance coverage for an annual mental health wellness examination of up to sixty (60) minutes in length with a qualified mental health provider without consumer cost-sharing. The examination may include services such as a behavioral health screening; education and consultation on healthy lifestyle changes; referrals to ongoing treatment, mental health services and other supports; and discussion of potential options for medication. 

This coverage proposal derives from HB20-1086, concerning an annual mental health wellness examination. Please refer to the legislation for additional information.

Responses to this RFI should be provided to the Division no later than close of business on Wednesday, September 30, 2020. The Division will hold a virtual public meeting from 9:00 am to 11:00 am on Wednesday, October 21, 2020, to take additional comments from the public for consideration in evaluating the impacts of requiring carriers to provide coverage for a mental health wellness examination. Information on how to attend the virtual public meeting will be sent out in a later communication.

Based on the information received in response to this RFI, and the information gathered at the public meeting, the Division will prepare a report on the costs and benefits of a mental health wellness examination as described above. 


To learn how to submit a request, click here. 



Volunteer for CPA's Racial Justice Task Force!

CPA is looking for members to help shape the direction and activities of the new CPA Racial Justice Task Force.

Interested? Simply complete this form!

Racial Justice Task Force Purpose: 

The purpose of the task force is to address issues pertaining to the mental health of all people affected by racism, and to develop plans for addressing and reducing systemic and acute oppression, bias, subjugation, violence, and emotional and physical abuse directed toward people of color in the state of Colorado and beyond; to address issues of privilege that promote systemic racism; and to partner with organizations in the state toward promoting racial justice.  



The specific goals of CPA Racial Justice Task Force will be determined by the work group and its chair. 


We welcome volunteers for the Task Force Chair position described below as well as for member positions on the Task Force to work with the Chair to develop goals for the Task Force.

Chair Position Description:

The Racial Justice Task Force Chair will be appointed by the CPA president for a one-year term (subject to approval by the CPA Board of Directors).  The Chair will determine the structure and composition of the task force and the meeting times, and will attend one Board of Directors meeting annually. The Chair will also lead the task force to develop goals and will provide a brief, bi-annual written update to the CPA Board of Directors on the task force's progress.   


You must be a CPA member to serve on a committee or task force or as a liaison. 

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CPA Call for Volunteers: Programming Committee! 

Looking to help shape the educational events for our psychological community? Volunteer for the Programming Committee today!

The programming committee leads all educational efforts for the Colorado Psychological Association. We aim to develop and host meaningful events to provide CPA members pertinent education opportunities, develop and maintain strong professional networks, and create social opportunities for all members. Programming activities are aimed to meet the needs of all CPA members, from students, to early career psychologists, to veterans, and those after their working years.

Requirements: You must be a CPA member to serve on a committee or task force or as a liaison. 


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 July 2020-July 2021 term: Chair-Elect, Programing Chair, Diversity Chair, and Advocacy Chair (you can find descriptions of the positions below). Interested individuals should send a CV and a paragraph of interest by August 21st to COPAGS Chair Emanuel Hermosillo at [email protected].

We look forward to receiving your application! The flyer below contains all of the information on each of the positions: 

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