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Supporting Reimbursement for Psychology Trainees

The Colorado Psychological Association recently met with members of the American Psychological Association regarding changes under way by private payors to reimburse psychologist trainees at the rate of the licensed supervisor in Colorado. CPA wants to partner with APA to streamline the workflows and reimbursement pathways for services provided by a psychologist candidate under the supervision of a psychologist in Colorado.

Please take this very quick survey to answer if you are in support of this and if you are willing to be part of a task force working on this initiative.


Welcome New CPA Members!

The Colorado Psychological Association would like to recognize and welcome the following new members who joined CPA in August!

  • Kara Belfer
  • Anna Breuer
  • Lauren Mason
  • Catherine Pappano
  • Jennifer Pierce
  • Shawna Roberts
  • Michelle Selsemeyer
  • Shane Trujillo

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
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