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SAVE THE DATE! Risk Management Workshop -- Friday, July 28, 2023

Join CPA on July 28 for this virtual workshop: Sequence XII: Navigating Challenging Conversations: Ethics and Risk Management sponsored by The Trust, from 8:45 am- 4:15 pm. Six CE credits will be available and registration is coming soon!

Workshop Description:

For over two decades, The Trust has worked to educate and support psychologists in improving their ethics and risk management skills and strategies by providing live workshops, webinars, risk management consultation, and expanding resources. This 12th workshop in our Sequence series continues to emphasize applied, integrated and strategic methods to help you stay grounded in ethical principles and practices and to protect yourself from adverse disciplinary and legal actions.

The Trust Risk Management Consultants have culled subject matter from some 110,000 consultations provided to date to focus this workshop on problems practitioners often encounter. The overarching theme of Workshop 12 is on the ethics and risk management of navigating various types of challenging conversations that arise in professional practice. Specifically, topics will include: the possibly impaired or unethical colleague; race and microaggressions; record keeping and the Information Blocking Rule; mandated child abuse reporting; multiple relationships and conflicts of interest in collateral versus conjoint services; managing risks of cross-jurisdictional telepsychology; and the ethics and risk management of responding to patients/clients who engage in stalking, threatening, or harassing behaviors.

See more here.


CPA CE Webinar: Colorado Prescriptive Authority for Psychologists

Friday, June 9th, 2023

12:00PM - 1:00PM MT

CPA Members: $35.00
Non-Members: $70.00
CPA Student Members: $10.00
Non-Member Students: $20.00

*If you are a non-member student wanting to register, please reach out to [email protected] to receive a discount code 

Description: The presentation provides an in-depth overview of the Colorado Prescriptive Authority Law and the steps to become a prescribing psychologist in Colorado. It covers the legislative framework, brief regulatory requirements, and scope of practice for prescribing psychologists in the state. The presentation outlines the educational and training requirements, a brief overview of licensure and certification processes, and ongoing professional development needed to obtain prescriptive authority. It explores the potential benefits and implications of prescriptive authority for psychologists, including its impact on patient care, collaboration with other healthcare providers, and ethical considerations. The role of prescribing psychologists in integrated healthcare settings is examined, including opportunities and challenges in interdisciplinary team collaboration. The presentation also identifies available resources and support for psychologists interested in pursuing prescriptive authority in Colorado.

CEs: 1.0 CE Available

Program Level: Introductory

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the the Colorado Prescriptive Authority Law (HB23-1071)
  • Explore the Steps to Become a Prescribing Psychologist in Colorado
  • Discuss the Benefits and Implications of Prescriptive Authority for Psychologists
  • Examine the Role of Prescribing Psychologists in Integrated Healthcare Settings
Speaker: Jin Lee PsyD, MSCP, BCB



Join us for the CPA Virtual Annual Meeting on Friday, July 28 at 12 PM

Members will receive call-in information for the meeting via email!

Hear from CPA’s leaders about the state of the association and celebrate major legislative accomplishments in 2023. Also, discover how to become more engaged to get the most out of your CPA membership!

This Annual Meeting will occur during the lunch break of the Risk Management workshop. 


  • Brian Beaumund, Past President
  • Alyssa Oland, President
  • Monica Corrado, Treasurer

CPA Board Approves Bylaws Change to Add New RxP Chair

During CPA's May 19, 2023 board meeting, it was approved that the chair of the newly created RxP Division hold a seat as a Board of Director. The chair of the RxP Division will be appointed by the CPA President for the term of 1 year (July 1, 2023-June 30, 2024). After this time, the RxP Chair shall become an elected position serving a (3) three-year term by the voting Members of the Association. 

In order to add this board position representing the interests of the RxP Division, the Board of Directors agreed to decrease the number of At-Large positions by 1 (one), thereby keeping the total number of voting Directors at 17 (seventeen) per the bylaws.



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Hello, we are accepting applications through 6/30/23 for the 2023-2025 training cycle.  A full description of the Program can be found in the link below.  This is a hybrid, distance education program; most of which can be done from home/office. Benefits of degree include, but are not limited to:

  1. Improved patient/client care
  2. Enhance your scope of knowledge and practice
  3. Peak proficiency as a consultant and diagnostician
  4. Prerequisite degree to apply for prescriptive authority in CO (including the privilege to discontinue medication)
  5. Able to interpret medical records
  6. Improve interdisciplinary care
  7. Increased income

Help make history in CO and achieve greatness! 

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