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CPA Member Spotlight: Nicole Schneider, PhD!

Posted: May 14, 2020

CPA would like to congratulate our member, Nicole Schneider, PhD, on becoming a diplomate of forensic psychology! Her ABPP designation was a long and intensive process, which is only achieved by about 4% of psychologists. Well done, Nicole!
At CPA, we love to celebrate your successes and hear what our members are up to. Please contact us to share your personal achievements or exciting changes by filling out the form below! 

APA: COVID-19: When is it OK to Resume In-Person Services?

Posted: May 19, 2020

Some states are lifting stay-at-home orders. Here are some factors to consider before reopening your office.

COVID-19: When is it OK to resume in-person services?


As states begin to lift “safer-at-home” and “stay-at-home” orders, some private practitioners may wonder if it’s OK to return to providing in-person services. If feasible, APA recommends that practitioners providing routine outpatient care continue to use telehealth as much as possible to reduce the risk of coronavirus transmission. However, when the time comes to resume in-person sessions, take these steps before opening your office to patient care.



Note: Before resuming face-to-face visits, psychologists should first check state and local orders to find out whether in-person services are advised. For example, an order may limit visits to emergency situations only. See APA’s 50-state guidance on executive orders and telehealth policies.


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APA: Updated Telehealth Guidance By State in Response to COVID-19

Posted: May 19, 2020

Easily locate state emergency orders and other important information regarding telehealth policies during the public health crisis.

Updated telehealth guidance by state in response to COVID-19

APA presents a revised user-friendly summary of telehealth guidance by state.

The new web version provides updated answers to several important questions regarding telehealth policies by state during COVID-19 and replaces the previous PDF. With this new format, psychologists can easily locate the information pertaining to specific states relevant to their practice.

We will continue to update this resource regularly for the duration of the COVID-19 public health emergency.


Upcoming CPA Webinar: The Holistic Impact of COVID-19 on Healthcare Workers and How to Support Resilience

Updated: May 13, 2020

When: Tuesday, May 19, 2020
Time: 11:30AM - 12:30PM
Speaker: Dr. Casey Wolfington
Level: Intermediate

Continuing Education Credits: 1.0 

Overview: The world is experiencing an unprecedented collective event resulting in unique medical, psychological, and economic implications. Dr. Wolfington will discuss the psychological impact of quarantine, as well as current clinical presentations of COVID-19 anxiety specific to workers within a healthcare system. Dr. Wolfington will focus on both risk and protective factors associated with mental wellness during and following quarantine. Dr. Wolfington has been embedded in Vail Health’s COVID-19 incident command since January 2020. We will also discuss Eagle County (which is a current COVID-19 hot zone)’s strategy to support behavioral health workers and first responders.


Learning Objectives:


1. Identify three common psychological concerns/symptoms associated with quarantine

2. List the 2 most common disorders associated with the experience of quarantine.

3. List 2 protective factors that enhance resilience both during and after quarantine


CPA Members - $10.00

Non-Members - $29.00





Speaker: Dr. Casey Wolfington

Dr. Casey Wolfington is a Licensed Psychologist and the Community Behavioral Health Director 
with Eagle Valley Behavioral Health, an outreach of Vail Health. Dr. Wolfington has been embedded as part of incident command with Vail Health’s COVID response since January 2020 and leads behavioral health efforts across Eagle County both for internal healthcare workforce and for the community at large. Dr. Wolfington has been on the forefront of behavioral health workforce development strategies in rural Colorado for the past twelve years. Dr. Wolfington also is a founder in the development of the Colorado Psychology Internship Consortium (COPIC). COPIC is only APA accredited internship consortium in rural Colorado. As of 2018, over 43 masters and doctoral students have completed their clinical training through Dr. Wolfington’s behavioral health training programs and under her supervision.


The Colorado Psychological Association is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. CPA maintains responsibility for this program and its contents



2020 APA Division and State, Provincial and Territorial Association (SPTA) Elections

Posted: May 13, 2020


The 2020 Division Officers (including Council Representatives) and SPTA Council Representatives elections are now open!  We trust you will find the voting experience to be straightforward and efficient.

To register your votes, please click the button below and follow the instructions to make your choices: 


Cast Vote


The polls close June 12 at 11:59 p.m., EDT. If you experience any difficulty accessing your ballot or have any questions concerning the election, please contact the Election Office at (202) 336-6087 or at [email protected].

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