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Members: Your 2017 End of Session Legislative Report Is Now Available

CPA Members, your end of session legislative report is now available! To read the legislative updates from our lobbyist click here. Not a member? Click here to join.


Want To Be More Involved With CPA? Volunteer with TCP!

Posted: May 9, 2017

Are you interested in taking a more active role within your professional community?

The Colorado Psychologist is looking for a CPA member to step in as Lead Editor.  You will work in collaboration with the other TCP members, communication committee chair and CPA’s management company, Civica.  It’s a wonderful opportunity to network and become more involved, as well as a way of ensuring the voice of yourself and your colleagues is heard by the Colorado Psychological community. If this sounds like you, please outreach Shawna Urbanski at [email protected] ASAP!


Walk With CPA In May To Aid Mental-Illness Awareness

Posted: May 9, 2017

The time has come again for the annual NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness) fundraising walk! It’s happening Saturday May 20, 2017, at Centennial Park.

Team Colorado Psychological Association is registered and awaiting members and donations.

Click here to join your colleagues and community for this year’s event. Be a part of the voices helping to reduce stigma and create a community of compassion and understanding. 

We look forward to seeing you all there!


Keep In Mind These Upcoming TCP Themes!



For the June edition of TCP, authors are invited to share their reflections on and expertise regarding supervision. With a large portion of the community providing supervision, and 100% having received supervision either in the past or presently, we hope to provide a range of perspectives regarding the topic. Feel free to provide reflections of a personal (e.g. reflections on the difficulties and/or joys of supervision, etc.) and/or professional (e.g. theories of supervision, etc.) nature.


Specified Assessment

 Authors are encouraged to write about LD/ADHD specific assessment areas, as well as other assessment topics of interest such as neuropsychology, risk assessment, personality and general cognitive functioning, forensic evaluations (e.g., competency; sanity; parental fitness), and therapeutic assessment. As assessment practices continually evolve, members may wish to address reflections on unique and complex issues, ethical dilemmas, or general impressions about psychological assessments. All relevant themes are welcome in the August issue.


American Psychological Association Conference

Authors are encouraged to share their personal experiences/opinions of the 2017 APA conference (Aug. 3-7 in Washington, DC), presentations they held or were a part of, editorials around future of APA conferences with researched options for changing in the future.  We want to highlight CPA’s involvement and representation at APA and inform those unable to attend.


Future of the Field

In the Future of the Field issue, we are looking for fresh perspectives on potential impacts on our profession of the changing healthcare landscape (e.g., move towards more integrated care models; shifts in the state's Medicaid capitation payment structure), the evolution of technological interventions (Skype/teletherapy), and broader awareness of the need for trauma-sensitive approaches, for example.


Member Spotlight: Priscilla Dann-Courtney

Posted: May 9, 2017

The following update is from new CPA Member Priscilla Dann-Courtney.  

After a wonderful 17 years in our office in downtown Boulder, my husband, Joe Courtney, and I are moving our office to a beautiful new location at 3445 Penrose Place, Suite 240. At age 60, it is exciting to continue to breathe new life into a thriving practice.

Had any exciting changes and achievements in your professional and personal endeavors? Tell CPA about them here! Not a member? Join here. 

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