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Keep In Mind These Upcoming TCP Themes!

June:

Supervision

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.

August:

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.

October:

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.

December:

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. 

 

Please Welcome Our New Members!

Extend a warm welcome to the following people who have recently joined the Colorado Psychological Association!

  • Sarah Brown, PhD: Peak Vista Pediatric Health Center
  • Alexis Saccoman, PsyD: Brown University and California Institute of Integral Studies
  • Patricia Ridley, PhD: Ridley, PhD, Ltd
  • Tiffany Erspamer, PsyD: Community Reach Center

Thank you to all our members for your continual support of CPA. Not a member? Join here!

 

Thank You To All Of Our Renewing Members

Posted: May 9, 2017

CPA's 2017 membership stands today at 383. Thank you to everyone who's renewed over the first four months of the year, and we look forward to having more renewals and new members in the coming weeks. 

The renewing members since May 1, 2017 are: 

  •  Lindsey Colbert, University of Denver
  • Barbara Gueldner, Successful Kids Today
  • Andrew Loizeaux, Katz & Loizeaux Forensic Services

Remember, the bigger the membership, the bigger the voice. CPA thanks all of its 2017 members.

Members: Search the online member directory here (you must be signed in as a member)

 

A Unique Conference–JUST TWO WEEKS AWAY— Meeting Here in Denver!

Posted: May 9, 2017

Clinical Decisions That Work: 

Navigating the Psychotherapy Integration Maze

On Friday through Sunday, May 18-21, the Society for Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration (SEPI) will be holding its annual gathering.  This year Denver is the host city,  offering Colorado psychotherapists a rare, not-be-missed opportunity

SEPI members include many of the makers and shakers—key thinkers, journal and book authors— from around the world who research and write on the theory and practice of psychotherapy.  

This dynamic, practice-relevant conference tends to be small, with just 100-200 participants. The small size gives everyone a chance to meet personally the folks whose books and journal articles you would usually read from afar.

THURSDAY May 18: pre-conference workshops

FRIDAY-SUNDAY,May 19-21: panels, symposia, mini-workshops, plenaries, and parties.

I personally feel especially appreciative to SEPI because attending one of their earliest gatherings led to my book on the theory and practice of therapy, From Conflict to Resolution, which was my first major writing project.

Do consider attending the conference.  

  • Learn more here
  • Review the program here.
  • Sign up now!

And help to give leading therapists from around the globe a warm Colorado welcome.

Hope to see you there!

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