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CPA Co-Sponsored CE Program Information and Application Online

Updated: May 12, 2020
Since 2017, CPA has been approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. In addition to offering our own CE programs, we co-sponsor and approve CE credit for programs hosted by outside organizations. This process is now made even easier with our new online application and detailed information available here:

By expanding beyond our own educational events to offer co-sponsorships of CE programs provided by other professional organizations, we hope to facilitate broader access for psychologists to high quality professional development programming. 

If you work for an organization or know of an organization interested in providing CE for their educational programs, please visit our website for details or pass this information along.


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New APA Practice Resource and Services Recommendations 

Posted: May 11, 2020


Here is APA’s new practice resource – a sample informed consent for in-person services during COVID.  It can be modified for your practice and to use your letterhead.

This consent form is a companion document to the guidance we released earlier this week about resuming in-person psychological services.  Full article is HERE





Integrated Advocacy Success: Psychologists Can Now Provide Phone-Only Services

Posted: May 6, 2020


On April 30, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced it was expanding Medicare coverage for audio-only phone services during the coronavirus pandemic, including psychotherapy, health behavior assessment and intervention services, and other behavioral health services. Previously, Medicare recipients who wanted to take advantage of psychotherapy through telehealth could do so only via videoconferencing. This expansion is critical for people without access or capability to use those technologies. Learn about how to bill and what specific services are covered. The change would not have been possible without a well-crafted advocacy effort that enlisted the support of lawmakers in Congress, the administration and at the state level.

Congratulations and thank you for the 10,000-plus messages psychologists sent to Capitol Hill and the administration urging the coverage of audio-only telehealth services in Medicare. Your efforts helped convince the administration to adopt this essential telehealth expansion.

For more information, contact Laurel Stine, JD, at [email protected].


CPA Ethics Committee: New Member Wanted!

Updated: April 15, 2020

The CPA Ethics Committee is looking for a new member!
Do you have a passion for ethics?
Are you looking for a way to get more involved in CPA?
Do you have experience teaching and/or consulting about ethics and psychology practice?
Do you have 5+ years of post-licensure experience? 


The CPA Ethics Committee is composed of nine CPA member volunteers, all of whom have been licensed and practicing psychology for at least five years. The committee also includes a highly valued attorney consultant. The primary purpose of the Ethics Committee is to promote psychologists’ ethical conduct by providing consultation and education regarding the APA Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct (2016) as well as providing external referrals for legal consultation as indicated. 

We are particularly interested in recruiting a new member who has forensic experience (e.g., child custody/PRE/CFI involvement, other court-ordered evaluations).


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Interested? Please email Ethics Committee chair Randi Smith, at [email protected]!


APA: Nominations for 2021 APA Board of Directors

Posted: April 27, 2020

Nominations are sought for three positions on the 2021 APA Board of Directors: 

Two Members-at-Large (one of whom must be an early career psychologist) and one Public Member. 

The term of service for all positions is January 1, 2021 - December 31, 2023. Newly elected Board members will also attend the Board meeting in early December 2020. 

The Needs Assessment, Slating and Campaigns Committee (NASCC) aims to maintain a balanced Board of Directors that reflects the demographic and disciplinary diversity of the APA membership. NASCC conducted a comprehensive needs assessment that included a review of the composition of the 2020 Board of Directors as well as an assessment of the organizational priorities of APA. 

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