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The April 2020 TCP is Now Available

Posted: April 1, 2020

Members of CPA - your April 2020 edition of The Colorado Psychologist is now available!

Inside April's Issue: 

1. Message from the President
3. Message from the Editors
4. Re-Imagining Integrated Care
5. CPA Calendar
6. Welcome New and Returning Members
7. What's New at CPA
9. Perinatal through
10. Early Childhood Telehealth
12. Interview with a Psychologist
14. Learning Disabilities Redefined
16. Mental Health Comes of Age in Eagle County
17. CPA Leadership and Advertising Rates

 

Members: View April 2020 TCP Here

 

NOTE: You must be logged in to your member profile in order to view the TCP archive! 

 

FREE CPA Webinar | Practicing Therapy via Telehealth: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know

 

Posted: March 20, 2020

When: Monday, March 30, 2020
Time: 1:30PM - 3:30PM
Where: ZOOM Meeting

Join us for this free webinar where Dr. Stacie Freudenberg, Psy.D., will share her knowledge about transitioning to telehealth in Colorado and provide information on how to implement safe, effective therapy services online during the COVID-19 pandemic. There will also be time for Q&A at the end of this live webinar.

View Full Information and Register
 

Members: 2020 Week 11 'Under The Dome' 

Posted: March 23, 2020

 Legislative Update 2020
Under The Dome, Week 11 Highlights of the Week

Jeannie Vanderburg

 

 

View this week's Under the Dome legislative update from CPA's lobbying, Capstone Group. To access your State Bill Tracking Report or to view the bills CPA is tracking and taking positions on, click here: https://bit.ly/318WkBr 

 

 

How Denver Residents Are Coping with the Anxiety of the Coronavirus

Posted: March 19, 2020

Read the 5280 Magazine article: 'How Denver Residents Are Coping with the Anxiety of the Coronavirus' which features our CPA President-Elect, Erin Baurle, discussing the effects of COVID-19 on the residents of Denver. 

The novel coronavirus is real—and it’s highly contagious. So too is the anxiety Denverites feel this week. Whether or not you’re physically ill, it’s becoming a starker reality every day that this pandemic is impacting everyone.

I was on Colfax Avenue last weekend and talked with a man who goes by the name Good Time Charlie. He was standing out front of a motel where he sometimes stays, smoking a cigarette. He offered a warm smile through his bushy gray beard when I approached. He told me he often eats and drinks from what he finds in trash bins. “But I’m not doing that no more,” he said. “I don’t want to catch nothing.”

Read Full Article

 

Members: 2020 Week 10 'Under The Dome' 

Posted: March 16, 2020

 Legislative Update 2020
Under The Dome, Week 10 Highlights of the Week

Jeannie Vanderburg

 

The House and Senate passed a resolution to adjourn the legislature for more than 3 days and sets up the legislature to reconvene on Monday, March 30.  We will continue to monitor the joint budget committee, join conference calls, and be in communication with elected officials over the next two weeks. We will keep you updated you on next steps during this historic and uncharted legislative time .

 

Please be safe!  

View this week's Under the Dome legislative update from CPA's lobbying, Capstone Group. To access your State Bill Tracking Report or to view the bills CPA is tracking and taking positions on, click here: https://bit.ly/318WkBr 

 

 
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