CAP Conference – September 15 -16, 2018 DIVERSE THERAPIES for a DIVERSE COLORADO
Dr. Pat Ogden and Dr. Deborah Bowman share latest practices. International speakers and authors lead workshops. Review next steps to retain diverse psychotherapies in Colorado.
Colorado Association of Psychotherapists (CAP) is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization supporting the practices of psychotherapists in Colorado by providing:
DORA and Legislative Updates - Professional representation for CAP members with the Colorado Legislature, Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), and other professional mental health associations through an Ex. Dir., attorney and lobbyist as needed, tips and assistance with building relationships with state legislators, and more.
CAP Chat Forum - Dialogue among CAP members regarding practice issues and to provide feedback to the association.
Code of Ethics - Registered Psychotherapists to work under as mental health professionals in CO
Presentations by the diverse membership of CAP allows it to offer quality networking and professional development opportunities for its members and the public. CAP members offer a wide range of mental health and psychoeducation services based on each member's educational background, training, registration, certification and licensure. CAP members offer alternative and traditional, evidence-based approaches. Colorado Therapists Directory
If you are not a member, please join. Help us retain Colorado's access to diverse mental health care modalities and preserve the right of Registered Psychotherapist Professionals to practice in Colorado.
Our CAP Website is enjoying a face lift. The process is very involved and will take some time, so stay tuned as our new look evolves over the coming weeks.
Be advised that a member's listing with the Association does not verify their qualifications, licenses or certifications. Likewise, listing specialties does not indicate Association sanction or approval for services claimed by members.