Welcome! The Connecticut Psychological Association, as the voice of psychology in our state, welcomes members, students, consumers, and visitors to our Association and its website. CPA’s mission is to further the development and usefulness of psychology as a science, as a profession, and as a means of promoting human welfare.
Founded in 1963 as a successor to the worthy traditions of the Connecticut Valley Association of Psychologists and the Connecticut State Psychological Society, the Connecticut Psychological Association is the Connecticut affiliate of the American Psychological Association.
Division 12/Society of Clinical Psychology announces two new Special Interest Groups: The Evidence-Based Practice Group & The Teaching of Psychology Group. Membership in each is open to all members of Division 12 at no additional cost. Download Div 12 SIG flyer for more information about the groups and to sign up.
The Department of Social Services has announced a reimbursement error during the 2013 and 2014 calendar years, which resulted in over-payments to psychologists. DSS plans to recoup the overpayments in 10% increments from future payments. The following notice is posted on the DSS website. CPA members who received a notice from DSS, please contact CPA’s Director of Professional Affairs, Traci Cipriano, PhD. See DSS Overpayment Notice here.
Board of Directors Meeting
May 20, 2015, 6:00 PM
Multi-State Summit on Delineating Alternative Practice, Legal and Financial Models for Integration
May 30, 2015
Roosevelt Mt. Sinai Hospital; New York, New York
Registration information: http://www.nyspa.org/event/healthcaresummit