Our Mission

The mission of the Catholic Psychotherapy Association is to support mental health practitioners by promoting the development of psychological theory and mental health practice which encompasses a full understanding of the human person, family, and society in fidelity to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church.

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Seeking Applicants for Executive Director Position

The Catholic Psychotherapy Association seeks a highly-motivated, talented leader to serve as the organization’s first paid Executive Director. Experience in fundraising, networking, and operations is desired. For more information about the position and how to apply visit this page

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Upcoming CPA events

UNITE IN PRAYER WITH THE CPA & Catholic Mental Health in the News

July Papal Prayer Intentions

Social Friendship: We pray that, in social, economic and political situations fo conflict, we may be courageous and passionate architects of dialogue and friendship. 

Catholic Mental Health in the News

Vital Signs is an interview-based program in association with the Catholic Medical Association. In Vitals Signs, medical experts from the Catholic Medical Association discuss a variety of faith-related medical scenarios, many of which overlap with mental health. More information can be found HERE.

Catholic prayers for anxiety. Anxiety fills our times. Try a Catholic prayer when the fears numb your psyche and you need a few moments in God's arms. More information can be found HERE

Mental health and work with Harvard scientist, Dr. Majeres. Harvard psychiatrist Dr. Kevin Majeres explains the science behind maximizing our potential and how mental work can help us all live more fulfilling and meaningful lives. More information can be found HERE.

Despite better mental health among weekly or more often going to Mass or other religious services, AngelusNews.com reports rising mental health needs among most Americans.

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