Join us for one or all of the following IN-PERSON education and formation events within the 2022 CPA conference:
- Thursday Preconference day of reflection by Fr. John Horn, SJ
- Main Conference (Friday and Saturday) - plenary sessions, your choice of breakout sessions, daily Mass, Confession, and Rosary, and networking breaks.
Please note that each of these is a separate registration item (if you plan to attend all 4 days of the conference, please complete registration for each of the above). Clinical and Academic registrants are eligible for CEUs as approved by the CEU provider (CEU information HERE).
On Friday evening, join us for the CPA Banquet and celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Catholic Psychotherapy Association. Deacon Omar Gutierrez will share a dynamic presentation on Rome Beneath the Surface. All conference attendees, and their family members and friends are welcome to attend. Tickets include admission and dinner, and may be purchased HERE.
By request, a VIRTUAL option is available in 2022 for the Main Conference (Friday and Saturday only). One option per session will be facilitated with live discussion (some sessions will be pre-recorded, as arranged with presenters). Live prayer and networking times will be available. Clinical and Academic registrants are eligible for CEUs as approved by the CEU provider (CEU information HERE).
The 2022 Catholic Psychotherapy Conference will revisit the foundations of our understanding of the human person according to Catholic anthropology. It is time for the Catholic Psychotherapy Association to be a more visible pioneer in the remarriage of truth and sound psychological practice. The year 2022 marks 20 years of the Catholic Psychotherapy Association engaging in this work as a community of mental health professionals.
Conference presentations will answer the question “what is Catholic psychology and psychotherapy?” from a multidisciplinary perspectives. Particular attention will be given to topics related to ethics and the education, supervision, and continued formation of mental health professionals.
As we celebrate, we will renew focus on the Eucharist as the center of our faith and the living representation of how God takes something so ordinary - bread - and transforms it and elevates it. If He can do this with bread, imagine what He can do with the work of the Catholic Psychotherapy Association? He can take the ordinary work of our profession, transform it and elevate it to be a living, working mission of healing and restoration of the mental health profession.
Inspiration Verse: Romans 12:2
“Do not be conformed to this world but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that you may prove what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.”
Patron: St. Thomas Aquinas
Patron Saint of students, universities, Pray for us!
"Since therefore grace does not destroy nature but perfects it, natural reason should minister to faith as the natural bent of the will ministers to charity."
— Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica, Part 1, Question 1, Article 8, Response to Objection 2.
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Prayer for the Intersession of St. Thomas Aquinas
Grant me, O Lord my God,
a mind to know you,
a heart to seek you,
wisdom to find you,
conduct pleasing to you,
faithful perseverance in waiting for you,
and a hope of finally embracing you.