CPA Member Resources 

As a member of the Catholic Psychotherapy Association, there is a wealth of knowledge and resources available to you. Below find access points for many committee and resource options that are always available to CPA members.

Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

SIGs provide valuable support and growth opportunities for CPA members, both at annual conferences, and throughout the year! SIG leaders (and ongoing members) must be current members of the CPA. A new SIG may be proposed by following the steps outlined here.

SIG Resource Pages (sign-in required)

Seminary Psychology

Deliverance and Exorcism Ministry

Peer Consultation

Educational Library

Conference recordings, handouts, and poster presentations from previous years may be accessed and purchased here.

Past webinars available as home-study courses eligible for CE credit here.

Serve the CPA Mission

Are you interested in serving the CPA Mission more deeply and intentionally by becoming a member of the CPA Board? View the current members, needs and opportunities here.

Spirituality Committee (IGNITE)

The Catholic Psychotherapy Association Spirituality Committee has been developed to help provide opportunities for current members to grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ. The Committee seeks to serve CPA members through liturgical, devotional, and catechetical offerings, inviting them into a deeper experience of Ecclesial Communion. View resources or submit a prayer request here.


The official journal of the Catholic Psychotherapy Association - Integrating faith and mental health

Check this page for updates from the Journal Task Force. Look for the inaugural issue to be published in 2022! Full access to Integratus will be included within CPA membership benefits.

Communications Hub

Join the CPA’s mental health resource wellspring!

  1. Choose your event or materials, e.g., podcast, training, webinar, handouts.
  2. Upload it here.
  3. Content vetted for CPA mission fit. and
  4. Content queued for posting to Member Events Section of CPA website.
For more information contact

CARA Regions & Local Chapters

CPA members have established a network of representatives organized by ecclesial (CARA) regions. Find your region rep here.

Are you part of an informal local group that would like to establish a regional network and/or local chapter of the Catholic Psychotherapy Association? Explore the Chapters Toolkit here.

Key Documents & Archive

CPA Bylaws and policies (including Listserv code of conduct) may be viewed here.

History and prayers unique to the Catholic Psychotherapy Association may be accessed here.

Member News Archive 

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