Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

SIGs provide valuable support and growth opportunities for CPA members, both at annual conferences, and throughout the year!

Current SIGs

  • Seminary Assessment Group - Vocational assessment instruments and best practice.
  • Public resource page here. Members only resource page here.
Contact: Eric Gudan, PsyD. dr.gudan@integritaspsych.com
Seminary assessment brochure: Download here
  • Students & Emerging Leaders - CPA members who are students in, and/or within 5 years
    post-graduation from a masters or doctoral program in a mental health field.

Contact: Chris Stravitsch, DMin, LPC-S, LMFT-S. cstravitsch@catholicpsychotherapy.org

SIG leaders are encouraged to facilitate meetings and discussions throughout the year, formally or informally, and be responsive to CPA members who contact them regarding questions and needs related to the focus of the group. SIG leaders (and ongoing members) must be current members of the CPA.

Groups of CPA members sharing a common professional interest or specialization may form a SIG to enjoy benefits such as:

  • Networking and peer collaboration
  • Meet at annual conferences and remotely (as organized by SIG leaders)

SIG leaders will:

  • Facilitate a meeting or discussion at the Annual CPA Conference
  • Be listed as points of contact for the SIG

A new SIG may be formed by contacting the Membership Committee Chair at jmadere@catholicpsychotherapy.org


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