Continuing Education Workshops: Accepting proposals for 1-6 hour continuing education workshops (Conference, Webinars, and Homestudy).
Annual Conference: CPA accepts proposals for 90-minute and 180-minute sessions for the annual conference (held in April each year).
Poster Presentations: CPA accepts poster presentations that will be reviewed at the annual conference (held in April each year). Poster p
Webinars: CPA accepts proposals for stand-alone webinars to be scheduled throughout the year.
1. This is a peer-review process. The CPA Program Planning Committee and the CPA CE Committee will jointly review all submissions. Applicants may indicate their preference for either an Annual Conference session and/or a stand-alone workshop.
2. Presenters seeking APA CE endorsement must have a doctoral level degree (it does not have to be a Ph.D. in Psychology) or equivalent and be presenting in their area of training that is relevant to psychology. If presenting with a psychology trainee (i.e. doctoral candidate), or a non-doctoral level provider, 50% or more of the workshop must be presented by the doctoral level professional, and all presenters must demonstrate their expertise in the topic area regardless of degree. For help in preparing a vita demonstrating your expertise, see: Curriculum Vitae Guidance for Establishing Expertise
3. Presenters with a terminal master's degree will be considered for CE endorsement for the appropriate sponsorship (NBCC etc.). The CV must also establish expertise in the area of presentation content.
4. Questions? - Contact Continuing Education at firstname.lastname@example.org
Continuing Education APA Sponsor Requirements: As a reminder, the Catholic Psychotherapy Association is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Catholic Psychotherapy Association maintains responsibility for this program and its content. As such, programs will be reviewed for appropriateness and quality by the CPA Continuing Education Committee, CPA Program Committee, and, when relevant, a representative from the academic community.