Connecticut Psychological Association
Welcome to The Connecticut Psychological AssociationConnecticut Psychological Association (CPA) is the voice of Psychology and of Psychologists in our state.
CPA advocates for professional psychology, advances psychology as a science, and promotes human welfare.
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Spring 2023 - President's Column
2023 is off to an incredible start! To our returning members, we appreciate you and your commitment to CPA. To all of our new members – welcome and thank you for joining CPA. It has never been more important to be connected to your profession and to support the critically important work being done every day on behalf of psychology, psychologists, psychological science, and the diverse communities we serve.
As is often the case here at CPA, the new year is busy and bustling. Our Connecticut delegation just returned from APA’s Annual Practice Leadership Conference, where we worked diligently with other state leaders across the country to advance issues of importance to our profession, our communities, and regarding the ongoing social justice efforts we are actively engaged in. The legislative session is in full swing and your Legislative Committee is closely monitoring the bills, submitting written testimony, and advocating at the Capitol on your behalf…
CONTINUE READING HERE: connpsych.org/presidents-column/
May Is Mental Health Awareness Month
Check out our calendar full of daily activities to improve mental wellbeing.
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Revenue from Merch Store goes toward CPA’s mission to advance psychology as a science and profession and promote human welfare. Revenue from social justice themed merchandise directly supports CPA’s Ethnic Diversity Task Force initiatives.
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Why Should You Join CPA?
Sharing Our Stories
Jessica W. Guite, Ph.D.
Jessica is a clinical researcher, psychologist, consultant, and healthcare innovator who currently serves as CPA’s Science Representative.
Shiva Rezvan, phd
Shiva is a Licensed Psychologist in private practice in Cheshire. She is also an assistant professor of psychology in New Haven.
Nana Yaa A. Marfo, M.S.
Nana is a 6th-year clinical psychology Ph.D. student at the University of Connecticut. Once a CPA student representative (2018-2020), Nana now supports CPA’s student division and as well as the initiatives of some of CPA’s special interest committees and task forces.
Brett Steinberg, Ph.D., ABPP-CN
Brett is a clinical and forensic neuropsychologist and Director of Comprehensive Neuropsychological Services, PC.
What Drives Us
CPA’S MISSION IS TO FURTHER THE DEVELOPMENT AND
USEFULNESS OF PSYCHOLOGY AS A SCIENCE, AS A PROFESSION, AND
AS A MEANS OF PROMOTING HUMAN WELFARE.