Recorded Webinar: A New Dawn: Sunrise of the Mental Health Practice Act 2020-2029 - August 13, 2020

CPA's Mental Health Practice Act Sunset Committee will discuss the changes that will affect Colorado psychologists for the next 10 years.  They will also discuss the pertinent elements of the process CPA participated in and the advocacy work the Committee and CPA's lobbyist, Jeannie Vanderburg, engaged in on behalf of all Colorado Psychologists. The Committee will also be able to take questions.

PLEASE NOTE: This program offers no CEs. 


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Simply scroll down to the bottom table on this page. After you have listened to the webinar, you will be asked to complete a short webinar evaluation. Once this is completed, you will receive an emailed certificate of attendance.


Speaker Information:

Julie Jacobs is a licensed psychologist and attorney who practices in the area of mental health provider law. Julie received her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Georgia School of Professional Psychology and her J.D. from the University of Colorado Law School. Prior to attending law school, Julie practiced for 12 years as a clinical psychologist in a variety of settings, including private practice and as a Captain in the United States Air Force. Julie has established a small practice in Colorado focused on optimizing the work of mental health providers through consultations on legal, ethical, and risk management issues.  She also works as a Risk Management Consultant for The Trust, providing ethics and risk management consultations to psychologists insured through The Trust Sponsored Professional Liability Insurance Program as well as presenting workshops and other educational content related to psychology on behalf of The Trust.  In addition, Julie serves as the Chair of the Legislative Committee for the Colorado Psychological Association, focusing on legislative advocacy related to mental health providers.    

Laura F. Knudtson, Ph.D. is the Director of Community and Government Relations for Parent Possible, a non-profit that supports evidence-based family home visiting programs and prevention work during the early childhood period in Colorado. In 2018, she completed an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Congressional Policy Fellowship in Washington D.C. working on health and human services public policy in the U.S. Senate. She has a background as a child psychologist and worked clinically in community mental health settings with predominantly underserved families. Dr. Knudtson is currently a CPA Board Member and is the Colorado APA Council Representative. She recently chaired the Mental Health Sunset Taskforce during the 2020 legislative session. From 2013-2016, she chaired the CPA Legislative Committee and was actively involved in Colorado state-level advocacy work for psychologists and consumers. Dr. Knudtson is a recipient of the APA 2017 Karl F. Heiser Presidential Award for Advocacy. 

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