In addition to a quarterly newsletter for members, CCAPS currently holds one to two educational meetings per year – Spring and Fall respectively.

Upcoming Meetings:

Saturday, October 7, 2017 - ADVOCACY: the process, the issues & how to have the MOST impact

To register for current events, visit http://www.coloradopsychiatric.org/events

Recent meetings have included:

  • Fall 2016 – Children’s Global Mental Health
  • Spring 2016 – Suicide Prevention in Schools
  • Fall 2015 - Rocky Mountain Attachment Conference (https://www.aacap.org/app_themes/aacap/docs/regional_organizations/colorado_council/CCAPS_First_Annual_Rocky_Mountain_Attachment_Conference.pdf)
  • Spring 2015 - Gregory Fritz, M.D. - Promises and problems of integrated care (https://www.aacap.org/app_themes/aacap/docs/regional_organizations/colorado_council/CCAPS_Brochure_Spring_2015.pdf)
  • Fall 2014 - The Varieties of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapies
  • Spring 2014 - Gabrielle Carlson, M.D. - Current Controversies in Mood Dysregulation in Youth
  • Spring 2013 - Robert Hendron, D.O. - Updates in Autism
  • Fall 2012 - Christian Thurstone, M.D.; Paula Riggs, M.D.; Gil Kerlikowske - Why Marijuana Should Not be Legalized
  • Spring 2011 - John T. Walkup, M.D. - Assessment and Treatment of Anxiety, Complex OCD, and Tic Disorders
  • Fall 2011 - Christian Thurstone, M.D. - Marijuana: The Blunt Truth
  • Spring 2010 - Christoph U. Correll, M.D. - Antipsychotics Mood Stabilizers in Youth - State of the Art
  • Fall 2010 - Larry L. Greenhill, M.D. - Controversies in Pediatric Psychopharmacology
  • Spring 2009 - Kiki Chang, M.D. and David Miklowitz, Ph.D. - New Frontiers in Pediatric Bipolar Disorders
  • Fall 2009 - Philippe Weintraub, M.D. and Andrea Dunn, Ph.D. - Fitting Exercise into Adolescent Depression Treatment: What is the Evidence?