Colorado Psychiatric Society

 Welcome to CPS!

We are an association of physicians whose mission is to promote excellence in psychiatric care through advocacy, education and research. CPS is a district branch of the American Psychiatric AssociationNC



How CPS Membership Benefits YOU:

CPS is the only organization in Colorado actively working exclusively on your behalf and vigorously advocating for your professional interests.


Educational Seminars on Timely Topics and Social Events:  Our annual educational meetings on exciting topics also provide an opportunity for networking, socializing and honoring members. In addition, we host an annual Winter Party solely dedicated to fun and building connections with the community.


Leadership Opportunities:  CPS members have numerous opportunities for leadership roles with the Society by serving on our Executive Council and participating in various committees such as the Legislative, Ethics, Program and Public Information and Education Committees. Members also represent CPS by serving on important state and legislative commissions and task forces.


CPS Quarterly Newsletter, Updates and Website:  CPS communications offer information on pressing topics, upcoming events and general resources for members.


Ethics: CPS is committed to upholding the integrity of the profession through education of members and resolution of ethical issues that are brought to the Society.


Membership Directory:  Members receive a listing in the CPS Membership Directory, an online password-protected database available in the Members-only section of our website.

Sign up for the  Scheduled Payment Plan today to have your membership dues charged to your credit card in monthly, quarterly, biannual, or annual installments.

If you are not yet a member, apply online.


5th Annual Mental Health Stories

Deadline for entries has passed. Stay tuned for the 2016 booklet!

Sponsoring agencies are CHARG Resource Center and CPS through the Public Information and Education Committee (PIE). For more information, please call 303-692-8783 or email

Our purpose is to reduce stigma through broadly communicating mental health stories.



Mental Health Stories 2015

Mental Health Stories 2014

Mental Health Stories 2013

Mental Health Stories 2012






Current Committee Opportunities:

CPS Awards Committee          Distinguished Fellowship Committee

Program Committee                Public Information and Education (PIE)

Legislative Committee             Newsletter Co-Editor

Click here for more information and let CPS know which opportunities you are interested in by emailing



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