CPA Annual Conference 2014 - Arlington, VA
Witnesses to hope:
as the foundation
October 23-25, 2014
Hilton Crystal City
at Washington Reagan National Airport
2399 Jefferson Davis Highway,
Arlington, VA 22202
Help support the Catholic Psychotherapy Association by sponsoring a table (10), at our Fundraising Banquet on Friday, October 25, 2014.
Keynote by Mr. George Weigel: “Witness to Hope: John Paul II in perspective”
Our Mother of Good Counsel - $1500
St. John XXIII - $2300
St. John Paul II - $5000
About the Catholic Psychotherapy Association
Invitation letter from Bishop Loverde for CPA 2014 Conference
Dear Attendees of the Catholic Psychotherapy Association 2013 Conference:
As Bishop of the Diocese of Arlington, I am truly privileged to invite you to the 2014 annual Catholic Psychotherapy Association Conference, which will be held in October 2014, in Arlington, Virginia.
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CPA Conference Participants Testimonials
Sr. Mary Patrice Ahearn, RSM, PsyD, City, State
"I really enjoyed all the presentations and connecting with some of my classmates, professors, and also meeting other colleagues that I can consult with and I think it is really important that we all come together as Catholic clinicians to support each other in our work."
Student, Calgary, Canada
"I love coming to the conference and actually surpassed my expectations, I came from Calgary Canada and was hoping to just explore the world of Catholic Psychology. I am looking to do my graduate studies and definitely had lots of questions answered for people in the field. The speakers were all amazing and it just reaffirmed my passion for going into counseling psychology and been a therapist one day myself."
Barbara McGuigan, City, State
"I had been so blessed by attending this incredible conference. I am so excited to be able to share the information that I learned. I love how the CPA brings the Catholic faith into healing. How can you heal without the divine healer? and they all realize the importance if this. I am not a psychotherapist, I am a lay person and it is always exciting to learn more things and I encourage everyone to come to the next conference."