Update: Starting 03/23/2020 all groups, individuals, and psychiatry services have moved to phone and telehealth platforms. The CPA office will be closed until further notice. No services will be conducted in person.

For Group Clients: In order to access your group conference call you will need to call (720) 647-5774 and enter your Meeting ID number. If you have misplaced or forgotten your group Meeting ID number, please contact your therapist directly. A list of groups and therapists can be found on the “Group Schedule” tab and a list of therapist phone numbers and email address can be found on the “Staff Directory” tab. If you are unable to reach your therapist, please contact the CPA main office at (720) 854-0262.


Correctional Psychology Associates (CPA) has been providing mental health and substance abuse services throughout the criminal justice system since 1998. While we maintain our outpatient headquarters at 420 E. 58th Ave. in Denver, we provide much of our treatment services at various correctional facilities. We believe taking treatment to the offender, when possible, is the most effective practice because it enhances communication between supervising staff and treatment staff.

We are pleased to provide individual, group, and couples therapy, as well as mental health evaluations, psychological testing, neuropsychological testing, and psychiatric medication management for offenders. We are an approved treatment provider for the Colorado Department of Corrections and licensed for outpatient, enhanced outpatient, and intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment with the Office of Behavioral Health.

CPA currently provides mental health assessment and treatment services to Jefferson County Detention Facility as well as various community corrections facilities.

This group is for clients who experience an interaction between their substance use and anger management problems (e.g., becoming more aggressive when using drugs/alcohol or using drugs/alcohol to manage their anger problem).


For clients with more severe substance abuse problems, clients in this treatment start by attending two 90-minute groups per week.


A cognitive-behavioral group based on the Strategies for Self-improvement and Change (SSC) curriculum developed in Denver by Kenneth Wanberg and Harvey Milkman.


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