CAPS encourages in depth consideration of therapeutic, research, theoretical and theological issues. The association is a forum for creative new ideas. In fact, our publications and conferences are the birthplace for many of the formative concepts in our field today.
CAPS members represent a variety of denominations, professional groups and theoretical orientations; yet are united in their commitment to Christ and to professional excellence.
CAPS is a non-profit, member supported organization. It is led by a fully functioning board of directors and the membership has a voice in the direction of CAPS.
CAPS is more than a professional association. It is a fellowship, and in addition to national and international activities, the organization strongly encourages regional, local and area activities which provide networking and fellowship opportunities as well as professional enrichment.