CPA Bulletins
  • NEW The CPA extends its congratulations to Dr. Mona Nemer on her appointment as Canada’s new Chief Science Advisor. Click here for details.

  • NEW Click here for resources to help deal with the aftermath of violent events.

  • NEW The ICAP 2018 Abstract Submission System is now open! Click here for more information. The submission system will close in December 2017; the review phase will begin December 2, 2017.

  • NEW The Summer 2017 issue of Psynopsis on Disability is now available online. Find all our issues of Psynopsis here.

  • NEW Canada’s Psychologists Contributing to Primary Health Care, an updated version of our resource for practitioners on strengthening primary care, is now available. Click here for the full report.

  • NEW CPA’s task force has prepared a series of recommendations for the legalization of cannabis. Read the full report. Read the press release.

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What's New!
  • Ken Pope - Resources for telepsychology and internet-based therapy.

  • March 23, 2017 – CPA Press Release Canada’s psychologists encouraged by the federal budget 2017 focus on mental health. Read the release.

  • CPA Press Release - Canada’s Psychologists Call for Better Access to Mental Health Services - Any New Health Accord Must Make Mental Health a Priority. Read the release..

  • BMS, CPA’s professional liability insurance broker, worked with us in producing a new information sheet on employer versus individual professional liablity insurance coverage. Click here to access the information.

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  • NEW CPA position paper entitled Psychologists Practicing to Scope: The Role of Psychologists in Canada’s Public Institutions. Click here to access the paper.

  • CPA report on the effectiveness of psychological treatments. Click here to read The Efficacy and Effectiveness of Psychological Treatments.

  • CPA-Commissioned Report on Access to Psychological Services: An Imperative for Change: Access to Psychological Services for Canada. The Mental Health Commission of Canada applauds the work of the Canadian Psychological Association. Click here to read the letter of support.

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