CPA Career Hub

 


Clinical Pathways: Exploring your Career Options in the Mental Health Professions

Clinical Pathways: Exploring your Career Options in the Mental Health Professions

Join us on March 11 to learn about your different career options after your undergraduate degree in the mental health field. You will see the education and licensing pathways towards each healthcare profession across Canada, hear the journeys of practicing mental health professionals and learn from their experience to become an outstanding applicant. Panel members include Clinical Psychologists, Registered Psychotherapists, Clinical Social Worker, and Occupational Therapist.

Registrants will have a chance to ask question to the panel and receive workshop resources including example application elements and information slides.

Presented by: Dr. Saeid Chavoshi, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, Director at The PsychoEd Clinic, Clinical Supervisor at York University Psychology Clinic, and School Psychologist at Toronto School Board.

Register at: https://www.eventbrite.ca/x/clinical-pathways-exploring-career-options-in-mental-health-professions-tickets-272104962267


Virtual Job Fair

2022 Job Fair: March 3rd, 2022

On March 3rd, the CPA hosted its first-ever virtual job fair.  Over 40 employers from across Canada, many of whom had multiple positions, participated in the fair.  Registered delegates can still access the booths of the employers to obtain information about the employers and their vacancies.  If you missed the Fair, visit the Virtual Job Fair page to see which employers participated and to find out more about them and the numerous positions they are seeking to fill.

Visit the Virtual Job Fair page for more information.


 

EXPLORING A CAREER IN PSYCHOLOGY

 

CAREER RESOURCES

The Canadian Handbook for Psychological ScienceThe Canadian Handbook for Psychological Science
The Canadian Handbook for Careers in Psychological Science is a guide for psychology students featuring practical advice for the job-seeking student, such as the best way to construct an email, leave a voicemail, or ask for a letter of reference. The book also contains a lot of information about the possible career paths open to those with a background in psychology. There is a list in the first chapter of all the skills upon which employers are currently placing a premium. They include skills related to leadership, teamwork, communication (written and oral), problem-solving, work ethic, initiative, adaptability, and analytic and technical skills. This handbook is a useful roadmap for all students considering Psychology as a vocation.

 

EARLY CAREER PSYCHOLOGISTS

 

PRACTICING PSYCHOLOGY IN CANADA: RESOURCES FOR FOREIGN NATIONALS