CPA COVID-19 Fact Sheets & Resources

New “Psychology Works” Fact Sheets responding to COVID-19

The CPA has produced a series of Fact Sheets in response to the coronavirus pandemic:

  • Grief, Bereavement and COVID-19 – PDF | HTML NEW 05/12/2020

  • Research Funding Information as relates to COVID-19 – PDF | HTML NEW 05/08/2020
  • Guidance for Psychology Students as Relates to COVID-19 – PDF | HTML NEW 05/08/2020
  • Guidance for Psychology Faculty and Researchers as Relates to COVID-19 – PDF | HTML NEW 05/08/2020

  • Emotional and Psychological Challenges Faced by Frontline Health Care Providers During the COVID-19 Pandemic – PDF | HTML NEW 04/07/2020
  • Psychological Practice and the Coronavirus (COVID-19) – PDF | HTML NEW 03/18/2020

  • Student Wellness and COVID-19 – PDF | HTML NEW 04/02/2020

  • Helping Teens Cope with the Impacts of and Restrictions Related to COVID-19 – PDF | HTML NEW 03/31/2020
  • Psychological Impacts of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) – PDF | HTML NEW 03/20/2020
  • Working from Home During COVID-19, With and Without Children – PDF | HTML NEW 03/17/2020
  • Coping With and Preventing COVID-19 – PDF | HTML Updated 04/04/2020

You can find all of our “Psychology Works” Fact Sheets here


Psychology Works Fact Sheets – COVID-19

The effects of COVID-19 on mental health, and what to do about them. See more “Psychology Works” Fact Sheets at https://cpa.ca/psychologyfactsheets/.


FAQ – Psychology works for COVID-19: Psychologists giving back to front line service providers

Answers to your questions about CPA’s initiative to give back to front line service providers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Frequently Asked Questions


Fact Sheets: COVID-19 Government Support for Employers and Employees

The CPA has produced Fact Sheets to aid Employers and Employees with COVID-19 Government Assistance:

  • COVID-19 Government Support for Employers – PDF | HTML 04/15/2020
  • COVID-19 Government Support for Employees – PDF | HTML 04/15/2020

  • Resources for Managing COVID-19 Anxiety: CPA Traumatic Stress Section

    In these unprecedented times, the CPA Traumatic Stress Section executive wanted to reach out with a document of resources for managing COVID-19 anxiety. This document includes online resources including apps and media interviews, as well as potential strategies for managing COVID-19 cognitive distortions and other tips for managing mental wellness.

    We hope you find them helpful and that you and your loved ones are keeping safe,
    The CPA-TSS executive

  • CPA Traumatic Stress Section: Resources for Managing COVID-19 Anxiety.

  • Psychology works for COVID-19. Psychologists giving back to front line service providers.

    COVID-19 Front Line Workers

    COVID-19 is having a significant impact on the mental health of Canadians, none more so than those who are working on the front lines of health care. Canadians with COVID-19 depend on the expertise of health care providers. The health and well-being of those providers are critical to them being able to deliver this expertise. Hundreds of registered psychologists have signed on to an initiative of the CPA to provide psychological services, via tele-health, to health care providers working at the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis. Click here to read more about this initiative and to find a psychologist in your area who has volunteered to provide psychological services at no charge.

    If you are a psychologist registered to practice in Canada and would like to donate some of your time to provide psychological services to front line health care providers who may be feeling stressed, overwhelmed or distressed by being on the front lines of this COVID-related health crisis, please click here to register: https://web2.cpa.ca/membersurveys/index.php/451688?lang=en.

    Frequently Asked Questions


    CPA’s 2020 Annual National Convention Cancelled due to COVID-19

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