Upcoming events

    • June 22, 2023
    • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • CPA Convention 2023, Toronto

    All participants must register for this preconvention workshop at: convention.cpa.ca/registration

    Presented by: Niki Fitzgerald, Christine Purdon, Marjory Phillips

    Sponsored by: CCPPP

    Continuing Education Credits:3 CE Credits


    Duration: 3 Hours (AM) (8:30 – 12:00), followed by lunch

    Target Audience: The workshop will be of interest to training directors of both university training programs and internship/residency sites as well as other psychologists who are interested in entering these roles in the future.

    Skill/Difficulty Level:Intermediate

    Workshop Description:

    The majority of students and trainees will hone their skills and achieve their educational and training milestones through ongoing incorporation of direct instruction and supervision. Occasionally, however, some trainees will be unable to implement this feedback and demonstrate the skills required to progress in their training, such that a more formal process is required. Given that formal remediation is a relatively rare occurrence that is viewed as a serious step, many DCTs and DoTs may be uncertain of when to initiate this process and how to enact their own policies and procedures related to formal remediation. Based on their experience with the creation and implementation of formal remediation plans, the workshop facilitators seek to demystify the remediation process and increase attendees comfort with identifying situations where there is need for formal remediation, creating a plan to best support the needs of trainees, and documenting the process. Small group discussions will allow DoTs and DCTs to discuss their program’s remediation policies and procedures and discuss their use of them to date.

    Learning Outcomes:

    1. Attendees will increase their awareness of when to initiate a remediation plan and the steps to take if it is unsuccessful.
    2. Attendees will learn the core components of a remediation plan.
    3. Attendees will increase their familiarity with their own remediation plans and those of other training sites/programs.
    4. Attendees will increase their comfort constructing a remediation plan tailored to trainee needs.
    5. Attendees will increase their familiarity in the communication and documentation of the remediation process.

    • June 22, 2023
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • CPA Convention 2023, Toronto

    All Member Programs and Liaison Partners Welcome

    Agenda and materials to be distributed in advance by email.

    AGM 1-3pm

    Town Hall 3-5pm

    • June 23, 2023
    • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • CPA Convention 2023, Toronto

    A panel of students, academic and residency training directors share top tips for psychology graduate students preparing for residency.

    For full details, see CPA convention website at https://convention.cpa.ca/

    • June 23, 2023
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
    • CPA Convention 2023, Toronto

    In collaboration with the CCPPP, CPA will be hosting an Internship Fair at the 83rd CPA Annual National Convention in Toronto, Ontario on Friday, June 23.


    Participants will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from several internship programs. Internship program representatives are asked to be at their designated table 15 minutes before the Fair begins.

    Internship Programs are invited to reserve a table at the Fair where they can display brochures and other information about their programs. During the meet and greet portion of the Internship Fair, we ask that your program’s representative is present to staff your table and talk to prospective interns.

    ** NOTE: All internship Fair participants/ representatives must be paid registrants to the CPA Convention. **

    • June 25, 2023
    • 1:15 PM - 2:45 PM
    • CPA Convention 2023, Toronto

    Presented by Dr. Sara Hagstrom and Dr. Amanda Maranzan

    For more information, see the CPA Convention website at https://convention.cpa.ca/

Past events

May 12, 2023 2022-23 CCPPP National Training Seminar Series: Social justice and decolonization with First Nations clients
February 10, 2023 2022-23 CCPPP National Training Seminar Series: Overcoming impostor syndrome
October 14, 2022 2022-23 CCPPP National Training Seminar Series: The role of behaviour change counselling in chronic disease management
July 15, 2022 CCPPP National Training Seminar Series
June 18, 2022 CPA/CCPPP Internship Fair
June 18, 2022 CPA/CCPPP Workshop: What are Internship programs looking for? Preparing for your Internship
June 16, 2022 2022 Annual General Meeting and Town Hall
June 16, 2022 Developing Sustainable Program Leadership: Creating Manuals for Directors and Identifying Common Challenges
December 16, 2021 CCTC Toolkit Learning Sessions MODULE TWO, Shared Governance
December 03, 2021 CCPPP member drop-in: Accreditation Standards revision
November 12, 2021 CCTC Toolkit Learning Sessions MODULE ONE, Diversifying the Pipeline
October 01, 2021 Describing our programs more consistently and transparently - A Taxonomy for Education and Training in Professional Psychology Health Service Specialties
June 25, 2021 Presenter Registration for CCPPP Internship Fair at CPA 2021 Virtual Convention
June 25, 2021 Preparing for Internship & Debunking Myths, followed by Internship Fair
June 24, 2021 2021 Annual General Meeting and Town Hall
June 23, 2021 Self-care in professional psychology training: Considerations for programs, faculty/staff, and trainees
July 24, 2020 Presenter registration for CCPPP Internship Fair at CPA 2020 Virtual Convention
May 27, 2020 Annual General Meeting and Town Hall

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