Upcoming events

    • December 03, 2021
    • December 08, 2021
    • 3 sessions
    • Zoom

    CPA Accreditation Panel has opened a public comment period for their newly-released working Proposed 6th revision of the CPA’s Accreditation Standards for Doctoral and Residency Programs in Professional Psychology.  See cpa.ca/accreditation for more information about the document and process, and our discussion board (login required) for more information about our engagement to date. The comment period closes Dec 31, 2021.

    The current version integrates much of the feedback shared by CCPPP during focused stakeholder consultations this summer.  Thanks to all who contributed!!  

    In the coming weeks, your executive will be taking a close look at the revised standards, sharing our thoughts and inviting member conversation via the discussion board. Stay tuned!

    We will also host three virtual drop-ins for members who wish to learn about the revisions, ask questions, and provide feedback:

    1. Dec 3, 2-3pm, eastern (register here)
    2. Dec 7, 11am-12pm eastern (register here)
    3. Dec 8, 11:30am-12:30pm eastern (register here)
    The goal is to compile and share feedback from CCPPP in advance of the Dec 31, 2021 deadline.


    • December 16, 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Zoom

    DO YOU WANT TO MAKE YOUR TRAINING PROGRAM MORE SOCIALLY RESPONSIVE?

     

     

    Have you seen the CCTC Social Responsiveness Toolkit and don’t know where to start? Does the size of the toolkit intimidate you?

    Are you interested in learning more about how some of your neighbour programs are using the CCTC Social Responsiveness Toolkit?

    CCPPP Wants to help!

    Please join us for some zoom consultation drop in sessions where your CCPPP Exec will review the main points for each module as well as examples of some actionable steps your programs can make toward infusing social responsiveness into your programs. These drop ins will be hosted by both an academic and internship member.

    There are no right answers, and no standardized template that will work for all.

    This is an opportunity to share ideas, and learn from one another in a safe learning environment. Registration is open to training directors, staff, and trainees.

    Thursday December 16th at 2pm EST - MODULE TWO, Shared Governance - Amanda Maranzan (academic) and Sara Hagstrom (internship)

    Click here to register

    Contact Dr. Sara Hagstrom at hagstros@tbh.net for more information. 



    • February 11, 2022
    • Zoom

    Registration is now open for our 2021-22 offering!

    Thanks to all for the enthusiastic participation and helpful feedback regarding the inaugural CCPPP virtual seminar series.


    Register for the first two meetings here:

    https://forms.gle/Yi5xqzCScgvssFzf6


    Register for the second two meetings here:

    https://forms.gle/WZ36CEKnUv6nPN8K8


    Full 2021-2022 Schedule:

    All times 12-2:30pm (Eastern)

    October 15, 2021: CCTC Social Responsiveness Toolkit - Drs. Ciftci, Ponce & Sara Hagstrom.

    February 11, 2022: Understanding Suicide to Prevent Suicide, Dr. David Klonsky 

    March 25, 2022: Allyship, Reconciliation and the Profession of Psychology, Mr. Ed Sackaney and Dr. David Dantos (register here)

    July 15, 2022: Program development, evaluation and consultation – A primer, Dr. Sean Kidd (register here)


    Additional information

    Background information available here (member login required).

    Registration priority will be given to residency/internship programs (e.g., residents, DOT, supervisors). Other interested individuals (e.g., graduate students, etc.) are also welcome to register. Seminars will be limited to 400 participants. Two weeks before the seminar, you will receive the Zoom link with log in details or a notice that registration spots have been filled. At the discretion of seminar presenters, seminars will be taped and posted for later viewing.

    Looking forward to the national dialogue!


    Dr. Brad Hallam, Vancouver Coastal Health Psychology Residency Program

    Dr. Emma Climie, Associate Professor, Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary



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