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  • September 30, 2022 10:46 AM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Hot off the Press! Tout juste sorti de la presse!

    September/septembre Executive Update/Mise à jour du conseil de direction
  • June 20, 2022 5:16 PM | Susan Vandermorris (Administrator)

    Given the positive feedback from students and members alike, we will continue to recommend the voluntary 2-step interview notification and booking system this coming year, as well as a recently re-organized distribution of interview scheduling.

    Universal Interview Notification and Response Dates

    First Friday of December: December 2, 2022 - Universal NOTIFICATION Date

    That is, all applicants applying at Canadian Internship Sites will be informed of their interview status on this day. No interviews will be booked until the following Monday.

    First Monday of December: December 5, 2022 - Universal RESPONSE/BOOKING date

    This is the date applicants can begin contacting sites who have offered them interviews. Students can start booking their interviews with their internship sites at 11:00 am EST on Monday, December 5, 2022.


    Interview Dates

    Long-serving members may recall that CCPPP has previously put forward an annual regionalization schedule to simplify travel for applicants. With a shift to virtual interviewing, the recommended schedule has been adjusted. (Please login to our discussion board thread: Hogwarts Has Sorted the Internships... for background and recommended assignments.)


  • June 15, 2022 6:54 AM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Materials for the 2022 AGM are now posted in the members only section. Please log in to see more details on what we'll be discussing at the AGM and for reports on the activities of CCPPP working groups and liaison members!

  • June 02, 2022 12:25 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Hot off the Press! Tout juste sorti de la presse!

    Includes a link to the 2022 AGM Materials.

    May/mai Executive Update/Mise à jour du conseil de direction


  • May 29, 2022 2:26 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Please click here to see a copy of the Executive Update/Mise à jour du conseil de direction that was emailed to all members in April.

  • March 24, 2022 5:21 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    *Application Deadline Extended to May 6th!

    About CCPPP

    The CCPPP represents the various university-based psychology programs and psychology internship settings in Canada that train professional psychologists such as clinical psychologists, counselling psychologists, and clinical neuropsychologists, as well as other branches of professional psychology.

    Position Vacancies available in 2022: Student Representative and Secretary.

    Please refer to the documents below for full details:

    CCPPP 2022 Student Rep Position.pdf

    CCPPP 2022 Secretary Position.pdf


    Please direct questions or nominations to Diane LaChapelle (dlachape@unb.ca).

  • November 05, 2021 3:32 PM | Susan Vandermorris (Administrator)

    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.

    Upcoming Sessions:

    Friday November 12 at 3pm EST - MODULE ONE, Diversifying the Pipeline - Lesley Lutes (academic) and Sara Hagstrom (internship)

    Register here


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

    Register here


    Stay tuned for dates for Modules 3-9

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


  • August 27, 2021 10:48 AM | Susan Vandermorris (Administrator)

    We are thrilled to share this comprehensive resource for graduate students, practicum supervisors and training directors designed to answer the age-old psychology training question, "how do I count this hour, anyway?"

    This resource was born out of a CCPPP Town Hall meeting in 2018, built on careful review of existing guidelines, extensive consultation within the Canadian training community, constructive feedback on a widely circulated beta version, and tireless work of a CCPPP task force chaired by Dr. Diane LaChapelle (Diane.LaChapelle@unb.ca).

    Please download, share widely, and use!  As we've all been reminded in spades over the past 18 months or so, clinical practice and training are subject to change.  Feedback is enthusiastically welcome on this document, and annual updates are anticipated.  

    This resource is available for direct download here, and also linked on the "resources" pages of our website.


  • May 13, 2021 10:14 AM | Susan Vandermorris (Administrator)

    The CCPPP is pleased to share:

    CCTC 2020: Social Responsiveness in Health Service Psychology Education and Training Toolkit 

    CCTC Social Responsiveness Toolkit

    From the document: At the Council of Chairs of Training Councils (CCTC) 2020, At the CCTC 2020 Conference, psychology training councils worked to achieve together what a single council cannot do alone. This was essentially a call to action for the Health Service Psychology (HSP) training community. Attendees identified ways training programs can act on long-standing concerns about health-related inequities, social injustice, systemic racism, and the role of unrecognized privilege. The goal was to shift norms, structures, and practices in HSP education and training to ensure that training faculty/supervisors are competent to prepare the next generation of psychologists to be socially responsive. In the spirit of cultural humility, we fully acknowledge that this is not a definitive document, and we recognize that important voices and perspectives may not have been fully represented.

    We thank former CCPPP President, Dr. Sara Hagstrom, for her tireless service in the steering committee for this herculean effort, as well as members of the CCPPP community, executive, and Working Group Against Racism and Discrimination for their contributions to the final product.

    Stay tuned for more information in upcoming communications and our Annual General Meeting and Town Hall.

  • May 12, 2021 2:10 PM | Susan Vandermorris (Administrator)

    Given the positive feedback from students and members alike, we will continue to recommend the voluntary 2-step interview notification and booking system this coming year, as well as the regionalization of interview scheduling.

    Universal Interview Notification and Response Dates

    Friday, December 3, 2021 - Universal NOTIFICATION Date

    That is, all applicants applying at Canadian Internship Sites will be informed of their interview status on this day but no interviews will be booked until the following Monday.

    Monday, December 6, 2021 - Universal RESPONSE/BOOKING date

    This is the date applicants can begin contacting sites who have offered them interviews. Specifically, that means student can start booking their interviews with their internship sites at 11:00 am EST on Monday, December 6, 2021.

    Regional Interview Dates

    Following past precedent, sites are invited to book their interview dates according to geographic location as follows:

    West (Thunder Bay and Western Provinces) January 3-17 

    Central (Ontario, except Thunder Bay) January 10-24 

    East/Atlantic January 17-31 

    Note that this regionalization schedule was originally intended to simplify travel for applicants. Given that travel is not our most pressing issue as a community, there is opportunity to reconsider this model.  Specifically, our Central group is large, and our East/Atlantic group is small. Central members are invited to consider joining the East/Atlantic group this year.  We invite discussion of this issue on our member forums.



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