Council of Professional Associations of Psychologists (CPAP)
Council of Professional Associations of Psychologists (CPAP)

Connecting Psychologists Coast to Coast

Mission & Vision

CPAP promotes collaboration and resource sharing among provincial, territorial, and national psychological associations.

Our Members Say It Best

“Advocating for the needs of all Canadian psychologists is important to psychological associations coast to coast.  Through CPAP all associations have a mechanism to develop consistent messages and leverage our collective voice.”
Dr. Judi Malone
Psychologists’ Association of Alberta
“Through my collaboration with CPAP I am able to network with other psychological associations across Canada.  This is invaluable because I can learn from the experiences of my peers and contribute my insights to their efforts.  Representing a small province and association CPAP has provided us with resources and supports and helped us feel connected to the rest of the country.”
Dr. Janine Hubbard
Association of Psychology Newfoundland and Labrador
“CPAP provides me with the means to access trusted, credible information and resources to help my association grow and develop.  We would be re-inventing the wheel without this opportunity.”
Dr. Jason Ramsay
Ontario Psychological Association

Latest News

Covering topics important to our members and the profession.

2023 Dr. Rhonda Matters Memorial Award Recipient / Prix commémoratif Dr. Rhonda Matters 2023

CPAP is pleased to announce that Dr. Andrea Piotrowski is the recipient of the 2023 Dr. Rhonda Matte…

Dr. Rhonda Matters Memorial Award Winner – Dr. David Pilon

CPAP is pleased to announce that Dr. David Pilon is the inaugural recipient of the Dr. Rhonda Matter…

Approved Definition of Psychologist Impairment

Through a joint effort between the Council of Professional Associations of Psychologists (CPAP) and …

Celebrate Psychology Month 2022

Psychology Month is celebrated every February to highlight the contributions of Canadian psychologis…

Yukon’s Psychology Society Wants Territorial Government to Regulate Profession

The Psychology Society of Yukon has renewed their calls for the territorial government to regular th…