This section contains information of specific relevance to registrants. The College of Psychologists of BC regulates its registrants under the Health Professions Act (HPA), the Psychologists Regulation and the College Bylaws, which include the Code of Conduct. Information and links including governing legislation, registrant updates, the Quality Assurance Continuing Competency Program, and the Practice Support Service are available in this section. Previously published Annual Reports and Chronicles are available under the About the College section of the website.
Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry has issued an important update for regulated health professionals in BC, including psychologists. The update, issued late in the evening March 23, 2020, provides[…]
Please click here to download the College’s Fall 2019 issue of The Chronicle Newsletter. In this edition, you will find information on: Registration Renewal 2020 Online Continuing Competency Presentations New Additions to Continuing Competency[…]
The College of Psychologists of BC 2018 Annual Report has been published and is now available for viewing: 2018 CPBC Annual Report
Please mark your calendar with the date of the upcoming Annual General Meeting & Continuing Competency Presentation on May 23, 2019 from 5:30pm – 8:30pm at the Segal Building located[…]
The Ministry of Health has posted proposed changes to the Psychologists Regulation on the Ministry website https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/health/practitioner-professional-resources/professional-regulation , with the stated intent to better align the regulation to the Health[…]
Please click here to download the College’s Fall 2018 issue of The Chronicle Newsletter. In this edition, you will find information on: Registration Renewal 2019 Approved Online Workshops New Continuing Competency[…]
Representatives of the regulatory bodies that govern 23 different health professions in BC came together with the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) to participate in a Blanket Ceremony in May,[…]
The College is pleased to announce our Fall workshop on the topic of Indigenous Cultural Safety. This half-day workshop was envisioned and recommended to the Quality Assurance Committee by the College’s Indigenous Cultural Competency Taskforce.
The 2018 Spring Chronicle is now available and can be viewed by clicking here. Highlights from this edition include: AGM Announcement & Continuing Competency Presentation details Practice Support Corner – Self-Care[…]