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.
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[…]
Annual General Meeting and Continuing Competency Presentation: May 24, 2018 6:00pm – 8:30pm Please mark your calendars with the date of the upcoming AGM and Continuing Competency Presentation on May[…]
The Fall 2017 Chronicle can be viewed here. This edition of the Chronicle highlights information on: Registration Renewal 2018 Changes to the Continuing Competency Program Two new draft Practice Support[…]
On May 25, 2017 the board of the College of Psychologists of British Columbia (CPBC) approved amendments to the CPBC’s bylaws. These amendments are subject to the notice requirements described in[…]
The College is pleased to announce the launch of its new, self-paced, workshop for registrants based on the popular full day in person workshop previously offered by the College: Lessons from[…]
The Spring 2017 Chronicle can be viewed here. This edition of the Chronicle highlights information on the Annual General Meeting & Continuing Competency Presentation, update on the upcoming online availability[…]
“Saying you are one doesn’t make you one” September 21, 2015, Vancouver, British Columbia – Today the BC Health Regulators, representing 26 regulated health professions governed by 23 colleges, and[…]