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Professional Associations & Government Assistance

Adlerian Psychological Association of B.C.

This site provides a range of information on training programs for professionals, as well as programs for the general public.

B.C. Psychological Association

The site provides information for both the public and professionals. There is a calendar of events with presentations which are accessible to psychologists and other counselling professionals.


This is the new British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors web site. This site will be an excellent resource for B.C. Registered Clinical Counsellors who wish to remain up to date on association issues. The web site now has a Professional Standards and Guidelines section which includes a number of useful documents for RCCs and the public. It also, like this site, will be listing professional development courses and information.


This is the website for the BC Association of Specialized Victim Assistance and Counselling Programs. Since 1992, the Association has been a provincial voice for survivors of violence and the community-based services that support 


This is the new website for the BC Association of Social Workers. This site is an excellent resource for Registered Social Workers who wish to remain up to date on association issues. There is information about upcoming events, and you can view “Perspectives” on line. In addition, that Code of Ethics and practice standards of BCASW are posted.

Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (BC Chapter)

The Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association’s B.C. Chapter established this web site to provide members with current information on the Chapter’s activities and service, and to facilitate communication among its members.

Canadian Mental Health Association

The CMHA focuses on combating mental health problems and emotional disorders. It provides information, educations and advocacy. It also collaborates with other organizations in conducting research.

Collaborative Divorce BC

Collaborative separation and divorce is a process that seeks to minimize the negative economic, social and emotional consequences of traditional family law litigation. Teams of professionals made up of mental health professionals (divorce coaches), collaborative family lawyers, a financial specialist and a child specialist can work together with family members. The degree to which each type of professional is involved will depend on the unique needs and circumstances of each family.

College of Psychologists of British Columbia

The regulatory body of psychologists of BC

EMDRIA EMDR International Association web site.

This site provides information about Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing as well as member services, member directory, training information and links to other sites.

Justice Institute of British Columbia

The JI maintains a very wide range of respected training programs for counselling professionals. A visit to the site provides you with most of the information that you would need about their programs. Although you cannot yet register for courses online, there is a registration form which you can print.

Jung Society Of Vancouver

“We meet monthly for a lecture and workshop series, usually from September through May, not including December. Presenters include local, regional, and international Jungian analysts and scholars, as well as Jungian-oriented speakers from various disciplines.”

1 (604) 261-1590

219-1917 W 4th Ave