Career Corner

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Working with Challenging Clients
Key to the practice of psychology is the ethical principle of do no harm to one’s clients. There is no corresponding... > read more
Looking for a postdoc research position?
Sylvain Roy M.A, PhD candidate at the Universite de Montreal, has created a site/blog aiming to connect doctoral students in... > read more
Blogging for psychologists
Check out this APA Practice Directorate video on blogging. You can also find additional information on blogging in the other... > read more
Career Goals and Aspirations: Survey of Graduate Students in Applied Psychology
The Canadian Psychological Association is conducting a survey among graduate students who eventually plan to work as... > read more
How to write for the BCPA blog
Before deciding to write for the BCPA Blog, please consult the Guidelines for Writers and assess BCPA’s expectations... > read more
Protecting Your Identity on the Web
If you are already experienced, or you have at least tried to start a blog, you will have realized that, for each online... > read more
Build Your Own Blog: Create your first blog in three easy steps
In the last two issues, you learned what a blog is, and what the main features of a blog are. now it is time to take the... > read more
Anatomy of a Blog: Learn about the main elements of a blog and their function
In the article published in the last issue of the BC Psychologist, i introduced a few concepts about what a blog is, some... > read more
Introduction to Blogging: Learn how to write for your first personal or collaborative blog
Writing for a blog is very different from writing for a printed publication, as the online medium is a place to build... > read more
Mixing business with ethics: a cause for concern
On first glance, it seems contradictory to conduct a business and observe the ethics of your chosen profession. What do we... > read more