Psychological Coping During a Pandemicfor Registered Nurses Our Colleagues at the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta have put together the following information to help Registered Nurses cope with COVID-19. Life is not always easy—especially now, as we are adapting to changes in our personal... > read more
couples in lockdown COVID COUPLE CHALLENGES Going through lockdown together has helped some couples to trust and understand each other more deeply, to communicate more intentionally and to feel more grateful for the mutual support. Psychologists are also hearing from couples who are starting to... > read more
COVID-19 Resources and Preparedness In response to the outbreak of COVID-19, the BCPA has compiled a list of helpful resources. Public information on incoming Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Up-to-date info from the CDC on the Coronavirus Coronavirus: Safety and Readiness Tips for You Coronavirus... > read more
February is Psychology Month Click here for a full schedule of February 2020 Psychology Month Presentations in Metro Vancouver (Vancouver, NorthVan, WestVan, Burnaby, Richmond, Surrey, NewWest). Click here for a full schedule of February 2020 Psychology Month... > read more
As the summer winds to an end, both adults and kids may find the adjustment back to work and back to school a challenging time.  The BC Psychological Association wants to remind the public that there are strategies that can help with this transition. Returning to Work If returning from out of... > read more
Seeking Volunteers - Psychology Month We have been hosting Psychology Month for about 11 years now. We started by reaching out to community centers and libraries to ask if they would like to host a psychology talk in February for Psychology Month. We have now become a part of many communities’... > read more
BCPA is hosting a couple of Free Public Talks in Surrey and Kelowna for the month of May. Please click the links below to view promotional posters with more information regarding the event.   Dr. James Mok, R.Psych. - It Hurts to Talk About It: Chronic Pain and Emotional Pain. Thursday May... > read more
A Message from the BCPA Board in the Wake of the New Zealand Attack BCPA wishes to express its deepest sympathy to all those affected by the recent vicious attack on the Muslim community of Christchurch, New Zealand.   We abhor violence and feel for all victims of hate no matter the... > read more
Media Coverage: Psychology Month 2019 Psychology Month 2019 was a great success. BCPA hosted 15 free public talks over 28 days, with audiences ranging in size from 20 to 80. The talks were featured in 65 media hits over the course of the month, helping to raise awareness of the work psychologists... > read more
February is Psychology Month Click here for a full schedule of Psychology Month Presentations in February 2019. Posters of events: Persisting Pain and How To Manage Your Chronic Pain Tuesday, February 5, 2019 | 7:00pm-8:00pm: Dr. Patrick Myers, R.Psych. & Ms. Lynnaea Northey - Port... > read more
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