To become a Retired Member of the BC Psychological Association, you must be registered in good standing with the College of Psychologists of BC as a Retired Psychologist. You must already be a registrant with the College at the time of joining BCPA.
By becoming a Retired Member of BCPA, you agree to the following terms:
- You will be a retired registrant in good standing with the College of Psychologists of BC as a Retired Psychologist during the time you are registered.
- If limitations are put on your practice, or your registration is suspended or cancelled by the College of Psychologists of BC, you agree to notify BCPA within five working days;
- You agree to review and adhere to the E-mail Forum guidelines.
Benefits & Services
For an overview of membership benefits, please check our outline of benefits. You can also refer to the links below for detailed information:
BCPA membership does not follow the calendar year; instead, your membership goes from September 1st of one year to August 31st of the next one. For example, if you join BCPA as a Retired Member on August 30, 2009, you will be a Retired Member of the Association from September 1, 2009 to August 31, 2010. If this sounds a little confusing, do not worry – we will mail out renewal forms and information well in advance of the end of the membership year, and you will be reminded of all deadlines at that time.
The easiest way to renew is, of course, through your online dashboard, which you can access after logging in by going under myBCPA.
To become a Retired Member of the BC Psychological Association, please fill in this form. If you are already a Retired Member, but your membership has lapsed, please log in, and renew your membership by following the appropriate link on your membership dashboard.