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The College of Psychologists of Ontario is the governing body for Psychologists and Psychological Associates in Ontario. The College is not a university, school or community college; its mandate is to protect your interests by monitoring and regulating the practice of psychology. Through the participation of the public and the profession, the College ensures you receive competent and ethical professional psychological services from qualified providers.

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The next meeting of the College Council will be held on Friday, June 14, 2024. The Agenda and Materials are available below. This meeting will be held virtually through YouTube. To watch please click here.   More >>>

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In preparation for proclamation of the Psychology and Applied Behaviour Analysis Act, 2021, the College has amended its By-laws to now include the profession of applied behaviour analysis and the regulation of Behaviour Analysts. On March 21, 2024, the Council has approved the amended By-laws during its meeting and will […]   More >>>

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We are pleased to let you know that on May 8th, the College Council approved a new version of the Standards of Professional Conduct. The Standards, which are applicable to members registered as Behaviour Analysts, Psychologists and Psychological Associates, will come into force on July 1, 2024, the same day as […]   More >>>

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I am writing this, my final president’s message, while participating in the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards’ (ASPPB) mid-year meeting in Boston, MA.  In this meeting I’ve learned much about the high stakes entrance to practice exams, EPPP1 & 2; everything from item development, and testing to post-test evaluation and test security has been on the agenda.    More >>>

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I am pleased to provide you with an update on the exciting developments at the College. I begin this Registrar’s message with a focus on access to high-quality, evidence-based care.   More >>>

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In 2022, the American Psychological Association published Guidelines for Assessment and Intervention with Persons with Disabilities. Disability was not a topic I had received training in during graduate school, on internship, or beyond.   More >>>