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A many members are likely aware, the College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO) is currently holding elections for the Psychological Associate (Non Voting) seat on Council. This is a unique position on the CPO Council that provides a voice for Psychological Associates in the confines of the CPO’s mandate of public protection. While OAPA expressed […]
When we began designing the website we debated what would be the best means of member communication in the future. While a ListServe provided an easy way for conversations to end up directly in your inbox, many members felt overwhelmed by the amount of email they were receiving. Subsequently, many users chose to not participate or to receive the messages altogether. ListServe’s […]
OAPA’s new website is a major leap forward for the association and already rivals similar offerings from many other provincial and federal psychology organizations. While we already have a lot of exciting new content and resources, there is even more to come over the next year as the site grows along with our membership. As […]
The Ontario Association of Psychological Associates (OAPA) held its 2014 Conference and Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Friday November 21st at the stunning Old Mill Toronto. There was a lot of buzz surrounding this year’s conference, which led to OAPA’s first sold out event.
The OAPA Board would like to provide the membership with additional information that may clarify the nature of the survey being completed by the College of Psychologists of Ontario (Titles Regulation Development Survey; submission deadline November 10th, 2014). We encourage all members to respond to the survey, regardless of whether your opinion aligns with that […]