Non-PAA Workshops

Note to PAA Members

A continuing education reciprocity agreement between the PAA, the British Columbia Psychological Association (BCPA), the Psychological Society of Saskatchewn (PSS) and Idaho Psychological Association (IPA) has been entered into between our respective associations offering registration to the three associations' respective continuing education programs at the same fees that each of these associations would charge to their own members.


British Columbia Psychological Association (BCPA)

Workshops and other events offered by the BCPA. View...


Psychological Society of Saskatchewan (PSS)

Continuing Education activities from the PSS. View...


Idaho Psychological Association (IPA)

Continuing Education Activities from the IPA. View...


Non-profit associations may advertise events at no charge at the discretion of the PAA office. If you would like to advertise Employment, Office Space, Products and Services for Psychologists, or Continuing Professional Development events on our website, please visit the Classifieds Submission page for rates and submission details. 


The following is a list of other non-PAA training/workshop events that are listed in date order. Scroll down the list to view all the events that are listed (using the scroll bar immediately to the right of the list).

February, 2017

Advanced Clinical Supervision in Psychology


A Web-based Certificate Course for Canadian Psychologists

Offered By The University of Calgary and the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta

(CPE 140-014)

February 1, 2017 to April 17, 2017


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March, 2017
April, 2017

April 28, 2017


Canadian Sleep Society National Conference 


Assessment and Treatment of Insomnia for Psycholgists

led by Dr. Judith Davision


Calgary, AB


More ... information and registration

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May, 2017
July, 2017


Jack Hirose & Associates

Quality workshops for mental health & education professionals


3 Day Mindfulness Intensive in Banff


Presented by: Michael Stone, M.A.


Banff, AB | July 3 – 5, 2017 | More information & registration


Mindful awareness means paying attention to present moment experiences with openness, curiosity, and a willingness to be with what is. It is an excellent antidote to the stresses of modern times. It invites us to stop, breathe, observe, and connect with one’s inner mental and somatic experience, while reducing reactivity. Scientific evidence suggests that we can change our brains by cultivating habits of mind that will improve wellbeing, including happiness, resilience, compassion and emotional balance. Each of these characteristics can be shaped and modified within our brain by experience and training.



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