General Information for Psychologists

Opioid Resources

CADTH (Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health) has recently released a few tools and a report that may be of interest to many of you. Please see the following sites:



PAA or CAP: Who Do I Call First?

Frequently Asked Questions


Recommended Fee Schedule


The Recommended Fee Schedule is a guideline and reflects a fair fee for service consistent with the qualifications of registered psychologists. More...





Research Projects looking for subjects may be posted on the PAA website. More...



Supervisors for Provisional Psychologists


The PAA Office has developed a list of potential supervisors for Provisional Psychologists and interns. If you are a student or provisional psychologist seeking a supervisor, contact the PAA office to request a copy of the list. More...


If you are a psychologist who is willing to supervise interns or provisional psychologists, or if you need to update your information, submit a Supervisor Information Form to the PAA office. More...



Global Clinical Practice Network


The World Health Organization’s Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse is forming a global network of mental health professionals to help inform the development of the classification of Mental and Behavioural Disorders. More...



Resources & Information for Psychologists

Alberta Supports


Alberta Supports is a Government of Alberta centralized point of contact for Albertans seeking information on employment, disability, financial, healthcare, housing and homelessness, childcare, seniors, guardianship and trusteeship, and abuse and bullying prevention services and programs. More...


Veteran's Affairs Information


Rates for Alberta Psychology Services - Effective January 2015.  More...


Important Information for Mental Health Providers Registered with Medavie Blue Cross. More...


Disability Tax Credit Information for Practitioners


A website developed by the Canada Revenue Agency for use by qualified practitioners who are called upon by their patients to certify Form T2201, Disability Tax Credit Certificate. More...


The goal is to ensure that qualified practitioners such as psychologists are equipped with key information on the disability tax credit and can feel confident in completing Form T2201.


The Website also offers links to various topics such as: 

  •   What is the disability tax credit (DTC)?
  • Patient’s medical conditions
  • Practitioner’s responsibilities – completion of Form T2201
  • Clarifications letters
  • Forms and publications
  • Persons with disabilities 


Resources on Claims Reporting

Reporting a Professional Liability or Cyber Claim: Insurance and Risk Management in practice .... more

Claims Scenarios .... more

APA Good Practice newsletter

- 2016 Fall

- 2017 Winter


Alcohol Abuse Resources


A free guide:  "Helping patients who drink too much: A Clinician's Guide" is available to order from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. More...


Depression Resources


"A Harvard scientist says the drugs used to treat depression are effective, but for many, it's not the active ingredient that's making people feel better. It's the placebo effect." A free video from 60 Minutes on treating depression. More...


Fentanyl Awareness Resources


Free information and resources from Alberta Health Services pertaining to Fentanyl. More...