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...


29 September 2017, Vancouver, BC

Mind Over Matter: The Hidden Influence of Psychology on Well-Being and Performance - click for more info!


Psychological Society of Saskatchewan (PSS)

Continuing Education activities from the PSS. View...


Idaho Psychological Association (IPA)

Continuing Education Activities from the IPA. View...


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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).

August, 2017


Academic Review 4-Day Live EPPP Lecture in Calgary

Upcoming dates:
August 10 - 13, 2017
March 15 - 18, 2018

Receive a comprehensive content review of the EPPP from our exam experts.

Over 4 days, you’ll receive comprehensive instruction with lectures that will review the major content areas covered by the EPPP, a discussion of exam-style practice questions with informative explanations, and information to help you prepare for the content and questions you will see on the EPPP.

On the first day of the workshop you will receive a printed workshop volume containing lecture outlines and practice questions in all major domains.

The included study volume will help you to encode, retain, and apply concepts as you get closer to the EPPP.

Topics Covered:

  • Statistics 
  • Correlation 
  • Industrial/Organizational Psychology 
  • Test Construction 
  • Developmental & School Psychology 
  • Learning Theory 
  • Behavior Therapy 
  • Clinical Psychology
  • DSM-5 
  • Social Psychology 
  • Ethics 
  • Professional Practice 
  • Neuropsychology


To learn more or to register, visit us at or give us a call at


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October, 2017

CADDRA presents the 13th Annual ADHD Conference & Pre-Conference in Quebec city on October 27-29th, 2017. Join this us for this unique opportunity to connect with Canadian ADHD researchers and hear from world-renowned plenary and senior speakers about current issues related to ADHD.


Visit or email to register or for more information. 

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PRESENTED BY Ricky Greenwald


WHERE: Vancouver, BC

WHEN: OCT 27, 28, AND 29, 2017







Registration form available at:

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November, 2017

Engaging Traumatized Clients who

Avoid Attachment, Closeness & Painful Feelings


A one-day training workshop at Vancouver with Dr Robert T. Muller


Vancouver, 6 November 2017, Monday


Note: workshop registrations include a complimentary copy of Dr Muller’s award-winning book: ‘Trauma & the Avoidant Client’ (winner of the 2011 ISSTD award for the year’s best written work on Trauma)


Further details and bookings:


This practical workshop, led by Dr Robert T. Muller – a leading expert on therapy for Trauma and globally acclaimed author of the psychotherapy bestseller: ‘Trauma & the Avoidant Client, Attachment-Based Strategies for Healing’ – is aimed at building our therapeutic understanding of clinical work with avoidant clients.


Course aims

The course aims to provide an integrative training approach that enables practitioners using different therapeutic modalities to integrate the relevant elements of Attachment Theory and Research with their existing skills, which they can then apply to their work, so as to:

  • recognise characteristics of avoidant attachment
  • productively use trauma-related symptoms
  • maximise client engagement throughout the process
  • work with affect
  • recognise and utilise client transference
  • plan for the termination phase of therapy


Further details and bookings:



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