PAA Resources for Members
Need more opportunities for collaboration, engagement, and information sharing? This fall, PAA is launching Communities of Practice, moderated through PAA Collaborates, where members can:
- Share and access relevant resources
- Help develop public education resources
- Collaborate on advocacy and knowledge transfer
- Enjoy info sessions, meet & greets, and other activities organized by the CoP’s executive team
All PAA members are eligible for joining any community of interest! Initial communities will include:
- All PAA members
- Public Education & Workplace Wellness
- Social Justice, Equity, & Diversity
- Indigenizing Psychology
- School Psychology
- Rural & Northern Practice
- Private Practice
See what interests you, and join a Community of Practice today!
Want to contribute more? Learn how to Become a CoP Executive.
PAA has launched Ethics Round Tables, a peer-support program to enhance professional practice. As of Fall 2021, these facilitated peer sessions are now available for registration. Facilitator Opportunities: PAA is seeking members to facilitate these focused sessions on professional ethics. If you’re an experienced facilitator, consider this new opportunity to support your profession.
The PAA Practice Advisor Program provides full and life members of the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta (PAA) with free, confidential advice regarding professional practice and/or ethical issues.
Visit the Practice Advisory Program page for more information
Fill out the form to request a consultation with a PAA practice advisor. Please note that the requests are redirected to advisors in the order received, and it may take 2-5 business days to receive a response from an advisor.
While the PAA staff works with alternatives and volunteer recruitment we will make the following change to the program, effective 01 April 2022.
PAA (full & life) members’ access to the PAA Practice Advisor Program is limited to once annually.
Members wishing to access this service should fill out the form below.
The PAA Psychological Services Funds is the result of a partnership between the PAA, the Edmonton Community Foundation, the Calgary Foundation, and the Canadian Mental Health Association, Alberta Division. On a yearly basis, the Edmonton Community Foundation and the Calgary Foundation disburse a percentage of the fund to the Canadian Mental Health Association, Alberta Division, who in turn uses the funds to pay for psychological services for Albertans who could not otherwise afford them.
To find out how and when to apply, how to donate, and for more information visit the page for Psychological Services Fund