Media Coverage: Psychology Month 2019
Psychology Month 2019 was a great success. BCPA hosted 15 free public talks over 28 days, with audiences ranging in size from 20 to 80. The talks were featured in 65 media hits over the course of the month, helping to raise awareness of the work psychologists… read more
February is Psychology Month
Click here for a full schedule of Psychology Month Presentations in February 2019.
Posters of events:
Persisting Pain and How To Manage Your Chronic Pain
Tuesday, February 5, 2019 | 7:00pm-8:00pm: Dr. Patrick Myers, R.Psych. & Ms. Lynnaea Northey - Port Moody… read more
BCPA Promotes Psychological Alternatives to Conceptualizing and Treating Mental Health Disorders
[View PDF] The BC Psychological Association endorses a biopsychosocial model for understanding and treating mental health disorders. This acknowledges contributing… read more
It's time to renew your BCPA membership for 17-18. Renew now to avoid the late fee after August 31.
February is Psychology Month.Free Public Lectures — All Welcome!
Date & Time: February 2nd, 2017 (7:30pm – 9:00pm)Topic: Learning in Children & Teens: When to be Concerned and What to DoLocation: North Shore Jewish Community CentrePresenter: Dr. Susan Siklos & Dr. Kimberley Da Silva … read more
September 1 is the start of a new membership year at BCPA. Please renew your membership today.
And remember, you need a current BCPA membership to qualify for liability insurance.
Just click on the link below and you can renew online.
Or call us today at 604-730-0501 and we can help… read more
BCPA presents the Piece of Mind art exhibit at the Vancouver Public Library Moat Art Gallery, 350 West Georgia Street. It takes place from April 30 - May 19 2016.
The exhibit features the work of 31 Vancouver artists, answering the question, "What does good psychological health mean to you?".
The… read more
February is Psychology Month. The British Columbia Psychological Association would like to invite you to participate in our 2016 Psychology Month campaign. BCPA is hosting a series of free public talks on psychology:
Wednesday, February 3 (7:00pm – 8:30pm)“Can Anything Be Done? Understanding… read more
This year, the BC Psychological Association would like to invite you to participate in raising awareness of ADHD and our free public talk, “Making Sense of ADHD”. The talk, by Dr. Noah Susswein, takes place on Tuesday October 27th, from 7-8pm in the Community Room at the Adler University (1090 West… read more
Continuing on with our successful public presentations during Psychology Month, BCPA’s Community Engagement Committee presents two more public psychology talks.
Building a Better Brain: Daily Habits That Can Keep You Sharper, Longer *
Presented by Dr. Larissa Mead-Westcott June 22 2015 (7:00 PM–8:… read more