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
THEME OF EXHIBITION: Resilience. Artists from around BC will reflect the theme in their art and tell us with their statement. BC Psychological Association wants to inspire the community through artistic expression to live psychologically healthy lives. We have partnered with the Vancouver Public… read more
Psychology Month Talks 2015 Upcoming Talks February 16 (7pm - 8:30pm)"Building a Better Brain: Daily Habits that can keep you Sharper, Longer" Presented by Dr. Larissa Mead-Wescott @ VPL Alma VanDusen & Peter Kaye Rooms Do you worry about memory loss? Or not being able to “keep up” with the… read more
The movie 50/50 has been getting great reviews. As of this writing, it’s rated at 93% on Rotten Tomatoes. It is a comedy/drama, based on the screenwriter’s own experience, about a man diagnosed with a serious cancer in his mid-twenties. I hated it. I was particularly disappointed because I expected… read more
We have a number of events scheduled for September. While we are still in the middle of summer, it is never too early to find out about upcoming educational opportunities and to register. Separation Anxiety Forum Separation Anxiety is an anxiety disorder that can be disabling for children and… read more
The Psychologically Healthy Workplace Program went to college campuses and downtown NYC to ask questions about workplaces and psychological health. What do you think of people's answers? What are your expectations for a psychologically healthy workplace?
Why do you go see a medical doctor, psychologist, chiropractor or other health professional? Most people would answer that they seek help because they have a problem that needs fixing. What is the true problem that needs fixing? You might go to your chiropractor because your back is hurting after… read more
What is your position on the role of psychologists in addressing British Columbians' mental health concerns?
BCPA submitted this question to all BC leadership candidates. To date, we have only received a response from Adrian Dix (current leader of the BC NDP). Following are the full text of our question, and Dix's answer. Q: Considering that you are asking to be elected as leader of your political party,… read more
By now, few of us will have been able to escape being inundated with news snippets about the upcoming election. So far, each leader has done a lot of talking. Michael Ignatieff, leader of the Liberal Party speaks of Stephen Harper’s “politics of fear” and Stephen Harper talks about the dangers of… read more
Ethically leaning in: Imperfect allyship in psychology and social advocacy work
November 1st, 2021
Join us in exploring how to ethically navigate imperfect allyship.