About the College

Our mandate is to serve the interests of the public and guide the profession of psychology.
The College of Alberta Psychologists (the “College”) is the regulatory body for the profession of psychology in the province of Alberta. Self-regulated professions establish entrance criteria and apply ethical codes and practice standards for the profession. The regulatory body also investigates complaints of unprofessional conduct and, where appropriate, takes steps to enhance the practice of its members to protect the public. Information about the College and about registration processes, professional conduct, legislation and privacy, as well as a members registry, are available on this website. It is not a post-secondary or educational institution.



Register as a Psychologist

This section provides information and resources regarding registration requirements, fees and the forms that must be completed in order to become a registered psychologist in Alberta.


Concerns about a Psychologist

This section provides information and resources to address concerns about the conduct of a psychologist.


Professional Guidance

The College communicates daily with members, providing regulatory information and guidance. Regulated members are welcome to contact the College for professional guidance related to regulatory information.