If you do not receive a reply within 48 hours, please contact our office at 780.424.5070 or toll free in Alberta at 1.800.659.0857.
All complaints must be submitted in writing and must be signed. A complaint against a former member must be made within two years from the time they stopped being a member of CAP. Apart from this, there is no time limitation for filing a complaint.
If you decide to make a formal complaint against a psychologist or former member (within the two year period allowed under legislation), a complaint reporting form may be obtained by either writing or telephoning CAP and requesting a complaint package.
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This section provides information and resources regarding registration requirements, fees and renewing a practice permit.
This section provides information and resources to address concerns about the conduct of a psychologist.
CAP communicates with members, providing regulatory information and guidance. Regulated members are welcome to contact CAP for professional guidance related to regulatory information.
Learn more about CAP and its mandated responsibiliites under the Health Professions Act.
A number of documents govern the regulation of the profession of psychology and documents and resources are developed in order to promote competent and ethical practice and to guide its members.
Addressing and Preventing Sexual Abuse and Misconduct for Psychologists