Contact Us

Please be aware that if you phone CAP you will be asked to submit your inquiry in writing. Your call may be recorded for quality assurance.

*By sending an email, you hereby consent to the College of Alberta Psychologists' collection, use, release, and disclosure of personal and confidential information for professional conduct and other regulatory purposes, in accordance with the Health Professions Act, Personal Information Protection Act and the Privacy Policy of the College of Alberta Psychologists. A copy of the Privacy Policy as well as the contact information for the Privacy Officer that can be found here.*

Getting to the College of Alberta Psychologists

The CAP office is located dowtown in the Sun Life building on 99 Street and 101 Avenue.

It is quite easy to find, but parking can be challenging and is not free. There are limited metered parking spaces on both 99 Street and 101 Avenue as well as several surface lots and parkades in the area.

The office is on major public transit routes, and a short walk from the Churchill LRT station. A number of Edmonton Transit, St. Albert Transit and Strathcona Transit buses stop just a block away on Jasper Avenue.


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