The CAP Monitor is a regular publication of the College of Alberta Psychologists and is published quarterly. The Publications Committee monitors the content of The CAP Monitor to ensure the information being conveyed is consistent with CAP’s mandate, governing documents and policy.
Speaking Out Against Racism
"The timing of this issue of The CAP Monitor could not have been better. The theme was planned well before the pandemic arrived. I need to find out the brand of the crystal ball that the staff have at the CAP office."
"The College of Alberta Psychologists (the “College”) has been exceptionally busy and productive this past spring and summer. One outcome has been the successful Annual Meeting and Professional Development Day."
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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