The CAP Monitor

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. 

October 1, 2018

Issue 56 of the CAP Monitor

"On behalf of College Council and staff I would like to thank all of you who attended the first College of Alberta Psychologists and Psychologists’ Association of Alberta annual meetings and joint professional development day on...
July 1, 2018

Issue 55


"This has been a busy time for the College. Province-wide joint CAP/PAA Townhall meetings were held in April in Lethbridge and Medicine Hat. Both meetings were well attended and received."

March 1, 2018

Issue 54

"My first year as Registrar and CEO has been one of rapid and exciting change. Over the past 12 months the College of Alberta Psychologists (CAP) and the Psychology Association of Alberta (PAA) have established a positive, meaningful and...
December 1, 2017

Issue 53

"The College continues to make considerable progress in addressing Council’s 2017–2022 strategic priorities. Chief among these is engaging the profession. Over 250 members attended the September 16, 2017 Annual Meeting and...
October 1, 2017

Issue 52

"Thank you to all of those who presented and attended the September 2017 College of Alberta Psychologists’ Annual Meeting. A special thank you to College staff for their hard work leading up to the Annual Meeting and for giving up...
July 1, 2017

Issue 51


"This is my first letter to you in my capacity as Registrar. I would like to begin by thanking College Council, fellow regulators and the many members who wrote to me expressing the confidence they have in my appointment."


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