We advocate for psychology through representations to government, employers and the public at large.
We advocate for the public through representations to government and employers on matters affecting public mental health and wellness.
We educate by organizing and facilitating workshops and conferences.
We build psychological collegiality by fostering a sense of community among all who identify with psychology.
For those who want to know how to get started and what to expect we’ve put together what you need to know about asking for help.
A psychologist’s job is to help people understand, explain and change their behaviour by studying how we think, feel and act.
- Nanos Research COVID-19 SurveyAPNS has joined with the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) and the Council of Professional Associations of …
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- Part-time or Full-time PsychologistPOSITION: Part-time or Full-time PsychologistORGANIZATION: Leading StrongLOCATION: Windsor, Nova Scotia We are currently looking for a …