The Child and Youth Care Association of NL is hosting its annual Provincial Conference in St. John's, NL - attached is the conference program and registration. You can also visit our website www.cycanl.ca

We are very pleased to have Dr. Linda Chamberlain as our key note speaker

If you have any questions please contact us using the contact information on the registration form or at this email.

Please feel free to distribute the conference information to your colleagues or other professional groups.                                       

 

Mind Your Mental Health Campaign

 

 

MEMBERSHIP RENEWALS

New membership renewal/application form here

 

President's Message

Welcome to the website of the Association of Psychology in Newfoundland Labrador (APNL)!

If you are a Psychologist and wish to contact us, please find our contact information in the "Contact Us" section of the website.

If you are seeking Psychology Services, please use our "Find a Psychology Provider" section.

The APNL is a fraternal organization dedicated to the promotion of psychology in Newfoundland and Labrador and to the service of our members across the province. Our parent organization is the Canadian Psychological Association. Currently, there are approximately 220 APNL members province-wide. APNL was known as ANP until June 2007.

Research and academic psychologists use the scientific method to study human thoughts, feelings and behaviour. Applied psychologists apply the results of that research for the betterment of humanity at the societal, policy, program, organizational, group, family and individual level.

Psychologists analyze human development across the lifespan and are an integral part of the education and health systems in this province. Psychologists in independent practice contribute to the well-being of individuals, families, organizations, and communities throughout Newfoundland and Labrador.

Psychology is for everyone!

As of the 2012 AGM, APNL has made a fee schedule recommendation at the rate of $150/hour for individual treatment provided by a Registered Psychologist.  We arrived at this decision by comparing rates in the other Atlantic Provinces, and the membership voted at the last AGM.

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