Continuing Education

The information regarding continuing education opportunities on this site is being posted by the SCP as a service to the membership. The SCP does not accept responsibility for the quality of the event/training, nor by posting the event information does it endorse the particular viewpoint or approach being promoted. Members are encouraged to do their own investigation regarding the validity and usefulness of the topic area being promoted.

Continuing Education Credits Explanation

CTRI Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute – Provides resources and training in the areas of mental health, trauma, addictions and more. They have a variety of open enrolment workshops happening in Sask. in 2021, as well as a multitude of free resources, including webinars, resource manuals, video training and posters/handouts. Please see this link

Beck Youth Inventories – 2nd Edition, India on our Digital Assessment Platform Q-global Identify in children & adolescents 7-18: Depression, Anxiety, Anger, Disruptive Behaviour, Self-concept

Professional Boundaries, Inc. – PBI Best Practice Prescribing – Self Paced New Online Course

Polyvogal Theory for Children: Practical Application to Build Safety, Create Attachment & Develop Connection – International ISC




Saskatchewan Reintegration Plan – Video presentation on providing supports to emergency workers, prepared by the Edmonton Police Service

Queering Mental Health Conference — Call for Presenter Submissions

CACBT/ACTCC Invitation to become a Member

ISNR University-Online Learning Courses added

Harm Reduction Certificate York University, online program

Canadian Obesity Network Obesity Knowledge Transfer Series

ISNR UNIVERSITY NOW ONLINE – Psychologists Guide to Psychopharmacology-CPA Course

Saskatchewan Association for Safe Workplaces in Health #IWillReport Program – Video Link

Sask Health Information Resources Program (SHIRP) sign up

University of Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Network for Health Services in French




Study – Teletherapy for Clients with Psychotic Disorders – Université de Montréal

Survey – Biases in Clinical Decision-Making – University of Alberta

Study – Frontline Healthcare Providers who have Cared for Patients During the COVID19 Pandemic – University of Manitoba

Survey – Study on the Attitudes of Psychologists and Psychotherapists Towards Psychotherapy Research on Best Practices – McGill University

Survey – Psychologists’ Suicide Risk Assessment Practices and Experiences in Canada – Research Study for Registered Psychologists – University of Alberta

Study – Defining Service Intensity – Western University

Mental Health Professionals’ Perceptions of Mental Health Apps

Canadian Suicide Exposure Study-Exploring the Impact of Suicide in Canada

Survey of Mental Health Professionals

Survey – Online Study on Attitudes Towards the Lockdown – Research Laboratory on Emotions and Representations – University of Quebec

Research Study for Non-Indigenous Mental Health Professionals–  Research Study in Counselling Psychology – University of Saskatchewan

Diagnostic Decision Making and Clinical Practice in Military Mental Health – Research Survey – Cognition and Anxiety Studies Laboratory, University of Ottawa

Survey – Serious Games – Research Survey – McGill University

Treatment Study for Patients with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder – Research Study – Brown University, Providence, RI

Psychologists Doctoral Research Project – School Psychologists  – Go to links & letter

Forensic Psychology Practice in Canada




UofA EDPY_HSE 2018-04-23 – University of Alberta, Edmonton (extend your knowledge & skills as a health science educator)