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 Online Workshops and Webinars – Online workshops and webinars running January – March, 2021

Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Remote Training – Tuesdays & Thursdays, February 2 – March 4, 2021

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


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




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 of the University of Quebec, Montreal, QC

RecruitmentE-Mnot show interes M-4 – Research Study in Counselling Psychology – U of S

Dear respected colleagues,

You are invited to participate in an online survey about diagnostic decision making and clinical practice in military mental health. You will be asked to provide your diagnostic impression and treatment recommendations for three clinical vignettes, and respond to survey questions about diagnostic decision making in your current practice.You are eligible to participate if you are a regulated mental health professional. We know your time is valuable, and we appreciate your input on this important research. To thank you for your participation, you will be receive a $5 Amazon gift card. The survey takes approximately 45-60 minutes to complete.To participate, please click the following link: We would also appreciate if you would share the survey link with your professional colleagues. This helps us obtain representation of mental health professionals from across the country.This study is being conducted at the University of Ottawa, and has received ethics approval from the University of Ottawa Research Ethics Board.If you have any questions or comments about the study, please contact Stephanie A. Houle, PhD Candidate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Ottawa at or Andrea R. Ashbaugh, Ph.D., C.Psych, Associate Professor, School of Psychology, Director of the Cognition and Anxiety Studies Laboratory (, (613)562-5800, x. 4813. – This study is being led by Dr. Caroline Sanders (Associate Professor in the School of Nursing at the University of Northern British Columbia), Dr. Nicole Jensine Todd (BC Women’s Hospital), Dr. Nina Callens (Centre for Research on Culture and Gender, Ghent University) and Dr. Tiffany Jones (Department of Educational Studies). Study collaborators include Dr. Jean-Pierre Chanoine (BC Children’s Hospital) and Dr. Morgan Holmes (Department of Sociology, Wilfrid Laurier University). This study is being funded by a CIHR grant, Transitions in Care – Best and Wise Practices<>. The aim of this research call is to explore the meaning of transition for individuals living with intersex. CIHR offers that “Transitions in care are when transfer of responsibility and accountability for someone or all aspects of patient care occurs among providers, institutions, and/or sectors”. Part of this work involves connecting with individuals and providers to learn about healthcare transitions that occur throughout the life-cycle of a person with differences in sex development / intersex (please note CIHR used intersex in the grant call, which is mirrored here). We are asking if you can share any information you may have with us through a brief survey at or through email at<> .

McGill University – Serious Games Survey

Hello Mental Health Providers: For many patients with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), medication and/or CBT and ERP are effective treatment options. For some, these treatments are ineffective, and they are severely disabled by their OCD. Psychiatric neurosurgical procedures represent one treatment modality that is open to such patients. We are seeking to gain a better understanding of providers’ knowledge of and attitudes toward psychiatric neurosurgery for OCD so that we can understand referral patterns and awareness about this treatment option for intractable OCD. We would appreciate your time in filling out this survey to help us reach this goal, no matter your level of knowledge or expertise on the topic. 

Neuropsychology Research Opportunity – Click links for more information

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

McGill University Research Study – Certificat d’éthique  McGill University Research Study on Stroke Management in Canada

McGill University Research Study – Statement and Survey Link

Invitation to Psychologists Regarding Dementia Study to learn about Driving and Dementia in Saskatchewan

Forensic Psychology Practice in Canada

University of Saskatcheawan Letter of Inivitation to Participate — Project Title: Motivations for Clinical Supervision

Universite de Sherbrooke – Statement and Survey Link

McGill Psychotherapy Process Research Group – Invitation in Study on (EBP)and link

CPA Psychology Graduate Survey


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