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


Professional Boundaries Inc – PBI Best Practice Prescribing: Opioids, Pain Management and Addiction – Online Course

The Immigrant & Refugee Mental Health Project – October 1 (full), November 26, 2018, January 28, 2019, April 29, 2019 (on-line)

Aulneau Renewal Centre – Developmental Trauma – Winnipeg MB March 6 & 7(1/2 Day)

SHQC & SHA – Falling Through the Cracks – Greg’s Story Saskatoon Broadway Theatre March 7, 2019

Attachment Network – Across the ASD Spectrum – Winnipeg, MB March 14 & 15, 2019

Creative Interventions for Children and Families Coping with Loss – Queen’s House – Saskatoon, SK March 21 & 22, 2019

CTRI – Crisis & Trauma Various Workshops – Saskatoon & Regina – see posts for dates March – May, 2019

CTRI – Saskatchewan Workshops Saskatoon & Regina, SK – February – April 2019 (Certificate Programs & Various Workshops)

Relationship conference 2019 – Regina Speech Centre – Apr 5 & 6/19 Ramada Regina

AULNEAU – Cannibis Information Workshop – Winnipeg, MB April 18, 2019

Victims of Homicide Western Canadian Conference – Edmonton, AB Apr 28-30 Participants include members of Alberta Justice, corrections services , various police agencies, Victim Services Advocates, health and social services agencies, psychologists, and other professionals, as well as victims who have survived the aftermath of murder.

Visual Journaling And Expressive Arts – Mayfair United Church – Saskatoon, SK May 2, 3 & 4, 2019

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

Somatic Experiencing Professional Training (Trauma Resolution)2019-2020 Beginning – Sept. 20-23, 2019; Beginning II – Dec. 6-9, 2019; Beginning III – Feb. 14-17, 2020 – Saskatoon, SK

Canadian Educators Conference on Mental Health CECMH – Toronto – Nov 7 & 8, 2019

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



University of Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Network for Health Services in French




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)