Welcome to the Ontario Psychological Association

Welcome to the Ontario Psychological Association

We are the home of psychology in Ontario—working toward our vision that every Ontarian has timely and equitable access to the health services they need to maintain their psychological health and well-being.

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Looking for help?

Whether you’re looking to find a psychological professional for yourself or a loved one – or to learn more about what mental health and the role that psychology plays – our website is the best place to start.

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OPA News

New WSIB Community Mental Health Program

In collaboration with OPA, WSIB has developed and recently launched the New Community Mental Health Program and is now taking members. Consider taking part! To view the program details and register, please go to the WSIB site.

Major Depression - Care for Adults and Adolescents

This quality standard addresses care for people who have major depression. The quality standard applies to adults and adolescents who have suspected major depression, and it considers all care settings.

OPA CAPDA Submission re Marshall Report

The Ministry of Finance has been consulting with stakeholders regarding the Marshall Report - “Fair Accident Benefits Fairly Delivered, A Review of the Auto Insurance System in Ontario”. The joint OPA/CAPDA response to the Marshall Report was submitted on September 15, 2017.

INESSS-ONF Moderate to Severe TBI Clinical Practice Guideline

The ONF and INESSS have released the INESSS-ONF Clinical Practice Guideline for the Rehabilitation of Adults with Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury.

Ontario Providing Faster Access to Mental Health Services for Thousands of People

Province Investing in More Psychotherapy, Supportive Housing and Services for Youth

OPA Events

Incorporating DBT Informed Practice when Working with Families and Adolescents
| 114 Maitland Street | Toronto | ON
The Therapeutic Relationship is Your Most Powerful Tool (and Biggest Pitfall)
- | 114 Maitland Street | Toronto | ON
Assessing for Antisocial/Violent Potential and Clinical Risk Management in Elementary School-Aged Children:
| Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning 686 Bay Street, Toronto
Certificate in Addiction Counselling: Level 1
- | 114 Maitland Street | Toronto | ON
Anxiety and the Gift of the Imagination:

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