The Ontario Psychological Association is making mental health news, and covering it. Find recent articles, interviews, videos and social media relating to the most prominent mental health issues in Ontario – and the involvement of the OPA.
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.
The ONF and INESSS have released the INESSS-ONF Clinical Practice Guideline for the Rehabilitation of Adults with Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury.
Province Investing in More Psychotherapy, Supportive Housing and Services for Youth
Bell Let's Talk Day 2017 features video celebrating the role of psychologists.
Dr. Diana Velikonja, President-Elect, and Jan Kasperski, Chief Executive Officer, were interviewed by a reporter from HuffPost for this article.
The OPA has released two new Guidelines. Please click on the link to read all about them!
Today, the Ministry of Community and Social Services (MCSS) made an important announcement that will have a positive impact on adults with developmental disabilities across the province.
The OPA partnered with CAMH to host our third annual reception at Queen's Park demonstrating the strength of Psychology in Ontario.
The American Psychological Association is running a Podcast series called ‘Speaking of Psychology’ on a variety of topics and issues. Please click on the link to access the informative podcasts.
Today, Dr. Eric Hoskins, Ontario's Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, and Madeleine Meilleur, Ontario's Attorney General issued the following statement:
"Beginning today, medical assistance in dying is permitted in Ontario as a result of a decision by the Supreme Court of Canada.