The Association of Canadian Psychology Regulatory Organizations (ACPRO)

is a national organization composed of the provincial and territorial regulators for psychology in Canada. Together, we share expertise and support a common commitment to the public interest in the competent, ethical, and safe practice of psychology.

With the exception of the Yukon Territory, only licensed/registered psychologists may practice in Canada, and they may only practice in a province or territory where they have been licensed/registered.

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ACPRO News

  • An Apology to Indigenous People and a Pledge to Be Anti-Racist As the Association of Canadian Psychology Regulatory Organizations (ACPRO), an association of organizations that regulate the profession of psychology in Canada, we apologize to the Indigenous people (First Nations, Métis and Inuit) and communities who have experienced racism while engaging with the individual psychology regulatory organizations or with the psychology professionals we regulate. As regulators,… Read more
  • Statement by Association of Canadian Psychology Regulatory Organizations regarding New Brunswick’s Bill-35 The Association of Canadian Psychology Regulatory Organizations (ACPRO) represents the legislatively established Colleges and Boards established to enhance public protection through regulation of entry into and practice of the profession of psychology. ACPRO invites New Brunswick legislators to take the following matters into account in reconsidering the substance of Bill-35. Interpretation of psychological tests is… Read more