Children and Youth Mental Health & Substance Use Collaborative
Colleagues from the Interior making an impression at the Children and Youth Mental Health & Substance Use Collaborative in Kelowna. This is the beginning of the redevelopment of the Child and Youth mental health services in BC. We are honoured to be asked to participate in this very important project.
More information will be announced in early fall !
School counselling in Canada is thriving - be part of something great through membership in the CCPA School Counsellors Chapter.
Originating in 2000, the School Counsellors Chapter is a growing professional group of CCPA. The Chapter aims to provide elementary and secondary school counsellors in Canadian private and public schools with access to professional development, open discussion and networking, advocacy, and research opportunities.
The Chapter members come from all Canadian provinces and territories. Students and international members also belong to the Chapter. CCPA members who are school counsellors, or other CCPA members interested in the school counselling profession, may join the School Counsellors Chapter for a fee of $15 per year.
The majority of Chapter members have chosen to attain the “Canadian Certified Counsellor” (C.C.C.) designation.
Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA)
As a group, the CAI represents a varied cross section of interest and experience. Our collective expertise stems from lived experience, research, advocacy, volunteer and work practice. Our members are drawn from community social services, business, labour, government, Aboriginal leadership agencies and representatives from the BC Alliance for Mental Health/Illness and Addiction.
Thanks to all those
who attended, presented, exhibited, sponsored the BCSCA Annual Conference.
Did you miss the one of the KEYNOTE presentations? We have posted the a digital recording of Dr. Shanker's and Dr. Mathison's presentations on the BCSCA YouTube channel
LOOKING for a copy from a powerpoint or handout from one of the sessions you attended this year? Become a member of this website, and download the information.
E.R.A.S.E stands for Expect Respect and a Safe Education.
The province’s 10-point ERASE Bullying Strategy, which includes the launch of the new ERASEBullying.ca web portal and the new ReportBullyingBC.ca online reporting tool. The new website provides vital information, links and tips for parents and students while the new online reporting tool provides students a secure and anonymous way to report instances of bullying, threats and other safety concerns.