Syrian Refugees and the Role of Psychologists

Syrian Refugees and the Role of Psychologists

OPA is stepping forward to assist with the settlement of Syrian refugees.

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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?

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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Engaging the Provincial Government

Engaging the Provincial Government

On Tuesday, March 10, 2015 OPA held its Second Annual Reception for MPP’s at Queen's Park - and it was a resounding success!

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Helping our Military Heroes

Helping our Military Heroes

The OPA was recognized at highest level for groundbreaking work with Canada’s military heroes. Read about this and other OPA achievements – in the ONPsych NewsBriefs.

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OPA News

OPA 2016 Newsbrief - Advocacy into Action

The OPA partnered with CAMH to host our third annual reception at Queen's Park demonstrating the strength of Psychology in Ontario.

APA Psychology Podcast series titled, ‘Speaking of Psychology.’

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.

Statement by Ontario's Minister of Health and Long-Term Care and Attorney General on Medical Assistance in Dying

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.

Offenders with mental health needs shouldn’t be in jail: task force report

A task force on jail overcrowding says that in “appropriate circumstances,” offenders with mental health needs should not be in correctional institutions.

Syrian Refugee Healthline Information

Please click on the link for access to relevant forms, information and contact number.

OPA Events

9th Biennial International Meaning Conference
- | Novotel Toronto North York, 3 Park Home Avenue, North York, ON M2N 6L3
PARENTING COORDINATION FOUNDATIONS
- | 1709 Bathurst St. Toronto, ON

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