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COVID-19 Information for University Student Counseling Services

We have been contacted by a number of university student counselling services regarding their ability to offer services into New Brunswick to students enrolled at their universities who, due to the pandemic, are remaining in New Brunswick.  They noted that our current position is with respect to ‘existing clients’ and their situation would be that […]

GNB New on-line Tool

The attached document describes and provides internet links to MindWell, a suite of web based psychoeducation and skill based tools designed to help individuals manage emotions and improve well-being, now available on the Government of New Brunswick Website. Mindwell U Memo GNB – EN

COVID-19 Information for the general public

During the COVID-19 pandemic and current state of emergency, New Brunswickers are being asked to stay home. If you have an appointment booked with your psychologist or need to schedule one, you may be able to do so virtually via telepsychology or video conferencing. Contact your psychologists’ office for more details. If you are experiencing […]

COVID-19 information for out of province practitioners

COVID-19 INFORMATION FOR MEMBERS MARCH 24, 2020 Psychological Services by Out of Province Practitioners to Clients Temporarily Relocated to New Brunswick The College of Psychologists of New Brunswick (CPNB) has had several inquiries from licensed psychological service providers from other North American jurisdictions whose clients have temporarily relocated to New Brunswick during the COVID-19 pandemic. […]

Information to members regarding COVID-19

The following information has been e-mailed to members and collected from the government on dealing with COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 Update March 26 2020 Informed consent checklist for telepsychological services,  Message from Dr. Jennifer Russell, Chief Medical Officer of Health,  CPA Fact Sheet on COVID-19 https://cpa.ca/covid-19/ Anxiety Canada https://www.anxietycanada.com/articles/what-to-do-if-you-are-anxious-or-worried-about-coronavirus-covid-19/ BMS COVID-19_Position Statement_CPA CPAP March 19 2020 BMS […]

Welcome to Psychology Month 2020!!!

Welcome to Psychology Month 2020!!! We have many projects on the go this year to celebrate. Keep watch on our Facebook page and website as we showcase them throughout the month! We will continue to use our national commercial on social media, so please share with your followers. Newly designed this year, is a “What […]

Can I work in New Brunswick as a Psychologist with a Master’s Degree in Psychology?

Only individuals registered with the College of Psychologists of New Brunswick can practice as a psychologist in New Brunswick. The minimum educational requirement to be eligible for licensing as a psychologist in New Brunswick is a doctoral degree (Ph.D. or PsyD) in clinical, school or counseling psychology (complete licensing rules may be found at https://cpnb.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Rule-No.-1-Licensing-Requirements.pdf). […]

Working Conditions Report

The College of Psychologists of New Brunswick (CPNB) undertook a survey of its members in October 2017 with the purpose of understanding the demographic profile of its members, the type of work they do, and their satisfaction with their work environment. One of the primary reasons for conducting this survey was due to a significant […]

Be on the lookout!

In honor of Psychology month, I hope you will notice our public awareness campaign. We have billboards in Moncton, Saint John, Bathurst, Miramichi and back of the bus advertising in Fredericton. Here is a billboard in Moncton.  Be on the lookout!

Welcome to Psychology Month 2019!!!

KNOW YOUR ODDS…And change them with a PSYCHOLOGIST! Welcome to Psychology Month 2019!!! We are very excited to share with you our theme this year: Know your Odds…and change them with a PSYCHOLOGIST! We have many new projects on the go this year to celebrate. Keep watch on our Facebook page and website as we […]