The legislation governing the College is «The College of Psychologists Act (2017)» (assented to May 5, 2017).
The College of Psychologists of New Brunswick is a self-regulated body established by By-Laws.
The Council may make by-laws that are consistent with the Act and the regulations, respecting the conduct of the affairs of the College.
- Cover & Table of Contents
- Rule No. 1 – Licensing Requirements
- Rule No. 2 – Continuing Education
- Rule No. 3 – Psychology Professional Corporations
- Rule No. 4 – Virtual or Electronic AGM
Code of Ethics
CPNB has adopted the Canadian Psychological Association Code of Ethics as its own ethical standards for the conduct of licensed psychologists and interim members (Residents in psychology).
Code of Conduct
Regulatory rules of a Code of Conduct protect the public welfare by assuring that the client of a licensed psychologist can have a reasonable, legally protected, understanding of the rules that will govern the professional’s behavior in the professional relationship.