Launched the Indigenous Continuing Education Credits Program in September.
Assisted in efforts to achieve regulation of the profession in Alberta.
Continued involvement with FACTS across the country.
Third-party billing success with Veterans Affairs Canada whereby CCCs are now eligible to apply as service providers in unregulated provinces.
CCPA exhibited at the Independent Financial Brokers Summit and the Extended Human Resources Council meeting on mental health, inclusion and diversity.
Recognized and supported a number of national and international special days and weeks by issuing press releases.
Presented a webinar to mental health working group members of the Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association.
Supporting and exhibiting at the Families in Canada 2019 Conference hosted by the Vanier Institute of the Family.
Launch of the Chapters for Reconciliation Initiative by the Indigenous Circle Chapter and the national Indigenous Director.
Launch of third-party billing project by the Manitoba Chapter.
Continued advocacy in HST/GST exemption for counselling/psychotherapy services.
Continued working with national partners in advancing mental health and wellness including :
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Developing a new section in our member portal to assist members with frequently asked questions on Ethics and Standards of Practice.
A successful move of National Office to a larger space.
Addition of National Office team members to support a steadily increasing membership. We are now at 7000+ members!
Partnering with the IAC for the 2019 Conference in Moncton.
Revamped our Conference webpage for better functionality.
Scheduled more and new webinars for the 2019 season.
Secured better professional liability insurance through BMS Canada Risk Services Ltd (BMS Group) to give members access to higher limits and enhanced coverage at no additional cost.
Continued to offer a legal advice service to offer certified members 24/7 access to experts in the field.
Created new Awards to recognize the significant contributions of our members.
Had an in-depth social media consultation and developed a new strategy for increased and meaningful presence moving forward.
Development of a Mentorship Program pilot.
Growth in the Student Representatives Program: the number of student representatives doubled!
Launch of an Ethics Task Group to review and update the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.
Joined the School Counsellors Chapter in celebrating Canadian School Counselling Week in February.
Published a new section on our website entirely dedicated to the topic of clinical supervision in counselling.
Held our first National Clinical Supervision Symposium in Ottawa in November.
Welcomed Clinical Supervisors to the newly named Counsellor Educators and Supervisors Chapter.
Continued to annually sponsor two graduate-level courses in clinical supervision at the University of Lethbridge.
Certified more Canadian Certified Counsellors – Supervisors.