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Ready, Set, Launch!

Posted by: CC PA on June 19, 2015 10:26 am

website To celebrate CCPA’s 50th Anniversary as a National Association, we are proud to announce that we have launched a brand new website! www.ccpa-accp.ca has a fresh new design, a more organized layout, and a sleek sophisticated feel.

All of the same information will still be readily available:

– Are you thinking about becoming a CCPA member?

– Are you interested in applying for our Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC) designation?  Download our certification requirements & procedures manual

– Access a list of all of our available forms including (but not limited to):

  • Proof of Student Status
  • Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC) application
  • Canadian Certified Counsellor – Supervisor (CCC-S) application
  • Continuing Education Credits (CEC) application
  • Awards Nomination
  • Publication Order

– Want to join a new chapter? View all of our interest based and regional based chapters

– Looking for advertisement options?

– Get the most up-to-date information regarding our Annual Conference

– Learn more about CCPA’s National Board of Directors and National Office staff

– Do you have general questions regarding membership, mention of membership, certification, regulation across Canada, continuing education, accreditation, or ethics? Visit our FAQ section!

– Do you have specific questions for one of our staff? Contact us directly!

We welcome your feedback, so please feel free to leave your comments below.

*The views expressed by our authors are personal opinions and do not necessarily reflect the views of the CCPA

Happy Birthday to Us!

Posted by: Dawn Schell on June 3, 2015 8:46 am

50. The CCPA is 50 years old!

Imagine all that has changed since 1965…

Vehicles, medical breakthroughs, space exploration, job titles, prices, environmental concerns, clothing styles (though some of them keep coming back!), phones, computers, technology, the Internet…to name a few.


Attitudes towards counselling have changed. Not to mention where and how counselling takes place.  Mental health and wellbeing is an increasingly important conversation in workplaces and communities.

Yup. A lot has changed.

And now imagine all that hasn’t changed ….

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*The views expressed by our authors are personal opinions and do not necessarily reflect the views of the CCPA