The Ontario College Counsellors has published an initial report on an analysis of counselling services at provincial colleges.
The report outlines the findings of a study conducted during the 2011-12 academic year designed to provide a comprehensive description of counsellor characteristics, determine how counselling is delivered in Ontario colleges, identify models/approaches to counselling delivery, identify strengths and weaknesses associated with each model and develop realistic service delivery guidelines/benchmarks that incorporate ethical practice, professional regulatory requirements and fiscal realities.
Compilation of various ethics-related articles and information resources from several sources including: American Psychologist, Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community and the American Psychological Association.
The British Association for Counselling grew from the Standing Conference for the Advancement of Counselling, a grouping of organisations inaugurated in 1970 at the instigation of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations. Membership was extended to include individuals when in 1977, with the aid of a grant from the Home Office Voluntary Service Unit, the British Association for Counselling was founded.
The Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association is a national bilingual association of professionally trained counsellors engaged in the helping professions. CCPA’s approximately 5000 + members work in many diverse fields of education, employment and career development, social work, business, industry, mental health, public service agencies, government and private practice.
To honour excellence in provincial or national leadership by a CCPA member that encourages advancement of the profession.
The CCPA Honorary Life Membership may be awarded to members who have made a considerable contribution to the aims and objectives of CCPA.
The thesis must be part of the requirements of a recognized university for a Master’s degree specializing in counselling.