Aga Witkowska is aRegistered Provisional Psychologist and is a member of: Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association Psychologist Association of Alberta
In Canada, Counsellors and Psychologists follow the standards of practice defined by Canadian and provincial regulatory bodies.
Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA): The Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA) is a national and bilingual organization dedicated to the enhancement of the counselling profession in Canada. CCPA welcomes all qualified counsellors and psychotherapists in the profession. The membership includes experts and specialists in numerous mental health areas ranging from ADHD and learning disabilities; marriage counselling; eating disorders; stress, depression, and anger; grief and infertility; weight management and body image; addiction; Aboriginal issues; family counselling; career development and management, and much more. www.ccpa-accp.ca
College of Alberta Psychologists (CAP): The Mandate of the College of Alberta Psychologists is to serve the interests of the public and guide the profession of psychology. The basis of regulation for the profession of psychology in Alberta are provided through: Health Professions Act, Psychologists Profession Regulations, Standards of Practice, Canadian Code of Ethics for Psychologists. CAP regulates the process of becoming a Registered Psychologist in Alberta and revises concerns and complains of the practice of its members. www.cap.ab.ca
Psychologist Association of Alberta (PAA): The Mission of the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta is to advance the science-based profession of psychology and to promote the well-being and potential of all Albertans. www.psychologistsassociation.ab.ca