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16 Concourse Gate, Suite 600 Ottawa Ontario Tel: 1-877-765-5565 Fax: 613-237-9786 www.ccpa-accp.ca firstname.lastname@example.org
Who are we? Our Vision and Our Mission
CCPA is a national and bilingual organization dedicated to the enhancement of the counselling profession in Canada
We promote policies and practices which support the provision of accessible, competent, and accountable counselling services throughout the human lifespan, and in a manner sensitive to the pluralistic nature of society
CCPA strives to understand the needs of the diverse community of counsellors in Canada and aspires to being inclusive in its membership and to being a strong voice for the promotion of counselling
What are we? A national association of professionally trained counsellors engaged in the helping professions founded in 1965
Advantages of Your CCPA Membership Reasonable membership fees Half price for students Protected professional title Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC)
Comprehensive Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice Serves as a guide for professional conduct for all members Rebates on our Counselling Ethics Casebook ($29.95) and on our Standards of Practice for Counsellors booklet ($10)
Free Subscription to Cognica,our quarterly newsletter and to the Canadian Journal of Counselling Eligibility for our CCPA Awards program Electronic newsletter and online discussion forum Networking and sharing ideas and expertise with other professionals
Available on our Web site Calendar of events, Extensive list of counselling related conferences List of pre-approved workshops Employment Opportunities Professional Development opportunities Official recognition of those activities through Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits Yearly Conference – open to all!
Interest based Chapters Counsellor Educators Career Development School Counsellors Private Practitioners Creative Arts in Counselling Pastoral Social Justice Aboriginal Circle Opportunity to join one or many of our Chapters according to your areas of interest or region of practice Regional Chapters British Columbia National Capital Region
Access to CCPA’s Ethics Committee for advice Access to our Home and Automobile Insurance Access to Professional Liability Insurance
Membership in CCPA Full member Category A ($150) Master’s degree in counselling or related field Institution needs to be recognized by the AUCC
Student Member ($75) Student presently enrolled in a counselling (or a related field) program at an institution recognized by the AUCC Membership fees are subject to change with notice
Certification - Aim To establish a process and National recognition for the title of Canadian Certified Counsellor To demonstrate to the public our Counsellors’ high level of professionalism To maintain a directory of Canadian Certified Counsellors To promote professional responsibility
To ensure professional visibility with employers, individual clients, colleagues from other professions To promote professional development of counsellors To facilitate professional recognition when we advocate for access to third-party payment eligibility with Health Insurance companies
Maintaining Certification Annually renew your full membership status with CCPA Pay annual fees of $65 Meet CCPA professional development standards: A minimum of 24 CEU hours *(Continuing Education Unit) related to the field of counselling, within every 3 year period
How to contact CCPA 16 Concourse Gate, Suite 600, Ottawa, ON K2E 7S8 Toll free: 1-877-765-5565 Local: 613-237-1099 Fax: 613-237-9786 Email: email@example.com Website: www.ccpa-accp.ca
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