Canadian Psychological Association (CPA)
CPA- Canadian Code of Ethics for Psychologists (English- Fourth Edition, 2017)
This Code articulates ethical principles, values, and standards to guide all members of the Canadian Psychological Association, whether scientists, practitioners, or scientist practitioners, or whether acting in a research, direct service, teaching, student, trainee, administrative, management, employer, employee, supervisory, consultative, peer review, editorial, expert witness, social policy, or any other role related to the discipline of psychology.
CPA- Professional Practice Guidelines for School Psychologists in Canada (2007)
The intent of this document is twofold. First, in establishing guidelines for the practice of psychology within Canadian schools, it is guidance for psychologists. Second, in establishing guidelines for psychologists, it informs other educational and health professionals working in the school system about the role of the school psychologist. Increasingly, health and education professionals in Canada’s public systems work within collaborative and consultative models – an evolving model of practice in which administrators, educators, health professionals, students and families need to work together to enhance student learning and development.