Public Resources

Recommended Fee Schedule for Psychologists

$200 per hour

The above fee recommendation derived by the Psychological Association of Saskatchewan represents a general guideline to assist individual psychologists in determining fee rates for services. The fee recommendation is also made available for reference to users of psychological services such as individual clients and insurers. Each practitioner sets their own fees, incorporating this fee guideline into their particular circumstance. It is expected fees will be adjusted based upon the specific credentials of the psychologist and nature of services being offered (e.g., legal and consultation services may garner a higher hourly rate).

This fee recommendation came into effect on January 2022. It is the intention of the PAS to review the fee on an annual basis.

To Our Communities

The Psychology Association of Saskatchewan (PAS) is very aware of the wide-reaching impact COVID-19 is having on our Saskatchewan people. In this time of uncertainty, existing mental health concerns may worsen or new concerns may arise. To provide assistance to those looking to garner mental health support we have compiled the list below of our members who are willing and able to provide virtual care.

Selecting a Practioner

When mental health, behavioural, or relationship difficulties are causing you distress, who should you turn to for help? Choosing a mental health provider can be confusing! We've developed a quick and helpful guide to guide to selecting a Practitioner.

Awards & Scholarships

Every year the PAS recognizes psychologists and students through a series of awards.

Jillings Award in Psychology

The purpose of the Jillings Award is to recognize an individual(s) who has made outstanding contributions towards excellence in psychology in Saskatchewan.

Annual Student Scholarship

The Psychology Association of Saskatchewan extends an invitation to all eligible students to enter the Annual Student Scholarship competition. Full-time Doctoral, Masters, and Honours students in any area of basic, applied, clinical, or educational psychology, who do not currently hold a major scholarship (e.g., SSHRC) or departmental award over $10,000.00, are eligible to submit an application.

Two scholarships, each totalling $500.00, will be presented to successful candidates. Eligible candidates will be judged based on their academic standing, or thesis/dissertation work. Candidates may only hold one PAS scholarship at a time.

Call For Submissions (PDF)

Student Scholarship Criteria and Application - Academic Achievement (PDF)

Student Scholarship Criteria and Application- Research based (PDF)


For those who are interested in posting an employment opportunity on the PAS website you can email The Psychology Association of Saskatchewan (PAS) has a reciprocity agreement with the Psychological Association of Alberta (PAA) offering registration to the two associations’ respective continuing employment programs at the same fees that each of these associations charges to their own members.

Who We Are:

CASA Psychology Services (formerly Chartier Arnold Shimp & Associates) is a group counselling and psychological practice of doctoral and master’s level psychologists that offers comprehensive assessment, treatment and consultation services for adults, children, adolescents, and couples. Our practice was opened in 1989 and is one of the largest psychology practices in Saskatchewan.

We foster a culture of excellence with a focus on ethical and evidence-based practice that meets the needs of the very diverse community we serve. Our mission is to help people make substantial and lasting changes in their lives. We are centrally located on College Drive in Saskatoon, close to the University of Saskatchewan and the South Saskatchewan River.

If you are looking to join a dynamic team that is making a difference in the community, we want to hear from you! Our team of psychologists and therapists is supported by an administrative team that will allow you to focus on what is important – providing psychological and counselling services to your clients. We are a collaborative and supportive group that provides the opportunity for growth and development through monthly clinical rounds and accessible consultation / supervision opportunities.

What we’re looking for:

• A Doctoral or Master’s level degree in Psychology and are currently registered, or are eligible for registration, with the College of Psychologists of Saskatchewan; a Master’s level degree in Social Work and currently registered, or eligible for registration, with the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers; or a Master’s level degree in Psychology and are currently registered, or eligible for registration, with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.

• The demonstrated skills to provide evidence-based clinical management, assessment and therapy services.

• Excellent oral and written communication skills, interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively in a team environment.

• Experience working with adults, adolescents, children and/or families / couples – there is opportunity to have a broad practice or to focus on specific areas of interest.

• Applicants interested in providing in-person services, virtual services or a combination of both are encouraged to apply.

One or more of the following qualities would be considered assets:

• Experience or interest in providing clinical and counselling services to adults with a variety of mental health conditions, including mood and anxiety disorders, trauma, addictions, personality disorders, as well as problems in everyday living

• Experience or interest in adult rehabilitation/ health psychology and working with interdisciplinary teams

Why Us?

• Flexible working hours: Our clinic is open during regular office hours and is fully supported by our administrative team during those hours. Therapists may work early/late/weekends if they choose. Full-time or part-time hours available.

• Competitive pay rate – salary or fee for service options.

• Diverse Client Base: Our group prides ourselves on our relationships with insurance companies, family practices and other referral sources, offering our psychologists and therapists a variety of assessment and treatment opportunities.

• Marketing Efforts: As a part of the group, you will benefit from our large referral base and access to our waitlist.

• Team: We offer a team environment that is focused on growth and development. Our group is dynamic, collaborative and supportive. We enjoy staff lunches, team functions and celebrating each other’s milestones and successes.

• Consultation & Supervision Opportunities: We have several psychologists and therapists available to provide consultation and supervision with adults, children, adolescents, seniors and couples in the areas of clinical, counselling and health psychology.

• We provide administrative services that include full clinic management software for all appointments, billings etc.

How to Apply

If you are interested in hearing more about our practice and the positions available please contact our Practice Manager, Dr. Lana Shimp, via email at

Interested applicants can also forward their cover letter and CV to:

CASA Psychology Services (formerly Chartier Arnold Shimp & Associates)

Attn: Dr. Lana Shimp

1324 College Drive, Saskatoon, SK, S7N 0W5

or by Fax: (306) 664-6555

Penney Murphy & Associates is an established counselling practice in Saskatoon, and we’re seeking an additional Associate to deliver in-person and virtual therapy.

If you are a Registered Psychologist, Ed. Psych or Provisional with 2- 3 years’ experience and you’re passionate about helping clients in a private practice counselling setting, we’d love to hear from you!

We have part-time (minimum 6 hours a week) and/or a flexible fulltime opportunities available with a very competitive pay rate. If you are interested in more than the minimum 6 hours per week, we have an optional benefits package, pension & health spending account available to those working 20+ hours per week.

We provide a professional office space with the support of an Office Manager as well as Evening and Weekend Admin Assistants, website presence, email address, marketing, referrals, electronic scheduling, invoicing, clinical consultation and more.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide clinical counselling services (individual, and/or couples, child and youth counselling, addictions, mental health, anxiety, depression, PTSD, trauma & stress counselling)

  • Manage client files

  • Access Clinical Supervision and professional development on a regular basis

Qualifications and Skills (Must Haves):

  • Masters level education

  • Clinical Experience (2 – 3 years or more preferred)

  • Registration with your Professional Body

  • Have Professional Liability Insurance

  • Work from an eclectic approach and utilize a variety of therapeutic and clinical approaches such as CBT, DBT, Solution Focused, Motivational Interviewing, Narrative, Trauma Informed, Cultural and Diversity Sensitivity, Anti-racist, Pro LGBTQ2S+, Mental Health knowledge and experience an asset.

  • Specialized training (Accelerated Resolution Therapy, EMDR, The Gottman Method, Somatic Experiencing, etc.) is desirable.

  • A Team Player with a positive attitude and excellent communication skills

  • Able to work independently in a team environment

  • Able to provide a criminal record check and/or vulnerable sector/child welfare check

Please email your resume and cover letter to and please note if you are seeking a part-time or a flexible fulltime position.

Starting date: January 2023.

Kinetik Rehabilitation Services (Saskatoon, SK) - Saskatchewan Health Authority is seeking PhD Psychologists to join our dynamic interdisciplinary team. Kinetik offers interdisciplinary rehabilitation programs to individuals experiencing mental health challenges following physical and/or psychological injuries. In the mental health stream, psychologists provide specialized assessment and psychological

treatment to individuals dealing with post-traumatic stress, anxiety, depression, pain, sleep disruption, and stress related to difficult work experiences. In the physical injury stream, psychologists provide tertiary-level assessment and treatment to clients struggling with pain, loss of function, sleep disruption, life role/relationship changes, and mental health concerns following a physical workplace injury. Within both streams, clinicians work closely with a team of other professionals (including physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and exercise therapists) to assist clients in symptom management and resumption of function, including the creation of formal return to work plans. Applicants may express interest in either or both streams, with work allocated accordingly.

A background in evidence-based treatment for trauma, anxiety, depression and pain coping is an asset for this position; however, training and mentorship will be provided as part of employment. This includes regular peer consultation, conference participation, as well as formal training in relevant interventions

such as Prolonged Exposure Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy and/or other appropriate modalities.


  • Full and part-time positions available

  • Competitive salary

  • Relocation assistance

  • Extended health benefits and pension plan


  • Registered or eligible for registration with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists.

  • PhD in Clinical Psychology from an accredited (CPA or APA) academic program, including successful completion of an accredited (CPA or APA) pre-doctoral residency.


  • Ability to work independently and as a member of an interdisciplinary team.

  • Demonstrates broad assessment, treatment and consultation skills.

  • Knowledgeable in the field of health psychology, pain management and impacts of psychological factors on health.

  • Knowledgeable in the treatment of trauma and clinical mental health conditions.

Further job information can be found at:

Direct your inquiries to:

John Berzolla at (306) 655-8966 or email: