To Our Members
The Psychology Association of Saskatchewan (PAS) is very aware of the wide-reaching impact COVID-19 is having on our Saskatchewan people. We recognize the pressure that this health crisis is having on educators, teachers, supervisors, and practitioners of psychology. On behalf of the PAS Executive, we thank for the role you are playing in your communities. In support of this effort, we will be creating a resource list. This list will be updated over time.
Recommended Fee Schedule for Psychologists
$180 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 June 2018. It is the intention of the PAS to review the fee on an annual basis.
You will need a Visa or Mastercard to pay the membership fee. There are no paper applications.
Please use a valid email to register as we use the email on file to communicate with members, including sending out renewal codes for the next year registration, thank you.
Any resident of Saskatchewan who meets at least one of the following criteria is eligible for admission to full membership with the Association:
(a) registration with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists;
(b) holds a Master's or Doctoral degree based on a course of studies in
any area of psychology; and/or
(c) holds a Baccalaureate degree with significant psychological content or equivalent, and has been involved in the provision of psychological services on a full-time basis.
Any person eligible for full membership, student membership, or honorary membership and who resides outside the Province of Saskatchewan may be admitted to affiliate membership. Similarly, any person not eligible for full membership or student membership, yet interested in furthering the activities of the Association may be admitted to affiliate membership, at the discretion of the council.
Any resident of Saskatchewan enrolled as a full-time or part-time student in a graduate or undergraduate program of psychology may be admitted to student membership.
Continuing Education Credits
Members get exclusive access to continuing education. Check back regularly to find out about the latest opportunities.
We are pleased to announce that members of CPA and provincial/territorial associations now have access to an improved liability insurance program, brokered by BMS Group Inc. BMS replaces McFarlan Rowlands as the exclusive professional liability insurance broker for members of the CPA and provincial and territorial associations. BMS brings a new member-centric perspective to the design and delivery of the psychology insurance program, including significant immediate and long-term benefits to policyholders.
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.