- BMS position statement on COVID-19 and insurance coverage within the CPA/CPAP program member policies.
- Psychological Coping During COVID-19
- APNL Guidance to Psychologists for COVID-19
- The CPA has produced a series of Fact Sheets in response to the coronavirus pandemic:
- Psychological Impacts of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) - PDF | HTML 03/20/2020
- Psychological Practice and the Coronavirus (COVID-19) - PDF | HTML 03/18/2020
- Working from Home During COVID-19, With and Without Children - PDF | HTML 03/17/2020
- Coping With and Preventing COVID-19 - PDF | HTML updated 03/13/2020
- CPA's Corona Virus - COVID-19 Resources and Member Messages page.
Welcome to the website of the Association of Psychology in Newfoundland Labrador (APNL)! If you are a Psychologist and wish to contact us, please find our contact information in the "Contact Us" section of the website. If you are seeking Psychology Services, please use our "Find a Psychology Provider" section.
APNL is a fraternal organization dedicated to the promotion of psychology in Newfoundland and Labrador and to the service of our members across the province. Our parent organization is the Canadian Psychological Association. Currently, there are approximately 220 APNL members province-wide. APNL was known as ANP until June 2007.
Research and academic psychologists use the scientific method to study human thoughts, feelings and behaviour. Applied psychologists apply the results of that research for the betterment of humanity at the societal, policy, program, organizational, group, family and individual level.
Psychologists analyze human development across the lifespan and are an integral part of the education and health systems in this province. Psychologists in independent practice contribute to the well-being of individuals, families, organizations, and communities throughout Newfoundland and Labrador.
Psychology is for everyone!