CCPA 2023 Conference - Live Broadcast and Recordings
October 20 - 21, 2023

Join counselling and psychotherapy colleagues from across the country to unpack our understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion practices and their influence in the counselling relationship and professional development. Be inspired and encouraged to move towards equity and justice in the healing process.


Your ticket includes:

  • Opening remarks and 2 keynotes
  • Six, 90-minute workshops (set program)
  • Opportunity to ask questions in the chat
  • Interpretation and access to recordings (in English) for 30 days



2023 CCPA Conference - LIVE Broadcast and Recordings

  • October 20 - 21, 2023

Event Workshops

FA1 We Matter: Hope, Culture & Strength

October 20, 2023  10:30 - 12:00
Fee: $0.00
Seats Remaining:303

  • Introductory
  • Danika Charlebois and Lisa Neault

We Matter is an Indigenous youth-led organization dedicated to Indigenous youth support, hope and life promotion. We create resources to facilitate important conversations on mental health, while also generating opportunities for Indigenous youth to step into their power, and see themselves represented positively. Our mission is to communicate to Indigenous youth that they matter, and support those going through a hard time. This session will discuss how sharing the stories of Indigenous youth, words of encouragement, and authentic messages of hope and resilience, can help to make a community and nation stronger.

SA2 BIPOC Perspectives On Counselling And Psychotherapy

October 21, 2023  10:30 - 12:00
Fee: $0.00
Seats Remaining:307

  • Intermediate
  • Angela Grier and Anti-Racism Advisory Committee members

Within the CCPA, a group of BIPOC practitioners, staff and board leadership have come together once again to develop an educational tool to share with conference delegates and CCPA members. Participants will be invited to view a pre-recording from BIPOC practitioners who share highlights relevant to working with BIPOC clients and creating inclusive spaces for BIPOC practitioners and communities of practice. The conference session will be hosted and facilitated by members of CCPA’s Anti-Racism Advisory Committee, who are eager to share towards equity, inclusion and diverse practices.