$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 comes into effect in June 2018. It is the intention of the PAS to review the fee on an annual basis.
Every year the PAS recognizes psychologists and students through a series of awards. Click here for further information.
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.
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 totaling $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. Application forms are available on the PAS website: http://psychsask.ca/?page=Resources
Each submission is to include an up-to-date transcript, a comprehensive one-page summary of the project, thesis or dissertation as well as a letter of recommendation from a supervisor. Preference will be given to student representatives of PAS.
To be eligible for this competition, projects, theses, and dissertations must have been successfully defended or passed between April 1, 2016 and April 1, 2017. The deadline for the receipt of submissions is April 30, 2017.
Academic Achievement-based Scholarship:
Each submission is to include an up-to-date transcript, a written statement, no more than 500 words, describing the student's educational and work goals as well as a letter of recommendation from a supervisor. Preference will be given to student representatives of PAS.
To be eligible for this competition all program components must have been successfully completed between April 1, 2016 and April 1, 2017. The deadline for the receipt of submissions is April 30, 2017.
The Student Scholarships (including a paid one year PAS membership and conference fees for the Annual Spring of Fall Institute), and a certificate, will be presented at the Annual Institute of the Psychological Association of Saskatchewan. The successful recipient will be invited to give a brief presentation during the conference.