We are Counsellors for Social Justice (CSJ), a chapter of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA). Our mission is to advocate for social justice and social change through the role of the professional counsellor. The chapter promotes equity and human rights for individuals and societies through action, education, training, consciousness-raising, advocacy, and conscientious objection. CSJ is dedicated to working across borders, boundaries, professional disciplines, and differences in the pursuit of peace and wellness for all.

This site is an interactive tool for counsellors and other helping professionals to find information about volunteer and work opportunities, build partnerships, and share stories about our experiences.

Do you have suggestions regarding this wiki? Topics you would like to see listed or content you would like to contribute? Please forward your thoughts to ac.awattou|teduac#teduA elletsirC, site administrator.

To learn more about us, you can also visit our Social Justice Chapter page on the CCPA web site.

Support Women's Network PEI
This year, Counsellors for Social Justice will be holding another raffle during the CCPA conference. There are three great items:

• Another of Jo-Anne’s gorgeous quilts, with new design and colour scheme
• A basket of local treasures from Wolfville, NS that will enhance your holiday travels
• The book, Culture-infused Counselling (2010), by Nancy Arthur and Sandra Collins.

Funds will go to support the Women's Network PEI.

Please visit our display at the conference to purchase your raffle tickets! The first, second, and third prize winners will be announced on Thursday afternoon (May 13) in the main conference area at 5:30pm. You must be present to collect your treasure!

If you are unable to attend the conference this year and still wish to make a donation, CSJ will accept online credit card donations via PayPal for Women's Network PEI.

Read our first ever newsletter!

Counsellors for Social Justice Newsletter (January 2010)


Habitat for Humanity, CCPA conference (May 2009)

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