ADHD Experts in Nova Scotia
The names below are listed as suggestions only. It is up to the person using the information to decide, who to contact. If someone is not listed with the Nova Scotia Examiners in Psychology, they cannot practice in Nova Scotia. Excalibur does not recommend any psychologist or psychiatrist, neorologist or neoro-psychologist.
The Association of Psychologists of Nova Scotia
is a voluntary professional organization established in 1965 to represent psychology in Nova Scotia. APNS is the only provincial association devoted to representing the needs of psychology professionals in the province. APNS promotes psychology as a profession, as a science, and as a means of promoting human welfare.
Tel. 902-422-9183 Fax. 902-462-9801
Nova Scotia Examiners in Psychology
is a self-regulated profession under the Nova Scotia Psychologists Act (2000). All psychologists must be registered with the Nova Scotia Board of Examiners in Psychology in order to practice psychology in Nova Scotia. To be registered, psychologists must meet the standards of the profession, which include a graduate degree in Psychology and extensive education, training and supervised work experience in Psychology.