Psychologists’ Suicide Risk Assessment Practices and Experiences in Canada

The following is a paid advertisement. The Manitoba Psychological Society does not necessarily endorse any service or educational opportunity advertised.

I am inviting registered/licensed psychologists in Canada to participate in a survey about their practices and experiences conducting suicide risk assessments for my Ph.D. dissertation research project.

This anonymous survey is expected to take 20-30 minutes to complete. 

Survey link:

I would also appreciate you sharing this link with other psychologists in Canada!

This survey is part of a mixed method study. At the end of the survey, you may indicate your interest in participating in a brief follow-up phone interview, which will occur after the survey data is collected and analyzed. Not all participants will be contacted for a follow-up interview.

This study has been approved by the University of Alberta Research Ethics Board 2 (Pro00105480).

I appreciate your consideration and hope this message finds you well!

Principal Investigator:

Jonathan Dubue, M.Ed.
Counselling Psychology Doctoral Candidate
University of Alberta (CPA-Accredited)


William Hanson, Ph.D., R. Psych
Phillip Sevigny, Ph.D., R. Psych