We offer education, tools, and support for clinicians, other service providers, those recovering from mental health and addiction issues – and their supporters.

At British Columbia Psychosocial Rehabilitation Advanced Practice, we provide leadership and expertise to facilitate and support evidence-based service development, delivery, and sustainability. Throughout it all, we engage with our community, providing a welcoming, inclusive space for all who can benefit from our work.


The Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) Advanced Practice (AP) was established in 2013 to support clinicians and managers responsible for developing and providing PSR and Recovery-Oriented services throughout BC. We also support persons with lived experiences of mental illness and substance use and their loved ones to share, learn about and engage with PSR evidence based practices for recovery.

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We provide ongoing support for implementing evidence-based psychosocial rehabilitation in areas such as:

  • Individual and organizational PSR competency development.
  • Application of evidence in education, program development, intervention, evaluation, and research.

We support organizations and individuals to help showcase their strengths and support practice sustainability.

We support research projects and inform the public of evidence-based psychosocial rehabilitation evidence, practices, and processes.



Webinars: We offer educational webinars as part of our ongoing series. All past webinars are available in our archive for on-demand viewing.

Conferences & workshops: Our team regularly partners with likeminded organizations to produce live and hybrid workshops and conferences.

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We offer a growing collection of research papers, archived webinars, and other resources to help organizations and individuals.



We provide online training and assessment resources to staff and people with lived experiences of mental health issues and their families.

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