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The BREM Program is designed for immigrant professionals who have:

  •  Post-secondary education in psychology or a related field where a significant component is mental health (e.g., counselling, social work, medicine with specialization in psychiatry or psychotherapy, psychiatric nursing, occupational therapy focusing on mental health, divinity counselling, etc).

  • The applicant’s post-secondary education must be evaluated as equivalent to a four-year Canadian Bachelor’s Degree, at the minimum.

​Note: Applicants with a degree in medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, speech and language pathology, divinity, education and any other degree that isn’t directly related to psychology, must have a significant educational component related to mental health (minimum 100 hours). ​

  • A minimum of two years of relevant work experience in psychotherapy, counselling or community mental health outside of Canada and the US.

  • Sufficient language skills (across all four language domains – reading, writing, listening, speaking) based on the following examinations (or equivalent):

    • CLBPT – score of 7

    • TOEFL score of 80

    • IELTS score of 6.5

    • CELBAN score of 7

  • Immigration status: Citizens, permanent residents, convention refugees, and refugee claimants with work permit.

To find out whether this
program is for you, take our Eligibility Quiz Below.

Eligibility quiz

Eligibility Quiz

1. I have a post-secondary (academic) degree.

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