SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) compared to the Americans. As a Canadian psychology student, who is a bit older, and not looking to go past the Masters, I'm curious how people feel about how licensing works from province to province. The fact that in some provinces a person can use the title of "psychologist" with a Masters (among other qualifications) while only a doctorate is sufficient in other provinces. Should it be dealt with province by province? Does it make us look bad compared to the Americans? Do you think we are heading in the direction of only allowing individuals with doctorates to use the title of "Psychologist"? or as one recent thread pointed out..with so many phd's heading towards research, assesment, other specializations, do we need Master Psychologists because someone has to actually provide the therapy?