Over the course of our program modifications and enhancements, the distinction between the PDP Program and PGAP have become less and less apparent. As well, with the recent changes to PGAP(tm) expanding the range of disabilities targeted by the Program, the designation of a program restricted to pain-related disability (i.e., Pain-Disability Prevention Program) no longer fit with the new directions taken by research at our Centre. As such, separate training workshops for the PDP Program will no longer be held. Psychologists are now welcome to attend PGAP(tm) training workshops if they are interested in developing competency in the programs of interventions developed by our Centre. Psychologists who have previously been trained to deliver the PDP Program can continue to do so and refer to their service as the PDP Program. PDP-trained psychologists can continue to order the PDP Client Workbooks and PDP Information Videos for their clients by contacting our Centre for an Order Form.