One requirement of being a member of a regulatory body is self-reporting certain events to the college. The following is a list of items that Members needs to disclose to CRPO:
- A finding of guilt in relation to any offence in any jurisdiction. Read about what information to include in self-reporting a finding of guilt.
- A finding of professional misconduct, incompetence or incapacity (or any similar finding), made by another regulator in any jurisdiction.
- Any current proceeding for professional misconduct, incompetence or incapacity made by another regulator in any jurisdiction.
- A finding of professional negligence or malpractice in any jurisdiction. Read about what information needs to be disclosed in this report.
- A refusal by a regulatory body to issue registration or a license.
- Any resignation or revocation of a Member’s license with another regulator in any jurisdiction, and whether the Member’s license was in good standing at the time.
- Any other event that would provide reasonable grounds for the belief that the Member will not practise psychotherapy in a safe and professional manner.
- Change of name or contact information.
If one of the events above occurs, please write, fax or e-mail CRPO as soon as practicable. In making your report, please provide detail, e.g. dates, locations, description of events, outcomes of proceedings, etc. CRPO staff may follow up for additional information.
Reference: Section 5 of the Registration Regulation; article 21.11 of the by-laws; sections 85.6.1 and 85.6.2 of the Health Professions Procedural Code).