Are you an RP with an interest in supporting your colleagues with ethical decision-making? Have experience resolving complex clinical issues? Consider becoming a case writer for CRPO’s upcoming peer circles project.

As a group-based learning experience, peer circles will bring RPs together for a deep, collaborative exchange of knowledge to support complex decision-making within Ontario’s legal and regulatory framework.

Case writers are needed to work collaboratively to develop case studies that will be used by RPs participating in peer circles. Case writers will meet at either one of two sessions this spring.

Interested?

Send an up-to-date CV by March 6, 2020 to practice@crpo.ca if you meet the qualifications listed below. Only those selected may participate in a case writing session and will be paid a stipend ($225) and travel expenses in alignment with CRPO policies.

What: Peer circle case writing session

Where: Downtown Toronto, in-person with web-link option

When: April 24 (1st focus group) or May 21 (2nd focus group) (attendees choose 1)

Apply by: March 6, 2020 to practice@crpo.ca

Qualifications

  • Have had to resolve complex issues relating to informed consent to treatment and the collection, use and disclosure of personal health information
  • Have working knowledge of requirements relating to informed consent to treatment and the collection, use and disclosure of personal health information
  • Have working knowledge of the Professional Practice Standards, Code of Ethics and various Acts that are relevant to psychotherapy practice in Ontario
  • Hold a current Certificate of Registration as a Registered Psychotherapist and meet the annual renewal requirements
  • Are currently practising in Ontario and directly engaged in providing psychotherapy to clients
  • Are in good standing with the College
  • Are up to date with your QA Program requirements
  • Are in compliance with any undertaking or term, condition or limitation applied to your certificate of registration
  • Have no prior history with the College or another regulatory body resulting in a decision of the ICRC, the Executive Committee, the Fitness to Practice Committee or the Discipline Committee, other than a decision to take no action