CRPO offers a practice advisory service that Registered Psychotherapists (RPs) can connect with in order to discuss matters relating to professional practice, ethics and standards.
The structure of the practice advisory service is such that RPs can be matched with a practice advisor of a related professional background. Our six practice advisors are fellow RPs with extensive clinical experience.
RPs who have practice-related questions, who are facing ethical conundrums, or who simply want to discuss standards and professional practice, are invited to connect with the practice advisory service. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions, or to schedule an appointment. If your inquiry is urgent, please call us at: 416-479-4330, ext. 222.
On average, you can expect a response within three to five business days. This response time may vary depending on the nature of your inquiry. For example, questions that relate to client safety receive the highest priority.
Concerned about a particular registrant’s practice?
The practice advisory service is designed to provide information and resources to registrants about professional practice. If you have a complaint or concern about a particular registrant’s practice, please contact email@example.com.
Limitations of the Practice Advisory Service
The practice advisory service is meant to be an educational resource. Information provided by the College or the College’s practice advisors is not intended to replace the advice of a lawyer, expert in professional practice or other appropriately qualified professional. If you have specific concerns about your professional obligations, please consult with a qualified professional.
The College retains records of your communications with the practice advisory service, mainly to ensure the quality of the service and to inform the development of resources for registrants. The communications will remain confidential and will only be shared if the information in the communications is deemed relevant to a proceeding before a College committee or there is reason to believe that a registrant has engaged in professional misconduct that would result in harm to a person or group of persons.
The practice advisory service publishes Practice Matters, an occasional publication on particular topics of interest to RPs.