Ethics questions and concerns, contact the Ethics Committee, confidentially, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not use full names in order to protect confidentiality. Questions can be stated in a hypothetical manner or people can be referred to by initials.
If you receive a CRPO complaint, you should inform McFarlan Rowlands (or your professional liability insurer if you are with a different company).
If your liability insurance is through McFarland Rowlands, contact them and ask for the contact information of the lawyer representing OSRP.
The Ontario Society of Registered Psychotherapists is committed to the continuing development of ethically responsible and self-reflective psychotherapists. Our membership is comprised of a variety of unique and diversely oriented psychotherapists who come together to share ethical principles by which we identify ourselves.
OSRP members are bound by the Professional Practice Standards of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. If a therapist belongs to another college, they will be bound by the standards of that college.When there is a difference between the OSRP's Code of Ethics and the CRPO's Code of Ethics/Practice Standards, the CRPO's Code of Ethics and Practice Standards have jurisdiction over Students, RPs and RP(Q)s.