The Self Assessment Guide and Professional Development Plan forms are available in both MS Word (doc) and Acrobat Reader (pdf) formats. The Acrobat format permits you to complete the Self Assessment Guide and Professional Development Plan on your computer. Be sure to save the document on your computer as it is NOT saved on the website. You may also print the forms and complete them by hand.
Each member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario is required to undertake a self-review every other year, through the completion of the Self Assessment Guide and Professional Development Plan. Members with even registration numbers complete the forms in the even numbered years. As well, each year all members with Certificates Authorizing Supervised or InterimAutonomous Practice are required to complete the Self Assessment Guide and ProfessionalDevelopment Plan. Please note that Inactive status members are required to complete the Self-Assessment Guide and Professional Development Plan. Since it is anticipated that inactive members will be returning to Active status, it is expected that steps will be taken to remain current in ones’ areas of competence during the inactive period.
The Declaration of Completion is also available in both MS Word and Acrobat Reader formats. This is to be signed and returned to the College by e-mail, fax or mail by Friday, June 27, 2014.
The entire Self Assessment Guide and Professional Development Plan does NOT need to be submitted to the College but is to be retained in your files. The Declaration of Completion is the College’s assurance and documentation that you are participating in the Quality Assurance Program. If you are selected for an on-site Peer Assisted Review, the reviewers will wish to see this material.
Question regarding the completion of this material, or a discussion of extenuating circumstances that could make completion impossible by the deadline, should be directed to:
Practice Advisor/QA Coordinator
Rick Morris, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Deputy Registrar/Director, Professional Affairs