Forms & Documents
Criminal Record Check
All registrants must undergo a criminal records review every 5 years through the provincial government’s Criminal Records Review Program (CRRP) Most registrants are able to complete this process online. Please review the “Applicant Guide” and “FAQ” document. You will need the College specific access code (GDM74JX5TR) to complete the process.
If you are unable to complete the online process, please follow this link to request a consent to a criminal record request form from the College. You will need to complete the form and return it to the College along with copies of two acceptable forms of ID. The Criminal Records Review Program does not allow organizations to post this form publicly.
N.B. The College does not accept shared results of a criminal record check previously completely with the Criminal Records Review Program for another organization.
Other Forms & Documents
- Continuing Competency Log Sheet
- Professional Executor Designation Declaration Form
- Request for the College’s Consent to Use a Reserved Title in a Business Name
- Self Declaration of Competence Form
- Verification of Licensure in Other Jurisdictions
- Application for Reinstatement
- Change of Name Form
- Professional Executor Information
- Annual Renewal Policies
- Continuing Competency Program Requirements (Effective January 1, 2018)
- Inspection of the Register Policy
- College of Psychologists of BC Code of Conduct
- Mutual Recognition Agreement
- Strategic Plan
- College Bylaws
- Professional Wills (Material from Workshops)
- Table of Concordance 2009 to 2014 Code of Conduct Final Sept 1 2014
- Summary of Legislation Affecting Registrants in BC
Practice Support Checklists
The Practice Support Service provides a series of checklists on a variety of common professional practice issues. These checklists are intended to provide general guidance to assist registrants in identifying issues and options that should be considered, in implementing strategies to address issues, and in resolving problems and improving practice with respect to particular aspects of psychology practice. Registrants can find a full list of the checklists on the Practice Support webpage here.
Former Ethical Standards and Codes of Conduct (No Longer In Effect)