MCCONNELL, Ms. Kamie Joy


Former Registrant: MCCONNELL, Kamie Joy (Registration No. 1667)

Date: November 18, 2010

Status: In effect

Nature of Action: A request from and a grant by Ms. McConnell of an undertaking and consent in the nature of an undertaking and consent agreement that includes the following: (1) to admit having committed professional misconduct by engaging in an inappropriate, close relationship with an inmate who was a client; (2) not to apply for re‐registration with the College for a period of 24 months, and to undergo a fitness assessment if and when Ms. McConnell does apply; and (3) to agree that upon successful registration Ms. McConnell will have a restriction on practice, including that she will practice under supervision by a supervisor, according to specific terms, until particular conditions are met.

Reasons: A complaint and an investigation, resolved by means of an undertaking and consent pursuant to s.36(1), concerning Ms. McConnell engaging in prohibited conduct by engaging in an inappropriate, close relationship with a current or former patient in a correctional setting Nature of Action: A request from, and a grant by, the registrant of an undertaking and consent to undertake a program of supervision for an initial period of six months subject to extension.

MCCONNELL, Ms. Kamie Joy


Former Registrant: McCONNELL, Ms. Kamie Joy (Registration No. 1667)

Date: October 6, 2009

Status: In effect

Nature of Action: An order by the Inquiry Committee under s.35(1) to impose limits and conditions on the registrant’ practice of psychology pursuant to the terms of an Undertaking whereby the registrant agreed to not practice psychology or provide psychological services until the complaint is resolved.

Reasons: A complaint was made by a co‐worker of the registrant that the registrant engaged in prohibited conduct by engaging in an inappropriate romantic and sexual relationship with a current or former patient in a correctional setting. The Inquiry Committee commenced an investigation, and made a motion pursuant to s.35(1) of the Health Professions Act for an extraordinary hearing. The extraordinary hearing was settled by the registrant entering into an undertaking and consent agreement that the registrant not practice psychology or provide psychological services until the complaint is resolved.