SUTKER, Ms. Charlotte

Registrant: Ms. Charlotte Sutker (Registration No. 17)

Date: October 5, 2017

Status: In Effect

Nature of Action: A request from, and grant by, the registrant of an undertaking and consent agreement, REPLACING A PREVIOUS AGREEMENT, placing limitations on Ms. Sutker’s practice including:

  • Not offering psychological services to persons involved in the family justice system, except as an individual parent’s coach/therapist;
  • That in providing services to an individual parent as their coach/therapist, to not write a letter or report that contains an opinion to a lawyer, the courts, a parent, or other individual for use within the family justice system;
  • To decline referrals when there is a reasonable expectation to participate in the family justice system on behalf of a client, and if it is unavoidable due to a court order or subpoena, to make clear that the registrant does not have expertise in these areas and will only act under supervision of a supervisor approved by the College;
  • To not return to the area of practice as a child specialist or co-parenting coach, except if there is a subpoena or court order to testify or provide a report, letter, or opinion and must respond accordingly. In such instances, it will be made clear that the registrant is not an expert in these areas and only acts under the direct supervision of a supervisor approved by the College unless otherwise ordered by the Court.


SUTKER, Ms. Charlotte


Registrant: Ms. Charlotte Sutker (Registration No. 17)

Date: September 10, 2015

Status: In Effect (Updated – see October 5, 2017 Public Notice)

Nature of Action: An Undertaking Agreement placing limitations on the Registrant’s practice centering on a program of mandatory supervision, at the registrants expense, for an agreed period of six (6) months, subject to extension.

Reasons: A complaint voluntarily resolved by an Undertaking Agreement, pursuant to s. 36(1) of the Health Professions Act concerning: a review of new client inquiries, referral question and intakes, including processes for gathering information and forming professional opinions, and a review of procedures to obtain valid informed consent