A former member whose practice permit and registration have been cancelled for less than five years may request to be reinstated.
The former regulated member who qualifies for reinstatement must complete the following:
- Complete and submit a Reinstatement Application.
- Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check (current within one year of application). Third party checks such as BackCheck are not accepted.
- Declaration of current and active professional liability insurance in a minimum amount of $5 million. The liability insurance must include regulatory legal defence in the event of a claim or a professional conduct complaint.
- Registration Verification form Part II (if applicable).
- Reinstatement application fee equal to one year of annual fees as established in CAP's Fee Schedule.
- Continuing Competence Plans (CCP) in arrears (to a maximum of three years - if applicable). Proof of continuing competence activities completed as a registration requirement for a regulatory body for psychologists in another jurisdiction may be considered by the Registrar. If you wish to request credit for continuing competence completed for registration in another jurisdiction in prior years, please provide a cover letter and supporting documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org at the time you submit your application through the MyCAP Login. If credit for continuing competence is not approved with your reinstatement application, you will be assigned extra hours to your CCP;
- Annual fee for practice permit as established in CAP's Fee Schedule, on approval of reinstatement application;
- Any additional documents/information that may be deemed appropriate by CAP.
Reinstatement does not apply to former members whose registration was cancelled under Part 4 of the Health Professions Act, as a result of a finding of sexual abuse or a conviction under sections 151, 152, 153, 153.1, 155, 162, 162.1, 163.1, 171.1, 172.1, 172.2, 173, 271, 272, 273, 286.1, 286.2 or 286.3 of the Criminal Code (Canada).
A person whose practiced permit and registration have been cancelled as a result of unprofessional conduct, based on sexual abuse, or equivalent, in another jurisdiction, may not apply for the practice permit to be reissued and registration to be reinstated.
To request reinstatement of your practice permit, please complete and submit the Reinstatement Application in the MyCAP Login.