Registration Verification/Confirmation

Registration Verification/Confirmation

A current or former CAP member may request that a verification of their current or former registration with CAP be sent if another regulatory body or agency requires such confirmation. Please complete the email form below to request a Letter of Standing/Verification or completion of another regulatory body or agency’s form confirming your current of former registration with CAP. An administrative fee applies. Please view our Fee Schedule for further information on the fees set by Council.

Memorandums of Understanding

This section provides information regarding agreements (Memorandums of Understanding) between CAP and other Canadian jurisdictions allowing CAP members to provide telepsychology services from Alberta to clients/patients residing in another province.

Currently, two Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) exist:

  1. MOU between Alberta and Nunavut. The MOU is effective June 30, 2023 and expires on June 30, 2026.
  2. MOU between Alberta and the Association of Canadian Psychology Regulatory Organizations (ACPRO) is effective April 1, 2024 and is subject to review every two years, but can be revised upon agreement of the signatories in advance of the scheduled review.

Memorandum of Understanding - Alberta and Nunavut

Read the MOU between Alberta and Nunavut regarding telepsychology services.

Association of Canadian Psychology Regulatory Organizations (ACPRO)

Learn more about the MOU with ACPRO for a Limited Telepsychology category of the Courtesy register. 

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