As part of your Application for Registration with the College of Registered Psychotherapists and Registered Mental Health Therapists of Ontario (CRPO) you must complete and have a Statutory Declaration commissioned. Neighbourhood Notary can help you commission it.
What is it?
When submitting your Application for Registration to be a registered member of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO) either as a registered psychotherapist or registered mental health therapist, you will be required to complete and submit a number of forms throughout the application process.
A statutory declaration must be completed and included in your application package to the CRPO. It is a form attesting to the truthfulness of all the information and supporting materials being submitted in your Application for Registration.
To download the form, click here.
For more information about applying to the CRPO, click here.
Commissioning Your CRPO Statutory Declaration
Your completed CRPO statutory declaration form must be commissioned/signed before an authorized individual (which includes a Commissioner of Oaths, a notary public, a lawyer/paralegal, or a judge). Neighbourhood Notary can assist with commissioning your CRPO statutory declaration.
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