About the CACBT-ACTCC Consultation List

What is the CACBT-ACTCC consultation list?

The CACBT-ACTCC consultation list is a member-only benefit that connects CACBT-ACTCC members with experienced, CACBT-ACTCC certified members for clinical consultation.

 

To be listed as a consultant, the applicant must attest to meeting the following criteria:

  1. Be a certified member of CACBT-ACTCC in good standing (i.e., membership dues are up-to-date);
  2. They have practiced cognitive-behavioural therapy for a minimum of five years post-licensure/registration. This is defined as having provided at least 1000 direct client hours.
  3. They have received at least 150 hours of clinical supervision and/or consultation (this may be pre- or post-licensure/registration).
  4. They have provided supervision and/or consultation to a minimum of three mental health providers who are licensed/registered to provide psychotherapy (or students in professions that are licensed/registered to provide psychotherapy) for a minimum of 50 hours total (split among the mental health professionals).  
  5. They have completed at least 10 hours of training (e.g., readings, courses, workshops, supervision/consultation of their supervision/consultation) in the provision of evidence-based supervision/consultation.

 

How do I apply to be a consultant?

You can apply to have your name added to the list by filling out the CACBT consultant list attestation form located in the members area of the website.

 

I would like to book a consultation session. How do I find a consultant?

The list is located in the members’ area of the CACBT-ACTCC website. Click on the link and directly contact a consultant of your choice with the contact information provided. The consultation list is only available to CACBT members. If you would like to join, please complete the new membership registration form.

 

I am a student/trainee and require clinical supervision. Is that the same as consultation?

Although consultants may provide similar services as a clinical supervision, consultation and clinical supervision are not the same thing. During clinical supervision, the supervisor assumes legal and clinical responsibility for clients of the supervisee. In contrast, consultants are not legally and/or clinically responsible for the work of those to whom they consult. Consultation typically takes place after a consultee is already a licensed/registered and an independent practitioner.


I no longer wish to be on the consultant list. How do I remove my name from the list?

No problem! If you no longer wish to be on the consultation list simply email us at info@cacbt.ca and your name will be removed. Please note, some processing time will be required for your request

 

DISCLAIMER: Limitations of Consultation and the Consultant List

Please note that the consultants listed on the consultation list have not been evaluated as such by CACBT-ACTCC. CACBT-ACTCC bears no responsibility for their work. CACBT-ACTCC assumes no liability or responsibility for any errors or omissions in the list and further disclaims any liability of any nature for any loss whatsoever caused in connection with consulting with the individuals listed.

CACBT-ACTCC makes no representations or warranties concerning the specific quality of the services provided by these consultants. CACBT-ACTCC may remove consultants from the list and change the information on this page at any time without notice.

It is strongly recommended to both consultees and consultants alike that a consultation agreement/contract be drawn up and signed prior to beginning any consultation work. Please note that in contrast to supervisors, consultants are not legally and/or clinically responsible for the work of those to whom they consult. Consultation typically takes place after a consultee is already a licensed/registered and an independent practitioner.