On February 5, 2017, an important update and video interview with highly successful family therapist, Theo Selles was released to practitioners on our subscriber’s list. If you are not yet getting important updates, be sure to access the Subscribe button on our Homepage, subscribe as ‘practitioner’. Here it is for your information:
The CRPO continues to contradict the advisement of the Ministry of Health authorities which have warned the CRPO that the government had no intention of regulating your profession(s).
See here excerpts of documentation between MOH and CRPO. This quote in particular from documents received through Freedom of Information Requests makes it clear:
“It has never been the intention of that Act [RHPA] to regulate professionals who, while they may provide services that fall under the broad range of psychotherapeutic techniques, are not necessarily psychotherapists (e.g., marriage counsellors, etc.). Under the RHPA’s overlapping scopes of practice, there is no prohibition against an unregulated practitioner performing services within a regulated profession’s scope of practice.“
The CRPO is therefore acting unlawfully and their insistence that you cannot work unless you pay them a fee is an unlawful, unjustified extortion racket. Many good providers have refused to join.
Listen to Family Therapist/Marriage Counsellor Theo Selles’ interview with Hugh Reilly, host of ThatChannel, explaining why he refuses to join, even though he meets the arbitrary Master’s Degree requirement. He is simply not prepared to sacrifice all he has worked for to satisfy the medical-pharmaceutical agenda to monopolize all healthcare and then watch his profession be diluted and eliminated.
Theo Selles is a true fighter for what is democratic and right…no wonder his clients love him.
Know that if you have the courage to stand up for your democratic right not to be extorted, you will save your profession, your hard-earned money and your integrity. Your clients will also know that they can trust you not to diagnose them with a mental illness or share their private information just to satisfy arbitrary College regulations.
The CRPO has threatened prosecution and engaged in further violations of freedoms of speech, association and dissociation, most recently to spiritual and pastoral care providers. As you can see the demands never end. Others, such as energy workers have been rejected outright as not having ‘coherent’ education and will be fully prevented from working once the Controlled Act of Psychotherapy is proclaimed.
By November last year, CRPO still had well under the numbers of members needed to financially support the College. Thus the more that professionals refuse to be stripped of their dignity, their livelihoods, their professions and eventually their health and wealth, the more the CRPO resorts to threats and undemocratic behavior.
They are subsuming YOUR profession to manufacture a new dictatorial ‘psychotherapy’ profession, making members pay for the unlawfulness and forcing talented providers to abandon their calling and beliefs. Membership fees are used to support the FHRCO…a private pharmaceutical front corporation that is dictating regulations to all regulatory healthcare colleges and especially the CRPO–all regulations have as a goal the complete elimination of all competition to drug treatments.
Don’t be a willing victim. Be one of the true professionals, like Theo Selles, who stand for what is right…the rights and freedoms of all to be free of extortion, violations of our right to provide our services as we see fit.
For more information you can contact admin@StopPsychotherapyTakeover.
Important legal rebuttal letter regarding misinformation about the legislation showing that EVERYONE is affected and titles will not be protected.
OAMFT Communications, February 2015
Newsletter and Forms sent on April 8th, 2015
TAKE THE TEST news release was sent to all practitioners we had email addresses for on November 26, 2014.
NOTE THAT THE PSYCHOTHERAPY ACT HAS BEEN PROCLAIMED BUT THE CONTROLLED ACT HAS NOT. Hard work is being done to prevent the controlled act from ever being proclaimed into force. As well, hard work is being undertaken to ensure protective legislation is enacted to prevent this sort of attack on drug-free therapies and counseling in the future.