Over the past year, the College has made significant progress reaching out to stakeholders and raising awareness of its public protection mandate.MORE "%s"
Every milestone begins with a foundation. First steps, if you will.MORE "%s"
The Professional Practice Department has received an increase in inquiries from members who wish to better understand their ethical obligations when terminating professional services.MORE "%s"
The College invites you to its 2018 Annual Meeting and Education Day (AMED) for what will surely be an engaging day of networking and learning. AMED is part of the Glenda McDonald Educational Series, named in honour of the College’s late founding Registrar.MORE "%s"
In the fall of 2017, the College successfully ran its eighth series of Educational Forums in Sudbury and Kitchener.MORE "%s"
In order to help the College serve and protect the public, members must ensure that they keep their information up to date. Such information – including a member’s name and employer – ensures the integrity of the College’s Public Register.MORE "%s"
Council meeting highlights for December 8, 2017.MORE "%s"
Council meeting highlights for March 8, 2018.MORE "%s"
The election for Council members in Electoral District No. 4 will take place on Thursday, May 31, 2018. All College members who practise in District No. 4 are encouraged to participate in this important process to elect two social workers and two social service workers.MORE "%s"
Practice Notes is designed as an educational tool to help Ontario social workers, social service workers, employers and members of the public gain a better understanding of recurring issues dealt with by the Professional Practice Department and the Complaints Committee that may affect everyday practice.MORE "%s"
I am a member of the OCSWSSW who provides psychotherapy services as part of my practice. Can I call myself a “psychotherapist”?MORE "%s"