Yes, provided that certain requirements are met. The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC), states that registered social workers who have “a master’s degree in social work, and hold a current certificate of registration” with the College may complete supporting assessments recommending gender confirming surgery (GCS).MORE "%s"
Yes. If you are changing your name, you must advise the College of both your former name(s) and your new name(s) in writing and include a copy of the change of name certificate or marriage certificate for our records. You may send the information via fax to 416-972-1512, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to […]MORE "%s"
I am an OCSWSSW member who regularly provides field education to social work/social service work students as part of my practice. Can I use this experience as a learning activity towards the completion of my Continuing Competence Program (CCP)?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"
Following the College on Twitter is one of the more direct ways members can stay up to date on College and regulatory affairs.MORE "%s"