First NameLast NameSchool DistrictStatus
AnjalaBANZIGER40ACTIVE
ACTIVE
Jewel B.BONDAR36INACTIVE
AllisonMitchellACTIVE
AlyssaBOLLANS72ACTIVE
AmandaHumeINACTIVE
Sally-AnnAMBROSIO36ACTIVE
AmyBourbeauSD 6 Rocky MountainACTIVE
AngelaMURPHYSt's ailes Community SchoolACTIVE
AnnSAUNDERSSD70, Fernie Academy, Kimberly Independent School, Catholic Independent Schools of Nelson DioceseACTIVE
AciaSHULTZSD61ACTIVE
AndrewSYKES19ACTIVE
AlexisYau39ACTIVE
BaileyWHEELER62 SookeACTIVE
DianneBALANCE22ACTIVE
BarbaraBISHOPCentral Okanagan Public SchoolsACTIVE
BeverlyBECKINGHAM44 - North VancouverACTIVE
NikitaBHATTY AVDIC37 DeltaACTIVE
BarbaraNicholsACTIVE
BonnieFULFORD33ACTIVE

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In order to assess and diagnose students in schools, Certified School Psychologists must be employees of school districts or government agencies as defined by the Canada Revenue Agency. According to the Ministry of Education guidelines, when the services of a psychologist are contracted by a School District, that person must meet the requirements for registration by the British Columbia College of Psychologists as established in bylaws under the Health Professions Act. The Ministry recognizes the need for school districts to provide much needed psychological services to your schools; however, if your employee, or contractor, does not meet the above criteria you run the risk of their assessments not being accepted by any BC Ministry or Agency.

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