• Members of the roster become members of a community of professionals dedicated to excellence in Collaborative Practice, and dedicated to promoting collaborative practice as a high-quality, supported, client-centred method of family dispute resolution.
  • The roster provides members with practice support, and advanced training opportunities
  • Each member receives an individual web page on the roster website, with the option of linking the web page to the member's personal webs
  • Charter members are members who join in 2012 and maintain their membership annually. They will be identified on the roster website as charter members, supporters of the roster from its inception, professionals who meet the requirements for membership and have made a commitment to maintaining a level of experience and training.

Membership Requirements (PDF)

New Member Application - BCCRS 2019 (PDF)

2019-2020 Membership Renewal Application (PDF)

Standards of Conduct (2019) (PDF)

IACP Standards and Ethics (PDF)

Complaint Process BC (2016) (PDF)

List of Qualifying CPD Trainings for Renewal 2019 (PDF)

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