College of Counselling Therapists of New Brunswick

Collège des conseillers et conseillères thérapeutes du 
Nouveau-Brunswick


our ACT & BY-LAWS

CCTNB has worked diligently with the Province of New Brunswick and their lawyer to create the College of Licensed Counselling Therapists of New Brunswick ACT.   Please take a few moments to read our ACT, so that you may have a better understanding of who we are.

Click here to read the "ACT (Chapter 35)"

CCTNB has created the following by-laws for the college.  This is a work in progress so that our members and the public in general are well informed of our college.
Click here to read our "BY-LAWS"

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1.1.3    Leave Status for Certified and Professional Members

Under specific circumstances, as determined by the Board, Certified Members and Professional Members may apply for a Leave Status within the Association.  Leave Status is considered a time-limited condition within the broader membership. Only Certified Members or Professional Members may apply for Leave Status and they must be members in good standing at the time of application for Leave Status. During the term in which the Leave Status is in force, members:

a) Must not engage in counselling practice;

b) Pay a reduced membership fee, equivalent to the rate fee for the “Retiree” category of membership and as per the Schedule of Fees in force at the time of application;

c) Have supplementary fees, such as CCC fees, waived during the term of the Leave Status;

d) Have other time-sensitive requirements (such as completion of Continuing Education Units for maintenance of CCC status) extended by the same amount of time as the member holds a Leave Status; and

e) Be eligible at any time during the leave period to apply for reinstatement to their previous membership category without having to resubmit any documentation.

Categories of and criteria for Leave Status for Certified Members and Professional Members include:

1.1.3.1 Parental Leave Status
A parental leave may be granted in the discretion of the Registrar for a period of not less than six (6) months and not more than two (2) years, providing that the applicant:

States the dates and duration (not to exceed two years) of the proposed period of parental leave; the parental leave period normally would include the expected date of delivery or of receipt of the adopted child(ren).

1.1.3.2  Sick/Disability Leave Status
A sick/disability leave may be granted in the discretion of the Registrar for a continuous period of not less than six (6) months and not more than two (2) years.

1.1.3.3 Sabbatical/Deferred Leave
A sabbatical/deferred leave may be granted in the discretion of the Registrar for a continuous period of not less than one (1) year and not more than two (2) years, providing that the applicant provides a letter outlining the nature and duration of the sabbatical. The sabbatical/deferred study leave status is available for the purpose of counselling and counselling-related research only.

Members who receive a sabbatical leave are ineligible for further sabbatical leaves until six (6) years after the completion of their previous sabbatical leave.

Source: https://www.ccpa-accp.ca/constitution-bylaws/


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