Rashmani is licensed to practice as a Registered Provisional Psychologist in Alberta. For more information about what a Registered Provisional Psychologist is, please click on the questions below!
The Canadian Certification Counselor program was established by the Canadian Counseling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA) in 1986. Although not a regulatory board like the College of Alberta Psychologists, the CCPA has the right to self-regulate. This includes certifying, advising, and disciplining its members. Thus, individuals who have a C.C.C. designation must meet certain educational criteria and abide by the CCPA ethical and practice standards.
The C.C.C. title is protected and only individuals who have achieved the Canadian Certified Counselor position may use the title C.C.C. after their name. For more information, contact Rashmani (C.C.C.).
In order to be a ‘Registered Psychologist’ individuals must first register as a ‘Provisional Psychologist’.
The title ‘Registered Provisional Psychologist’ is legally protected. This means that only individuals who have met the requirements and received approval from the College of Alberta Psychologists may use this title.

To register as a Provisional Psychologist, individuals must:
  • Hold a Master’s degree is Psychology or a related field
  • Completed a minimum of one practicum in the field during their Master’s degree
  • Meet the credentials requirements as set out by the College of Alberta Psychologists to prove sufficient competency to practice with clients
  •  Obtain a Vulnerable Sector Police Record Check
  • Have proof of liability insurance
  • Retain a supervisor to supervise their practice and have a supervisory plan

As a Registered Provisional Psychologist, individuals must:
  • Receive supervision for all of their work with a competent supervisor
  • Complete 1600 supervised hours
  • Write the Examination for the Professional Practice of Psychology (EPPP) exam (similar to the board exam for lawyers)
  • Obtain up to date trainings to maintain their registration
  • Write the LEAP ethical exam

For more information about the Registered Provisional Psychologist designation, please contact Rashmani.