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Glasser Canada Membership Guidelines

GLASSER CANADA has established membership and membership benefits by virtue of its Constitution and By-Laws posted on its website through www.glassercanada/membership and www.glassercanada/by-laws

1. GLASSER CANADA MEMBERSHIPS

  • A. Regular Membership – Voting Members
  • B. Associate/Student Membership – Non-Voting Members
  • C. Members of Organizations – Voting and Non-Voting Members D. Organizations [Business, Schools . . . ] through contact with admin@glassercanada.ca

2. REGULAR MEMBERSHIP

A. Eligibility as Members in Good Standing

1. Completed certification process and designated as CTRTC or RTC to include:

  • a. Basic and/or Advanced Practicum Supervisors
  • b. Basic Intensive Training Instructors
  • c. Senior Faculty
  • d. Members eligible in organizations

2. Paid Glasser Canada annual dues

3. Expressed interest in furthering the objectives of Glasser Canada

4. Applied and accepted as Regular Members by resolution of the Board of Directors

B. BENEFITS

  • 1. REGULAR membership
  • 2. Rights to attend and vote at all regular general and special meetings of the Corporation
  • 3 Nomination access to run for office within Glasser Canada if in accordance with By-Laws
  • 4. Scholarship access at the Supervisor level
  • 5. Access to IMAGINE – Glasser Canada WEB STORE
  • 6. Acceptance of special programs for teaching on a partnership basis with Glasser Canada in accordance with the conditions stipulated by the Board of Directors
  • 7. Publication of articles on the Glasser Canada website
  • 8. Discounted registration fee for professional development seminars
  • 9. Discounted registration fees for Glasser Canada sponsored and/or co-sponsored seminars and/or conferences
  • 10. Discount on Glasser books, whenever possible
  • 11. Program access which may be used without charge
  • 12. Notification of articles and programs of interest
  • 13. Newsletter access on the website
  • 14. Access to Journal – recent and archived

3. ASSOCIATE/STUDENT MEMBERSHIP

A. Eligibility as Members in Good Standing

  • 1. Completed basic intensive training or Student interested in ideas of Dr. Glasser
  • 2. Paid Glasser Canada annual dues
  • 3. Expressed interest in and knowledge of the works of Dr. William Glasser and related fields
  • 4. Applied and accepted as Associate Members by resolution of the Board of Directors

B. BENEFITS

  • 1. ASSOCIATE membership
  • 2. Attend and all regular meetings of the Corporation without voting rights
  • 3 Nomination access to run for office within Glasser Canada if in accordance with By-Laws
  • 4. Scholarship access at all levels of training leading to Certification [CTRTC]
  • 5. Access to IMAGINE – Glasser Canada WEB STORE
  • 6. Acceptance of special projects submitted according to conditions set by Board of Directors
  • 7. Publication of articles on the Glasser Canada website
  • 8. Discounted registration fee for professional development seminars
  • 9. Discounted registration fees for Glasser Canada sponsored and/or co-sponsored seminars and/or conferences
  • 10. Discount on Glasser books, whenever possible
  • 11. Program access which may be used without charge
  • 12. Notification of articles and programs of interest
  • 13. Newsletter access on the website
  • 14. Access to Journal – recent and archived

4. MEMBERS OF ORGANIZATIONS – VOTING AND NON-VOTING MEMBERS

  • A. In the case of organizations, those members who have been accepted as voting members with the organization, shall enjoy the rights of regular members.
  • B. Associate Members and members of organizations that do not fulfill the conditions of regular members shall have no voting privileges at any of the general meetings.

5. ORGANIZATIONS A. Membership may be obtained by contacting admin@glassercanada.ca/

B. Benefits

  • 1. Business Card information on the website
  • 2. Link to business/organization site from Glasser Canada website
  • 3. Discounts for Purchases in Web Store
  • 4. Submissions of Programs, Projects, and marketing through Glasser Canada

6. DUTIES OF MEMBERSHIP

A. Each member of the Corporation shall have the duty to:

  • 1. Respect the constitution and by-laws;
  • 2. Pay membership fees, if and when required;
  • 3. Support the policies of the Corporation.

B. Each member of the Corporation is subject to the rules and regulations governed by the

Code of Ethics of their professional associations, [Example: The Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA).

C. Glasser Canada shall provide its Professional Standards to all members through the Policies, Procedures, and Programs Handbook of the Corporation.

7. LOSS OF MEMBERSHIP

Membership in the Corporation is lost if a member:

  • A. Fails to maintain any conditions for membership in accordance with Section 7.4 and Section 7.5 of these By-Laws;
  • B. Resigns by delivering a written resignation to the Board of Directors in which case such resignation shall be effective on the dated specified in the resignation;
  • C. Fails to keep dues up to date in accordance with Section 7.4 and Section 7.5 of these of these By-Laws.

GLASSER CANADA, as a member organization of William Glasser International, has agreed through a LETTER OF INTENT to collect membership fees for WILLIAM GLASSER INTERNATIONAL for the 2016 calendar/fiscal year. GLASSER CANADA shall make every effort to process membership as easily as possible for members and shall send a notice to all members by November of each year with details..

August 10, 2016