RICB regards its Code of Ethical Conduct and ethics process as the single greatest consumer protection measure within the credentialing process.
Violation of the RICB Code of Ethics shall be deemed as grounds for discipline. Engaging in unethical conduct includes, in addition to violation of the Rules enumerated herein, any other violation which is harmful or detrimental to the profession or to the public. RICB Disciplinary Procedures apply to all of our certifications.
For individuals Licensed as a LCDCS or LCDP, please refer to the Department of Health's website.
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If you are considering filing an ethics complaint against a certified professional or applicant for certification, please review these Guidelines for Filing an Ethics Complaint.
To file an ethical complaint with RICB, please download and complete the Ethical Complaint Form.