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- Vecova Centre for Disability Services and Research - Senior Clinical Psychologist - Calgary
- Care for Women - Staff Clinican
- Calian - Clinical Psychologist - Cold Lake
- OrionHealth - Psychologist - Vancouver
- Optimum Wellness Centers - Part-time Registered Psychologist - Strathmore - Calgary
- Christ the Redeemer Catholic Schools - Registered Psychologist - Okotoks
- Leduc Beaumont Devon - PCN - Mental Health Clinician
- Living Well Counselling Services - Registered Psychologist - Calgary
- OrionHealth - Registered Psychologist - Surrey, BC
- Provisional Psychologist Internship - U of A
- Shalom Counselling Centre - Registered Psychologist - Red Deer
- The Edmonton North PCN - Mental Health Practitioner
- Grasslands Public Schools - Full - Time Psychologist
- McMaster Children's Hospital - Permanent Full-Time Psychologist - Hamilton, ON
- Edmonton Police Service - Contract Psychologist – Level II On-Call
- Alberta Health Services - Clinical Psychologist - Grande Prairie
- WCB -Psychologist II - Psychology Consultant - Edmonton or Calgary
- The Tribal Chief Child and Family Services East Society - Play Therapist - Frog Lake & Kehewin, AB
- The Sturgeon School Division - Full or Part-time Registered Psychologist
- Family Psychology Centre - Supervision Program
- Psychology Plus - Psychologist - Calgary SW
- Nait - Couselor
- Creative Works Psychological Services - Psychologist - Whitehorse, Yukon
- River’s Edge Counselling Centre - Registered Psychologist - St. Albert
- Borealis Counselling Services - Clinical Counsellor - Fort McMurray
- The Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter - Manager of Men’s Counselling Services
- Supporting Wellness Psychological and Family Services - Registered Provisional Psychologists - Calgary
- Supporting Wellness Psychological and Family Services - Registered Psychologists - Calgary
- The Natural Path Clinic is looking for a Clinical Counsellor in Edmonton, AB.
- Heritage Family Services - Clinical Therapist - Red Der
- Hope Heels Service Dogs – Volunteer Psychologist/Case Manager wanted - Edmonton
Vecova Centre for Disability Services and Research - Senior Clinical Psychologist - Calgary
Senior Clinical Psychologist
Vecova is a leading edge registered non-profit charitable service and research organization that has been meeting the needs of persons with disabilities and the community-at-large since 1969. We are a recognized leader in the Community Disability Services sector and are an affiliate institute of the University of Calgary. We provide a wide range of supports and services (e.g. Living Supports Services; Employment and Enterprise Services; and Wellness Services) in Calgary and the Bow Valley Corridor for persons with disabilities so they may reach their fullest potential and benefit from the highest possible quality of life.
We currently have an opportunity for a Senior Clinical Psychologist to join our Professional Supports team. This position is 30 hours per week.
As a Senior Clinical Psychologist you will:
- Provide clinical services (assessment, individual, and group therapy) to a caseload of clients with developmental disabilities.
- Work as part of a multidisciplinary team, liaising with other professionals as required.
- Provide consultation to staff teams regarding supporting their clients.
- Participate in interagency initiatives that support complex needs clients and their caregivers.
- Supervise graduate level practicum students and provisional psychologists.
- Oversee client risk management, specifically the approval of planned approaches designed to address behaviours or situations of concern.
- Provide presentations on a variety of topics to supporters of persons with developmental disabilities.
- Participate in initial planning and intake for new clients to Vecova as requested.
The successful candidate will have outstanding interpersonal skills with a strong client and quality service focus, strong mental health and behavioral management skills, have experience working with persons with developmental disabilities and a desire to mentor other clinicians.
- Registered as a psychologist and in good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists for at least 5 years.
- Minimum of 5 years relevant clinical experience in the areas of individual psychotherapy, consultation, and behavior management.
- Working knowledge of the current predominant diagnostic classification systems and approaches to treatment.
- Experience working with individuals with developmental or other disabilities.
Why Join Vecova?
Vecova attracts talented people who are dedicated to supporting persons with disabilities and work to assist them to achieve their goals and enhance their quality of life.
Interested applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com quoting job #51. The competition will remain open until the position is filled.
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Care for Women - Staff Clinican
Care for Women
1839 27th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB T2T 1H2
Recovery Acres is an alcohol and drug recovery facility located in a residential area of Calgary, Alberta. We opened a newly renovated women’s facility in the fall of 2016 that provides Intensive Outpatient Co-Occurring Treatment to women suffering from substance and mental health disorders. The program is based on total abstinence from all mood-altering substances, the 12-Step processes, and clinical psychological interventions. Recovery Acres is registered charity dedicated to providing effective substance addiction treatment programs that minimize disruption and cost to the individual, family, employer, and the community at large.
Alcoholism and drug addictions have no boundaries. Clients come from all walks of life and sectors of society. Our recovery program benefits the community in real terms; saving families and careers, reducing pressures on social services, the welfare rolls, the homeless, as well as the judicial and medical systems. Recovery Acres has been the start of a new life for thousands of men since our doors first opened in 1973.
To provide exceptional Co-Occurring Treatment services to women, their families, and the community with the utmost integrity and excellence. We believe that Substance Use Disorders are Bio-Psycho-Social-Spiritual in nature and thus require treatment across multiple lines. Our position is to provide compassionate & respectful treatment to stabilized women who suffer from addiction and/or co-occurring concerns.
Staff Clinician: Co-Occurring Disorders Program
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Staff Clinician functions as a member of the Co-Occurring Disorders interdisciplinary team. This position requires the treatment of adult female patients with moderate to severe substance and mental health disorders. This position requires case management, individual and group therapy in a variety of modalities including but not limited to, cognitive behavioral therapy, supportive and maintenance therapies, psychoeducational approaches, and consultation with the external Clinical Psychologists and Physicians. Liaison with a variety of internal and external stakeholders, and assisting other team members as required. This is a Full-Time position and requires days and some evening scheduling.
- Facilitate the Women’s Intensive Out-patient Co-occurring Disorders Treatment Program
- Conduct Intake Interviews to assess client suitability & stability
- Provide individual psychotherapeutic and group counselling
- Measure and track program outcomes
- Assume co-occurring counseling duties for the women’s treatment program
- Post-secondary education in Counselling Psychology (Master’s degree preferred)
- Three+ years treatment experience with co-occurring disorders
- Experience in biopsychosocial assessment, counseling, and treatment planning
- Comprehensive understanding of ethical practices
- Demonstrated knowledge of research design, data collection, analysis, and reporting
- Demonstrated knowledge of best practices for gender-specific treatment and rehabilitation of women with substance abuse & mental health issues
- Experience working with female populations with addictions/mental health disorders, and histories of sexual abuse and/or trauma
- Extensive understanding of the 12-step recovery models
- Domestic violence and/or crisis intervention training
- Registration with a professional regulatory body
- Certification in addiction/co-occurring disorders (E.g. ICACD, ICCDPD, CCAC)
Application deadline: April 30, 2017 or until a suitable candidate is selected.
Salary commensurate to experience. Please submit resume and cover letter indicating the position applied for to both:
Recovery Acres Society: firstname.lastname@example.org
S.A.E. Psychological: email@example.com
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Calian - Clinical Psychologist - Cold Lake
Signing Bonus Available
About the role:
We are seeking a full time Clinical Psychologist for a contract opportunity until March 31, 2018. For a limited time we are offering a signing bonus to qualified applicants.
Join the dedicated mental health team at CFB Cold Lake and provide assistance to serving members of the Canadian Armed Forces dealing with stress arising from life's challenges and military operations.
As a Clinical Psychologist at CFB Cold Lake you will benefit from:
- Collaborative clinic setting
- Motivated clients with diverse presenting issues
- Healthy work-life balance and built in time for administrative duties
- Generous allotments of time for booked appointments
- No overhead or administrative costs
Your Key Duties Include:
- Providing psycho-diagnostic assessments and cognitive assessments
- Administering appropriate diagnostic tests for psychometric assessment, interpreting the results, and preparing psychological evaluations
- Reporting results and interpretations of tests, interviews, and evaluations to the multi-disciplinary team
- Providing treatment for a variety of mental health conditions for Canadian Armed Forces members using evidence-based practice including the use of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and other modalities of therapy
- Participating as a member of the multi-disciplinary mental health team in case reviews
- Degree in Clinical Psychology from an accredited university
- Registered as a Psychologist and authorized for autonomous practice with the College of Alberta Psychologists
- 2 years of post-graduate experience within the last 5 years completing psycho-diagnostic assessments, cognitive assessments, and providing treatment to adults with PTSD, anxiety, mood disorders, and other various mental health illnesses
Calian is a leader in Canada's healthcare industry with a dynamic team of healthcare professionals delivering premier services coast to coast. Through our exclusive contract with the Department of National Defence, Calian's healthcare professionals work in partnership with military teams providing quality healthcare to Canadian Armed Forces members. Our team consists of over 550 healthcare professionals in over 30 base clinic locations across Canada.
For more information about this opportunity and other locations available contact Amy Robillard. firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-877-225-4264 x244
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OrionHealth - Psychologist - Vancouver
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Type: Full Time
OrionHealth’s mission is “unlocking the potential in people by providing services that contribute to their health and well-being; specifically enhancing productive functioning, self-management, and sustainable work”. We are a preferred employer offering market competitive remuneration, a leading benefits package, opportunities for continuous learning and development, and rewarding work in a flexible, respectful, dynamic and highly interactive professional environment. OrionHealth continuously seeks talented, exceptionally skilled and passionate individuals to join our team who share our core values of: Innovation and Best Practice; High Performance and Growth; Respect for People; and Integrity and Objectivity.
Registered Psychologist Position Overview:
Reporting to the Senior Clinical Practice Manager, the Psychologist is responsible for the provision of intake assessment and treatment services for clients with a variety of psychological diagnoses. The Psychologist delivers evidenced-based treatment methods. Experience with exposure therapy is beneficial as many clients in the program suffer from Anxiety or Trauma and other Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders. The Psychologist will enhance OrionHealth’s status as a leader in unlocking the potential in people and in the development of innovative practice. This is a full time permanent position (1.0FTE).
The Psychologist will provide:
• Psychological assessment for treatment planning.
• Counselling/treatment/education as a member on an interdisciplinary rehabilitation team.
• Psychological case management input and direction to the therapy teams pertaining to initial assessment, treatment planning, clients’ progress, conflict resolution, stakeholder discussions and problem solving, and discharge planning.
• Quality reporting and communication.
• Orientation and mentoring to assist other team members to effectively manage clients’ psychosocial issues.
Qualifications and Skills:
• Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology or related field in Psychology (e.g., Counseling Psychology) preferred.
• Registered with the College of Psychologists of British Columbia.
• Experience with trauma/challenging populations
• Experience with Psychological Assessment
• A high degree of proficiency in problem solving and decision making.
• An ability to work effectively in an interdisciplinary team setting.
• Effective communication skills toward consensus with clients, payers, and stakeholders.
If you have strong interpersonal and communication skills, an interest in working in an interdisciplinary rehabilitation environment with a variety of adult clients, we would love to hear from you! E-mail your resume and cover letter to us at email@example.com.
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Optimum Wellness Centers - Part-time Registered Psychologist - Strathmore - Calgary
Optimum Wellness Centers is seeking a part-time Registered Psychologist who will function as part of a dynamic integrated multidisciplinary health team.
The primary role of our psychologist’s is to provide counselling to a wide range of individuals, many who have health-related challenges. This is a contract, part-time position which has room to expand and grow, with flexible hours available. Clinics are located throughout Calgary and surrounding areas. Currently we have openings in our Strathmore location and in Calgary (possible Saturdays) for part-time contract work. The position requirements include:
- Must be committed to working with individuals who have challenging concerns and be able to work in a team environment.
- Ability to work with a wide variety mental health/psychiatric conditions, such as chronic and acute health conditions, chronic pain management, trauma intervention recovery, substance abuse, assertiveness training, bereavement, depression, stress management, crisis intervention, and anxiety/panic disorders.
- Have a thorough understanding of how health challenges especially chronic pain affects individuals.
- Demonstrate effective communication, organizational, and rapport building skills.
- Ability to provide written reports and provide assessments.
- Ability to work with minimal supervision required.
- Registered Psychologist status in Alberta, and appropriate registrations and insurance.
- Minimum of 3 years practicing experience
- Minimum of Master’s degree in psychology.
- Experience in the field of health psychology, with a specific knowledge of chronic pain.
- Competent verbal and written skills.
- Experience working with Chiropractors and Physiotherapists.
For more information please visit our website at www.optimumwellnesscentres.com
All applicant submissions are appreciated however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
Please submit your resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Christ the Redeemer Catholic Schools - Registered Psychologist - Okotoks
Christ the Redeemer Catholic Schools is a large and fast growing organization providing high quality education in a faith-filled, Christ centered environment.
We are currently accepting applications for a Registered Psychologist based in Okotoks and serving students throughout our division. CTR Catholic has 18 schools and nearly 11,000 K-12 students. This position will commence with the 2017-2018 school year.
Our Registered Psychologist will provide psychological counseling and assessment services to our students. The incumbent will identify, diagnose and treat delays, disorders and behavioural issues, focusing on students with developmental delays and/or behavioural disorders.
Our Registered Psychologist will also provide expertise as part of a multi-disciplinary team to support developmental and learning strategies for children and their families as well as individual and broad-based supports for teachers and school staff.
- Liaise closely with the Director of Student Services, Student Services Coordinators, Learning Support Teachers and Family School Liaison and Connections Workers to provide effective strategies to support students.
- Administer and interpret standardized psychological assessments.
- Report writing.
- Recommend strategies including programing for in class, home and new environments.
- Consult with other professionals to gather information and coordinator services to meet the individual needs of a student.
- A Master’s degree in psychology and a minimum of 1 year of related experience.
- Be registered with the Alberta College of Psychologists.
- Knowledge of assessment, diagnosis and treatment principles, practices and professional standards.
- Knowledge of behavioural therapy principles, practices and standards.
- Advanced assessment, analytical and problem solving skills to identify educational barriers.
- Advanced skills in counseling, consultation and collaboration.
- Strong mediation, negotiation and conflict resolution skills and the ability to work within tight timelines.
- Strong communication skills and the ability to present complex information to various
CTR Catholic offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Occasional travel throughout our division will be required.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and a current resume including references to:
HUMAN RESOURCES COORDINATOR
1 MCRAE STREET, BOX 1318
FAX: 403 938 4575
The School Division expresses appreciation to all those who apply. Only candidates selected for an
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Leduc Beaumont Devon - PCN - Mental Health Clinician
Mental Health Clinician
Permanent Part-Time Position (0.6 FTE) – Leduc
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
The Leduc Beaumont Devon Primary Care Network is a joint venture between participating local family physicians and Alberta Health Services.
Our mandate is to sustain and enhance the quality, coordination, and integration of health care services in Leduc and area and to improve the quality of life for the community of patients and physicians.
The Adult Mental Health Program was developed by the Leduc Beaumont Devon PCN to assist PCN member physicians with managing their patient’s mental health. Service is provided to patients experiencing mild to moderate emotional or mental health concerns. The Mental Health Clinician provides clinical consultation with recommendations and referrals to appropriate mental health and psychological services within the community. Furthermore, short term solution-focused counseling can be provided where patients are unable to access community resources and meet the criteria for short term solution-focused counseling.
- Co-ordinate the delivery of mental health care services within the PCN, playing an integral role in development and implementation of services.
- Working cooperatively with other MH Clinicians to ensure patient care coverage.
- Assist in meeting the psycho-social needs of patients through collaboration and consultation with medical personnel, other members of the multidisciplinary team and community resources.
- Act as a liaison between PCN physicians and linking patients to other agencies (e.g. FCSS, AHS Addictions and Mental Health, Victim Services, etc.)
- Provide appropriate and timely communication/reports to referring physicians and to other care givers about interventions, referrals and other activity with patients.
- Make clinical decisions and recommendations within your scope of practice and professional licensure, in coordinating the care of patients referred by physicians in the PCN:
- Administering metrics and screens to assess patient’s current functioning;
- Assessing patient needs for treatment (ie short term therapy, referral to community agencies/programs, etc);
- Providing brief therapeutic interventions for adult patients with depression, anxiety and/or psychosocial concerns (ie grief, relationship issues, financial stress etc);
- Deliver and Develop Group psycho-education classes and/or group therapy.
- Interagency liaison.
This position will require flexibility in hours with some occasional early evening work for classes or group sessions.
- Master’s degree preferred, Bachelor’s degree will be considered with sufficient (5-10 years) experience. Registered Psychologist, Registered Psychiatric Nurse, Clinical Social Worker & Registered Social Worker with license to perform psychosocial interventions.
- Active registration in good standing with appropriate professional college.
- A minimum of 3 - 5 years recent experience working with community-based mental health services.
- Ability to provide supportive listening, assess patient needs and develop appropriate treatment/action plans for patients within a brief amount of time (1-4 sessions).
- Ability to make professionally autonomous decisions in coordinating patient care in a decentralized model.
- Knowledge of community resources and ability to coordinate appropriate referrals.
- Training in CBT, solution-focused therapy, brief therapy and/or health psychology would be an asset.
- Experience working with multi-disciplinary teams.
- Ability to work proactively, effectively, and independently in a complex changing environment.
- Strong effective written and oral communication skills.
- Current criminal record check.
- Must have own vehicle and valid driver’s license.
Please forward a letter of interest and resume by May 1, 2017 to:
Terri Ward, Mental Health Clinician, Team Lead
Leduc Beaumont Devon Primary Care Network
#301, 4710-50 Street Leduc, AB T9E 6W2
Phone: 780-986-6624 fax: 780-986-6634
Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted
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Living Well Counselling Services - Registered Psychologist - Calgary
Positions Available: Registered Psychologist preferred.
Position close date: May 31, 2017
Living Well Counselling Services Inc. is currently in the process of hiring part-time contractors in Calgary, Alberta.
Potential Candidates will:
- Possess a minimum of a Masters degree in their related field
- Have a minimum of 10 years related experience
- Be registered with CAP
- Have professional liability insurance
- Have experience counselling clients with a variety of concerns
- Be a spiritually sensitive therapist, with a holistic approach to treatment, and will be able to describe succinctly what this means and how it is incorporated in their treatment
- Have a desire to be in private practice, will work well independently and have their own professional supports in place (case consult groups, professional networks, supervisor)
- Will be available to work daytime or evening with Friday evening availability being an asset. May also be available to work Saturdays
- Have their own office space, to accommodate in-person clients OR be willing to use Living Well office space
- Be a strong team player in terms of vision, and an asset to the Living Well team
- Possess willingness to take part in case consults with peers when necessary
- Be detail oriented in terms of administrative tasks such as progress notes, billing submissions and invoicing
- Will be teachable, and will demonstrate an openness to lifelong learning
- Be willing to accept 10-15 hrs per wk contract work depending on current intake load
- Ability to work with children and/or teens is an asset
- Ability to work with couples is an asset
- Work & experience with men's issues is an asset
- May or may not be able to offer teletherapy or therapy via Skype based upon their own personal approach, licensing body requirements and/or equipment
- May or may not be able to offer group therapy
- May or may not be willing to offer a sliding scale to those clients unable to afford full fees
- If successful, candidate will be required to supply their own professional picture, along with their professional bio
Interested candidates are encouraged to submit resume with cover letter with subject line: Therapist Position to email@example.com Please include salary expectations, hours of availability and available start date in cover letter.
Please note: Only successful candidates will be contacted.
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OrionHealth - Registered Psychologist - Surrey, BC
OrionHealth in Surrey is currently seeking a Registered Psychologist to join our team. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced clinician looking for a strong peer environment (8 R. Psychs/RCCs on staff), opportunities for related clinical education, and interesting areas of practice within an interdisciplinary rehabilitation environment treating adult clients within a variety of different contexts (i.e. pain management, occupational rehabilitation, and trauma treatment). If this sounds compelling, we would love to hear from you!
You will want to work with us if you value...
- Working and contributing within a true interdisciplinary team of health care professionals (Kin, PT, OT, R.Psych, RCC, MD, Pharm) in a family atmosphere, embraced by seasoned mentorship and collegial support to apply and advance your clinical/therapeutic skills.
- Supporting a diverse population of individuals who present with a range of different medical and mental health issues; taking an active approach, establishing strong therapeutic relationships and instilling confidence, influencing your clients towards self-management, resilience, recovery of function, and improved quality of life.
- Having access to company-provided education (recent examples: Prolonged Exposure Therapy, EMDR) at no or minimal cost, as well as support for external education.
- A great facility where parking is free & plentiful, transit is nearby, virtual and physical infrastructure are excellent, and a large attached public gym and pool enhance rehabilitation options as well as provide a place for you to work out.
- Being an employee with a large stable organization, having a benefit plan, being recognized for your growth, achievements, and contributions, and having the flexibility over time to work in different areas of clinical practice.
- Relocation expense reimbursement (for out of town candidates).
Registered Psychologist Position Overview:
Reporting to the Clinical Services Manager, the Psychologist is responsible for the provision of intake assessment and treatment services for clients with a variety of psychological diagnoses. The Psychologist delivers evidenced-based treatment methods. Experience with counselling interventions for chronic pain is required. Experience with exposure therapy is also an asset as many clients in the program suffer from Anxiety or Trauma and other Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders. This is a permanent employee position which can be up to full time hours.
The Psychologist will provide:
- Psychological assessment for treatment planning.
- Counselling/treatment/education as a member of on an interdisciplinary rehabilitation team.
- Psychological case management input and direction to the therapy teams pertaining to initial assessment, treatment planning, clients’ progress, conflict resolution, suicide risk assessment and management, stakeholder discussions and problem solving, and discharge planning.
- Quality reporting and communication.
- Orientation and mentoring to assist other team members to effectively manage clients’ psycho-social issues.
Qualifications and Skills:
- Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology or related field in Psychology (e.g., Counseling Psychology) preferred.
- Registered with the College of Psychologists of British Columbia.
- Experience with trauma/challenging populations.
- Experience with Psychological Assessment.
- A high degree of proficiency in problem solving and decision making.
- An ability to work effectively in an interdisciplinary team setting.
- Effective communication skills toward consensus with clients, payers, and stakeholders.
- Experience working with clients referred through third party insurers such as WSBC and LTD is an asset.
OrionHealth Surrey is a division of CBI Health Group, which is a privately owned leading Canadian healthcare services and management company dedicated to providing an integrated approach to health management. Voted one of Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies and the recipient of Canada’s Top 10 Most Admired Corporate Culture Award, we provide a dynamic, well-supported work environment where you can really make a difference in the lives of your patients and community!
A Psychologist position is also available at OrionHealth Vancouver (Vancouver Pain Clinic)
How to Apply:
To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
We thank you for your interest and taking the time to apply, however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
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Provisional Psychologist Internship - U of A
University Wellness Services (uWell) –Counselling and Clinical Services (CCS) at the University of Alberta is presently offering two internship positions for provisional psychologists, which will run from August 1, 2017 to July 30, 2018.
These positions will be of interest to registered provisional psychologists wanting to fulfill the College of Alberta Psychologists’ (CAP) 1600 hour requirement for supervised practice.
uWell CCS is the major provider of psychological services to the U of A campus consisting of approximately 38,000 students. The interns will provide therapy (i.e., individual, group, and couple), triage/needs assessments, crisis intervention services, outreach activities, and consultation with other CCS clinicians and university faculty. The interns will work closely with other staff in a collaborative team environment using a brief therapy model.
Provisional Psychology Interns are paid $30,000 for the contract, which works out to $2,500 per month. A benefits package is also included.
The application deadline has been extended to April 21, 2017
• A cover letter outlining your interest
• Curriculum vitae
• Three letters of reference
• Confirmation that you are a Provisional Psychologist, or will be by August 1, 2017.
Send applications to:
Steve Knish, Ph.D., R. Psych.
Coordinator of Training
University Wellness Services – Counselling and Clinical Services
2-600 Students’ Union Building
University of Alberta
Only those individuals selected for an interview will be contacted.
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Shalom Counselling Centre - Registered Psychologist - Red Deer
Helping our neighbors find peace in life and relationships.
For more information about us please see our website
Please send your resume to
To view a copy of the full job description please click here:
Looking to practice your counselling skills in a Christ centered environment where you will assist hurting people find ‘Shalom’ in their life and relationships?
Desiring to work as part of a counselling team whose Christian faith shapes their life and work.
This may be the setting for you to apply your training and experience to assist families and individuals in a growing and challenging counselling agency.
Shalom Counselling Centre is seeking a Registered Psychologist for a full time or part time position. This position offers flexibility in hours with some evening and/or weekend hours required.
Qualifications / Requirements:
• Masters Degree in Counselling.
• Eligibility for Registration as a Psychologist in Alberta.
• A minimum of 3 years counselling experience
• Training and experience in a systems approach to marital and family counseling
• Proven ability to work well in a team setting
• Willingness to support the Mission, Vision and Value Statements of Shalom Counselling Centre.
This competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.
Go further – check out our website!
5515 - 27th Avenue, Red Deer, Alberta T4P 0E5
(403) 342 – 0339 (Phone) (403) 314 – 1798 (Fax)
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The Edmonton North PCN - Mental Health Practitioner
Mental Health Practitioner
An exciting opportunity exists to join the Edmonton North Primary Care Network’s (ENPCN) Rundle Health Centre
team! At Rundle Health Centre we know that people’s health improves when they have access to a grid of resources. Community development is important to us! In partnership with citizen groups, local businesses, and other providers we work to move the needle towards better health for the communities of Beverly and Abbotsfield.
Our transdisciplinary team works together to provide timely, integrated care, primarily to adults and seniors and offers education, health promotion and prevention programs, assistance with system navigation, brief intervention, and clinical treatment.
Rundle Health Centre is seeking a full-time, Mental Health Practitioner who:
- Values collaboration and delivering care as part of a team
- Enjoys sharing knowledge, is open to new ideas, innovation, and learning
- Views mental health, physical health, and wellbeing holistically and practices in a culturally responsive manner
- Actively participates in team discussions, is confident and reflective in their practice
- Is willing to step in and provide support for other team members as needed
- Takes initiative to solve problem solve and contributes ideas for quality improvement
- Ability to adapt interpersonal skills to relate effectively with clients and others
What to expect day to day:
- Provide mental health assessment and treatment individually and/or in group, using evidence-based therapies
- Deliver care within a biopsychosocial model that recognizes the impact of early experiences on lifelong physical and mental health
- Contribute to the development of mental health programming and a transdisciplinary approach to care
- Support clinical evaluation and feedback-informed treatment
- Participate in continuous quality improvement and research activities.
- Consult with team members, community agencies, and partners for mutual learning & coordinated care
- Work in the community to promote good mental health and reduce stigma
Requirements of the role:
- Registered or Provisionally Registered with the College of Alberta Psychologists (CAP).
- Minimum three years recent experience providing mental health assessment, treatment, and counselling in a community setting is an asset
- Experience working with culturally diverse and socially vulnerable populations are assets
- Experience conducting individual short-term counselling and facilitating short-term group therapy
- Experience working with addiction, motivational interviewing, solution focused and single session therapy are assets
- Strong assessment skills (experience with provisional DSM-5 diagnosis, an asset)
- Knowledge of community and regional programs
Openings: 1 Full-Time
Location: Rundle Health Centre (3427-118 Ave)
Please submit your cover letter and resume to: email@example.com
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Grasslands Public Schools - Full - Time Psychologist
Grasslands Public Schools is accepting applications for a Full Time Psychologist
commencing August 28, 2017
The School Psychologist functions as part of a multidisciplinary team whose main role is to enhance the educational, social and behavioral functioning of students in the school district.
- Conducts psychological assessments of students who exhibit educational, social-emotional and/or behavioral difficulties for the purpose of developing intervention strategies, program recommendation and diagnoses
- Consults with school and district staff in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of intervention measures and appropriate assessments
- Provides written reports on all formal casework
- Provides in-service sessions for teachers, assistants, parents and other professionals for the purpose of developing and upgrading their knowledge and skills
- Provides consultation and support to students, schools and families when a crisis occurs
- Support school and community members with Violence Threat Risk Assessment as needed
- Well-developed knowledge and experience in the administration and interpretation of intellectual, social, behavioral, academic and emotional assessments
- Knowledge and experience with learners with exceptional needs
- Knowledge of current instructional and remedial techniques
- Understanding of Response to Intervention and Pyramid of Intervention models
- Ability to analyze behavioral needs and provide recommendations regarding programming
- Superior written and verbal communication skills
- Strong interpersonal skills with a student centered focus
- Ability to work effectively in a multi-disciplinary collaborative team with minimal supervision
- Ability to facilitate staff capacity building through collaboration and coaching models
- Proficient in use of word processing, email, and computer scoring programs
- Ability to work/travel throughout the jurisdiction
- Must be registered or eligible for registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists
- Experience conducting and interpreting standardized assessments
Additional Skills/qualifications considered assets:
- Eligibility for Alberta Teaching Certification
- Experience working in school settings
- Training in Violence Threat Risk Assessments, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention and Positive Behavior Supports
- Knowledge and experience in Trauma Informed Practice
- Expertise in ADHD and Anxiety disorders
Successful applicants will be required to submit an original and current criminal record check, including the vulnerable sector check. Salary is based on education and experience.
Please submit a résumé including transcripts and contact information for three professional references. Deadline will be as soon as a suitable applicant pool has been received.
Scott Brandt, Deputy Superintendent
Grasslands Public Schools
Fax: 403-362-8225 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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McMaster Children's Hospital - Permanent Full-Time Psychologist - Hamilton, ON
McMaster Children's Hospital is the regional academic centre for pediatric acute care, rehabilitation, developmental and mental health services.
The Autism Spectrum Disorder Service (ASD) is comprised of MCYS-funded community-based services for individuals with a confirmed diagnosis of autism (up to the age of 18), their parents/caregivers and community service providers. The ASD Service supports a culture of innovation, family centered services and evidenced based interventions, and will be moving into a state-of-the-art purpose built building in the fall of 2015. Hamilton Health Sciences, McMaster Children’s Hospital is the regional lead agency and Hamilton service provider agency for the Autism Intervention Program, the ASD School Support Program, the Applied Behaviour Analysis Services and Supports and other ambulatory services for children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
These services have strong links with McMaster University’s Departments of Pediatrics and Psychiatry, and the Offord Centre for Child Studies, an internationally acclaimed research centre focused on children with emotional and behavioural problems and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Please apply to: www.hamiltonhealthsciences.ca in our careers section, through Requisition # 59625.
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Edmonton Police Service - Contract Psychologist – Level II On-Call
The Edmonton Police Service (Employee & Organizational Wellness Branch) is currently seeking one (1) contract psychologist to provide on-call professional mental health support to Crisis Negotiation Teams.
Interested applicants must have the following qualifications:
• Be a registered psychologist in the Province of Alberta,
• Possess graduate training in clinical psychology from a recognized post-secondary institution (a strong background in counselling psychology will be considered an asset),
• Have a minimum of 5 years of successful experience in a clinical role involving both personality and mental health assessment and,
• Previous demonstrated successful experience working in a first responder environment will be considered an asset.
• Forensic training an asset, however, not mandatory.
Please forward resume/CV, complete with a minimum of 5 references, electronically to:
Ben Nobleman – Employment and Compensation Branch, Edmonton Police Service Email: email@example.com
Closing Date: Open until filled.
We appreciate the interest of all applicants, however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
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Alberta Health Services - Clinical Psychologist - Grande Prairie
Grande Prairie, found in northwest Alberta, is a growing city with over 60,000 residents and serving approximately 260,000 people in the trading area. Grande Prairie has something for everyone! Outdoor and indoor recreation opportunities are available at the numerous parks and golf courses, in addition to a state of the art recreation facility. The city also has a vibrant arts and culture community with an art gallery, a few museums, and live theatre. There are also a multitude of dining and shopping opportunities. Alberta Health Services is invested in Grande Prairie with construction underway for a new regional hospital and cancer centre.
Reporting to the Manager, the Clinical Psychologist provides a broad range of clinical assessment and treatment services to outpatients in the Grande Prairie Bariatric Specialty Clinic. The incumbent is a member of a multidisciplinary team and collaborates and consults with other health care services regarding patient treatment and follow-up services. The Clinical Psychologist provides input for service planning, and facilitates in-services to staff.
Carries out psychological assessments including:
- Conducting interviews with patients
- Performing psychological testing, including intellectual, achievement, personality and neuropsychological screening/testing
- Analyzing data obtained through testing
- Providing written reports of findings to physicians
- Conferring with physician regarding reports
Providing outpatient treatment by:
- Providing individual therapy
- Facilitating/co-facilitating outpatient therapy groups
Consults and collaborates with other health care services by:
- Liaising with Bariatric interdisciplinary team
- Liaising with potential referral sources such as but not limited to Occupational, Recreational or Physiotherapy, and Social Work
- Coordinating assessment and treatment plans
- Providing psychological consultation on surgical patients and documenting findings on patient charts
Assists in the development and maintenance of a quality psychiatric service by:
- Maintaining program documentation
- Preparing, analyzing and submitting reports, statistics, and program documentation to the Manager
- Facilitating effective communication by sharing information in accordance with all Acts, Policies and Procedures and Protocol recognized by Alberta Health Services
- Communicating with and updating the Manager and Clinic Coordinator on a regular basis
- Attending and contributing to team meetings; participating on committees as requested by the Manager
Designs and conducts in-service education and training for staff by:
- Communicating with Manager to determine scope of training
- Facilitating in-service sessions
- Making recommendations for skills training sessions
Performs other related duties as required.
In addition to a competitive rate of pay, AHS currently has a Remote Retention Allowance in place to an annual maximum of $3,000. This allowance is non-pensionable and is payable on an hourly basis for all hours paid at the basic rate of pay.
- Registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists
- Valid Alberta driver’s license
- Master’s degree in Psychology. Chartered Psychologist or eligible for chartering
- Experience in Psychological testing, including neuropsychological screening/testing and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Previous experience in group therapy preferred
- Experience in psychiatric services preferred
- Experience working with Bariatric Population and asset
Knowledge of the Mental Health Act, relevant professional legislation and other legislated acts (i.e. Child and Family Enhancement Act, Dependent Adult Act, Health Information act, FOIPP).
Skills and Abilities:
- Ability to demonstrate expertise in individual and group therapy treatment modalities
- Demonstrated ability to relate to and provide clinical assessments/interventions to those presenting with mental health issues and their families
- Ability to communicate effectively with others, orally and in writing
- Ability to function effectively within a dynamic work environment, under limited direction
- Ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team
- Ability to organize and prioritize workload
- Ability to analyze and document information
- Ability to teach using adult learning principles
- Presentation skills
- Computer skills
Apply online by visiting AHS.ca/Careers and clicking on Apply Now, then doing an Advanced Search for Requisition #: 411017, or go to:
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WCB -Psychologist II - Psychology Consultant - Edmonton or Calgary
Permanent, Full-Time Position
Edmonton or Calgary Office
We are seeking an individual with a clinical, counseling or rehabilitation psychology background for the position of Psychologist II (Psychology Consultant). Reporting to a Service Manager, the successful candidate will be responsible for the consultation to WCB personnel on the psychological management of claims. Other responsibilities include: reviewing claims and making appropriate referrals to community psychologists when necessary; contacting community psychologists, rehabilitation service providers, and clients; and monitoring of the quality of the services provided.
• Psychological consultation to other WCB departments and personnel in regards to management of claims.
• Regular review of any service difficulties and corrective action.
• Critical Incident Intervention.
• Monitoring of subcontracted psychological services and ongoing liaison with community providers.
• Referrals for community psychological services and pain clinic treatment plus ongoing liaison with community providers.
• Assist in the development of best practice guidelines, input into policy for psychological consequences related to a compensable injury. Provide in-services to the WCB as required.
• May have some involvement in WCB committee work related to management of psychological injuries.
• Works as a member of team of psychological consultants with some supervisory responsibility for a Psychological Assistant and occasional graduate/undergraduate students.
The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. in Psychology, registration in good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists and completion of an internship from a Canadian Psychological Association accredited facility or equivalent. As well, significant experience in an interdisciplinary rehabilitation setting involving the assessment and treatment of a variety of disorders is required. Research and psychological consultant experience is an asset.
SALARY: Salary Grade H8 $100,008.24 to $130,173.60 per annum
(In accordance with the Collective Agreement with HSAA)
Note: Final candidates for this position will be asked to undergo a security clearance.
Please submit resumes online at www.wcb.ab.ca/careers quoting tracking number J0317-0579. External candidates will also be considered.
Posted: March 20, 2017
Closes: This competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is selected.
We thank all applicants for their interest, however; only candidates under consideration will be contacted.
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The Tribal Chief Child and Family Services East Society - Play Therapist - Frog Lake & Kehewin, AB
POSITION: PLAY THERAPIST (Specified Contract– Up to one year -Renewable)
DEPARTMENT: TCCFS EAST SOCIETY
DEADLINE: OPEN UNTIL SUITABLE CANDIDATE IS SELECTED
SALARY/WAGES: DEPENDENT ON AVAILABILITY AND EXPERIENCE
The Tribal Chief Child and Family Services East Society, a dynamic, growing Cree First Nation organization providing programs and services to children and families in need of support and protection so that they can become positive healthy contributing members in their respective communities.
The TCCFS East Society’s Play Therapist is responsible to the Tribal Chief Child & Family Services East Director and will provide Play Therapy services to member children of Frog Lake and Kehewin as specified, negotiated and agreed to by signing an Employment Contract upon being the successful candidate for the position. This position is a contracted term position developed to address the needs of the member children for a safe and age appropriate mode of therapy utilizing Pay Therapy techniques, strategies and assessment to promote healing from emotional, physical and trauma related issues.
- The primary purpose of this Term Contract position is to provide Play Therapy using either or both Non-Directive and Directive methods depending on the child’s age, needs, assessment and response to treatment.
- The Play Therapist will provide quality services at a fair compensation rate and that all applicable laws, codes of ethics (CACPT and TCCFS East) and standards are being followed.
- Therapy will take place twice a month, in sessions normally lasting 60 minutes each; one full day in Frog Lake and one full day in Kehewin; approximately 4-5 sessions per day in each community.
This challenging opportunity requires an individual with well-developed interpersonal skills, compassion, empathy, excellent organizational/communication skills, and professionalism. Knowledge of and ability to work with First Nations people would be a definite asset.
The Person must possess one of the following: Masters Degree in a related discipline or Medical Degree and a combination of experience and some working knowledge of Children and Youth Services. Must be certified and registered with the Canadian Association for Child and Play Therapy (CACPT) and with the Psychologist Association of Alberta if applicant is a Registered Psychologist.
- Excellent counseling/therapeutic, assessment and analytical skills.
- Excellent written and verbal skills as well as computer knowledge.
- Own transportation, as travel is required and a valid driver’s license.
- Candidates MUST bring completed Clean CRIM Check, Child Intervention Check (CICIO), 3 work related references minimum (one immediate supervisor), and all educational and training documentation for verification.
- Must be qualified as an expert witness in court.
- Knowledge of the Cree Culture and the ability to speak Cree an asset.
WE THANK ALL APPLICANTS FOR THEIR INTEREST IN THIS APPLYING FOR THIS POSITION.
ONLY THOSE SELECTED FOR INTERVIEWS WILL BE CONTACTED.
Tribal Chief Child and Family Services East Society
Box 29, Kehewin, Alberta T0A 1C0
Phone (780) 826-7676 Fax: (780) 826-4311
Attention: Kathleen Gadwa, Executive Director
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The Sturgeon School Division - Full or Part-time Registered Psychologist
Registered Psychologist - revised CS-106-17
Posted on: applytoeducation:
Closing Date: May 3, 2017 at: 4:30 PM MST/MDT
Job Type: Full Time Temporary
June 30, 2017
The Sturgeon School Division, located just north of Edmonton, is seeking a full or part-time Registered Psychologist primarily for their Early Childhood Education Department and for school age assessments until June 30, 2017 with the probability of extension into the next school year.
The Registered Psychologist functions as part of a dynamic multidisciplinary team and their primary role is to assess and provide behavioral support to Early Childhood Education programs.
Position responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Assess/screen children as referred and submit reports
- Debrief parents and teachers
- Consult with staff and families
- Attend Psychologist department, administration and client review meetings
- Collaborate with multi-disciplinary teams of Occupational Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists and Family Support Workers
- In-home consultation with FSCD
- Behavioural Consultation
- Develop Individual Behaviour Support Plans
- Registration as a Psychologist in the Province of Alberta
- Provisional Psychologist will be considered
- Valid Teaching Certificate is required
- Use of a personal vehicle and a valid Alberta Driver's License
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Organization and team skills & abilities
- Experience/knowledge in working with pre-school children is an asset
Qualified applicants are invited to submit a detailed resume on-line at www.sturgeon.ab.ca
All employees of Sturgeon School Division must submit a recent (within 6 months) Criminal Record Check with Vulnerable Sector included prior to commencement of employment.
All completed applications received by the deadline will be considered.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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Family Psychology Centre - Supervision Program
Provisional Supervision Program
accepting applicants on an ongoing basis
Jeff Chang, Ph.D., R.Psych.
Tracy Mitchell, M.Ed., R.Psych.
We provide supervision for Provisional Registered Psychologists providing psychological services in work settings without a qualified on-site supervisor. The program consists of:
- Individual supervision (video, audio, and/or case consultation)
- Group supervision (video, audio, and/or case consultation)
- Liaison with your employer
- Two on-site live supervision sessions (if permitted by your employer)
- Shared use of EPPP study materials
- Support and practice for the oral examination
- Preferred access and/or reduced fees for other professional development opportunities provided by the supervisors, when available
- Ongoing supervision following completion of 1600 hours prior to completion of all requirements for Registration (“Form B”)
- One all-inclusive fee, distributed over the duration of your Provisional hours.
The supervisors are experienced in several therapeutic approaches (i.e., cognitive-behavioral therapy, emotionally focused therapy, Ericksonian approaches, Gottman approach, narrative therapy, solution-focused therapy, structural-strategic therapy, etc.), types of assessment (cognitive, custody-access, parenting), and have worked and/or supervised in a variety of settings (child and adolescent mental health [day treatment, family therapy centre, residential treatment, and school-based programs], employee assistance programs, special education schools, and private practice. They are experienced with individuals of all ages, couples, and families. Some supervision hours may also apply toward Clinical Fellow status in the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Depending on mutual interests, supervision of applied research may be available.
In-person supervision will occur weekly in Calgary weekly.
For further information, contact: Dr. Jeff Chang firstname.lastname@example.org
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Psychology Plus - Psychologist - Calgary SW
Are you ready to build your private Psychological practice to full time?
A well established and reputable Psychological Clinic, in South West Calgary, is looking for a Registered Psychologist to join our team.
The successful applicant will have;
- Current Registration in Alberta
- At least 5 years of experience after completing the Provisional requirements.
- Some unusual areas of qualification and expertise that are in demand.
- Current clients that they are able to bring with them to a private practice.
Please send a current CV and a short list of your specialized areas of practise to
email@example.com, or phone 403-258-3734 (during daytime business hours) and ask to speak to Nivia for more information.
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Nait - Couselor
Counselor Department of Student Well-Being and Community
Competition No.: 217088
Closing Date: Open until suitable candidate found
NOTE: This is a full time or part-time (80%) position commencing September 2017
NAIT counselors work collaboratively with students, staff and faculty to promote student success through the provision of short-term, solution-focused, personal, academic and crisis counselling services. As leaders in mental health awareness and education across campus, NAIT’s counselors play key leadership roles on the Mental Health Awareness Committee. The incumbent for this position must possess strong counselling, communication, presentation and organizational skills and a keen interest in working within a team environment.
The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) is Alberta’s largest Polytechnic and one of Canada’s foremost trainers in technology based career-education, with more than 80,000 registrations and 3,000 faculty & staff. NAIT is the largest provider of apprenticeship training in Canada. For More information visit www.nait.ca.
- Provision of short term personal, academic and crisis counselling.
- Administer and interpret results of screenings assessments and recommend further assessment and referral.
- Facilitate groups and give presentations on a range of mental health topics.
- Consult on specific student issues with team members and program staff/ instructors.
- Assist students to access community services and external agencies for support with mental health issues, long term counselling, addictions issues, etc.
- Perform counselling related administrative duties efficiently and effectively (file notes, statistical reports, etc.).
- Maintain currency in counselling practice and other research/external resources.
- Duties may include support of NAIT’s mental health initiatives and responses to emergencies.
- Travel to satellite campuses may be required.
- In the event of exceptional circumstances extended hours may be required.
Skills and Knowledge:
- Proven organizational and team-building skills.
- Ability to work collaboratively within the post-secondary arena in Edmonton, throughout the province, and or nationally as required.
- Experience with social media is an asset.
- Experience and interest working with International students.
- Master’s or Doctorate Degree in Educational, Counselling or Clinical Psychology.
- Experience counselling students within a post-secondary setting preferred.
- Experience counselling students with a broad range of mental health disorders and disabilities preferred.
- Experience counselling adults in crisis situations.
- Experience facilitating groups is an asset.
- Registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists as a registered or provisional psychologist
Remuneration: Commensurate with education and experience
We thank all applicants for their interest in NAIT as an employer. However, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
It is recommended that applicants who have obtained educational credentials from outside of Canada and have not had them previously assessed, obtain an evaluation of their credentials from World Education Services or the International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS) - http://work.alberta.ca/immigration/international-qualifications-assessment-service.html
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Creative Works Psychological Services - Psychologist - Whitehorse, Yukon
Busy private practice, located in Whitehorse Yukon is looking for a psychologist who is able to work with a team (yet be independent and motivated).
Must be organized, have professional writing skills, and is able to see a variety of clients with various mental health needs. Ability to administer, score and interpret psychological testing within the practice is an asset for this position. Must be familiar with working in a small community and have an understanding of ethical issues in a rural setting.
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River’s Edge Counselling Centre - Registered Psychologist - St. Albert
River’s Edge Counselling Centre is seeking a Registered Psychologist to join our team! The successful candidate should have at least 3 years experience as a Psychologist providing counselling services to adults, adolescents and couples.
River's Edge Counselling Centre is located in a beautiful, bright new office space along the river in downtown St. Albert. We value excellence in practice and service to the community. Candidates should have a strong interest in being part of a collaborative, supportive team of therapists and demonstrate a passion for continued education and growth in their practice.
- excellent administrative support for flexibility and a healthy work/life balance
- exceptional compensation rates with ongoing referrals and no lower paying contracts
- regular case conferences, peer support and supervision, and team celebrations
- opportunities for teaching and supervision in our practicum training program
Candidates should be willing to see at least 15 clients per week, with at least one evening and/or weekend shift.
Please visit our website (www.riversedgecounselling.com) to learn more about our services and programs.
Our therapists are passionate, warm, and experienced professionals who understand that when we work together, we best serve the individuals and families who come to us for help. We look forward to welcoming and supporting the successful applicant for this position!
Interested applicants should submit their CV to Nicole Imgrund at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Borealis Counselling Services - Clinical Counsellor - Fort McMurray
CLINICAL COUNSELLOR (FULL-TIME)
Borealis Counselling Services is a non-profit, locally based organization in Fort McMurray providing Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP) services for over 30 years, and more recently, general counselling services to all community residents on a fee for service/sliding scale basis.
The successful candidate will provide clinical counselling in the areas of mental health and addictions, as well as a variety of other individual, couple, family and work-related issues.
- A Master’s Degree in Counselling, Psychology or Social Work (degree must have a clinical focus), with a minimum of 2 years’ experience.
- Experience working with and knowledge of, mental health issues, addiction, workplace stress, grief and loss, individual, couple and family issues.
- All candidates must be registered, and be in good standing, with a professional association/ regulating body.
- Training and experience in critical incident stress intervention will be considered an asset.
Compensation will be based on the successful candidate’s education and experience. Borealis Counselling Services offers a competitive salary, cost of living allowance, as well as a self-directed benefits package.
Please send cover letter and resume to:
or Fax (780) 743-4517
This position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.
Interviews will be held upon receiving qualified resumes.
We appreciate the interest of all applicants; however,only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
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The Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter - Manager of Men’s Counselling Services
Manager of Men’s Counselling Services
Full Time (35 hours)
Start Date: April 1, 2017
The Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter (CWES) is here to support individuals and families in their efforts to live free from family violence and abuse. We are thrilled to be recruiting for a new full-time permanent manager position that will further develop and lead CWES’s Men’s Counselling Services.
Reporting to the Director of Client Services, the Manager of Men’s Counselling Services is responsible to ensure that the highest standard of counselling services to clients who are perpetrators and victims of family violence and abuse are met.
- Provides strategic direction and leadership for the men’s counselling program.
- Provides clinical supervision to the therapists.
- Provides administrative supervision and support to the men’s team and program. Includes performance management; quality improvement; ensuring team is ready for accreditation and the program meets accreditation standards; ensuring agency policy and procedures are followed.
- Develops and maintains effective relationships internal and external to CWES, and ensure integration of the team within the broader agency. This includes partnerships with community stakeholders such as Eastside Family Centre, and funders.
- Ensures effective program operations.
- Conducts sessions with clients, when required.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Masters of Counselling, Social Work or equivalent.
- Registered psychologist, or MSW with authorization to perform psychosocial interventions.
- At least seven years leading and managing a team of professionals.
- At least five years’ clinical experience.
- Clinical alignment with client-centered approaches to counselling is necessary.
- Understanding of the Response-based approach and prior experience with the Feedback Informed Treatment is an asset.
- Effective counselling, supervision, and program management skills.
- Strong engagement skills, both as a therapist and as a supervisor.
- Ability to work in a client-centered manner with clients, and to supervise / support staff in honouring their clients’ expertise and abilities.
- Strong leadership abilities, to promote excellent client service delivery and a positive work culture.
- Ability to manage risk and to promote high ethical standards of practice.
- A criminal records search and an intervention record check are conditions of employment.
- If holder of an eligible degree, must be registered with a professional organization as governed by the Health Professions Acts.
- In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.
The Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diversity.
We thank all candidates for their interest, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
We regret that we are unable to accept telephone inquiries.
TO APPLY: Please submit your resume and cover letter via Reachire. Click here to go to the website: http://reachire.ca/index.php.
CLOSE DATE: Review of applications begins on March 6, 2017 and will continue until a suitable candidate is found. Please contact us for more information.
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Supporting Wellness Psychological and Family Services - Registered Provisional Psychologists - Calgary
Supporting Wellness Psychological and Family Services is looking for Provisional Psychologists who have acquired academic approval from the College of Alberta Psychologists and are now looking for an approved supervisor.
The Provisional Registered Psychologist will have experience or will want to gain experience in areas such as: child/adolescent therapy, parenting, marriage and family therapy, psycho-educational assessment, school counselling, educational support, and private practice. ***Individuals interested in the rural communities must be willing to travel, and spend several days away to provide therapeutic services and support.
- Individual, Group, and On-Site Supervision
- Preparation and Support for the EPPP examination and Oral Exam: this includes additional studying material and testing, group class, and mock orals.
- Supervision for the mandated 1600 hours, and continued supervision during the completion of the EPPP and Oral Examination
- Supervision Fee Dependent Upon Supervision Requirement: In Need of Placement to Complete Hours, or In Need of Qualified Supervisor while Employed with Outside Agency. Assigned Supervision will be dependent on supervisor and required areas of competence.
If interested in this opportunity please submit your resume/CV/ and cover letter stating your area of specialty and if you are willing to travel and work in a rural community. Thank you in advance for your interest, however; only successful applicants will be contacted for an interview.
Send Resume To: email@example.com
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Supporting Wellness Psychological and Family Services - Registered Psychologists - Calgary
Supporting Wellness Psychological and Family Services is expanding and looking for (3) Registered Psychologists who want to join an innovative practice. Successful applicants will work for Supporting Wellness Psychological and Family Services on a contract bases, have the motivation and eagerness to build their own client base, create their own schedules, and contribute to a diverse team of professionals. Our mission statement is, “We Believe that Change Is Possible”.
Contractor Requirements Include:
- Membership in good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists
- Full professional liability insurance, proof of criminal record check
- 3-5 years of clinical experience
- Ability to use online booking system, respond to intakes, and invoicing
- Diverse clinical background with the ability to use several therapeutic modalities, and the ability to work with children, adolescents, marriage and family, and individual specializations such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse, separation and divorce, trauma, clinical mental health and assessment.
- Willingness to take part in team consultation/clinical meetings.
- Willingness to present workshops, and offer community support when requested.
- Strong willingness to create and build a client base.
Areas of Specialization That Are Needed:
- Psycho-Educational Assessment
- Play Therapy
- Sex Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Substance/Addictions Counselling
- Public Speaking, Presenting and Workshops
- Opportunity to work in Rural Alberta part time
Supporting Wellness Psychological and Family Services offers competitive rates, and programs that offer office space, marketing, parking, and a diverse team to collaborate with. Please send resume/CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please highlight area of specialization. We thank all applicants in advance, however only successful candidates will be contacted for an interview.
Thank you for your interest. Closing date: when suitable applicants are found.
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The Natural Path Clinic is looking for a Clinical Counsellor in Edmonton, AB.
You will be part of a multi-disciplinary health team involved in the development of a comprehensive and
integrative treatment plan to best suit the needs of our clients and promote optimal Health and Wellness
on their journey to recovery.
Your primary role focuses on providing counselling to clients with Cancer and Chronic Illness.
- Interview clients, prepare case histories and assess problems.
- Develop and implement counselling and intervention programs to assist clients in determining goals and
- means of attaining them.
- Counsel clients, provide holistic consultation and psychotherapy, and mediation services.
- Develop and implement treatment plans using a variety of treatment approaches including trauma
- therapy, regression therapy, systemic family theraphy, play therapy and other individual and group
- psycho therapies.
- Evaluate the effectiveness of counselling programs and interventions, and clients' progress in resolving
- identified problems and movement toward defined objectives.
- Follow up results of counselling programs and clients' adjustment.
- Identify additional/alternative services and provide referrals.
- Masters Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Child and Youth Care, or a related field.
- Certified Membership in good standing with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association
- Minimum 3-5 years of experience in the field of health psychology, with specialization in Cancer and
- Chronic Illness.
- Understanding of both, conventional and natural psychotherapies through balancing mind, body and
- Ability to address the emotional root causes of illnesses by regression therapy in order to address the
- underlying psychological cause of the physical symptoms.
- Must have understanding of the special needs of cancer and chronically ill clients.
- Must be well versed in alternate wholistic medicine approaches to healing.
- Must be culturally sensitive to and appropriate with Indigenous peoples.
- Knowledge of other languages is an asset.
Wage offered: $33.45 per hour for 30 hours/week, Permanent, Full Time.
Applicants are sincerely thanked in advance for their interest. Only those selected for an interview will be
contacted. Competition closes when position is filled.
Business address: 10869 - 96 Street NW, Edmonton, AB T5H 2K2
Submit resume via E-MAIL: email@example.com, attention Dr. Anne Mageau
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Heritage Family Services - Clinical Therapist - Red Der
Heritage Family Services is looking for a Clinical Therapist to serve alongside a Program Coordinator as a vital partner who shares the vision and responsibility of providing therapeutic care to children living in a foster care program/group care program. The Clinical Therapist is a proficient clinician and consultant, with the ability to develop and implement treatment/assessment plans in collaboration with clients and caregivers in a supportive, team environment.
The ideal candidate will likely be characterized by others as authentic, service-focused, responsible, conscientious, and curious. He or she will possess a Master’s Degree in Human Services, preferably Psychology or Social Work, registration with a professionally recognized designation, and eligibility for professional liability insurance. This individual will display a strong level of emotional intelligence and professional conduct.
In addition to these characteristics, the successful candidate for the position of Clinical Therapist will possess the following competencies:
- Individual and Cultural Diversity
- Reflective Practice
- Relationship Building
- Scientific Knowledge and Methods
- Research and Evaluation
- Evidence-Based Practice
- Interdisciplinary Systems
- Ethical Legal Standards and Policy
- Self-Assessment and Self-Care
- Development and Continual Learning
As children and family service provider, Heritage Family Services is a person-focused, service-oriented team with a predominantly attachment-based, developmental approach to caregiving. With an upstanding record of serving children and families for forty years in Alberta, Heritage Family Services’ values of authenticity, service, quality, and responsibility draw both new and experienced human services professionals to build long, rewarding careers in a positive, fulfilling environment.
Please forward resumes with at least 2 references to:
#300 4825 – 47 Street
Red Deer AB T4N 1R3
For more information, please call 403-343-3422.
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Hope Heels Service Dogs – Volunteer Psychologist/Case Manager wanted - Edmonton
Hope Heels Service Dogs is a 100% volunteer run charity that is dedicated to the training and placement of service dogs in the Edmonton area. Our BRAVO K9 program raises specially trained service dogs to be paired with veterans and first responders who have sustained operational stress injuries (PTSD, Anxiety or Depression) during their service to our community.
Hope Heels Service Dogs is looking for a volunteer psychologist to help with case management. When an individual is paired with a service dog, there are requirements of the handler (or their support system) to ensure the welfare of the dog and the maintenance of it’s training. The Case Management Volunteer would connect with these handlers to ensure the requirements are being met and if the handler is struggling to meet the requirements, collaborate with them to develop strategies. It is estimated this position requires 4-6 hours per month. Volunteer perks include helping veterans and first responders in your community and opportunities to pet adorable service dog puppies!
Kristine Aanderson, R Psyc, Hope Heels Service Dogs Board Chair
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