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Posted June 22, 2017
Livingstone Range School Division - Clinical Team Leader - South West Alberta


Applications are invited for the position of Clinical Team Leader (CTL) with Livingstone Range School Division No. 68. Anticipated start date to be determined through consultation with the successful candidate.


Livingstone Range School Division is located in the southwestern corner of Alberta encompassing fourteen schools in the communities of Nanton, Stavely, Claresholm, Granum, Fort Macleod, Pincher Creek, Lundbreck and Crowsnest Pass. Within our Division, we also have thirteen Hutterite Schools.


The Clinical Team Leader works in collaboration with the School-Based Team, Division Programs & Services Team, and community agencies to assist in the development of supports for students and classrooms. Involving a collaborative approach, a continuum of preventative, developmental, remedial and intervention services are provided to students to support learning.



The ideal candidate will be:

  • A Registered Psychologist or possess a Master’s degree in Psychology
  • Eligible for registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists (CAP)



  • Experience working within elementary and secondary school contexts
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team
  • Ability to collaborate with school-based and division personnel
  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills 
  • Ability to form excellent working relationships 
  • Ability to complete assessment reports in a timely manner 
  • Ability to organize and prioritize work


The duties of the Clinical Team Leader (CTL) may include the following:

Manage the Family School Liaison program (FSL)

  • Hire, supervise, and evaluate the performance of the FSL’s 
  • Be available to FSL’s for consultation regarding cases
  • Ensure effective use of resources
  • Ensure quality services 
  • Hold monthly staff meetingsanage the budget 
  • Promote continuous quality improvement

Coordinate the Threat Assessment Protocol

  • Be on-call for consultation regarding all threats (direct and indirect) made in the Division
  • Conduct the clinical threat assessment interview
  • Participate on the threat assessment team
  • Document and track threats within the division

Provide Crisis Response

  • Be on-call for consultation regarding any crises
  • Coordinate and provide crisis response interventions at the schools
  • Monitor aftermath of any crises and provide appropriate support

Direct Counselling/Education

  • Be on-call for consultation to all staff in the division regarding students’ social/emotional health
  • Provide workshops on various topics to staff and/or parents
  • Provide counselling for very high-risk children and youth
  • Distribute helpful social/emotional information to the staff, students and families

Maintain Connections within the Community

  • Attend applicable committee meetings
  • Participate in interagency case consultation meetings
  • Attend regional Family School Liaison Advisory Committee meetings
  • Liaison with other agencies in the community 
  • Enhance the profile of the counselling program and accessibility of service


We thank all candidates for their interest; however, only those who will be interviewed will be contacted. Please direct any questions to Ken Sampson, Associate Superintendent, Programs & Services. Candidates are requested to apply online at http://www.lrsd.ca/Careers.php through applytoeducation.com. This competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. Further documentation may be requested at a later date.


Mr. Darryl Seguin—Deputy Superintendent
Livingstone Range School Division #68
P.O. Box 69
Claresholm, AB T0L 0T0

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Posted June 16, 2017
Calgary Board of Education - Psychologist

Psychologist-(Part-time,Term Specific)- Calgary Board of Education





Each student, in keeping with his or her individual abilities and gifts, will complete high school with a foundation of learning necessary to thrive in life, work and continued learning.


Students come first.  Learning is our central purpose.  Public education serves the common good.



Competition Close Date


Thursday, June 22, 2017, 11:59 PM




10 Month Calendar


Weekly Hours


0.8 FTE




Grade IV $82,369.32 - $108,237.58 annually


About the Department


Education - Classroom Support includes all positions that support student learning like Education Assistants, School Assistants, Support Workers, Instructors, Psychologists, Speech Language Pathologists, Interpreters, Learner Assistants and Lunchroom Supervision. 



Purpose and Accountability


The purpose of this position is to provide services for students with developmental, learning, behavioural and social/emotional challenges.  The Psychologist acts as a change agent which collaborates with schools, families and communities to create effective, healthy learning environments for Calgary Board of Education (CBE) students with diverse experience and needs. 

The incumbent is accountable for ensuring effective identification, diagnosis, consultation, intervention and evaluation as well as for meeting both the CBE and Alberta Education requirements regarding the identification, documentation and monitoring of students with exceptional needs.





I.          Screening and prioritizing of psychological referrals


  • Consults and collaborates with school personnel and/or parents (e.g., school resource group meetings, team meetings, pod meetings).
  • Conducts direct classroom observation of students.
  • Gathers pertinent information from other disciplines.
  • Identifies needs of children and/or school communities.


II.         Assessment


  • Conducts assessments using structured and unstructured (e.g., observations, interviews, file reviews) psycho-diagnostic techniques and instruments.
  • Assesses cognitive functioning, academic achievement, learning styles, social/emotional functioning, personality, self-esteem and adaptive behaviour.
  • Interprets results of assessments to school personnel and parents.
  • Prepares written assessment reports for the Student Record and for relevant community professionals on request.


III.        Diagnosis


  • Contributes to the information base necessary for programming to meet student needs.
  • Provides formal diagnostic opinions as mandated by Alberta Education for the purpose of identifying students eligible for severe disability funding.
  • Integrates multidisciplinary information into viable student modification plans.
  • Prepares written summaries and other documentation as required.


IV.       Consultation

  • Consults with school personnel, parents and community professionals and agencies.
  • Acts as a liaison between school personnel, parents and community agencies.


V.         Intervention

  • Provides, evaluates and documents direct services to students, parents and teachers, in both individual and group formats, as required:


A.        Students

·         Learning and behavioural strategies assistance

·         Study and organizational skills

·         Brief counselling and referral for long-term counselling

·         Peer mediation and peer support programs

·         Conflict resolution groups

·         Social skills groups (e.g., peer relations, bullying)

·         Anger management groups

·         Mentorship programs


B.        Teachers

·         Individual program modification, planning evaluations (e.g., assists in the development of IPP's)

·         Development of learning, behavioural and social/emotional strategies and programs


C.        Parents

·         Development of learning, behavioural and social/emotional strategies

·         Parent education (e.g. Parent Effectiveness Training)

·         Brief counselling and referral for long-term counselling


  • Contributes to staff development by providing workshops and/or presentations within the Calgary Board of Education and the community as required.
  • Provides resource material to support and facilitate educational programming.
  • Provides training and supervision of graduate students and Provisional Psychologists.
  • Provides crisis intervention services (e.g., Calgary Board of Education Crisis Resource Team).


VI.       Develops and maintains a high level of knowledge and awareness of the current theory and practice related to meeting the learning and behaviour needs of exceptional learners.


VII.      Works collaboratively with other School Support Services staff as well as Area staff to provide a comprehensive service to students with exceptional needs.


VIII.     Performs other related responsibilities as required.





Education and Experience

  • Registered as a Psychologist in the Province of Alberta. 
  • Provisional psychologists who are registered with the College of Alberta Psychologists, have successfully completed the required 1600 hours of supervised practice, and are eligible to be chartered within four months from the date of hire, may be considered.


Demonstrated Skills and Competencies

  • Combination of suitable education and experience
  • Assessment and diagnostic skills
  • Ability to work with a minimum of supervision
  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work as a member of an educational team
  • Personal suitability.



Other Information


This is a term-specific position with an expected end date of December 29, 2017.


Conditions of Employment


In order to ensure and maintain a safe and secure working and learning environment, applicants new to the Calgary Board of Education WHO ARE OFFERED EMPLOYMENT must complete and pass a police security clearance before employment is confirmed. 



Be part of our success


Are you looking for an opportunity to join a team where your contribution makes a positive impact on the lives and learning of nearly 100,000 CBE students? The Calgary Board of Education is looking for great people to join our team. Our employees are highly valued and recognized, a career with the CBE offers incredible opportunities, rewards and supports.

Click www.cbe.ab.ca/Careers/ for more information on a career with the CBE.



Closing Statement


We thank all candidates for their interest in this position however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 

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Posted June 15, 2017
WCB - Psychologist II - 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)


APPLY TO: Karen.Whitty@wcb.ab.ca

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Posted June 12, 2017
Supervision Opportunity for Registered Psychologists - Calgary

Supervision Opportunity for Registered Provisional Psychologists- Calgary, Alberta

If you have employment or a work placement to complete your provisional hours but cannot find a Registered Psychologist for supervision please contact general@supportingwellness.com

If you would like to know more about the supervision program and costs associated please request an interview in addition to sending your resume to learn more.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Thank you.

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Posted June 8, 2017
OrionHealth - Psychologist - Vancouver

Registered Psychologist

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 employment@orionhealth.ca.  

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Posted June 8, 2017
Prairie North Health Region - Psychologist - North Battleford, SK


Prairie North Health Region is committed to quality health care, focusing on Patient, Resident, Client and Employee safety. Teamwork, a culture of safety, communication and putting the Patient First is everyone’s responsibility.


Our Mission – Healthy People. Healthy Communities.


Our Values – Quality, Compassion, Excellence, Accountability, Respect.


Posting # GO-00511850
Position # 131323
Posted Date: June 8, 2017 17:00 CST
Closing Date: July 9, 2017 23:59 CST
Type: Permanent Full-Time
City/Town: North Battleford
Expected Start Date: July 17, 2017
FTE: 1.0
Shift Information:
Hours of Work: In a 3 week rotation: 14 shifts of 8.00 hours
Salary or Pay Band: $51.356 to $62.643 (5 step range)
Number of Positions: 1

Job Summary:

Nature and Scope:
A clinical position working as part of assessment and treatment teams in a dynamic and growing hospital setting. This position involves the opportunity to work with individuals with chronic major mental illness and intellectual disabilities, often treatment resistant, in both the Psychiatric Rehabilitation department within Saskatchewan Hospital, North Battleford.

Specific Accountabilities:
Assess the needs of the patients in the Short Term Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Extended Psychiatric Rehabilitation areas. Plan/evaluate therapeutic individual and group programs that are consistent with patient needs and unit objectives. Provide patient assessment and treatment plans (including behavior management programs); psychotherapy; contribute to formal and informal discussion of all cases. Awareness of policy and the administration of policy is a component of all professional positions. Consultation with others concerning the problems and needs of the patients in the Short Term Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Extended Psychiatric Rehabilitation service areas is required. Assemble data and analyze research and clinical assessment reports on individual patients for interpretation to other hospital staff.


  • Experience in the area of mental health.
  • Experience in psychological testing methods and statistics.


Required Qualifications:


  • PhD in Clinical Psychology.
  • Registered or eligible for registration with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists.


Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • Ability to work independently and as a member of a multi-disciplinary team.
  • Advanced communication skills.


Additional Text:

  • Preference for this position will be given to HSAS members in accordance with the terms and conditions of the SAHO/HSAS Collective Agreement.
  • This is a designated field-hours position.
  • Recruitment and relocation incentive package may be available.

To Apply – please submit an application, indicating GO-# by:

• Gateway Online (internal staff only); or
• Email to hrreception@pnrha.ca; or
• Fax to (306) 446-6810


Criminal Record Check Requirement – Prior to an offer of employment, applicants shall be required to provide a satisfactory criminal record check including a vulnerable sector query as a condition of employment. 

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Posted June 5, 2017
Alberta Counselling Centre - Registered Psychologist - Calgary


A contract psychologist position is open for a Fully Registered Psychologist who has the knowledge, skills, training, and experience to perform comprehensive psychoeducational assessments for adults and youth. Primary duties include conducting the initial intake interview, testing, scoring and interpreting, report writing, and performing feedback meetings. All services to clients will be provided at Alberta Counselling Centre.

Candidates should:

- Have experience with testing adults and youth for attention and/or learning issues

- Be a fully registered psychologist

- Have a minimum of one year of experience in performing psychoeducational assessments with adults and youth

- Be able to conduct assessments using their own testing materials (e.g., WAIS-IV, WISC-V, NEPSY-II, WMS-IV, BRIEF- A) or be comfortable using the new Pearson digital Q-Interactive system used by Alberta Counselling Centre

This contract position is flexible. Compensation is commensurate with experience. Psychologists who are interested in this opportunity are invited to drop an application package off with the receptionist at Alberta Counselling Centre (#205, 259 Midpark Way SE), Mondays through Fridays from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Alternatively, application packages can be emailed to Joyce at joyce@albertacounselling.ca

Your application package should include a resume or CV and current samples of adult and youth psychoeducational reports (with any identifying information removed).

All applications will be reviewed and candidates with the required skills and experience necessary for the position will be contacted for interviews.

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Posted May 29, 2017
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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Posted May 29, 2017
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: ben.nobleman@edmontonpolice.ca


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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Posted May 29, 2017
Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools - School Psychologist


We are currently accepting applications for School Psychologist

Job Summary:
School psychology services are team-based, non-categorical, educational and mental health services designed to support students in their learning in addition to supporting their adaptive and social skills.

The school psychologist provides a continuum of preventative, developmental, remedial and intervention services as a member of a multidisciplinary team approach within the district’s Response to Intervention (RTI) framework. The school psychologist facilitates the educational, personal, social, and emotional development of students in schools within tier 1 of the RTI model.

The school psychologist works in collaboration with the School-Based Team (S-BT), district Learning Support Services Team (LSST), staff and community agencies to assist in the development of supports for students and classrooms. School psychology services are focused within the classroom environment (tier 1) with interventions within the other two tiers (tiers 2 and 3) being made available through consultation with the LSST.

School psychology services play a supportive role in student learning with emphasis on student/classroom observation, developing student/classroom interventions, student program planning, program planning and implementation, and the formal assessment/eligibility process.

The school psychologist:

  • provides collaborative consultation in classrooms, at school-based team (S-BT) and at the LSST meetings; 
  • assists with pre-referral interventions, 
  • provides psycho-educational assessments for students referred through the S-BT and LSST; 
  • provides ongoing collaborative planning for students and classrooms; 
  • contributes to the development and progress monitoring of the IEP, and 
  • provides inservice training in the area of interventions, progress monitoring, data collection and/or assessment.


The school psychologist also provides consultative services which include:
consultation with teachers, support staff, parents, students and community agencies regarding student strengths and needs, assessment implications, and interventions through which to enhance learning and interpersonal relations; and
collaboration with school-based and/or district personnel to gather classroom-based data, design or implement instructional strategies/interventions, and/or design and implement behavioural interventions.


Psychologists may assist school and district staff in providing inservice training for educators and support staff (e.g., behaviour management, observational techniques/data gathering, PBIS, RTI, suicide protocol training, etc.), and participate or assist in program evaluation and research activities.


  • Professional Certification
  • Certified member of BC Association of School Psychologists or a registered member of the College of Psychologists of BC
  • BC Teacher Regulation Branch certification is preferred
  • Education and Training 
  • A Masters Degree in Psychology or School Psychology, or equivalent;
  • Have the credentials to administer and interpret individual intelligence and curriculum based assessments up to and including Level C as per Ministry of Education guidelines;
  • A Bachelor of Education is preferred


Additional Requirements: 
Experience and training related to school settings; and
Proof of clinical supervision, training, and experience in writing reports with appropriate school-based recommendations.

This is a position of special responsibility and will be filled by competition.

How to apply:
Please apply via www.makeafuture.ca/regions-districts/bc-public-school-districts/vancouver-island-sunshine-coast/nanaimo-ladysmith/
Please note to submit your application to the actual job posting you must click onto the job posting, then click the “APPLY” button.

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Posted May 23, 2017
Psychologist - Northern Alberta


Psychologist Needed

We are looking for a motivated counselling professional to join our team providing psychological support to rural Indigenous communities in Northern Alberta. Position includes service to a health centre and 2 (two) local schools. Service requires 3 (three) days of work and 2 (two) nights away from home.  Looking for a psychologist with crisis intervention experience who enjoys working with people and maintains a strong sense of adventure. Part-time competitive contract of 3 (three) days a week with a salary of up to $3200 a week which includes accommodation. Opportunity for flexible holidays and additional contract days are available. Schedule can be adapted during school holidays as well.


  • Minimum 2 years of experience as a psychologist.
  • Registered Psychologist in good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists.
  • Experience providing individual and couples therapy and providing group counselling on various topics such as grief, addictions, anger management and anxiety an asset. psychotherapy to individuals, couples or both.
  • Experience working with Indigenous people and eligibility to be approved by First Nations and Inuit Health Branch.
  • Current criminal record check and be able to secure professional liability insurance at your own expense.

Applications will be accepted until qualified candidates are found. Please submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae via email to Tom at tjnholmes@gmail.com

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Posted May 18, 2017
Canada Career Counselling - Part-time Contract Psychologist - Toronto


Job Posting – Registered Psychologist or Psychological Associate – Contract Position - Toronto


Canada Career Counselling is seeking a part-time contract Psychologist to join our busy Bay and Bloor Street Toronto practice immediately. Candidates must be either Registered Psychologists or Registered Psychological Associates in Ontario. The successful candidate will be trained on our proprietary career counselling process and deliver counselling support to clients ages 16-65+ in making informed career decisions through counselling sessions and psychological assessments. Experience in personal counselling, in addition to career development, is an asset. Our office culture is collaborative, team-oriented and client-focused. Please note: there is no opportunity for supervision.


The position is a fee-for-service independent contractor role, reporting to the Toronto Practice Lead and is located at the 1200 Bay Street office.



• Respond to phone and web inquiries; provide interested individuals information about our services and processes; and enroll new clients
• Provide face-to-face career counselling sessions for clients as well as online remote sessions
• Coordinate, interpret and debrief client assessments during counselling sessions
• Provide excellent client support including ongoing client relationship management, ensuring client engagement through the process
• Participate in training sessions with supervisor and practitioner meetings as required
• Able to work in the downtown office at 1200 Bay Street.


Skill Requirements:

• Minimum of 3 years of client counselling experience
• Interest in career counselling. Career counselling experience is preferred.
• Willing to learn new skills and tools
• Motivated to provide exemplary service to our clients
• Able to provide culturally competent service to clients of diverse backgrounds
• Strong verbal and written communication skills and active listening ability
• Excellent interpersonal skills, strong team player, personable, collaborative, friendly, sociable,
• Able to work responsibly and independently in a fast-paced, growing practice
• Excellent skills in: planning, organization, follow through, time management, attention to detail
• Open to development feedback, new ideas and processes
• Proficient in Microsoft Office and able to learn new systems quickly


• Registered Psychologists or Registered Psychological Associates in Ontario
• Current registration in good standing with the College of Psychologists of Ontario
• Strict adherence to the College of Psychologists of Ontario’s Standards and Professional Conduct
• Proof of professional liability insurance
• Master’s or Ph.D. in Counselling Psychology
• Available to work 20-25hrs/week, including evenings and weekends, as client load grows
• Excellent English communication skills, other language skills an asset (specifically French and Mandarin)

Minimum of Three (3) work related references will be required, references can be provided by candidate at the interview stage.

Application Submissions:

Please email your Cover Letter and Resume to: admin@canadacareercounselling.com
Include in the Subject line: “Application for Toronto Psychologist”


Canada Career Counselling helps clients make strategic and informed career decisions, leading to greater career fulfillment and success. Our Career Planning Psychologists, Career Coaches, Education Advisors and Job Search Strategists support you in making important career related decisions such as; determining your educational options, deciding your next career move, resolving your career challenges or maximizing success in your job search.

We are proud to be an inclusive organization.

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Posted May 18, 2017
Night Wind Treatment Centres - Therapist

Full Time, Permanent Therapist

Night Wind Treatment Centres (NWTC) is a residential treatment centre for Indigenous girls and young women aged 8-17. NWTC offers healing support through a safe and nurturing environment, intensive group and individual therapy, and the integration of cultural teachings. NWTC is transitioning to NMT trauma informed care and this is an exciting time for a talented and enthusiastic Therapist to join our team.

The successful candidate will manage a caseload of up to 12 clients, provide ongoing group and individual therapy, and work in consultation with other staff to provide a comprehensive treatment plan for the clients we serve. NWTC is a peaceful 30 minute drive north of St. Albert.


Job Description:

  • Create, maintain and implement comprehensive treatment plans
  • Deliver individual and group therapy supports
  • Provide clinical leadership to the NWTC staffing team
  • Maintain exceptional records, session notes and communication with staff, clients and stakeholders
  • Participate in case management and inter-departmental team meetings
  • Facilitate training to staff on clinical issues (i.e. common treatment issues, training in risk assessments, etc.).



  • Professional designation as a Provisional or Registered Psychologist, Certified Counsellor, or Master’s-level Social Worker
  • Experience with group and individual therapy is essential
  • Experience working with Indigenous youth and children in care is essential
  • Knowledge of Indigenous culture and healing practices is essential
  • Skill supporting a comprehensive treatment plan which includes developmental and trauma informed care is an asset


Pay is commensurate with experience and qualifications. Clinical supervision and support is provided, along with competitive vacation and benefits.


To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to: Tom Holmes at tjnholmes@gmail.com. 

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Posted May 16, 2017
Shift Psychological Edmonton - 2 Positions: Registered Psychologist or Provisionally Registered Psychologist

About Us:

Shift is a game-changer provider of proactive and clinical psychological services. Great stuff about working for us:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Consistent Client Load
  • Full Service Marketing Done for You
  • Wickedly Lovely Reception Staff
  • Modern and Art Filled Environment
  • Madly Innovative
  • Loads of Consultation Opportunities
  • Specialized Training and Skills Sharpening
  • Technologically Advanced


About You:

  • Positive Attitude
  • Innovative and Strong Work Ethic
  • Outcome Focused
  • Tech-savvy
  • Non-judgemental or Secular Orientation
  • Non-pathologizing
  • Experienced in People
  • Charming and Personable (Cheeky Even!)
  • Unentitled


Position 1: Ref #007
Monday: 1pm - 9pm
Thursday: 5pm - 9pm
*Must be available for possible Fridays (4pm - 8pm)


Position 2: Ref #008
Tuesday: 5pm - 9pm (Possible 1pm - 9pm)
Friday: 4pm - 8pm (Possible 1pm - 8pm)


Please send a copy of your CV and Cover Letter to info@shiftpsych.com. In your cover letter, please indicate which position you are applying for and your expectation of pay per client hour.

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Posted May 15, 2017
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.


We offer:

  • 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 nicole@riversedgecounselling.com.

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Posted May 15, 2017
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;


  1. Current Registration in Alberta
  2. At least 5 years of experience after completing the Provisional requirements.
  3. Some unusual areas of qualification and expertise that are in demand.
  4. 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

psychologyplus@shaw.ca, or phone 403-258-3734 (during daytime business hours) and ask to speak to Nivia for more information.


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Posted May 11, 2017
Lethbridge Family Services - Clinical Supervisor



POSITION: Clinical Supervisor

DEPARTMENT: Counselling, Outreach and Education


YOU are a high-energy professional, with a passion for your work. WE are a high-performance organization that values world-class excellence and innovation. YOU value a relaxed, “family-like” work atmosphere, and strongly contribute to a positive culture in the workplace. WE offer the potential for a joyful work life.


The Clinical Supervisor will provide clinical and administrative supervision to professional staff and contractors. The Clinical Supervisor, working with the Director, will ensure that the counseling program operates in accordance with agency/department policies and procedures, accreditation standards and contractual obligations.


HOURS: 35 hours per week.




Include but are not limited to:

  • Actively supervises and mentors clinical staff including counsellors.
  • Will maintain a small counselling practice.
  • Recruit, hire and provide orientation to all clinical staff.
  • Review performance of each clinical staff as per Agency protocol.
  • Ensure that issues of professional conduct, ethics and confidentiality are addressed on an on-going basis.
  • Monitor the outcomes of clinical services and where appropriate, take remedial steps to improve the quality of practice.
  • Review and approve outgoing correspondence related to clinical matters.
  • Ensure that each staff receives the appropriate individual supervision and schedule times for open door to include debriefing and other day to day issues.
  • Ensures that professional development requirements are met and approves development activities as per Agency protocol.
  • Complies and completes reports and other documents as required.



  • A Master’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, Marriage or approved equivalent and minimum of five years’ experience in counselling and at least two to five years of supervision, and be registered with a professional association.
  • Must have demonstrated expertise in clinical supervision and counselling. 


START DATE: As soon as a suitable candidate is determined.


Please submit a cover letter and resume indicating position in confidence to the following:

Email: humanresources@lfsfamily.ca

Attention to: Human Resources

Mailing Address: Lethbridge Family Services
1107 – 2nd Avenue “A” North
Lethbridge, AB T1H 0E6

Phone: (403) 327-5724
Fax: (403) 329-4924

While each application is welcomed, further communication/contact from the Agency will be limited to those applicants selected for an interview.


Lethbridge Family Services is an equal opportunity employer.

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Posted May 11, 2017
Lethbridge Family Services - Counsellor – Temporary 6 months


POSITION: Counsellor – Temporary 6 months

DEPARTMENT: Counselling, Outreach and Education


YOU are a high-energy professional, with a passion for your work. WE are a high-performance organization that values world-class excellence and innovation. YOU value a relaxed, “family-like” work atmosphere, and strongly contribute to a positive culture in the workplace. WE offer the potential for a joyful work life.


HOURS: 35 hours per week.


To provide counselling services to individuals, couples, families and groups that represent a wide-range of issues including but not limited to---grief and loss, family violence, sexual violence, child abuse, interpersonal conflict, work-related stress and life transitions; working as a member of a dynamic and skilled counselling team.




Include but are not limited to:

  • Provide individual, group and group therapy to a diverse caseload of clients.
  • Ensure compliance with accreditation and Agency standards and protocols regarding services and client records.
  • Consult appropriately with clinical supervisor and program director as required.


  • A Master’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy or relevant discipline as well as registration with a professional association.
  • Preference will be given to candidates with clinical experience (2 years) particularly in regard to working with people who have experience trauma, including sexual violence, family violence, childhood and family origin abuse.

COMPETITION CLOSING DATE: As soon as a suitable candidate is determined.


Please submit a cover letter and resume indicating the position you are applying to. Apply in confidence to the following:


Email: humanresources@lfsfamily.ca

Attention to: Human Resources

Mailing Address: Lethbridge Family Services
1107 – 2nd Avenue “A” North
Lethbridge, AB T1H 0E6

Phone: (403) 327-5724
Fax: (403) 329-4924


While each application is welcomed, further communication/contact from the Agency will be limited to those applicants selected for an interview.


Lethbridge Family Services is an equal opportunity employer.

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Posted May 4, 2017
Elk Island Child & Youth Ranch - Clinician




Do you want a rewarding and challenging career helping young people? Do you enjoy working in a team environment? If so Elk Island Child & Youth Ranch is currently looking for a Behaviour Specialist Manager to work with the Treatment Team and at risk boys aged 10-24 years old.


The Clinician will work with clients who exhibit challenging behaviours related to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional Defiance Disorder, Reactive Attachment Disorder, Autism, Tourette’s syndrome or other developmental delays. They will assess a youth’s behaviour using standardized developmental tests and observation. They will design behavioural skills teaching or intervention programs to discourage negative behaviours and promote positive ones. The Clinician will also provide advice and support to staff and the Treatment Team in managing a youth’s behaviour, provide training sessions for staff development and provide input into the policies around programming provided.


The Clinician will work with Shift Leaders and the Program Manager and will report directly to the Director.


Wage starting range will be $49.82 to 57.75 per hour to start based on education and experience.


Elk Island Child & Youth Ranch is located 40 minutes east of Edmonton, 20 minutes east of Fort Saskatchewan in Lamont, Alberta. Please consider the travel distance before applying.



Must be trained to a Masters level or higher and is currently registered with their college(i.e. Psychology, Occupational Therapy or Social Work), or be under the direction of a registered/chartered professional at the clinician expense. The Clinician shall specialize in the psychological, emotional and/or psycho/social treatment of youth (must have a clinical specialization identified as part of their registration). The Clinician must hold liability insurance which is the clinician’s financial responsibility. Documentation must be provided to support these credentials. A copy of insurance must be provided and updated annually to the Office Manager.


Preference will be given to individuals who are Registered and have a strong knowledge and understanding of trauma informed practice with in child development


Please feel free to contact Elk Island Child & Youth Ranch if you have any questions.

Please indicate the position you are applying for when sending your resume and cover letter. If possible send along with your resume a clear Criminal Record and Child Welfare Intervention Records Check, this will allow us to speed up the hiring process:


Elk Island Child & Youth Ranch

Attention Melanie Kenzie


Fax: 780-895-7339

Phone: 780-895-2957


Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Please visit our website at www.elkislandranch.ca for more information about our facility and treatment program.


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Posted May 4, 2017
Psychologist Part-time School Consulting Contract - Onoway/Mayerthorpe area


Registered psychologist or provisional psychologist required for part time school consulting contract in the Onoway/Mayerthorpe area.


Contract begins Sept. 2017 through June 30, 2017. Option to renew for the following year. Contract entails working with elementary, junior high and high school students.


Behavioral consultation, counselling assessment skills are required. Pay commensurate with qualifications.


Please submit resume to DGP Glendale and Associates @ fax number 780-483-8276 or email dparr2@shaw.ca.

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