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Posted June 7, 2018
Alberta Justice & Solicitor General, Dispute Resolution Services - Brief Conflict Intervention Program Roster

 

If you are a clinician with strong conflict intervention skills and a passion to work with families in dispute, Alberta Justice & Solicitor General, Dispute Resolution Services would like to invite you to join our Brief Conflict Intervention Program Roster.

Brief Conflict Intervention (BCI) is a service for parents who are parenting apart and having difficulties resolving a parenting dispute. Up to ten hours of solution-focused intervention from a specialized clinician is provided to assist eligible families. The clinician helps the parents to better understand the needs of their children during separation or divorce, to gain greater understanding of the conflict and its effects on their children, and to reach an agreement (when possible) regarding their specific dispute. The Clinician may discuss and refer parents to other resources and supports. The clinician completes a report summarizing the issues discussed, those that may have been resolved and those that remain in dispute.

For further information on the BCI roster recruitment, please visit: http://vendor.purchasingconnection.ca/Opportunity.aspx?Guid=09FECF68-AFAA-4BC5-8587-E19888132C63

Or contact Heather Holubowich, BCI Coordinator:
PH: 780-644-2190 heather.holubowich@gov.ab.ca


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Posted June 5, 2018
Barrhead Mental Health Services program - Mental Health Therapist

 

Mental Health Therapist
Regular Full Time
Posting End Date: 08-JUN-2018
Salary Range: $39.42 – $52.36
Vehicle Requirement: Driver's License, Vehicle Provided

Your Opportunity:

Barrhead Mental Health Services program has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Mental Health Therapist CH/AS/NL in a generalist role. If you are committed and passionate about providing excellent Mental Health Services to adults, youth, children and families, then this is the ideal career opportunity for you. The beautiful community of Barrhead, located north of Edmonton, is part of the historic Klondike Trail and is the centre of one of Alberta's richest agricultural and forestry areas. With a population of 4,500 and growing, living in a small town that’s close to a big city offers the best of all worlds. Not only is Barrhead vibrant and progressive, Barrhead also offers a safe, caring, and welcoming environment with lots of recreational activities, clubs, and social events to keep residents busy. As a member of a multidisciplinary team, you will provide consultation, assessment, treatment, crisis intervention, and case management to persons across the age continuum who present with a variety of Mental Health issues and concerns. Utilizing a variety of treatment modalities, you will provide individual, family and group psychotherapy. Your responsibilities will also include working in partnership with and providing clinically focused consultation to community agencies and other health care providers in the delivery of mental health services. The Mental Health Therapist is responsible for the delivery of evidence-based therapeutic counseling and support interventions. This position reports to the Area Manager of Addiction and Mental Health Services, under the supervision of a Clinical Supervisor. Some evening and weekend work may be required.

Description:

As the Mental Health Therapist, you will be required to perform the restricted activity of psychosocial intervention utilizing a variety of treatment modalities (individual, family, group) to persons experiencing significant mental health difficulties. Working both independently and as a member of a collaborative multidisciplinary team, you will provide evidence informed and best practices in crisis intervention, assessment, consultation, referral, case management and treatment.

Required Qualifications:

• Completion of one of the following programs:
o Master's degree in Psychology.
o Master's degree in Social Work (clinical specialization) including education in mental health assessment and psychotherapy and who have Psychosocial Intervention Authorization.
o Master's degree in Occupational Therapy including training and experience in mental health assessment and provision of psychotherapy.
o Master's degree in Nursing including training and experience in mental health assessment and provision of psychotherapy.
• Active or eligible for registration with the applicable regulatory college.

Additional Required Qualifications:

• Completion of one of the following programs will be considered:
o Bachelor of Social Work including training and experience in mental health assessment and psychotherapy and who have Psychosocial Intervention Authorization.
o Diploma or Bachelor’s degree in Nursing with:
 Related Master’s degree including training in mental health assessment and provision of psychotherapy or, experience in mental health assessment and provision of Psychotherapy.
o Two years of community mental health experience, with an ability to provide generalist services to rural population.
• Understanding of developmental issues of children and youth, and proven experience working with this population.
• Demonstrated communication, organizational and clinical skills coupled with the ability to be self-directed, highly motivated and work effectively within a team.

Preferred Qualifications:

• A Bachelor's degree in Social Work and five years of experience providing direct client services in addiction and mental health may be considered.
• A combination of education and clinical experience satisfactory to the employer may also be considered.

Apply online and join our team today! Go to ahs.ca/careers and click Apply Now, then search for requisition #ALB00023695


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Posted May 24, 2018
The Alex Community Health Centre - Team Lead - Calgary

 

Clinical Team Lead Wanted :

  • The Clinical Lead actively participates as a member of the Pathways leadership team and provides supervision and support to the clinical team.
  • The Clinical Lead provides leadership utilizing the Assertive Community Treatment Model and plays an active role in ensuring staff are trained and well prepared to engage in their respective clinical practice.
  • The Clinical Lead has knowledge of the Assertive Community Treatment model and understands the importance of utilizing evidence based practices (psychiatric rehabilitation, CBT, Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, psycho-education etc.) and upholds the Assertive Community Treatment Fidelity Scale at all times.
  • The Clinical lead ensures that the team is sufficiently flexible and dynamic to meet the needs of chronically homeless individuals who experience persistent mental illness, justice involvement, high emergency service use and a variety of barriers to accessing psychiatric and medical care, community supports, social integration services, and substance use services.
  • The Clinical Team Lead is responsible for maintaining a Housing First and Harm Reduction mindset amongst the team and is guided by client-centered decision making and ensures that rehabilitation and community integration are supported by the appropriate services and best practices.


How to apply: http://www.thealex.ca/careers/


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Posted May 7, 2018
Catholic Family Service - Supervisor (Clinical and Program)

 

Catholic Family Service (CFS) is all about building strong families. Our programs and services respond to the challenges that threaten families and leave them vulnerable. We focus on enhancing the mental health and well-being of our clients, empowering parents, nurturing children’s healthy development and enabling success in school. We take an integrated approach across our service portfolio, always looking for the opportunity to encourage discussion and healing at the family level. In so doing, we enable CFS professionals to help their clients build strong and resilient families – and to break through the cycle of vulnerability to live the lives they have always wanted.

The Position:

Title: Supervisor (Clinical and Program)

Job Type: full-time

Catholic Family Service is seeking an innovative individual to share responsibility for clinical, administrative, program and agency leadership across programs within the Counselling Services Division. This role best fits an experienced and flexible professional who possesses strong clinical, interpersonal, program development and data integration skills. The Supervisor reports to the Managing Director of Counselling Services and participates on divisional and agency wide leadership teams and committees.

Qualifications Required:

  • Graduate degree in Social Work/Psychology required;
  • Eligible and in good standing with professional governing body;
  • Member of ACSW Clinical Registry is an asset;
  • Strong interpersonal, collaborative and customer service skills;
  • Prior experience with clinical supervision, program development and administrative competencies;
  • Prior experience with quality assurance, data management, co-creation of proposals/reports.


How to Apply:

E-send your cover letter and resume by May 15, 2018 to:
Hugh McGeary, MSW., RSW. Managing Director, Counselling Services
hugh.mcgeary@cfs-ab.org


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