Employment Opportunities for Psychologists

If you would like to advertise Employment, Office Space, Products and Services for Psychologists, or Continuing Professional Development events on our website, please visit the Classifieds Submission page for rates and submission details.

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All revisions must be received within five business days, otherwise your revised ad will be considered a new ad with additional fees.


Mental health counsellors & psychotherapists should be recognized by their professional title

Posted April 18, 2019
Pacekids Programs - Contract Pediatric (Provisional or Registered) Psychologist - Calgary


Pacekids Programs is looking for a contract Pediatric (Provisional or Registered) Psychologist based out of the North Pacekids Location, working within families’ homes in the Calgary area. The position requires availability during week days and weeknight evenings until 6:00pm.

The successful candidate will work on an interdisciplinary team and will be responsible for the planning and implementation of behaviour related programming that meets the unique needs of the children and families with whom they work.


  • Provisional Psychologist Requirements – Master’s degree in Psychology or a related field, in the process of completing all requirements for registration as a Registered Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists and clinical experience working with children, adolescents, and families
  • Registered Psychologist Requirements – Master’s degree in Psychology or a related field, registered professional status with the College of Alberta Psychologists, and clinical experience working with children, adolescents and families
  • Experience working with preschool and school-aged children with disabilities
  • Experience with ASD is an asset
  • Experience working with mental health related diagnosis in children
  • Current Alberta driver’s license. Must have access to a full-time personal vehicle. The successful candidate will be compensated for mileage
  • Clearance from a criminal record check, including a vulnerable sector check. Must be current within the last six months
  • Proficiency in the English language, both written and verbal
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently, with an emphasis on self-initiative, patience, maturity and tact
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate and liaise with families and other professionals in fostering a team atmosphere
  • Ability to act decisively and proactively in a wide variety of situations
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to work effectively with clients, families and staff

Please direct your resume and cover letter to: Lori James, Managing Director, FSCD Programs at lori.james@pacekids.ca.

For more information, please visit http://pacekids.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/contract-psych-april.pdf.

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Posted April 17, 2019
Sharon Blott Psychological Services - Registered Psychologist - Contract Assessment - Calgary


Registered Psychologist required for Contract Assessment Position

Sharon Blott Psychological Services is a thriving practice in Calgary. With both a South and North office location, assessment services are provided to children, adolescents, and adults. We are seeking a registered psychologist to join our team on a contract, fee for service, basis.


  • Master’s degree from a recognized university. No online programs please.
  • Fully licensed to practice and in good standing with CAP
  • Minimum of two years of assessment work experience
  • Is well versed in the administration of psychoeducational assessments in the areas of ADHD, learning disabilities, giftedness, and intellectual disabilities. Autism assessment experience would be an asset.
  • Strong organizational and time-management skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

Candidate should:

  • Be able to work weekdays (1 to 2 days), and/or Saturdays
  • Have professional liability insurance
  • Have a recent criminal records check
  • Recent Criminal Record Check and Child Intervention Check

Desired Attributes:

  • Value highly ethical and competent practice
  • Sincere enjoyment of working with children and families
  • Ability to work in a demanding environment with minimal supervision


Compensation is commensurate with experience. For additional information about the practice, please visit Sharon Blott Psychological Services at www.sharonblott.com.

Psychologists who are interested in the position are invited to contact Colleen at 587-224-4300 or by email at shblott@telus.net. Please provide a resume, along with two sample assessment reports and one reference letter attesting to the quality of your work.


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Posted April 15, 2019
Medisys Health Group Inc. - Psychologist - Edmonton


JOB TITLE: Psychologist

REPORTS TO: Director of Psychological Health/Brain Health

DEPARTMENT: Psychology

STATUS: Contract

LOCATION: 10216 124 Street, Edmonton, AB

SALARY: $180/hr

The Psychologist’s primary role is to enhance and promote the psychological well being and health of clients in a multi-disciplinary primary care clinic aimed at preventative health. The Psychologist works with clients experiencing a wide variety of problems including mental health disorders, adjustment to medical conditions, stress, and interpersonal problems. The Psychologist provides psychological treatment to clients of all ages, including children, families, young adults, and older adults. The Psychologist is responsible for consulting with clients on their health plan and providing support for clients to meet their health goals.

In addition, the Clinical Psychologist:

  • Works as part of a multi-disciplinary team alongside primary care doctors, nurse practitioners, family health nurses, dietitians, kinesiologists, neuropsychologists, and physiotherapists to deliver optimal assessment, treatment, and ongoing care;
  • Is enthusiastic and interested in technology innovations in the service delivery of psychological treatment, including e-therapy;
  • Is a team player who demonstrates a high degree of professionalism, respect, and adaptability



  • Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from a recognized university
  • Fully licensed to practice in the jurisdiction of the position
  • Minimum of 5 years of clinical work experience
  • Is knowledgeable and skilled in treating conditions commonly seen in primary care settings
  • Strong organizational and time-management skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

Clinical Practice: 5 years (Preferred)

Doctoral Degree (Preferred)

10216 124 Street, Edmonton

Full License to Practice

English (Preferred)


Apply thorough our website at www.copemanhealthcare.com under the careers link or contact 

Lauren Hamilton

Manager, People & Culture


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Posted April 11, 2019
Registered Psychologist - Comox Valley on Vancouver Island


Busy practice in the beautiful Comox Valley on Vancouver Island requires an additional licensed psychologist with interest and skills in child and youth assessment (psych-ed, ASD, Community Living BC, developmental assessment). Test library and referral base are available, cost sharing arrangements flexible for start-up.


Please email resume and cover letter to admin@grunbergpatterson.ca

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Posted April 10, 2019
Lifemark Keefer Place - Part-time or Full-time Psychologist - Vancouver


Lifemark Keefer Place is seeking a Part-time or Full-time Psychologist to join our Vancouver clinic. The Psychologist will work as part of a team consisting of Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapist, Kinesiologists, Clinical Counsellors, Psychologists, a Pharmacist and a Physician. Continuing education opportunities, mentorship, flexible compensation and professional autonomy are hallmarks of the Lifemark Health experience. If you are eager to develop professionally while playing an integral role in our team, then we would love to hear from you. Our clinic is located in the heart of downtown Vancouver just steps from the Skytrain.

About the position:

The Psychologist will work with clients referred via insurance companies, legal firms and other third-party organizations to address psychological concerns related to injury and trauma, psychosocial factors in recovery, functional improvement, disability management and return-to-work planning.

Responsibilities of the role include:

  • Providing psychological services to rehabilitation clients including assessment, treatment, and consultation and contributing to overall rehabilitation planning and goals.
  • Utilizing a primarily cognitive-behavioural approach to treatment, incorporating a variety of tools and interventions, based on an overall client-centered philosophy.
  • Providing timely comprehensive reporting and communicating findings to the interdisciplinary treatment team as well as referral sources.
  • Psychological case management input and direction to interdisciplinary team members in regards to client progress, psychosocial barriers, conflict resolution and discharge planning, via attending case conferences, team meetings and clinical record-keeping.

Required Qualifications:

  • Registered Psychologist, in good standing with the College of Psychologists of British Columbia.
  • Minimum of 2+ years experience; experience working with clients struggling with complex pain issues is an asset (or an interest in this area of practice)
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to effectively adapt to changing schedules and priorities


Please send your resume to Kathy McNevin, Talent Advisor - kathy.mcnevin@lifemark.ca we look forward to hearing from you.

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Posted April 9, 2019
Contract Opportunities available at Alberta Counselling Centre - Calgary


The following flexible contract opportunities are available at Alberta Counselling Centre in Calgary:

1. Fully registered psychologist who specializes in assessments

Candidate should:

  • Have experience in performing psychoeducational assessments;
  • Be able to work weekdays (1 to 3 days), and/or Saturdays;
  • Be trained on Pearson’s Q-interactive platform (administering assessments on iPads using Pearson’s Assess App.), or be keen to learn (we’ll provide the training).

2. Registered psychologist or provisional psychologist who is trained and experienced in EMDR therapy.

Candidate should:

  • Be able to see clients weekdays (1 to 3 days), and some Saturdays and/or evenings;
  • Use the 8-phase EMDR protocol, and adapt it to special situations and populations (many scripts and resources are available);
  • Be familiar with or willing to learn how to use Neurotek equipment (the light bar) for EMDR therapy.


Familiarity with treatment of MVA victims is an asset; however, we will train suitable candidates.

3. Registered psychologist or provisional psychologist who can provide therapy to children, adolescents, adults, and families for late afternoon and evening appointments.

Candidate Should be able to provide therapy for:

  • Children and adults with ADHD, ASD, and Specific Learning Disorders (SLD)
  • Depression, anxiety, and trauma


These contract positions are flexible. Compensation is commensurate with experience. Check us out at https://albertacounselling.ca/ to see if we’re a good fit for you.

Psychologists who are interested in the EMDR position are invited to contact Kari at 587-352-3222, extension #1, or by email at info@albertcounselling.ca and provide a resume or CV, along with a copy of a basic EMDR training certificate. Psychologists who are interested in the assessment opportunity, please email a resume or CV with a sample report (with client identifying information removed) to: joyce@albertacounselling.ca. Kari is also available at 587-352-3222, extension #1 to answer any questions about these positions and book interviews.


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Posted April 4, 2019
Conway, Scanlan & Associates - Psychologist - Calgary



Conway, Scanlan & Associates Ltd. is an expanding Vocational Rehabilitation firm. We conduct vocational assessments to determine the effect of injury on an individual’s occupational options and earning potential. As such, this position involves liaising with lawyers (our primary referral source), planning, conducting, interpreting and writing vocational assessments, and presenting expert opinions in Court as required.

This is an opportunity to join an established team of Psychologists with a reputation for excellence. The ideal candidate will be a Registered Psychologist in Alberta (or be eligible for Registration), who has experience with handicapping conditions and some exposure to the legal system.
Strong assessment and writing skills are essential.

We recognize that the type of skill base required in this position is not a part of the typical education available in this country, thus support and training will be provided.

Please forward your resume to Conway, Scanlan & Associates Ltd. at conwayscanlan@shaw.ca.

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Posted April 4, 2019
Pace - Trauma Therapist - NW Alberta

Pace a nonprofit organization based in Grande Prairie with locations in several communities in the North West region in Alberta. The Pace Therapy Program provides therapy to children and adults who have experienced historical and or recent sexual trauma.

Pace is seeking a skilled Trauma Therapist for our Sexual Violence Treatment Program. Greater consideration will be given to a candidate who has experience and training in working with children with trauma. YOU MUST BE WILLING TO TRAVEL TO PEACE RIVER 1 DAY A WEEK.

Fulltime: 35 hours per week or contract position can be discussed for the right candidate.

Start date: As soon as possible

Benefits: As per benefits package


  • Masters Degree in Psychology.
  • Licensed to practice in Alberta.
  • Working Experience in Trauma based counselling.
  • Excellent verbal, written skills and proficient computer skills.
  • Commitment to Clinical Supervision and Code of Ethics in practice.
  • Criminal Record and Child Welfare Intervention check is required.
  • Other training that would be helpful prior to hire would be First Aid and CPR, Non-violent Crisis Intervention, ASIST, Cultural Awareness (will provide for the right candidate)


Duties may include:

  • To provide ongoing Bio-Psycho-Social assessment of individual client needs by gathering information pertinent to the client’s trauma and how that affects their life functioning.
  • To collaborate with client to create individualized therapy goals with evidence based therapeutic interventions.
  • To provide individual, group and family therapy, for victims of sexual abuse/trauma, and their supports as required.
  • Advocacy for victims of abuse throughout the legal system and community placement process. Ensure confidentiality of client information as per professional ethics.
  • Maintain client files according to Pace file audit standards.
  • Maintain monthly client statistics.
  • Participate in educational programs and staff development activities.
  • Attend PACE staff meetings.
  • Other duties as assigned


Salary: $67,000.00 to $80,000.00 /year


Please send resume with cover letter to darryl@pacecentre.com in the subject line indicate PAA Therapy

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Posted April 2, 2019
Calian Health - Clinical Psychologists - Canadian Forces Base Edmonton


Seeking Clinical Psychologists - $10,000 Signing Bonus Available

Canadian Forces Base Edmonton


Though our long-standing contractual relationship with the Department of National Defence the Calian team of health care professionals provide quality care to Canadian Armed Forces members in outpatient clinics located throughout Canada. 


We are seeking full time or part time Clinical Psychologists to provide psychological assessment and treatment services at CBB Edmonton.  A $10,000 signing bonus to Clinical Psychologists interested in full time working hours.



Who are we looking for?


  • a registered psychologist with authorization for autonomous practice with a provincial licensing body
  • a graduate of an accredited university with a Master or Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology
  • experience with psycho-diagnostic assessment and with the treatment of PTSD, anxiety disorders, and mood disorders


Why Calian?


  • Collaborative clinic settings
  • Competitive Compensation Package
  • Time for administrative duties
  • Motivated clients and diverse presenting issues


A Typical Week:


  • 18-20 hours of direct client care, 37.5 hours per week
  • Weekly case consultation with the mental health team (half day/week)
  • Completion of 1 psychodiagnostic assessment (1.5 days/week)
  • 3-4 book appointments per day with patients who have been referred for long term treatment (3 days/week)
  • Clinic Hours: 7:30am to 4pm, Monday to Friday


Your Key Duties:


  • Providing psycho-diagnostic assessments with an adult population including differential diagnosis


  • Providing professional services related to the diagnosis, assessment, evaluation, treatment and prevent of psychological, emotional psycho-physiological, and behaviour disorders with an adult population


  • Administering appropriate diagnostic tests for psychometric assessment, interpreting the results, and preparing psychological evaluations


  • Providing treatment of a variety of mental health conditions for Canadian Armed Forces members using evidence-based practice including the use of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and trauma processing therapies


A tour of the clinic environment can be coordinated!




Amy Robillard, Recruiter, Health Services


1-877-225-4264 x 2244

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Posted April 1, 2019
AHS - Mental Health Therapist - Pincher Creek, AB


Mental Health Therapist

Requisition #: ALB00066473

Location: Pincher Creek, Alberta

Job Type: Regular Part Time

Salary: $39.42 - $52.36 per hour


Your Opportunity:

This Mental Health Therapist (MHT) position will work with children, youth and their families in Pincher Creek and Cardston Addiction and Mental Health community clinics. The MHT is responsible for a caseload of children and adolescents with mental health issues and additional complexities such as concurrent substance use. This position will work collaboratively with other AHS professionals, community partners and natural supports to enhance the lives of these individuals in regard to mental health and concurrent disorders. Additionally the MHT will participate in health promotion activities and contribute to the establishment and maintenance of addiction and mental health resources.

The Town of Pincher Creek is a well-established community located in southern Alberta. Nestled near the mountains, Castle Mountain is a short drive away and Waterton National Park is also just a quick jaunt for all outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy. With a variety of winter and summer activities and an array of amenities and tourist attractions, Pincher Creek embodies the benefits of balancing work with life.

Situated in the low foothills of southwest Alberta, the Town of Cardston is 77 km southwest of Lethbridge, Chinooks bring mild winter temperatures to the population of 3,909. Cardston has a soccer park, ball parks, a golf course, an ice skating rink, a swimming pool, tennis courts, hiking trails, a skateboard park, several recreation parks, picnic areas and playgrounds. You can take in a show at the Carriage House Theater, or go on a whitewater rafting adventure.

How to Apply:

Please visit our website to learn more, and apply online, search for job requisition ALB00066473, or use the following link: https://careers.albertahealthservices.ca/jobs/mental-health-therapist-117548

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Posted April 1, 2019
Randall Symes Psychological Services - Registered Psychologist - Edmonton


Job Description:


Randall Symes Psychological Services is seeking a full or part-time psychologist to begin immediately.  Responsibilities will be primarily psychoeducational testing and conducting assessments in various school divisions. This position will involve travel throughout Central and Northern Alberta. A solid background in assessments, school psychology, and/or special education is required.  The ideal candidate will be a registered psychologist and a member of the College of Alberta Psychologists, or eligible for membership.  Submit a cover letter as well as a curriculum vitae outlining educational background and relevant experience.  Please also indicate the names and contact information of at least three references.  We thank all applicants for their interest but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


Closing Date:  until position is filled


Contact Information:

Randall Symes Psychological Services

819 Saddleback Road N.W.

Edmonton, AB  T6J 5R4

Attention:  Karen Clark


Phone:  (780) 434-6466

Fax:        (780) 433-5607

Email:    office@randallsymes.com

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Posted March 28, 2019
Equinox Therapeutic and Consulting Services - Contract Psychologist Position (Edmonton)


Seeking 1-2 Registered Psychologist(s) who have:

  • Strong competency in treating complex trauma and addictions;
  • Comfort and experience with long-term cases;
  • Training in EMDR or other body-centered trauma therapy required;
  • Exceptional organizational skills a MUST;
  • Strong report writing skills;
  • Ability to follow direction well while learning multiple company policies/procedures;
  • Ability and desire for high degree of independence;
  • Truly passionate about psychotherapy! 


This contract position can offer a part-time or full-time case load within a busy private practice that serves primarily adults with a wide range of presenting diagnoses and challenges, often centering in some way around trauma.  Schedule can be largely determined by the successful applicant.  There are two location possibilities for the successful applicant to work from: west end at 10787 180 Street or south side at 4208 97 Street. 


Compensation provided starts at $85 during initial trial period and ends up to $110/hr for direct services once firmly established with the company.  Report writing compensation is higher than direct service provision.

Interested candidates are invited to forward a cover letter and CV as follows:

Email:  info@equinoxtherapeutic.com; Fax: 780-477-1379

Closing date: Open until suitable candidate is found

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Posted March 27, 2019
CASA Centre - Clinical Lead – School Age Services

Position Details: 1.0 FTE, Out of Scope, Permanent

Competition Number: 19-011
Closing Date: Open until a suitable candidate is found


Reporting to the Program Manager and working collaboratively with the Program Psychiatrist and multi-disciplinary teams, the Clinical Lead provides leadership to the clinical team in the achievement of clinical service outcomes.

The Clinical Lead works collaboratively with CASA colleagues and community professionals to achieve success in the following areas:
• Provides clinical supervision and coaching based on evidence informed practice in the designated program.
• Ensures a family-centered approach to practice.
• Works collaboratively with the education team to provide/facilitate clinical education and skills training
• Works with the Program Manager and Program Psychiatrist to facilitate the development of high functioning clinical teams
• Collaborates with the Program Manager during the performance appraisal process of team members by addressing providing clinical performance feedback.
• Delivers assessment and treatment services to a patient caseload.
• Contributes to the development and leads the implementation of evidence based program practice standards, policies and procedures and changes in practice.
• Participates in the development of organizational and discipline-specific practice standards

• Graduate degree in Psychology or Social Work (psychosocial intervention designation is required), or a Graduate degree in Occupational Therapy or Nursing with a strong Mental Health background.
• Must be a member in good standing with their respective professional association/college.
• Minimum of 5 years of clinical practice experience in child and adolescent mental health assessment and treatment
• Demonstrated Commitment to excellence in all aspects of the discipline including clinical practice, research and education.

Salary: $89,416.90 - $113,270.65

Our employee benefit package consisting of excellent extended health and dental benefits, life insurance, short term and long term disability is available to you after your first 90 days with CASA.

Submit your resume: employment@casaservices.org

For additional information please visit our website: www.casaservices.org

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Posted March 27, 2019
BC Public Service - Child and Youth Mental Health Psychologist - Venron, BC



Child and Youth Mental Health Psychologist


A vital, rewarding role helping children and youth in your community

Salary $75,987.43 - $94,907.92 annually

You will be working collaboratively with an experienced team of clinicians in beautiful Vernon, BC.  Child and Youth Mental Health in MCFD provides a wide range of services to youth and families age 0-18. We assess and treat clients who are struggling with moderate to very severe mental health and addictions related symptoms.

The purpose of this LP5A position is to provide a range of clinical psychological services to children and youth with serious emotional/behavioural/substance use disorders by conducting psychological assessments, diagnoses, treatment, crisis intervention and consultation with the team and community agencies, schools, and hospitals. In addition, you will be offering family therapy to families we treat.


The BC Public Service is committed to creating a diverse workplace to represent the population we serve and to better meet the needs of our citizens.

Qualifications for this role include:

  • PhD in Clinical Psychology.
  • Registered (or in the process of being registered) with the College of Psychologists of British Columbia as a Psychologist.
  • Completion of a psychological pre-or post-doctoral internship of 1600 hours in a child and youth mental health or hospital setting with specialization in formal psychological assessment, diagnoses and treatment of mental health disorders in children and youth.
  • Experience in clinical child and adolescent psychology and family work.
  • Preference may be given to applicants with family therapy experience and/or training.
  • Preference may be given to applicants with concurrent mental health and addictions experience.

To learn more, including how to apply online by April 22, 2019, please visit:



Attention: only applications submitted through the BC Public Service’s employment website (see link above) will be accepted.

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Posted March 27, 2019
KIVA Group – Counselling Psychologist

KIVA Group offers psychological services to Indigenous communities in northern Alberta. We have provided quality services for many years and we are looking for qualified staff who are interested in finding meaningful personal and professional opportunities. We recruit professionals who are passionate about mental health, have a sense of adventure, and thrive on new challenges. Remuneration is excellent, the work is creative and flexible, accommodation is included and traveling is required.

A counselling psychologist works in a community health centre environment providing tertiary crisis support to clients and collaborates as an important member of a comprehensive health team. Responsibilities include supporting all age groups primarily through individual counselling with the opportunity for family counselling and group presentations on topics such as anxiety and depression.

Qualifications & Requirements:
• Must be a Registered Psychologist in good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists.
• Experience working with indigenous clients is an asset and cultural awareness is essential.
• Must have a minimum of 2 years of clinical counselling experience.
• Prior approval to provide crisis counselling services from the First Nations and Inuit Health Branch is an asset.
• Clinical experience providing psychotherapy to individuals, couples or both.
• Must be able to work independently and cooperatively within a team environment.
• Must be able to provide a criminal record check and be able to secure professional liability insurance at your own expense.
• Ability to travel is essential.

Position: 2 part-time contracted positions. These part-time positions require a commitment of at least 3 full days each week or 5 days every second week.

Compensation: Competitive contract based on years of experience and qualifications. Contract is a daily rate and provided for 1 year with possibility of renewal. Accommodation is provided.

Competition Closing Date: Applications will be accepted until qualified candidates are found.

How to apply: Please submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae via email to: Thomas Holmes, kivapsychology@gmail.com.

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Posted March 25, 2019
Calgary Psychology Group/Janus Associates - Registered Psychologist - Calgary


Janus Associates (a division of the Calgary Psychology Group) is an established practice in Calgary and is recognized as a provider for quality Employee and Family Assistance Programs throughout Western Canada. Our dedicated professionals provide valuable services that include adult, child and family counselling/therapy and assessments, and specialty programs in the areas of disability management, wellness, leadership, and respectful workplaces. We also provide emergency services to companies in need of support for critical incidents.

For an energetic Registered Psychologist we offer:

  • An opportunity to grow in many different areas of clinical service delivery, including assessments and therapy across a variety of issues
  • Independence in practice but within a supportive environment
  • Unique opportunities for high profile program delivery
  • An opportunity to learn the business of EFAP and psychology practice
  • Flexible hours
  • Child and/or Adult populations
  • Potential for ownership

Minimum Qualifications include:

  • Master’s in Clinical or Counselling Psychology with a minimum of 5 years of experience OR a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology
  • Registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists (CAP) preferred – may consider a provisionally registered psychologist at the PhD. Level
  • Proficiency in psychological assessment an asset
  • Excellent communications skills, both written and oral

Please apply in confidence to:
Marie Habke, Ph.D., R. Psych.
Janus Associates

#825, 906 12th Ave, SW
Calgary AB

T2R 1K7


We thank all candidates, however, only those shortlisted will be contacted.

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Posted March 21, 2019
Family Psychology Centre - Provisional Supervision Program - Calgary

Provisional Supervision Program

accepting applicants on an ongoing basis


Jeff Chang, Ph.D., R.Psych.

Tracy Mitchell, M.Ed., R.Psych.

Calgary, AB


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    jchang@familypsycholologycentre.org

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Posted March 21, 2019
Norquest College - Counsellor - Student Services





Reporting to the Manager of Wellness, the Counsellor’s primary function is to support students with mental health concerns using best practices set out by the College of Alberta Psychologists, provide appropriate psychosocial interventions and referrals, and respond to mental health emergencies in the student population. 



  • Provide mental health support to students requiring counselling to address barriers to success
  • Provide crisis and drop-in counselling to at-risk students
  • Actively participate as part of a multidisciplinary Wellness Team, to ensure best practices and student safety
  • Participate and/or lead Wellness Team mental health initiatives that support NorQuest students
  • Collaborate with other areas of the College in order to support student mental health


  • Master in Counselling Psychology or Master of Educational Psychology is required
  • Registration, in good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists
  • 5+ years of experience is required, experience in a post-secondary education environment would be an asset
  • Experience with counselling in the post-secondary environment would be an asset
  • Experience with psychoeducational assessments
  • Experience providing trauma informed, psychosocial interventions and crisis counselling
  • Experience developing and delivering resources
  • Experience and training supporting individuals impacted by sexual violence
  • Experience working in a multidisciplinary setting
  • Experience establishing/maintaining a network of contacts with community resources
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaborative and positively on a team
  • Excellent critical thinking and analytical skills
  • Demonstrated flexibility and the ability to respond quickly to changing demands
  • Experience with acculturation issues
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and effectively, in both verbal, electronic, and written formats
  • Must be independent, organized, and detail-oriented
  • Communicates with a high level of professionalism, discretion, and courtesy


Please Visit Our Career Opportunities Page



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Posted March 20, 2019
Boost Psychology Edmonton - Part Time Contract Psychologist


Boost Psychology is looking for a Registered or Provisional Psychologist to join our busy practice in South Edmonton.

What we offer:

  • Bright, fully finished office space
  • Electronic practice management
  • Administrative and office support
  • Marketing and advertising
  • Ability to create your own practice
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Monthly case consultation meetings
  • Competitive compensation
  • Part time hours, with the ability to grow into full time practice

Candidate Qualifications:

  • A Registered or Provisional Psychologist in good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists.
  • Maintains professional liability insurance
  • Comfortable using technology in a paper free practice
  • Ability to work both independently and as a team
  • Comfort working in a private practice setting
  • Desire to see couples and children is an asset

How to apply:
If you think you will be a good fit for our team, please forward your cover letter and resume to Kirsten at info@boostpsych.com

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Posted March 18, 2019
Shift Psychological - Registered Psychologist or Provisionally Registered Psychologist Positions - Edmonton Central & South Locations


Shift Psychological – Edmonton Central & South Locations

Registered Psychologist or Provisionally Registered Psychologist Positions Available

Who We Are:
A collection of clinicians and clinics who aim to achieve the audacious goal of creating an unparalleled therapeutic experience for our clients. We are game changers looking for all star players to join the team!

Our Core Values:
1. Destigmatize

2. Demystify

3. Create Accessibility

4. Embodiment

5. Truth over Comfort

Great Stuff About Working for Us:
- Awesome team environment
- Competitive pay and a consistent client load
- Career development opportunities
- Employee Benefits and Health Spending Account eligibility
- Paid Vacation
- Supervision for Provisional Psychologists Included
- Training and Mentorship Provided
- Work content enhancement projects (ie. Podcast, etc.)
- An in-house marketing team
- Amazingly invested reception
- A modern, art-filled environment
- Applications to support our therapeutic protocol
- Regular consultation meetings with management for consistent two-way feedback
- Organizational meetings

About You:
- Masters or PhD in Psychology or Educational Psychology
- A member in good standing with The College of Alberta Psychologists
- Min. one million liability insurance
- Innovative individual with strong work ethic
- Capable of upholding Shift Core Values
- Outcome focused in a fast-paced work environment
- Highly conscientious and team oriented
- Tech-savvy
- Not a traditional stiff shirt; open and authentic individuals fit our organizational culture
- Non-pathologizing
- Charming and Personable (Cheeky Even!)
- Passionate about helping others

Please send a copy of your CV and cover letter to heaven.leigh@shiftpsych.team stating why our core values fit with your personal values.

Applications without cover letters will be ignored. We have full-time positions available, so please indicate your availability. No phone calls please.

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Posted March 12, 2019
Living Well Counselling Services Inc. - Registered Psychologists - Calgary


Positions Available: Registered Psychologist preferred.
Position close date: Until suitable candidate found.


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 3-5 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 work@livingwellcounselling.ca

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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Posted March 6, 2019
Edmonton North PCN - Mental Health Practitioner - Northgate Centre


The Edmonton North Primary Care Network is looking to fill the role of Mental Health Practitioner. This is a full-time, term role for up to 18 months based out of our Northgate Centre site.

We are looking for a candidate with a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, and/or Psychiatric nursing or a Registered Occupational Therapist. You must have an active professional registration and a minimum of one year’s experience conducting short-term individual and group therapy. The ideal candidate will have strong assessment skills and will value collaboration and sharing new knowledge, ideas and innovations with team members.

Our clinician appointments take place in one of our multiple consult rooms, coordinated by a team of Patient Care Coordinators. Our personal workspaces are in an open concept environment where you will work alongside our large team of Mental Health practitioners and a fantastic multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals.

Your work will include the following:

  • Assessing the needs of referred patients to determine relevant treatment plans which may include short-term counselling with a Mental Health Practitioner, and/or referral to group therapy, and/or a referral to an appropriate community agency or regional program
  • Counselling patients individually and in a group setting using a range of behavioral techniques such as motivational interviewing, readiness to change, behavioral intentions, self-monitoring, problem solving, goal setting, and others.
  • Coordinating care with and/or link patients to other healthcare programs, healthcare providers or other relevant community agencies and resources as appropriate
  • Administering metrics and screens to assess effectiveness of treatment
  • Providing mental health assessments, individual therapy based on comprehensive treatment plans.


Please submit your cover letter and resume to: greatjobs@enpcn.com

See our website for more details: http://www.enpcn.com/careers/


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Posted March 5, 2019
Insight Solutions Psychology Inc - Contract Registered Psychologist - Calgary


Contract Position for Part-Time or Full Time Registered Psychologists

Application Deadline: Until Filled

Insight Solutions Psychology Inc is seeking a part-time Registered Psychologist who can provide a variety of assessments including ASD, ADHD, SLD, giftedness, and Psychoeducational for children (2-8y), youth and adults. This is a contract, part-time position with room to expand and develop to more full time.

The successful candidate will:

  • Be a Registered Psychologist in good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists and carrying liability insurance
  • Possess strong diagnostic skills and a warm professional manner with clients
  • Demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrate ease with online scheduling, email and exceptional organization
  • Be able to work independently in a flexible and cooperative team that meets bi-weekly for consultation
  • Demonstrate ability to work effectively with various socioeconomic, ethnic and cultural groups, including high income and stepfamilies
  • Demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills


Hours of Work:

  • Fixed and adjustable based on yours, office and client availability. Daytime, evening, and weekend hours are typical.


contact@insightsolutionspsychology.com or contact@palomascott.com

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Posted February 28, 2019
Children's Autism Services of Edmonton - Psychologist


Children's Autism Services of Edmonton, is seeking a full-time Psychologist for our dynamic and growing organization. We provide diagnostic services, and in-home and school consultations to meet the needs of families and children who have autism and other developmental disorders.

As a psychologist working with our organization, you will be providing:

  • Individual and couples counseling to parents and siblings
  • Consultation regarding behavioral issues interfering with social development and learning
  • Assessment as part of our Autism Diagnostic Team

At Children’s Autism Services of Edmonton, you will enjoy:

  • The flexibility of building your own schedule
  • Feeling that you are making a difference with families
  • Working with colleagues who are leaders in the field of autism; including: Other Psychologists, Speech-Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Behaviour Consultants, Educational Consultants, Registered Dietician, Social Worker, Physical Literacy Consultant, and a Nurse Practitioner
  • A strong, supportive team work environment
  • Two state-of-the art treatment campuses
  • A strong professional development focus
  • Laptop, cell phone and resources provided
  • Competitive salary and an excellent benefit package
  • Paid travel time and mileage

To apply, you must have:

  • Registration with The College of Alberta Psychologists
  • Your own vehicle and valid driver’s license
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills
  • Passion and commitment for working with children and their families
  • All hires must provide a Police Information Check with Vulnerable Sector, Child Welfare check and First Aid & level-C CPR

Preference will be given to applicants with demonstrated counseling experience with families. Prior knowledge and experience with autism, and specifically behavior analysis with associated intervention planning is considered an asset.

To apply for this position, please submit your resume and cover letter to

Please see our website for detailed information about our organization

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Posted February 28, 2019
Brightpath Educational Support Services - Contract Registered Psychologist - Calgary and surrounding areas



Registered Psychologist

Brightpath Educational Support Services  - Calgary

Contract Position (part-time)


Brightpath Specialized Services is a provider of early childhood intervention with funding provided by Alberta Education through Program Unit Funding (PUF) and Mild/Moderate funding.  Brightpath Specialized Services provides services to identified children who attend childcare at Brightpath centres throughout Calgary and surrounding areas. The children are supported by a multidisciplinary team consisting of teachers, educational assistants, and therapy professionals (SLP, OT, PT, Psych). Brightpath is seeking a contract, experienced Registered Psychologist to provide assessment, consultation, and intervention for preschool and kindergarten children in the daycare setting.



  • Minimum of Masters Degree in Clinical or Educational/School Psychology
  • Registration with CAP
  • 5+ years experience – preferably with preschool children
  • Driver’s license and own vehicle for travel to various locations
  • Ability to administer and interpret numerous assessment measures for preschool children, including measures of social/emotional/behavioural functioning, cognitive functioning, and adaptive functioning.


Ideally, the successful candidate for this contract position will be:

  • Flexible
  • Collaborative
  • Organized
  • Professional
  • Positive and engaging



To apply for this position, please submit a current resume and cover letter via e-mail to Rozie Hirji, Special Education Coordinator at rzhirji@brightpathkids.com or contact 403-818-4128.

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Posted February 21, 2019
Borealis Counselling Services - Clinical Counsellor - Fort McMurray


Clinical Counsellor

Borealis Counselling Services is a not-for-profit counselling agency, providing counselling services in the Fort McMurray region since 1987. As an agency, our team takes pride in offering professional and meaningful support to the lives of those we serve in the community. As a clinical counsellor in our agency, the successful candidate will provide client–focused counselling services to adults, children, couples and family systems, on issues relating to mental health, addiction, workplace stress, trauma, grief and loss, etc. in a busy and dynamic team environment. The services provided will focus on assessment, case planning, treatment, and referral to community resources, as necessary. Other duties include intake, crisis intervention, workshop development and facilitation, and community engagement.



Education: Master’s degree in Counselling, Counselling Psychology, or Clinical Social Work.

Professional certification: Candidate must be registered with a professional body.

Experience: A minimum of 3 years clinical experience.

Knowledge, skills and abilities:

  • Exceptional clinical ability and judgment
  • Significant knowledge of therapeutic and counselling modalities
  • Substantial knowledge regarding mental health and substance abuse
  • Ability to manage high-risk cases
  • Knowledge of legal requirements regarding mandatory reporting and duty to warn
  • Ability to work well both independently and as part of a team
  • Knowledge of community resources and programs
  • Superior verbal and written communication skills
  • Trauma specific training and/or experience is an asset
  • Professional training/experience in Mindfulness is an asset


This is a full-time position for one year, with a possibility of extension. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package based on experience and education, which includes paid vacation, cost of living allowance and other employee incentives.


Closing date for applications: Until Suitable Candidate is Found


Please send cover letter and résumé/cv to: 

Cathy Underhill, M.Ed, Ph.D, CCC

Executive Director, Borealis Counselling Services

Fax (780) 743-4517

E-mail:  cathy.underhill@borealiscounselling.com


We appreciate the interest of all applicants; however,

only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

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Posted January 17, 2019
Concordia University of Edmonton - Clinical PsyD Program Director (Full Professor)


Concordia University of Edmonton (CUE) has an exciting new faculty position to build and lead a new Clinical Psychology program with prime clinic space in our new Allan Wachowich Center for Science and Research Innovation. CUE invites applications for a faculty member who will also serve as the Director of a proposed Doctor of Clinical Psychology (PsyD) program in the Department of Psychology within the Faculty of Arts.

Reporting to the Dean of Arts, the Director will initially work with the Psychology Department, CUE’s administration, and the Government of Alberta (Advanced Education), to finalize and secure the PsyD program approval. Upon receiving final approval, the Director’s role will involve responsibilities for PsyD course development, research training, comprehensive examinations, dissertation supervision, and teaching. We will be seeking full Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) accreditation for the program. The Director will also work in consultation with the PsyD program Advisory Council that includes internal and external members who will support the Director’s work. Accordingly, the successful candidate will have a PsyD or PhD and internship in Clinical Psychology (accredited by CPA or APA), with eligibility for registration as a psychologist in Alberta.

The position requires an individual with a strong research and supervision record and the capacity to work with students and colleagues to develop ongoing clinical research specialties. Experience as a professor within a Clinical PsyD or PhD program is preferred.

CUE strives to be a community of learning grounded in scholarship and academic freedom, preparing students to be independent thinkers, ethical leaders, reflective servants in their occupations, and citizens for the common good.

CUE’s Psychology Department offers 3-year and 4-year Bachelor of Arts degrees in addition to graduate certificate and diploma programs in psychological assessment. The proposed PsyD program will seek to enhance students’ abilities to better understand and work clinically with culturally diverse individuals and groups, particularly those who identify as First Nation, Métis, Inuit, or other Indigenous peoples.

Requirements for the position include:

  • A PsyD or PhD in Clinical Psychology from a CPA or APA-accredited program or equivalent.
  • University-level teaching experience in a clinical program; more than five years is preferred.
  • Possession of, or eligibility for, full registration as a Psychologist, in good standing, in a Canadian province or territory.
  • A demonstrated record of a strong research program, through a record of scholarly publication, grant funding, and supervision of graduate students.
  • Demonstrated ability to work collegially as a team leader and member.

In addition, the successful candidate must assume academic administrative duties and will be committed to building professional relationships with faculty, staff, students, and the mental health community.

All applications should be sent directly to Human Resources (see below). If you have questions related to the position you may contact CUE’s Dean of Graduate Studies at colin.neufeldt@concordia.ab.ca

This is an exciting growth opportunity for the successful candidate to make a significant contribution to our diverse students, the Department of Psychology, the community of applied psychologists in Edmonton and Alberta, and the broader community.

Closing Date: This position will remain open until it is filled with a suitable candidate. The start date for the position is July 1, 2019. Concordia is an equal-opportunity employer. We welcome diversity and encourage applications from all qualified individuals.

Salary will be commensurate with assigned duties, qualifications, and experience. For more details about CUE’s current collective agreement, please see as follows: https://concordia.ab.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Collective-Agreement-2016-2021-FINAL-signed-April-21-2017.pdf

Application packages should include:

  • A cover letter (including a statement of citizenship/immigration status);
  • Current curriculum vitae, including a list of refereed publications;
  • Official transcripts of all graduate-level courses;
  • A teaching portfolio including a statement on teaching philosophy;
  • Recent student evaluations of university teaching (if applicable);
  • A statement describing past experience in activities that promote diversity and inclusion, broadly understood, and/or plans to make future contributions; and
  • Three confidential professional and/or post-secondary letters of reference forwarded to the following address under separate cover by the referees.

Please forward all documents in hard-copy or electronic format to:
Human Resources
Concordia University of Edmonton
7128 Ada Boulevard Edmonton, AB T5B 4E4
Tel: (780) 479-9213
E-mail: humanresources@concordia.ab.ca

We thank all applicants for their interest. However, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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