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.

Please Note: The maximum length of your ad can be 300 words.  If you have more content please provide a url so we can link to more information.


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 June 17, 2019
Injury Wellness Centre - Psychologist - NE Calgary

Position: Psychologist ( master, Ph.D., new grads are welcome)

We are multidisciplinary facility, is seeking a dynamic and self-motivated psychologist to join our team.

The successful candidate will possess an integrative, developmentally-informed and approach working with individuals and family-centered to assessment and intervention specializing in motor vehicle accident trauma, sleep disorder, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and a variety with a broad range of referral concerns.

• Registered Psychologist (master, Ph.D., new grads are welcome), and a member in good standing with the College of Psychologists of AB .
• Experience working with children, adults, and families.
• Experience working with trauma, chronic pain, and attachment issues
• Ability to work in a team environment and be a team player.
• Training and experience in psychoeducational and diagnostic assessments is an asset.

Job Type: Part-time
Salary: $40.00 to $60.00 /hour


Please contact Natalia Simkhaeva at info@injurywellnesscenter.co

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Posted June 17, 2019
ARCH Psychological Services - Part-time and Full time - Registered Psychologists and/or Provisional Psychologists - Alberta


ARCH Psychological Services is a full-service clinical and forensic psychological practice. We offer a broad range of services from early childhood to old age, from difficulties of everyday life to treatment of serious and longstanding psychological disorders. More about the work we do you can find at archpsychological.com.

Currently, we are searching for Psychologists to join our team and undertake a meaningful and challenging work in a growing practice. Hence, we are looking for skilled and passionate applicants who have a desire to work with a team of skilled and caring psychologists and take charge of their career.

Qualifications & Requirements:

  • Registered Psychologist in good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists. Provisional Psychologists with right qualifications will also be considered.
  • Clinical experience providing psychotherapy to individuals, couples or both.
  • Clinical experience in providing assessments.
  • Experience working with indigenous clients is an asset, as well as cultural awareness is essential. Prior approval to provide mental health services from the First Nations and Inuit Health Branch is an asset.
  • Must be able to work independently and cooperatively within a team environment.
  • Ability to travel is an asset.

Position: Part-time and full time. Preference is given to Registered Psychologists, but Provisional Psychologists with right qualifications will also be considered.

Location: Edmonton and area, Slave Lake and area, Grande Prairie and area, High Level and area.

Compensation: Competitive compensation based on years of experience and qualifications.

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: susan.schrader@archpsychological.com

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Posted June 13, 2019
360BRAINBODY – Registered Psychologist – Calgary, AB




About the Practice:

360BRAINBODY is a multidisciplinary clinic committed to helping our clients achieve their full potential

through mind, body and spirit. Our clients range from the general public to high level and professional

athletes. Our talented and experienced team of professionals are ambassadors of our values and provide specialized care in the areas of Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, Osteopathy, Massage Therapy, Pilates and Acupuncture. 360BRAINBODY is located in the heart of Marda Loop, above Blush Lane Market.


360BRAINBODY Core Values

Power of Listening

Power of Inclusion

Power of Mindfulness

Power of Movement

Power of Looking at the Whole

Power of Giving Back


Job Description:

We are expanding our team and are searching for a part-time Registered Psychologist whom is a self-motivated clinician, enjoys providing flexible, evidenced based treatment with special focus in the areas of mindfulness, empowerment and meditation. Clientele consists of a mixed population of athletes, youth and general public seeking tools and techniques to optimize mental wellness. Room to grow within the practice and build a full-time caseload.


Candidate Requirements:

  • Active registration and in good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists
  • Complete background check (i.e., criminal record, vulnerable sector)
  • Experience in working with athletes of all ages
  • Possess knowledge and skills in multiple modalities of therapy and psychological testing
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Time management skills: establishing priorities and accomplishing tasks in a timely manner
  • Flexibility in hours — able to work days and evenings



  • 5 years (or equivalent) full-time experience providing therapeutic intervention to clients (preferred)
  • We are not accepting applications from Registered Provisional Psychologists


Interested candidates are invited to send their CV/Resume, Cover Letter, and/or additional questions to info@360brainbody.com or contact Clinic Owner, Stephanie Davis at (403) 701-4330.


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Posted June 13, 2019
Elk Island Catholic SRD #41 - Registered Psychologist


Elk Island Catholic SRD #41 invites applications for a Registered Psychologist (1.0 FTE) Temporary starting August 28, 2019 until June 30, 2020. The consultant will work with our Learning Support Team in planning, implementing and delivery of services to students with educational, emotional, and/or behavioural needs. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing assessments and learning strategies, as well as coordinating school assessment practices.

The successful candidate will have a Master’s degree or equivalent graduate degree in psychology, and experience working with complex needs (i.e., students diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Disabilities, and/or other Neurodevelopmental Disorders).

The candidate will be registered with the College of Alberta Psychologists or be eligible to obtain registration.

Preference will be given to a Catholic candidate.  

Applications will be accepted at: jobs.eics.ab.ca

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Posted June 11, 2019
Foothills School Division Psychologist

Foothills School Division (FSD) serves the learning needs of approximately 8,000 students in junior kindergarten (pre-kindergarten) through grade 12, and employs more than 900 teachers and support staff who are focused on our common goal of “Improving Learning for ALL Students.” Located approximately 30 minutes south of the City of Calgary’s border within the Municipal District of Foothills, our central office is located in High River, Alberta. 


Under the direct supervision of the Director of Inclusive Learning, the Divisional Psychologist provides leadership, mentorship and coaching supports to Foothills School Division.  The Divisional Psychologist is also responsible for completing psycho-educational assessments to support the social-emotional and academic learning of students within the division. 

The Psychologist will provide:

  1. Social Emotional and Mental Health Leadership through
  • Developing and supporting building the capacity of school-based teams in supporting the positive behavior, social-emotional competencies and mental health and wellness of students within an inclusive educational environment within the division.
  • Collaborating with parents, community partners, teachers, administrators and support staff around students requiring individualized supports.
  • Creating opportunities for positive connections with colleagues and staff; building a positive belonging within the school environment.
  • Providing support by navigating and accessing community agencies and resources for families.   

  1. Educational Psychologist Services through
  • Collecting data to understand student behavior and support decision making.
  • Compiling data for outside agencies
  • Monitoring data and adapt program delivery
  • Providing psycho-educational assessments, recommendations and consultation supports and services.

Professional Responsibilities

  1. Provide support, and timely response, to classroom teachers, Learning Coaches, Family School Liaison Counselor, school administration and families.
  2. Demonstrate positive listening and communication skills with team members to provide/receive information that may impact a student’s progress.


Current registration by the College of Alberta Psychologists

For more information and to apply go to www.fsd38.ab.ca  Click here career section


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Posted June 10, 2019
Lifemark Physiotherapy - Registered Psychologist – Grande Prairie, AB

Please note that there are financial incentives available for this position, and we have flexibility for the schedule of this role.

Lifemark Physiotherapy Grande Prairie is currently seeking a registered psychologist to join our clinic! We are pleased to provide physiotherapy, massage therapy, and acupuncture services for recreational, sports, motor vehicle accidents, and WCB related injuries. As a Lifemark employee you will be connected to our national network of clinics and practitioners, in addition to the multidisciplinary team you will work alongside on a daily basis!

In coordination with the treatment team you will be responsible for the following:

  • Primarily focused on providing education and intervention for clients with workplace illness/injuries.
  • Utilizing a primarily cognitive-behavioural approach to treatment, incorporating a variety of assessment and treatment 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.
  • Facilitating psychology groups and classes to reduce the impact of disability related issues.



  • Registered Psychologist, in good standing with the College of Psychologists of Alberta (PhD level education)
  • Experience in the field of health psychology and familiarity with the biopsychosocial model of health.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to effectively adapt to changing schedules and priorities.
  • The understanding of WCB insurance, and workplace health.

Apply today! Visit www.lifemark.ca/careers for more information

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Posted June 5, 2019
Solution Focused Psychology - One Part /Full Time psychologist - Medicine Hat


Solution Focused Psychology is looking to hire one part /full time psychologist starting ASAP in Medicine Hat, Alberta. Our team is looking to add a Registered Psychologist who enjoys working with both adults and children. We would be willing to work with the right provisional candidate as well and could offer supervision for this position. We offer a very competitive wage, flexible hours and furnished office space. The successful candidate must be flexible, eager to learn, and able to work with multi-disciplinary teams with ease.

• Ability to administer and score psychometric tests (Level C)
• Experience in providing counselling interventions to children, adults, and or families
• Registration with the college of Alberta Psychologists
• Experience with play therapy
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Experience with cognitive behavioural therapy, solution focused therapy, and a strong understanding of shame resilience theory
• Computer skills with the ability to balance a full client schedule

Solution Focused Psychology will provide for an engaged and motivated Psychologist:
• Steady referral sources
• Full furnished office
• Access to administrative support
• Flexible work hours
• Direct supervision and consultation with a psychologist with 8 years’ experience
• Secretary with scheduling support

Please forward CV to Amanda Muryn, Registered Psychologist al.solfocpsy@me.com or fax to 1.877.888.4699. For more information on my practice please visit www.solfocpsy.ca.

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Posted June 4, 2019
Lethbridge Family Services - Counsellor


Position: Counsellor
Department: Counselling, Outreach and Education
Hours: Monday – Friday; 35 hours/week Temporary 1 year

Lethbridge Family Services is a private, non-profit organization with more than 350 employees, serving Southern Alberta. We are a highly accredited, charitable agency that is the largest community social services organization in Lethbridge and southwestern Alberta and have been operating since 1910.

Position Overview:
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.

Key Responsibilities:

Responsibilities include but not limited to:
• Provide individual, couples 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.
• Experience with children is preferred.
• The successful candidate will be required to provide a Police Information Check and Child Information Check.

Start date: August 1, 2019
Application deadline: June 17, 2019

Please submit, in confidence, a resume and cover letter referencing job posting COE32 and where you viewed our ad:
Email: humanresources@lfsfamily.ca
Fax: (403) 327-5725
Web: lfsfamily.ca

We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected to continue in the process will be contacted.

Lethbridge Family Services is an equal opportunity employer.

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Posted June 3, 2019
Brightpath Educational Support Services - Psychologist - Part-time Contract - Calgary

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 June 3, 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 June 3, 2019
Airdrie Counselling Centre Inc - Permanent Full-Time Registered Psychologist (Contractor)


Airdrie Counselling Centre Inc is an established private practice clinic in Airdrie Alberta that offers comprehensive assessment, treatment, and consultation services.

We are currently seeking a Registered Psychologist for a permanent contractor position willing to build up their case load to full time hours. The candidate will be expected to contribute to the growth of the Airdrie Counselling Centre. Preference will be given to those with the competency in working with couples/families and young children.

Job Type: Permanent Full-Time Registered Psychologist (Contractor)


  • Master's degree is required.
  • Currently registered with the College of Alberta Psychologists is required.
  • Membership with the Psychologists Association of Alberta (PAA) is encouraged.
  • Individual professional liability/malpractice insurance required.
  • Competency in working with couples/families and young children.
  • Experience working with mood disorders, anxiety disorders and couples’ issues.
  • Demonstrated skills to provide evidence-based therapy.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Ability to work effectively in a team and/or independently.

The following would be considered assets:

  • Play Therapy.
  • Suicide intervention training.
  • Understanding of and/or work experience with Indigenous Peoples.
  • Standard First Aid.

Some of the benefits of joining our team include:

  • Competitive negotiated compensation.
  • Potential for growth within the organization.
  • No overhead costs; the candidate is provided access to office space, printer/copier/fax, office supplies, file storage, and computer network.
  • Marketing and advertising provided.
  • Direct referrals.
  • Flexible schedule with allowance to set your own hours.
  • Regular consultation, support, and encouragement from teammates.

Registered Psychologists who are interested in the position please submit your cover letter and CV to Clayton Falk at clayton@airdriecounsellingcentre.com. You may also fax your application in to 403-980-0192.


Please visit our website https://www.airdriecounsellingcentre.com/join-our-team

In your cover letter please include: available start date, availability (days and hours), training, qualifications, and why you would make a great fit for our team.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Posted May 30, 2019
AHS - Psychologist II - Calgary


Psychologist II - Forensic Assessment Outpatient Service

Requisition #: ALB00098709

Location: Calgary, Alberta

Job Type: Temporary Full Time

Salary: $50.18 - $66.63 per hour


Forensic Assessment Outpatient Services (FAOS) provides mandated outpatient assessment and treatment to a client population who have come into conflict with the legal/justice system. The team is comprised of Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Psychometrists, Registered Nurses and Family Counsellors. This provincial program provides forensic mental health services to urban and rural centres throughout Central and Southern Alberta.


The Psychologist II - Forensic Assessment Outpatient Service works with a high degree of independence within broad guidelines and in accordance with program and professional standards. You will provide clinical assessment and treatment and conduct assessments in a wide variety of areas such as cognitive functioning, personality, vocational and behavioral assessment and organicity screening. You will provide treatment in a range of Psychological Therapies such as individual Psychotherapy, group therapy, as well as family and behavioral therapies as appropriate and provide Psychological consultation to members of the interdisciplinary team and to outside professionals and agencies in an appropriate manner. You will prepare reports to the legal system including court reports for the purpose of pre-sentence disposition, risk/recidivism management and/or pre-trial fitness (in consort with Psychiatry).


In addition you will participate in program development and evaluation, staff training and in-service education to community partners/stakeholders, and education/training to other disciplines internal to AHS and within the program in a formal and informal manner. You will demonstrate a commitment to collaborative practice; respect for diversity using a supportive, non-judgmental approach; communication skills and the ability to work in a flexible interdisciplinary setting; conflict resolution, problem solving, critical thinking and leadership skills.


Please visit our career website to learn more and apply!

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Posted May 27, 2019
Cornerstone Counselling Centre - Clinical Supervisor-Psychologist - Edmonton


Cornerstone Counselling Centre is looking to fill the role of a Clinical Supervisor-Psychologist to join our Edmonton team.


Cornerstone Counselling Centre is an inclusive faith-based, not-for-profit agency committed to providing professional, accessible counselling and mental health services for all, regardless of income. We serve the whole community and welcome everyone without discrimination. We are currently looking for a Clinical Supervisor-Psychologist to join our office as a full time employee. The ideal candidate will have experience providing counselling services to individuals, couples, families, teens, and children, as well as supervising practicum students and provisional psychologists. The candidate must be comfortable working with clients who have a desire to incorporate faith into their sessions and also be able to work with those who are seeking secular counselling.


Qualifications and Requirements:
• Registered Psychologist in good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists
• Have at least five years of post-registration of experience
• Experience working with Indigenous clients is an asset
• Believe in our core values and mission
• Be able to work independently and within a team environment
• Facilitate group supervision sessions
• Supervise peers and Advanced Graduate Level Interns
• Have the ability to discuss cases, clients, and obstacles in a professional manner
• Clinical experience in providing assessments is an asset


Cornerstone offers a/an:
• Over four decades of an established presence in the City of Edmonton
• Comfortably furnished offices and a play therapy room
• Administrative support
• Yearly training allowances
• Flexible work schedule
• An established client base
• Extensive marketing program
• Supportive team culture founded on respect, trust, and engagement
• Benefits and a RRSP program
• We offer a competitive salary and benefits package based on experience and education


How to Apply:
Interested applicants can send their cover letter and CV via email to:


Sheila Stauffer
Executive Director
Cornerstone Counselling Centre

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Posted May 23, 2019
The GRIT Program - Mental Health Therapist - Edmonton



Getting Ready for Inclusion Today (GRIT, Edmonton), The GRIT Program is a dynamic inclusive and family centered early educational program. Funded through Alberta Education, GRIT’s Early Childhood Services Program serves families who have a preschool child with a developmental disability. For more information visit our website: www.gritprogram.ca.


About the Position:

GRIT is the successful recipient of a two-year Alberta Health Services grant aimed to enhance the behavioral and mental health skills of staff to better support child mental health of preschool aged children and families. This is a contracted project position working 24-28 hrs/week until April 2021, with outcomes targeted in three areas:  staff capacity building, navigation of Health Services and parent education.  The successful candidate would lead the project in collaboration with other professional team members to apply evidence-based intervention models, develop clear pathways for navigation of the right supports, and facilitating rich adult education modules to support the skills, knowledge and confidence of our professional teams.



  • Master’s Degree in a related field of study (e.g. social work, psychology) or equivalencies. 
  • Minimum of five (5) years recent combined experience in child mental health of preschool aged children.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and skill in the screening and/ or assessment of children mental health concerns/diagnoses.
  • Effective interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to build collaborative partnerships needed for staff capacity building and quality service provision. 
  • Demonstrated leadership in applying research to practice related to early childhood development, mental health and family support.
  • Demonstrated value-based leadership skills upholding the value of inclusion and human rights.
  • Exceptional written, oral, interpersonal and presentation skills
  • Confidence in the use of technology to support work
  • Experience in developing policy, as required.



Please email resume to: hr@gritprogram.ca

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Posted May 22, 2019
CASA Centre - Mental Health Therapist - Infant and Preschool Services


Position Details: 0.8 FTE, In-scope, Temporary until on or before October 1, 2020.
Position Number: 19-036 (please quote when applying)
Closing Date: Until a suitable candidate is found

The Mental Health Therapist collaborates with the Infant and Preschool multi-disciplinary team members to ensure success in the areas of clinical service delivery by providing mental health assessment and treatment to infants, preschoolers and their families struggling with emotional, social and/or behavioural difficulties.

What our Mental Health Therapists say about their job:

“Infant and Preschool services is an exciting and dynamic place to work. Working on a multidisciplinary team with so much expertise and experience is a continual learning experience for me. I really value partnering with parents as we navigate what is going on for their children and how they can best be supported. Working with the parent-child dyad is a cornerstone of what we do in IPS and it’s so important for me that the work we do really makes a difference!”


• Masters degree in Psychology and current registration with a relevant professional body.
• Two years of recent mental health practice in an ambulatory setting that provided psychosocial intervention.
• A demonstrated ability to work within a multidisciplinary team and collaboratively across sectors
• A valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle.
• Experience assessing and treating issues related to childhood trauma and maltreatment, knowledge of the Child and Family Services system and experience working within the community with diverse cultures are assets.

$38.52 - $49.43 depending on education and experience.

Temporary employees are eligible for an additional 6% pay in lieu of vacation and an additional 5% pay in lieu of statutory holidays.

Submit your resume employment@casaservices.org
Please visit our website for additional information: www.casaservices.org

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Posted May 22, 2019
Key Connections Consulting Inc. - Full Time Counsellor/ Consultant - Lethbridge




Key Connections Consulting Inc. (KCC) is a multidisciplinary team of professionals including Behaviour Consultants, Counsellors, Speech-Language Pathologists, and Occupational Therapists. We are dedicated to improving the lives of children, youth, and adults who have challenges by helping them reach their full potential.

We are currently recruiting a 1.0 Full Time Counsellor. The position is located in Lethbridge, AB and is available immediately. Key Connections Consulting Inc. provides a unique, positive & flexible work environment, competitive wages, benefits. The successful candidate will also receive regular case consultation, clinical supervision, mentorship & professional development opportunities encouraged and supported through a professional spending account.

1) We are looking for a diverse, enthusiastic and innovative professional with the ability to multi-task and manage a flexible schedule.
2) Experience counselling individuals with a broad range of presenting factors, understanding of varied socio-economic factors, and competency supporting multi-cultural needs is an asset
3) Experience in working with children is an asset.
4) The successful candidate will provide counselling services to children, youth, individuals and families, as well as consulting and providing supervision to in-home support aides.
5) Out of town travel may be a requirement and employees are compensated for travel costs.

Additional requirements include:

  • Masters Degree in Social Work; Provisional Psychologist; Psychologist or related Master Level Degree.
  • May consider candidates with a Bachelor degree in a related field, or Master Degree in Educational Psychology, who have significant related experience.
  • Licensed or Registered Health Care Provider under the Health Professions Act.
  • Valid Driver’s License and access to a vehicle.
  • Criminal Record and CYIM check are required.


Resumes will be accepted until a suitable candidate is found.

Please email or fax resumes and a cover letter to:
contact@keyconnectionsconsulting.com or 403-317-1628 (fax).
For further inquiries contact Brandie at 403-524-2522.

*Resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered*

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Posted May 20, 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 May 16, 2019
Mental Health Therapist / Clinical Supervisor, Centre for Refugee Resilience


Mental Health Therapist / Clinical Supervisor
(16 to 24 hours weekly: negotiable range)

Name of Position: Mental Health Therapist / Clinical Supervisor, Centre for Refugee Resilience

Functional Statement:
The position offers an opportunity to work with a unique and rewarding population while providing leadership to a small clinical team. The program’s focus is on building resilience with refugees and immigrants who have experienced trauma, through coordinated community, social, and mental health support. The therapist / supervisor role offers an exciting leadership opportunity to guide the growth of the Centre for Refugee Resilience during a key time in its development.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
● Provide leadership and consultation to the CRR therapy program
● Support the therapeutic development of the team that align with personal, professional, organizational values
● Provide culturally competent counselling to adult clients using trauma-informed and evidence-based treatment
● In collaboration with the Team Lead, strategize, plan, and offer consultation on funding proposals toward the growth and sustainability of the therapy program
● Work collaboratively with a diverse and multi-disciplinary team within CCIS
● Participate in public education and promotion of the program, including development and presentation of workshops for community and volunteers, as time allows

● Master’s degree in Psychology, Social Work or other related field
● Registered with the appropriate professional association
● 4+ years clinical experience, 1+ years supervisory experience
● Experience in treating trauma and other issues prevalent to the refugee population (depression, anxiety, chronic pain, PTSD)
● Specialization and training in culturally competent trauma-informed practices which could include: EMDR, Expressive Arts, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, etc.

This position is subject to a Criminal Record Check, including Vulnerable Sector Search, and Adult Abuse Registry Check.

More details at: https://reachire.ca/job/mental-health-therapist-clinical-supervisor-16-24-hours-per-week-negotiable-calgary-alberta-7976

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Posted May 16, 2019
CASA - Mental Health Therapist – Family Team


Position Details 0.4 FTE, In Scope, Permanent

Competition Number 19-009

Closing Date Open until a suitable candidate is found

The Family Therapist promotes the mental health and well-being of children and families by providing timely family assessment and treatment services to preschoolers, children, adolescents and their families. The Family Therapist practices according to the training and code of ethics of their specific discipline, and applies the principles of evidence-based practice to all aspects of his or her work.

CASA is a learning organization. CASA provides many opportunities with a focus on evidence-based practices and innovation. Come and join the team!


• Provides clinical family therapy services to a caseload of children and families
• Conducts comprehensive family assessments based on the model for the CASA Family Therapy program.
• Formulates a diagnosis as appropriate using the DSM V or any other diagnostic tool currently in general use in the program.
• Develops and implements treatment plans using a variety of treatment approaches focused on family therapy.
• Actively participates in Family Therapy Reflecting Team.
• Conducts case management functions including convening case conferences, and liaising with CASA therapists and psychiatrists, community services and other professionals involved with the child and family (especially education, social services, justice and health).

• Graduate degree in Psychology. Candidates must be registered with their regulatory body and remain in good standing.
• Excellent assessment and treatment skills in the field of family therapy.
• Strong grasp of the principles of evidence-based practice in family therapy.
• Respect for other disciplines and an ability to work collaboratively with diverse interest groups.
• Practical experience in a children’s mental health treatment setting with a speciality in family therapy.

$35.17 - $49.43 based on experience


Submit your resume employment@casaservices.org             View our website: www.casaservices.org

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Posted May 16, 2019
Supporting Wellness Psychological and Family Services - Supervision Opportunity - Calgary


Supporting Wellness Psychological and Family Services has supervision opportunities available in June 2019.  Provisional Psychologists who have acquired academic approval from the College of Alberta Psychologists and are now looking for an approved supervisor can apply for these upcoming spots.  This placement does not offer hours for or employment to complete the supervised hours.  The applicant will need to be either working full time to complete their hours or have arrangements to complete the mandated hours.


Kate Kolskog is a Registered Psychologist, and a Clinical Marriage & Family Therapist.  Kate works within several modalities such as structural, CBT, Brief Solution and Narrative, Marriage & Family therapy.  She has experience working with children, adolescents, couples, marriage and family therapy.  She is a systemic thinker.  For the past 10 years she has worked within her own private practice.


The supervision program includes:


  • Individual, Clinical Group, and On-Site Supervision if allowed by placement.
  • Weekly Supervision
  • Preparation and Support for the EPPP examination and Oral Exam: this includes additional studying material and testing, group class, and mock orals.
  • Supervision for the mandated 1600 hours, and continued supervision during the completion of the EPPP and Oral Examination.
  • Supervision Fee
  • Educational Workshops, Speakers, and Supportive Cohesive Team
  • This is a fast-paced program with expectations to complete the EPPP/Oral within a timeline.  Participants will need to make studying and completion a priority.


If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your resume/CV/ and cover letter stating your area of specialty and if you are willing to travel and work in a rural community.  Thank you in advance for your interest, however; only successful applicants will be contacted for an interview.


Send Resume To:  supervision@supportingwellness.com

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Posted May 15, 2019
DMSCC - Child and Family Trauma Counsellor (Clinical Psychologist) - Cold Lake


Reporting to the Assistant Director, the Child and Family Trauma Counsellor will be responsible for providing clinical support to mothers, youth and children participating in the DMSCC Second Stage Housing program for women and their children fleeing domestic violence. This will include a variety of treatment modalities (individual, family, group) as clinically appropriate. The Child and Family Trauma Counsellor will demonstrate strength-based counseling skills and have excellent organizational and communication skills.

The successful candidate will provide individual, family and group counselling as clinically appropriate and provide evidence-based treatment to women, adolescents and children who have experienced or been exposed to domestic violence. This includes developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating a case plan with clients, and providing assessment, treatment planning and implementation, and participate in discharge planning. The incumbent will also assist in assessing client needs and make recommendation to DMSCC staff team.

• Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, Counselling or Social Work (clinical specialization)
• Current registration with a recognized professional college or association in Alberta is required.
• Training in evidence-based modalities for children, adolescents, adults and families required.
• Experience in EMDR, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Structural Family Therapy.
• Minimum 3 years of clinical work.
• Experience working with domestic violence and trauma recovery, stress management, crisis intervention, and cross-cultural issues.
• Demonstrated ability to provide exceptional client-centered service and care.
• RCMP Criminal Record Check with Vulnerable Sector Check and Intervention Record Check.
• Valid Class 5 driver’s license free from restrictions.

The position is a permanent full-time (40 hours/week) job opportunity. $68,900 base rate per annum to a maximum of $107,500, plus benefits and pension contributions as defined by Board policy. Rates above the base rate will be considered based on assessment of the successful candidate’s education, skills, previous experience and other factors.

For a complete job description, please visit our website: https://dmscc.ca/career-opportunities/

Please submit resumes to:

Cindy Yang, Human Resources

While we thank all applicants for their interest, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

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Posted May 13, 2019
a sacred journey psychological services inc. - Contract Registered Psychologist(s) - Spruce Grove


Contract Registered Psychologist(s) wanted for busy, well-established, and reputable Spruce Grove office that provides individual, family, and couples counselling to all ages with a variety of presenting issues. Operating as a private practice, we are looking for someone who has experience with most populations, including couples and Play Therapy for children. Full to part time, days, evenings, and weekend options are available.

Opportunity available for:

• Maintaining flexible work hours.
• Defining and overseeing your personal career goals.
• Working with a community of helping professionals.
• Growing with a community in need of services while making important contributions to the well being of others and society.
• Experiencing a diversity of populations and presenting issues.
• Collaborating with other professionals for colleague support and case consultation.

Qualifications: Registered Psychologist in good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists. Registered FNIHB Provider or experience with First Nations population.

Should you feel like working with an established practice and professional team while defining your own journey, please email a CV, along with a cover letter identifying your interest in a sacred journey psychological services inc. to sylvia@asjpsychological.com.

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Posted May 8, 2019
Saffron Sexual Assault Centre - Staff Therapist - Sherwood Park


Are you passionate about supporting clients impacted by the effects of trauma? Saffron Sexual Assault Centre in Sherwood Park is looking for a compassionate, skilled, collaborative Staff Therapist to join our team!

Saffron offers therapists the opportunity to provide quality counselling services on a sliding fee scale to clients who may not be able to afford trauma-informed counselling. We are hiring for a staff therapist position.

What we can offer:

  • A collaborative environment where therapy, public education, and administrative teams are unified in treating clients and each other with kindness, respect, integrity, and responsibility, in an environment mindful of privilege, micro-aggression, and valuing holistic services.
  • We offer therapists a sense of camaraderie; we don’t just work beside each other, but as respected colleagues and resources for each other. The counselling team meets monthly to share skills and ideas; and collaboration between therapists is encouraged.
  • The staff therapist position offers the flexibility of days, evenings and Saturdays; we are asking for a commitment of 25 hours per week.
  • Professional Development funds are available, as well as medical benefits and paid holidays. (minimum 25 hour work week).
  • Opportunities for FUN are infused in our work culture including workshops, fundraisers, staff-pamper days, and parties.

We are looking for the following in our new team member:

  • Must have a passion for providing accessible, quality, trauma-informed counselling in an environment of diversity and inclusion.
  • Due to current contract and staffing requirements the Staff Therapist must be currently covered under the Health Professions Act, be either a Registered Psychologist, or Clinical Social Worker and hold registration in good standing with their licensing body.
  • Knowledge, and skills in counselling adult, teen, and/ or child (5 years and up) survivors of sexual violence. Training and experience using mind-body therapies and/or exposure therapies is an asset to this position (e.g.mindfulness, MBSR, SRT, Hakomi, DBT, Somatic Experiencing, EMDR, etc).Psychologists and Clinical Social Workers with training in using expressive arts with traumatized clients are also welcome to apply.
  • Registration (or eligible to be registered) as a Mental Health provider with First Nations and Inuit Health Branch are an asset to this position.
  • Registration in good standing with CAP or ACSW; criminal Record check, Children’s Services Intervention check, and professional insurance required.


Please submit a cover letter and resume/CV to Debbie Fillion, Counselling Program Director, debbief@saffroncentre.com .

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Posted May 7, 2019
Beddington Physiotherapy - Psychologist - Calgary


Beddington Physiotherapy is seeking a dynamic and self-motivated psychologist to join our multi-disciplinary health care team.

The job entails of assessing and treating patients who are involved in Motor Vehicle Accidents.

Examples of areas of focus may include but not confined to:

  • pain management (chronic pain)
  • post traumatic stress disorder
  • disability
  • depression
  • anxiety
  • work stress

Must be registered or able to register with College of Alberta Psychologists.

Flexible to choose your own days and hours.

New grads are welcome to apply.

To apply, please email your resume to shyam@caringhandsphysio.com

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Posted May 3, 2019
Ward & Associates Psychological Services - Registered Psychologist - Sherwood Park

Ward & Associates Psychological Services is a thriving practice in Sherwood Park specializing in marital therapy and treatment of adults with anxiety, depression and PTSD.

We are seeking a Registered Psychologist to join our clinic and provide individual therapy and couples counselling.

What we offer:
• Referrals for individual therapy and couples counselling
• An electronic medical system, allowing you to access your notes securely from the comfort of your home
• Administrative support
• An attractively furnished office with a window
• A flexible, positive, collaborative work environment
• Competitive compensation

What we require:
• Master’s degree or PhD in Counselling or Clinical Psychology
• Registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists
• Training and experience in working with couples and with treatment of trauma and anxiety
• Several years of experience
• Independence, flexibility, positive attitude and a love of the job
• A desire to learn and grow as a therapist

Interested candidates can forward a CV to Jennie Ward at drward@wardpsychological.com.

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Posted May 1, 2019
CASA - Mental Health Therapist – Trauma Program


Position Details: 1.0 FTE, In Scope, Temporary until on or before May 31, 2020

Competition Number: 19-023

Looking for an exciting clinical position helping with children and adolescents with complex mental health issues? Want to work with a multi-disciplinary team including Speech-Language Pathologist, Occupational Therapist, Child Psychiatrists, Nurse(s), Psychologists, Clinical Social Workers and more? Do you want to have training and support opportunities that will leave you feeling valued and energized in the clinical field with children, adolescents and families? Then we have the position for you!

The Mental Health Therapist will be responsible for the assessment of school aged children and adolescents and their families; planning, developing, implementing and evaluating the treatment plan for the assigned caseload; completing the appropriate clinical and administrative documentation; and participating in related community liaison activities. Involvement in trauma and attachment group(s) is required. Candidates must have experience providing evidence based assessment and treatment services within the field of trauma.

CASA is a learning organization. CASA provides many opportunities with a focus on evidence-based practices and innovation. Come and join the team!


• Graduate degree in Psychology
• Must be a member in good standing with their respective professional association/college.
• Previous experience in an ambulatory setting/program that provided psychosocial intervention
• A commitment to best practice and knowledge of evidence informed mental health services
• An ability to work within a multidisciplinary team
• Experience assessing and treating issues related to childhood trauma and maltreatment
• Experience working with diverse cultures.

$38.52 - $49.43 per hour based on education and experience

Submit your resume employment@casaservices.org
View our website: www.casaservices.org

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Posted April 25, 2019
Supporting Wellness Psychological & Family Services - Registered Psychologist - Calgary


Who We Are:

Supporting Wellness Psychological & Family Services is a multidisciplinary team of highly skilled, specialized professionals who are associates within the practice. If you are a motivated, high energy, and actively building your private practice we are looking to add your expertise and specialization to our team!

Our Mission:

To break down the barriers of mental health by offering a modern, relationship based approach to therapy. We want clients to believe and be encouraged that change is possible. We offer a systemic approach to treatment.

What We Offer:

  • A beautiful office space and team environment
  • A Private Practice Package that Includes: reception, marketing, social media, advertising, marketing materials, team and clinical meetings, and supervision if needed.
  • Educational Speakers, and Workshops
  • Opportunity to offer Groups or take part in Speaking Engagements
  • Access to a Multidisciplinary team that refers in-house.
  • Great location with free parking, access to the C train, and centrally located on Macleod Trail.


What We Need:

  • Masters or PhD in Psychology, Formal Psychological Assessment, Marriage & Family Therapy
  • A member in good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists
  • Min of One Million Dollars in Liability Insurance
  • Strong Work Ethic and Entrepreneurial Skills… you are building your private practice
  • Team Participant, High Ethical Regard for Team and Profession
  • Advocate for Mental Health & Breaking Down the Barriers to Mental Health
  • Innovative, Creative, and wanting to build a business
  • Willing to work shift work, Monday – Saturday, Evening Hours
  • Team Cohesion and Promoting One Another to Succeed
  • Feeling Isolated in Your Own Private Practice and Want to Join A Team


Please send a copy of your CV and cover letter to general@supportingwellness.com To know more about our practice go to www.supportingwellness.com Please no phone calls. We Look Forward to Meeting With You.

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Posted April 23, 2019
Family Counselling Centres: Registered Child Psychologist and Registered Psychologist- Edmonton/Beaumont

Family Counselling Centres, a dynamic group private practice with offices based out of Leduc and Edmonton. We are currently looking for Registered Psychologists to join our practice for part-time and full-time work at our Edmonton office and upcoming Beaumont office. The successful candidate will have knowledge and experience working with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. Provisional psychologists will be considered if they have completed their oral exam and EPPP. Applications will be accepted until a qualified candidate is found.

Qualifications and Requirements for Child Psychologist:

  • Fluency in English and French will be considered an asset 
  • Experience working with adults, children and families
  • Post-masters training in play therapy (or must be willing to complete training in play therapy within 6 months of hire through CAPT or RMPTI)
  • Experience working with trauma and attachment issues
  • Post-masters training in trauma focused interventions (e.g. EMDR, Somatic Experiencing)

Qualifications and Requirements for Couple’s work:

  • Fluency in English and French will be considered an asset 
  • Experience working with adults, couples and families
  • Post-masters training in couple’s counselling modalities (e.g. Gottman’s, EFT)
  • Experience working with trauma and attachment issues
  • Post-masters training in trauma focused interventions (e.g. EMDR, Somatic Experiencing)


General Requirements:

  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively within a team environment
  • Drive and ambition
  • Self-starter
  • Strong interest in networking and community outreach
  • Liability/malpractice insurance
  • In good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists
  • Flexibility in terms of availability, particularly evenings and Saturdays
  • Experience in private practice work is an asset

We Will be Offering:

  • Furnished offices
  • Fully furnished play therapy rooms
  • Training opportunities
  • Administrative support
  • Direct referrals
  • Monthly case conferences/consultations
  • Advertising
  • EAP contracts

How to Apply:

Interested applicants can send their curriculum vitae and cover letter via email to: 
Jocelyn Nand at Jocelyn@familycounsellingcentres.com

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Posted April 10, 2019
SunLife - Consulting Psychologist


Consulting Psychologist, Group Benefits Life & Disability Claims


Role summary:

As a consulting psychologist contracted with Sun Life, you will support the Group Benefits Life & Disability Claims Team by providing clinical opinions (as required) on Life & Disability claims, as an integral part of the claim adjudication process or in connection with legal proceedings on disability claims. It is the role of the Consulting psychologist to review and provide insight and commentary on the clinical information collected, in terms of its completeness and objectivity, to provide an opinion on the:

  • Diagnosis
  • Severity of the condition
  • Restrictions and limitations
  • Impact of co-morbid disorders
  • Treatment optimization
  • Expected course of condition
  • Consultation with treatment providers

The Consulting Psychologist may make recommendations for follow up strategies such as requesting additional clinical information. The Consulting Psychologist is encouraged to provide education to the claims adjudicator with respect to the condition and other consultations as requested. The Consulting Psychologist may also be requested to contact treatment providers to discuss a plan member’s condition and the proposed treatment regime. The Consulting Psychologist will be expected to perform work using Sun Life’s systems and processes.


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Please direct any questions and resumes to the hiring manager Genevieve Kutterer at genevieve.kutterer@sunlife.com or (437) 225-5892.

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