Registered Psychologist (Independent Contractor)
Offering the flexibility of private practice work in a collaborative environment Navigation Psychology is a private practice located in Saskatoon. We help busy professionals who feel trapped by anxiety, perfectionism, and chronic stress. We work with clients to challenge the fears that keep them stuck, embrace their unique strengths, and feel more content with who they are.
We’re expanding our practice by bringing on a Registered Psychologist as an independent contractor. Our goal is to build a team of dedicated professionals to help adults, children, teens, couples, and families who feel overwhelmed create more balanced lives.
In addition to anxiety and perfectionism, common presenting concerns for clients at Navigation Psychology include depression, trauma, OCD, relationship issues, chronic health concerns, and work stress.
Our practice is built on the following values:
Providing high-quality services and excellent client care
Investing in ongoing learning and professional development
Highlighting client's strengths and resilience
Understanding trauma, culture, and systemic relationships
The role of Independent Contractor will involve:
Providing counselling services for adults, children, or youth
Maintaining client confidentiality and documentation according to professional guidelines
Collecting client payments and/or submitting invoices to third-party payors
Maintaining responsibility for their own income taxes and CPP, EI, and WCB deductions as a self-employed contractor
The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications and skills:
Registered in good standing with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists as a Registered Psychologist or Registered Doctoral Psychologist
Registered Psychologist (Provisional) with external supervision will be considered
Master’s or Doctoral degree in psychology or counselling psychology
Understanding of trauma-informed and culturally sensitive practices
Excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to build positive relationships, communicate clearly, and resolve conflicts effectively
Responsive to feedback from clients and colleagues
Organized, reliable, and conscientious
Able to work independently, with minimal supervision
Comfortable using new technology (e.g., electronic records system)
Navigation Psychology will provide:
Competitive compensation split (percentage of client fees)
Flexible work schedule, with the option to work in person and/or remotely
Opportunity to define your preferred client populations
Access to furnished office space with wireless internet (available days and times to be discussed)
Practice management software, video therapy platform, online scheduling, payment system, paperwork templates, and professional email address
Marketing on social media and other platforms
Opportunities for case consultations and peer support
Additional opportunities for compensation may be available (e.g., leading workshops, writing blog posts)
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Dr. Marnie Rogers-de Jong at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Registered Psychologist - Prince Albert, SK
This would be an ideal opportunity for a Psychologist interested in an independent contractor arrangement. Service does need to be provided in person at the clinic.
Initially 2 days per week of availability preferred, with the potential to grow that if availability permits.
Enhance Lives. Excel Your Career!
If you’re passionate about offering a holistic approach to care, this is your chance to set and reach new goals.
As a Psychologist on our team, you are an integral part of our specialized services for clients within occupational rehabilitation, injury management, chronic pain, brain injury and mental health programs. What sets us apart is our interdisciplinary environment that allows you to collaborate with a variety of experts, finding new ways to treat your clients and achieve excellent outcomes. After all, our commitment to excellence goes beyond the way we serve our communities. We’ll empower you to enrich lives and achieve amazing results by doing what you do best.
Please email your resume to Heather Kardal email@example.com
Take a inside look at what you’ll do each day
You’ll apply psychological expertise in assessment, evaluation and treatment, as well as monitoring of client progress and reporting, with consultation at the core of your role
You’ll collaborate with an interdisciplinary team regarding conditions that impact functional abilities, delivering on psychosocial interventions as well as discharge planning
You know the importance of maximizing the functional independence of clients to enhance their quality of life
Here’s what you’ll need to be successful
You are a graduate of a recognized School of Psychology
You are a registered member in good standing with the Saskatchewan College Of Psychologists
You are experienced in, or have a strong interest in developing expertise in the area of occupational rehabilitation
You are familiar with the field of health and the psychosocial models of interdisciplinary care
You are able to provide service in clinic.
What CBI Health can offer to you
We are proud of our friendly environment, supportive leadership and the knowledgeable team members who make it all possible. That is why we do everything we can to show our appreciation. Our training, mentoring and education programs will provide you with opportunities for continued learning – and support and guidance whenever you need it. At CBI Health, you will have the freedom to define your own career path through our many opportunities for growth and development.
Here’s a look at our total rewards:
Comprehensive benefits and rewards package (if full time employee)
Flexible working hours
Excellent administrative support, so you can focus on your patients
Continuous learning and skills development
Autonomy to explore and reach your career goals
For millions of Canadians, CBI Health is where better begins. We are Canada’s leading community healthcare provider, reliably delivering innovative rehabilitation and home care programs that help our clients achieve their health goals. With 250+ locations and supporting more than 800 communities, people are at the heart of what we do. Every day, all across the country, our 13,000 staff work together to make a meaningful difference in our clients’ lives and help shape healthcare for the better. Learn more at cbihealth.ca.
CBI Health is proud to be recognized by Deloitte as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for the 16th year in a row. A huge thank you to all our team members, whose dedication, passion, and innovation have enabled us to achieve this recognition year after year.
CBI Health is committed to providing a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace where everyone feels safe and accepted as their authentic selves. We actively seek qualified candidates who share our commitment to equity and inclusion and contribute to the diversification of ideas and perspectives that help us innovate and provide the best possible care to our clients.
We welcome applications from all individuals regardless of race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other characteristics that make each of us different.
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Ranch Ehrlo Society
Job Title: Psychologist - Clinical Assessment and Resource Services
Location: Regina, SK
Position: Full-time Term (12 months term - Until May 2024)
Posting Closing Date: June 30, 2023
Hours of work: Monday to Friday only (40hrs), no evening shifts required.
The Psychologist of Clinical Assessment and Resource Services provides professional leadership in the development and delivery of clinical services. The primary role of the psychologist is to conduct psychological assessments, disseminate results of assessments accordingly, and develop treatment recommendations that are evidence-based and best practice.
Education and Professional Certification
• Masters degree in psychology, educational psychology, or in a related psychological field recognized by the Saskatchewan College of Psychologist.
• A registered Psychologist with Authorized Practice Endorsement (APE) in good standing with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologist.
• Minimum one (1) year of direct experience providing psychological services to diverse populations.
Skills and Characteristics
• Expert knowledge of developmental and clinical psychology.
• Expert knowledge and application of best practice and empirically supported models of assessment and treatment of childhood and adult mental health disorders.
• Ability to work within an ethical framework with extensive knowledge of relevant legislation.
• Strong leadership skills with the ability to inspire, motivate, mentor, and support others.
• Ability to work within a team framework and participate in ongoing consultation.
• Ability to work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders.
• Exceptional interpersonal skills with the ability to form strong relationships and professional working alliances.
• Ability to display empathy, patience, understanding, and a client-centred approach in day-to-day interactions.
• Ability to design and facilitate in-service training.
• Ability to be flexible and adapt to new situations.
• Strong written and oral communication skills.
• Effective time management and organizational skills with the ability to prioritize.
• Ability to think critically through immediate high-risk situations and navigate effectively and ethically.
• A commitment to professional development.
• Proficient computer skills.
Duties and Responsibilities
• Conduct psychological assessments with participants according to best practice, diagnose if required, and disseminate results of assessments accordingly (i.e. to referring personnel, clinical directors, educational personnel, referring agencies, and the legal parent, if appropriate).
• Research, develop, and implement treatment and/or programming that are evidence- based and best practice.
• Select, administer, and interpret psychological tests and write psychological assessment reports based on best practice.
• Facilitate and/or provide intervention services in the home, school, and/or community.
• Manage a clinical caseload as assigned.
• Develop and deliver specialized training sessions to residential and educational/vocational teams.
• Provide workshops, seminars, and professional education on relevant mental health topics.
• Collaborate and consult with internal and external stakeholders including families, community agencies, and referring agencies.
• Maintain file upkeep, document participant sessions and contacts, and monitor caseload treatment efficacy using outcomes to evaluate and implement changes accordingly.
• Complete reports and documentation in a clear, accurate, and timely manner.
• Perform other related duties as assigned.
• Inspire, motivate, and consult with stakeholders to assist in collaboratively devising therapeutic objectives and service plans for participants.
• Share specialized knowledge and expertise with the various treatment teams, family members, and stakeholders.
• Establish professional working relationships with external stakeholders including families, and professionals within the community.
• Maintain, promote, and reinforce safe work habits, practices, and procedures.
• Adhere to written or verbal agency and government regulations, policies, practices, and instructions.
The incumbent is responsible for completing all mandatory training requirements for the position as per agency policy and guidelines.
The incumbent must be registered with an accredited professional association or body.
Annual Salary range for this position is $79,601 to $102,918.
If you have any questions, please contact Holly Huyghebaert firstname.lastname@example.org or @ 306-751-3874
or Natashia Schoenroth @ 306-751-2466.
Masters Level Psychologist: Lifemark Health Group, Mental Health Program & Services
Located: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Program environment in-person clinic services
Salaried and fee-for-service options available
Part-time and full-time opportunities available
Are you a passionate psychologist looking to belong to a supportive, collaborative community to implement our bold vision to optimize the benefit of mental health services to diverse audiences from prevention to intervention? If so, join Lifemark Health Group and grow with us as we build provincial teams in support of our national mental health strategy.
Education and licensure
Master’s Degree in Psychology from an accredited university
Current registration in good standing with the Saskatchewan College/Board of Psychologists
Individual professional liability insurance required at time of employment
Working in interdisciplinary teams and with third party payers
Conducting psychological assessments with adults for various goals, including treatment planning
Providing various evidence-based treatments grounded in cognitive-behavioral approaches
Developing and evaluating mental health programs is considered an asset
Experience with workplace injuries an asset
Utilizing telehealth/virtual care methods is considered an asset
Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
Able to work both autonomously and as part of interdisciplinary teams
Efficient with required clinical documentation
Able to manage a diverse caseload within dynamic work setting
Demonstrated work ethics, integrity, reliability, maturity, and flexibility
You will find purpose in this role by:
Delivering individual and group treatment for conditions including anxiety, trauma, depression, somatic complaints, substance misuse, adjustment and interpersonal issues within the person’s psycho-social context
Developing new mental health program content for the unique needs of various client groups
Leveraging novel approaches to the delivery of mental health services, including adjunct digital therapeutics
Bringing your unique assessment competencies to a range of applications, from pre-employment suitability assessments for high-risk occupations to diagnostic assessments to guide treatment and psycho-social resource building
Consulting with other mental health service team members and clinical interdisciplinary teams
Contributing to in-house training sessions and interdisciplinary case discussions
Contributing to program outcome evaluations at the provincial and national level
Apply today! Visit www.lifemark.ca/careers for more information or email email@example.com directly with your resume.
** Financial Support for Moving Expenses is available for this position **
Are you someone who has a real passion for helping others? Are you a registered Psychologist looking to highlight your knowledge, skills, and abilities in a new and dynamic environment? We currently have an exciting opportunity for you to bring your excellent work ethic to our Specialized Services department.
The Psychologist is in charge of psychological services provided to a section of the facility/program for the designated scope of practice area. Working independently and as a member of an interdisciplinary team, completes psychological assessments, provides psychological treatment, evaluates the effectiveness and appropriateness of treatment, and facilitates education of clients. Maintains client records including the documentation of client diagnosis and most effective form of treatment and prepares progress notes and psychological reports. Liaises with external agencies and establishes and maintains effective working relationships with stakeholders. Attends clinical/case conferences. Provides formal and informal consultations, participates in quality improvement and risk management activities, provides clinical teaching and supervision to Residents and students, and conducts and participates in research.
Shift Rotation/Hours of work: Monday to Friday, Days - 08:30 to 17:00
New Wage: As of April 1, 2023, the new wage is: $51.27 - $64.04/hour
Terrace has a population 12,700 (2021) residents. The community of Terrace is northern living at its best. Snow-capped mountains, pristine glacier-fed rivers, lakes and streams all add to the beauty of this community. Check out Terrace where there is always something new to experience.
What Northern Health has to offer you!
• Comprehensive benefit packages including MSP, extended health/dental and a municipal pension plan for part-time and full-time employees. Casuals have the option of paying for benefits.
• Four weeks vacation with one year of continuous service
• Financial Support for Moving Expenses is available for eligible positions
• Employee referral program
• Employer-paid training and leadership development opportunities
• Spectacular outdoor activities and the shortest commutes in BC
• “Loan Forgiveness Programs” are offered through the Federal and BC Government for eligible professions.
• Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from a recognized university.
• Two (2) years recent related experience in therapeutic, diagnostic and consultation services in the designated scope of practice areas of mental health & addiction services such as experience working with individuals with mental health issues, substance misuse, anxiety and mood disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder.
• Current registration with the College of Psychologists of British Columbia.
Skills and Abilities:
• Knowledge of the principles of recovery in mental illness.
• Knowledge of psychological assessment, including semi-structured diagnostic assessment.
• Knowledge of therapeutic, diagnostic and consultation techniques.
• Knowledge of treatment, assessment, and management of anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder and psychological trauma.
• Knowledge of Psychosocial Rehabilitation methodology.
• Knowledge of psychopharmacology (indications and side-effects) and substance abuse and addictions issues and treatment
• Knowledge of adult education principles, methods and tools.
• Knowledge of other health care disciplines and their role in client care.
• Knowledge of evidence-based psychological practice.
• Demonstrated ability to function as a team member, leader and facilitator.
• Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing with clients, families, team members, other groups and community agency personnel.
• Demonstrated ability to work independently and in collaboration with others.
• Demonstrated ability to provide effective consultation.
• Demonstrated ability to teach and supervise.
• Demonstrated ability to adjust to new or unexpected events, problem solve and to deal effectively with conflict situations.
• Demonstrated ability to establish workload priorities in collaboration with others.
• Physical ability to perform the duties of the position.
• Basic computer literacy to operate a computerized client care information system and word processing, spreadsheet, Internet, and e-mail software.
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Who we are
Northern Health covers an area of nearly 600,000 square kilometers and offers health services in over two dozen communities and 55 First Nation’s communities. We deliver hospital and community-based health care for a population of 300,000.
Employing more than 7,000 staff throughout the region, Northern Health provides exceptional health services for Northerners, through the efforts of dedicated staff and physicians, in partnership with communities and organizations in Northern BC.
There is a wide variety of career opportunities available in our two dozen hospitals, 25 long-term care facilities, public health units and many other offices providing specialized services.
We Are Hiring!
Prairie Psychology Services is a growing private practice in Regina, SK and we are seeking 1-2 Registered Psychologists to join our team! Our mission is to provide quality, evidence-based assessment and treatment services in a compassionate, confidential and effective manner.
What we offer:
- Positive, encouraging and supportive working environment
- Professional, beautifully furnished office setting, conveniently located
- Financially competitive contract arrangement, with a full benefit plan available
- Flexible work hours
- Consistent flow of referrals
- Access to a superb administrative support team
- Registered Psychologist (with Authorized Practice Endorsement) in good standing with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists
- 3-5 years clinical experience working with children, adults, couples or families
- Expertise in the area of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy/ Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and other evidence based treatments
- Provision of a criminal record check and documentation of professional liability insurance
- Organized, conscientious and self-motivated individual who is passionate about helping others and working as part of a team.
If you are interested in joining our team, please forward your CV to our Office Manager, Suzanne Dreger at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 306-584-3439.
The SHA is the largest organization in Saskatchewan, employing over 44,000 employees and physicians responsible for the delivery of high quality and timely health care for the entire province.
We are driven by the commitment to improve frontline patient care for Saskatchewan people, and we are working together to better coordinate health services across the province to ensure patients receive high quality, timely health care, wherever they live in Saskatchewan. Establishing one provincial approach to plan and deliver health-care services will break down geographic boundaries and service silos, to provide more consistent and coordinated health-care services across the province.
We are currently seeking applications for a Permanent Full Time Psychologist Masters for Child & Youth, Battlefords Mental Health Centre in North Battleford, Saskatchewan.
Masters Degree in Psychology or Clinical Psychology or Educational Psychology
Registered or eligible for registration with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Knowledge of community support systems and human service systems including relevant provincial and federal legislation
Knowledge of the Mental Health Services Act and other legislation relevant to the provision of Mental Health services (i.e. Family Services Act)
Salary or Pay Band - $44.093 to $53.916 (5 step range)
Preference for this position will be given to HSAS members in accordance with the terms and conditions of the SAHO/HSAS Collective Agreement.
This position is responsible for the delivery of the High Risk Violent Young Offender Initiative (HRVYOI). The HRVYOI - Psychologist is part of a multidisciplinary service/program delivery team. The HRVYOI -Psychologist provides a broad range of assessment, treatment and consultation services to high risk and violent young offenders as well as acting as a resource for services to help prevent youth becoming involved in criminal activities. This is a designated field hours position.
Please forward your application via email, quoting Posting Number GO-00715326, complete with references to:
Human Resources Unit
P. O. Box 39 North Battleford, SK S9A 2X8
Fax: (306) 446-6810; Email: email@example.com
All applications are appreciated, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) requires a criminal record check (CRC) f rom every potential SHA team member. The CRC must be dated within the past six (6) months and be satisfactory to the SHA. A vulnerable sector check (VSC) is required f or individuals providing patient/resident/client care to vulnerable persons . Internal candidates may be required to provide a CRC and/or VSC during the recruitment and selection process.
Lethbridge School Division is seeking qualified applicants for a full-time Psychologist position starting August 21, 2023.
• Collaborate with parents/guardians, school staff, divison personnel, and community partners to identify and support students who are experiencing academic, behavioural, social or emotional challenges.
• Administer, score and interpret standardized psycho-educational assessments.
• Complete assessment reports and discuss results and recommendations with parents/guardians and school staff.
• Provide consultation to schools to support students within a Response to Instruction and Intervention framework.
• Participate as a member of the school Learning Team and liaise, as required, with multi-disciplinary teams, in planning and monitoring student programming.
• Full registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists.
• At least three years’ relevant experience in a school division and/or clinical setting working with children and adolescents is preferred.
• Demonstrated ability to use a variety of assessment techniques and tools to identify and address students’ psychological and educational needs.
• Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills to provide consultation to school staff.
• Experience in providing psychological services across all developmental levels (i.e. Early Learning through grade 12).
• Must possess a valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
• Demonstrated skills in consultation and collaboration.
• Excellent interpersonal skills and experience working within a multi-disciplinary team.
• Ability to communicate and present ideas effectively, both orally and in writing.
• Ability to prioritize and to carry out duties in a timely fashion.
• Proficiency in computer skills related to report writing and to recording and data management.
Supporting students across the School Division - 1 Position 35 hrs/wk (1.00 FTE)
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
In order to ensure and maintain a safe and secure working and learning environment, applicants new to Lethbridge School
Division who are offered employment must provide:
A police information check; including Vulnerable Sector Check from Police Services or an RCMP detachment that does not have any charges or convictions.
A satisfactory Intervention Record Check from South Region Alberta Child and Family Services.
Proof of photo identification, may be a valid driver’s licence, provincial identification card as issued by a licensed government registry office, valid passport or Nexus card. If one cannot be provided, a new card must be obtained and proof of application provided within three days of hire.
Documentation of a valid Social Insurance Number in the employee’s legal name. If valid Social Insurance documentation in the current legal name can not be provided, the successful candidate will be required to obtain a new one within three days of hire.
Lethbridge School Division prides itself on supporting and promoting the wellness of our employees through our diverse benefit plan for you and your family to access. Some of the amazing benefits included are:
100% employer paid premiums for health care.
Health Spending Account (HSA)/Wellness Spending Account (WSA).
Free 24/7 access to our Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP). This includes but is not limited to:
Lifestyle and specialty counselling (Health, Life Balance and Career).
Competitive retirement plan.
Discount at a variety of local fitness facilities within Lethbridge.
This is a purposeful and rewarding career that helps make a difference in students lives!
Posting will remain open until 10:00 AM, May 9, 2023
Integrated Health Clinical Psychologist
Openings: 1 Date Posted: February 17, 2023 Closing Date: This posting will remain open until the position is filled.
Employment Status: Permanent Job ID: 730
Under the direction of the Integrated Health & Wellness Manager, the Clinical Psychologist is responsible to provide clinical and psychological expertise/knowledge to the Regina Police Service. This position will be responsible for overseeing the Service’s Mental Health Strategy and perform psychological assessments for new recruits as well as members working in high stress units and teams. The position will work with the Service’s Critical Incident Stress Management team as well as the Employee Family Assistance Program.
(1) Oversees the overall Mental Health Strategy which includes coordinating, developing, and evaluating the various facets of the Strategy.
(2) Conducts psychological assessments for potential new recruits as part of the recruiting process.
(3) Performs annual wellness checks for employees of the Service.
(4) Acts as a liaison with the Critical Incident Stress Management team to ensure proper care and follow up for members involved in traumatic incidents.
(5) Acts as a liaison with the Service’s EFAP providers and other community mental health professionals.
(6) Provides recommendations for improvements to the Service’s mental health programming and initiatives.
(7) Responsible for the development and implementation of program evaluation activities.
(8) Perform other related duties as assigned.
(1) PhD in Clinical Psychology preferred.
(2) Registered Psychologist in good standing with the SK College of Psychologists (or eligible registration in SK) with APE (Authorized Practice Endorsement).
(3) Four to six years of related experience in the field of Clinical Psychology.
(4) Experience with first responders is an asset.
(5) Experience with program development and evaluation would also be an asset.
(6) Knowledge of theory and practices of psychology specializing in occupational stress injuries.
(7) Knowledge of validated psychological assessment tools for pre-employment psychological evaluations.
(8) Demonstrated experience using evidence-based assessments and treatments for post-traumatic stress injuries. Knowledge of best practices regarding mental health strategies and programs to maintain psychological health and wellbeing.
(9) Communication and interpersonal skills to foster collaboration and partnerships to achieve desired results.
(10) Ability to research best practices in the area of mental health and first responders.
RPOOS Division: RPS Corporate Services Department: RPS Corporate Services-Human Resources
Level: 13 OOS Salary: $118,651.00 - $152,842.00
The Regina Police Service values diversity in our workforce and encourages applications from all qualified Employment Equity candidates.
Kinetik Rehabilitation Services (Saskatoon, SK) - Saskatchewan Health Authority is seeking PhD Psychologists to join our dynamic interdisciplinary team. Kinetik offers interdisciplinary rehabilitation programs to individuals experiencing mental health challenges following physical and/or psychological injuries. In the mental health stream, psychologists provide specialized assessment and psychological
treatment to individuals dealing with post-traumatic stress, anxiety, depression, pain, sleep disruption, and stress related to difficult work experiences. In the physical injury stream, psychologists provide tertiary-level assessment and treatment to clients struggling with pain, loss of function, sleep disruption, life role/relationship changes, and mental health concerns following a physical workplace injury. Within both streams, clinicians work closely with a team of other professionals (including physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and exercise therapists) to assist clients in symptom management and resumption of function, including the creation of formal return to work plans. Applicants may express interest in either or both streams, with work allocated accordingly.
A background in evidence-based treatment for trauma, anxiety, depression and pain coping is an asset for this position; however, training and mentorship will be provided as part of employment. This includes regular peer consultation, conference participation, as well as formal training in relevant interventions
such as Prolonged Exposure Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy and/or other appropriate modalities.
Full and part-time positions available
Extended health benefits and pension plan
Registered or eligible for registration with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists.
PhD in Clinical Psychology from an accredited (CPA or APA) academic program, including successful completion of an accredited (CPA or APA) pre-doctoral residency.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Ability to work independently and as a member of an interdisciplinary team.
Demonstrates broad assessment, treatment and consultation skills.
Knowledgeable in the field of health psychology, pain management and impacts of psychological factors on health.
Knowledgeable in the treatment of trauma and clinical mental health conditions.
Further job information can be found at:
Direct your inquiries to:
John Berzolla at (306) 655-8966 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Psychology Association of Saskatchewan (PAS) has a reciprocity agreement with the Psychological Association of Alberta (PAA) offering registration to the two associations’ respective continuing employment programs at the same fees that each of these associations charges to their own members.