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
Location: Regina, SK, Position: Full-time Permanent Posting Closing Date: July 30, 2023
Ehrlo Counselling provides service from a holistic, person-centered approach and believes in dignity and respect for all people. Not only do we assess the person, but their environment in collaboration with that client. All our counselors come with a wide variety of evidence-based knowledge to help with different issues that affect individuals, families, and communities.
We are seeking a highly skilled Psychologist or Master’s prepared social worker with knowledge of indigenous culture to join our team. You will play a vital role in providing therapeutic interventions and comprehensive assessments to clients across different age groups and diverse backgrounds. You will collaborate with a multidisciplinary team to develop and implement effective treatment plans.
Candidates will have:
• Strong counseling skills and experience including sound theoretical understanding and application of various evidenced-based clinical interventions.
• Knowledge and application of professional ethics related to clinical counseling.
• Exceptional interpersonal skills with the ability to form strong relationships and professional working alliances.
• Excellent ability to uphold file standards, write succinct and effective reports.
• Fully registered with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists or Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers.
• Professional liability insurance coverage is required.
• Knowledge and skills working with culturally diverse clients.
• Those individuals eligible for Provisional licensure status with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists may be considered.
• Facilitate individual, couples, family, and group therapy sessions, incorporating Indigenous healing practices and traditional knowledge, as applicable.
• Develop and implement evidence-based therapeutic interventions tailored to client needs.
• Provide culturally relevant psychoeducation to clients and their families, promoting mental health awareness and resilience.
• Advocate for the mental health needs of Indigenous populations, working closely with community organizations and stakeholders.
• Collaborate with other mental health professionals, such as psychiatrists, social workers, and counselors, to coordinate comprehensive care for clients.
• Maintain accurate and up-to-date client records and documentation in compliance with legal and ethical guidelines.
• Participate in ongoing professional development activities, supervision, and team meetings to enhance knowledge and skills in counseling and in Indigenous mental health.
We thank all applicants for their interest in this position.
Wage range: $81,203 - $104,977 Annually
If you have any questions, please contact Natashia Schoenroth at 306-751-2466
Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Requisition #: ALB00369563 Salary Range: $52.34 - $69.50 per hour Job Type: Regular Part Time
Reporting to the Psychology Manager, this position offers a unique opportunity to work within a large, active, and supportive psychology department with over 50 psychologists, neuropsychologists, psychometrists, and support staff.
The Glenrose psychology service forms part of the Edmonton Consortium Clinical Psychology Residency program – a great opportunity to mentor new psychologists-in-training. Our service has offered predoctoral internship training since 1980, joining with Alberta Hospital Edmonton in 1996 to form Edmonton’s first consortium (the U of A joined in 2005 to form the current residency consortium).
The Psychologist II position includes excellent annual vacation for staff, starting with three weeks and increasing to four weeks after one year (with further increases at employment milestones). Personal leave days, comprehensive benefits, and a flexible spending account are also provided, in addition to a generous defined benefit pension plan. Furthermore, occasional WFH days can be accommodated within the .8 FTE, and days of work are negotiable.
The Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital is the largest freestanding tertiary rehabilitation hospital in Canada, serving rural and urban populations across central and northern Alberta, and the Northwest Territories. The Glenrose helps patients of all ages who require complex rehabilitation to achieve optimal physical, sensory, psychological, spiritual, and social recovery.
As a leading-edge, fully accredited academic teaching hospital, the Glenrose participates in educational training programs for science, technology, engineering and medical professionals and offers an array of research and technology development opportunities.
As a Psychologist II, you will provide advanced clinical services (including psychological assessment, diagnosis and/or intervention), consultation and education to the interprofessional team and patients/families, and/or provides clinical leadership and coordination in an assigned program area.
This is an advanced level psychology position that will allow you to work with or within teams to provide and inform services for patients with complex and multi-dimensional medical, psychological, interpersonal, environmental and/or instrumental needs. You will consult, collaborate, and enact initiatives to ensure that practices are evidence based and in alignment with psychology standards of practice and code of ethics, as well as policy, legislation and regulations.
You will be expected to lead, facilitate and/or participate in program, policy, and procedure development, service planning, staff development, quality improvement and evaluation, and/or research activities as identified by the needs of the service area(s). You may provide supervision to doctoral level psychology residents, master's level interns, provisional psychologists, psychometrists and other team members.
Completion of doctoral degree in Psychology in an applied area relevant to the practice setting from a Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) or American Psychological
Association (APA) program.
An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
Active or eligible for registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists (CAP).
Additional Required Qualifications:
Working within the Pediatric Rehabilitation Division on multidisciplinary teams offering assessment, consultation, and/or treatment, the focal age group will be primarily pre-school and school-aged children, although some services may also be provided to younger children (i.e., infants, toddlers) or older adolescents.
The psychologist will complete developmental, cognitive, behavioural, and/or learning assessments for children with complex physical/medical, developmental, and learning problems.
Differential diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a critical component of this position.
Specialized knowledge of various physical/medical conditions (e.g., cerebral palsy, spinabifida), early development, emotional and behavior problems, and Autism Spectrum Disorders is preferred.
Experience in both assessment and treatment of children across the age span with complex presentations is required.
Experience in the administration and interpretation of common assessment instruments is required (e.g., Bayley-4, WPPSI-IV, WISC-V, WIAT-III).
Training and experience in administering and interpreting the ADOS-2 is an asset.
Demonstrated ability to work on a multidisciplinary team within a fast-paced outpatient setting is required.
Responsible to maintain registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists (CAP) throughout the duration of employment.
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