Registered Psychologist / Registered Social Worker - SASKATOON, SK

At The Speech Language Network, we’re passionate about communication and being fully engaged in life’s daily activities. We are an interdisciplinary team of Speech-Language Pathologists and Occupational Therapists, working with children and adults. We love what we do, and it shows. We’re looking for a Registered Psychologist / Registered Social Worker. In this role, pending your experience and areas of expertise, you could be working with our toddler, pre-school and school-aged children; you could be working with our teenagers; or you could be working with our adult clients.

Specifically, we’ll be asking you if you have:

PhD or Master’s degree in clinical counseling, or educational psychology, social work or equivalent

Professional designation and good standing with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists or Saskatchewan Social Work Association

Competence in the areas of clinical and/or counseling psychology and experience in providing differential mental health diagnoses

The ability to independently carry liability insurance

Competency in providing evidence-based therapies (e.g., ACT, DBT, CBT, Narrative Therapy, CPT)

The ability to provide a full range of clinical services and family / client education.

Criminal Record / Vulnerable Sector Check

Two or more years of counseling experience preferred

This role includes the following responsibilities:

Receiving client intakes and referrals

Provide counseling services to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families (depending on professional interests and competencies)

Utilize evidence-based interventions and resources to assist clients with treatment goals

Maintain case notes and other client documentation in a secure confidential manner (HIPA compliant)

Communicate with community professionals (i.e., family physicians, psychiatrists, school counselors, etc.) as needed to enhance client care

Areas we would like support with:

Emotional Disorders - Anxiety, Depression


Eating Disorders

Autism Spectrum

Learning Disabilities

Intellectual Disabilities


This is a part-time to full-time position working out of our location at 410 Jessop Avenue alongside an interdisciplinary team of professionals. The position also includes the following:

Flexible hours, both in-person and online

Competitive benefits package

Opportunity to practice in the areas of professional interest and support in pursuing meaningful professional projects

Shared assessment tools and counseling resources

Consultation and supervision opportunities


Scheduling, billing, and on-line appointment system

Professional furnished office with free parking

It’s an exciting time for us and a great time for you to join our team! We will be happy to accept your cover letter, resume and references until 12:00pm, April 22nd, 2022.

If you have questions or to apply for the position please email:

Amanda Thomas, Clinical Manager: amanda@thesln.com

The Speech Language Network, Ltd.

110-410 Jessop Avenue

Saskatoon, SK

S7N 2S5

Website: https://thesln.com/


Interior Health Authority is urgently seeking a Clinical Psychologist to support mental health clients at the Hillside Psychiatric Centre and South Hills Psychiatric Rehabilitation Centre in Kamloops, B.C. The primary responsibilities of the position will include completing psychodiagnostic assessments, individual therapy, group therapy and providing ongoing education to staff. Both sites strongly support research and evidenced-based practice and there is openness to role development and change within the parameters of the programs.

This is a permanent full-time opportunity. Days of work are Monday to Friday from 08:30-16:30 with weekends and stat holidays off. Recognized as one of BC’s top employers, we offer progressive and diverse workplaces, a network of welcoming multi-disciplinary colleagues and a range of benefits and services to support you:

• Relocation assistance

• Competitive compensation

• Extended health & insurance plans

• Generous employer paid vacation & sick time

• Training and career development opportunities

Kamloops is one of BC’s sunniest cities and home to 90,000 residents. Kamloops offers affordable housing, a large selection of restaurants and stores, a lively arts scene and a full range of businesses. Close proximity to Sun Peaks resort and the surrounding landscape of rivers, mountains, lakes and grasslands means unsurpassed opportunities for year-round outdoor activities.


• Ph.D. in Psychology or equivalent from a university or school recognized by the College of Psychologists’ of British Columbia, with an approved pre-doctoral internship in clinical psychology.

• Current registration with the College of Psychologists’ of British Columbia (or eligible for registration).

Click here for more information or to apply.


Mental Health & Addiction Services – Regina

Requires Permanent Full Time

Psychologist (PHD)

Under the direction of a Program Manager and as part of an interdisciplinary team with Mental Health and Addiction Services, the PhD-level Psychologist provides a complex range of assessment, treatment and case coordination services to a primarily adult community mental health and addiction population. This position is within the Adult Therapy Program and provides program consultation and co-ordination, preceptor students in formal clinical practicum, evaluation of clinical interventions, and provides professional and public education regarding mental health and addiction issues and resources.


CPA or APA accredited PhD in Clinical Psychology at or near completion. Must have or be eligible for practicing registration with Sask. College of Psychologists as a Doctoral Psychologist with an Authorized Practice Endorsement. Psychologists seeking registration within Saskatchewan are invited to apply.


One year (post doctorate) recognized experience in working within community mental health and addiction services is preferred.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Demonstrated knowledge of a variety of intervention strategies (individual and group) for individuals with mental health or addiction problems in a community based setting. Demonstrated ability to identify, implement and evaluate areas of client difficulty across a wide range of clinical presentation and formulate evidence based intervention. Knowledge of and ability to administer and interpret a comprehensive range of psychological tests. Broad knowledge of community resources including treatment programs and support agencies. Excellent interpersonal competence including effective problem solving; workload management and ability to work in a multidisciplinary setting.

Additional Information:

Ability to work flexible hours based on operational needs. Must have a valid driver's license. Please provide a cover letter and resume when applying for this position.

Interested applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and resume:

Employment Services

Saskatchewan Health Authority

2180 23 rd Avenue

Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 0A5

FAX: (306)766-5147

Email: jobs@rqhealth.ca


Psychologist - Counselling & Clinical Services, University of Alberta

Affiliated with the Dean of Students’ Health & Wellness Services at the University of Alberta, Counselling & Clinical Services invites applications for the continuing APO position of Counselling & Clinical Services Registered Psychologist. At this time we are seeking a candidate with a PhD who is five years post registration. In addition, we strongly encourage Indigenous applicants, as well as applicants from other equity seeking groups.

Reporting to the Director of Counselling & Clinical Services (CCS), the Registered Psychologist is accountable for the provision of individual and group psychotherapy to a diverse post-secondary population. The successful candidate will be comfortable operating within a short-term therapy framework and working with a wide range of mental health challenges. The Psychologist provides clinical supervision to Doctoral psychology residents and Masters practicum students. They contribute some outreach/consultation services to the broader university community. This position works within an interdisciplinary team environment composed of psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses, Doctoral Residents and Masters Practicum students, social workers, and administrative support staff. Some early evening work is involved.

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Provide in-person and telehealth/virtual counselling and psychotherapy for a broad range of mental health and wellness concerns: crisis intervention and suicide assessment; depression, anxiety and anxiety based disorders, trauma, and other mental health disorders; relationship and family struggles; adjustment and acculturation; the harms of racism and other forms of discriminaton

  • Provide individual and group supervision of doctoral residents in our CPA accredited Doctoral Residency program in counselling psychology. Facilitate didactic seminars to promote the learning of residents and attend monthly Training Team meetings to contribute to the advancement of the residency program and residents

  • Provide safe, affirming, counselling and therapy for LGBTQ2S students

  • Provide counselling to Indigenous students that is adapted and contextualized based on their cultural beliefs, the impact of residential schooling and colonization, and the impacts of current and historical traumas

  • Provide counselling services that addresses the impacts of racism and other forms of discrimination

  • Provide culturally sensitive counselling to a diverse range of International students

  • Depending on the candidate, we are excited at the opportunity to develop services specific to different equity seeking students. Examples might include a Black candidate facilitating a closed supportive therapy group for Black students, or an Indigenous psychologist facilitating a trauma-informed health and wellness group for Indigenous students. These opportunities would be tailored to match the right candidate.

  • Develop and facilitate occasional in-person or telehealth/virtual group therapy and psycho-educational workshops

  • Develop and deliver occasional in-services, presentations, and training modules

  • Offer some consultations to University of Alberta stakeholders (Faculty, staff, student associations, residences, etc) on supporting student mental health and service navigation, and collaborate with stakeholders on creating health and wellness programming

  • Contribute to CCS program evaluation, development, and improvement, with an emphasis towards building services that improve equity, diversity, inclusion

The ideal candidate would possess:

  • A PhD degree in Psychology (counselling or clinical)

  • Five years of experience post-registration, with registration in good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists

  • Knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to supervise in a CPA accredited Doctoral Psychology residency (internship)

  • Experience, and additional specialized training, working with diverse and equity seeking groups like Indigenous peoples, racialized minorities, LGBTQ2S folks, people with disabilities, and newcomers and/or International students

  • Experience creating and running group or individual psychological supports and interventions designed specifically for equity seeking groups, which could include racialized, Indigenous, and/or LGBTQ2S persons

  • A desire to work in a collaborative team environment, mentor and train Psychology students, and learn and grow personally and professionally

  • A personal and professional commitment to building more equity, diversity, and inclusion in psychology, and also CCS workplace and services

  • A second language is a strong asset in this role

  • Familiarity and adherence to the Health Professions Act, Health Information Act, Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, CAP Standards of Practice, Canadian Code of Ethics, and the CAP Practice Guidelines for Psychologists

  • Interpersonal and communication skills necessary to provide consultation, educational, and collaborative services to the University community

  • Good skills and comfort working with technology like Microsoft Office and Google Apps, video conferencing software such as Zoom, Electronic Records Management systems for documentation and appointment bookings, etc.

The successful candidate will get to join a workplace that offers these benefits:

  • A comprehensive benefits package, which can be viewed at www.hrs.ualberta.ca, and annual salary range commensurate with experience and qualifications, from $69,627 to $116,043.

  • A work culture that values teamwork,teaching and mentoring psychology students, collaboration, professional development and personal growth, and collegiality.

  • Generous time, and financial support, for professional development both within and outside of your work time.

  • A leadership team committed to supporting work/life balance, acknowledging personal and professional successes and offering support for personal and professional challenges, and building a more equitable, diverse, and inclusive workplace and set of student services.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. If suitable Canadian citizens or permanent residents cannot be found, other individuals will be considered. The University of Alberta is committed to an equitable, diverse, and inclusive workforce. We welcome applications from all qualified persons. We encourage women; First Nations, Métis and Inuit persons; members of visible minority groups; persons with disabilities; persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity and expression; and all those who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas and the University to apply.

For more information and how to apply online, please visit the full ad posting at: https://www.careers.ualberta.ca/Competition/A114846891/

Registered Psychologist – Prince Albert

The Prince Albert Branch of the Learning Disabilities Association of Saskatchewan (LDAS) is growing, and we need you! We require a part time Registered Psychologist to join our team. LDAS promotes the education, employment, wellness, and human rights of those experiencing learning disabilities, disorders, and ADHD. We focus on providing children and adults with the best educational and social supports possible through person-centred services because we recognize people experiencing disabilities are all unique with their own specific needs and requirements. This also allows us to build upon the strengths and areas for development of each individual and to tailor our services to meet their specific needs and unique circumstances. We are committed to a strong ethic of timely, reliable, and effective service to clients and stakeholders across the province to ensure those needs are met.

The Registered Psychologist reports to the Manager of Psychological Services and is bound by the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists. This role joins a team of other registered psychologists, teachers, coaches, and therapists who are employed at our four provincial locations across the province to deliver ADHD coaching, tutoring, GED programs, employability coaching, academic strategy support, various therapies, psychoeducational assessments, and other services to people of all ages.

Our Registered Psychologists play a vital role in our organization, through the completion of psychoeducational assessments, delivery of approved therapies, provision of expertise in several day-to-day activities and liaising with various external stakeholders.


  • Master of Educational Psychology.

  • Registered or able to be registered with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists.

  • Authorized Practice Endorsement (APE)

  • Superior communication skills.

  • Proven team player.

  • Willingness and ability to take on leadership roles in a variety of circumstances.

  • Ability to effectively manage time while meeting deadlines.

  • A winning attitude.

  • Excellent problem-solving skills.

  • Criminal record check with vulnerable sector

This position is part time, with flexible hours. We offer a comprehensive benefits package with a company matched pension plan. Starting salary is $50,000.00 annually – 99.5 workdays per year.

We thank all applicants, however, only applicants chosen for an interview will be contacted.

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter and current resume to the Manager of Psychological Services;

Brendan Newton brendann@ldas.org

Psychologist – Victoria, BC

CBI Health is Canada’s leading community healthcare provider, and our passionate team is at the heart of what we do. Every day, our 13,000 staff make a meaningful difference in our clients’ lives as we live the core values that define us: heart, respect, reliability, teamwork and innovation. Along with mentoring and continuous learning opportunities to help advance your career, we are building a culture of inspiration, recognition and celebration for the meaningful work our team does every day, all across the country. Join the new CBI Health and find where your better begins.

As a Registered Psychologist engaged in your profession, you enjoy working with colleagues and clients to deliver great mental health services and outcomes. This includes working with clientele presenting with complex pain conditions, trauma, and opioid dependency. You are an engaging and effective communicator, authoring clear and concise reports. You possess excellent assessment and treatment skills and appreciate collaborating with other health professionals to develop and implement treatment plans with a return to function focus. You embrace the challenge of providing excellent access and timely reporting so that our clients can return to their highest level of function as quickly as possible.

In addition to being registered to practice in British Columbia and having experience, you share the same values: Heart/Passion, Teamwork, Respect, Reliability and Innovation. And because we like to have fun at work, you have a friendly, energetic, and team-oriented nature. This opportunity is a permanent full-time or part time role located at 605 Discovery Street in Victoria, BC.

What you will need to be successful in this role:

  • Hold a master’s, doctoral or equivalent graduate degree in Psychology from an institution approved by the BC Board of Examiners in Psychology

  • Have experience, education, training and supervision in psychology practice

  • Be a current member in good standing with the College of Psychologists of British Columbia or the college in the Province

  • Maintain individual professional liability/malpractice insurance

  • All team members are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide proof of vaccination upon hire or provide a valid medical exemption

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:

  • Continuous learning and skills development, including management opportunities

  • Training and mentoring from a national network of experts

  • Competitive compensation with comprehensive benefits and rewards package, including group health, dental and vision benefits, paid 100% by the employer

  • Flexible working hours and virtual care options

  • Reimbursement of the annual membership fee to the professional order

About Us

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.

Please send your resume to Tamsin Holland at tholland@cbihealth.ca

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.




Kinetik Rehabilitation Services is a leading tertiary level provider of physical and mental health rehabilitation and disability management services for individuals, insurers, corporations and the private sector in Saskatchewan. Kinetik strives to provide an evidence-based approach to practice, through an integrated holistic model and collaborative interdisciplinary team approach.

Kinetik psychologists work with individuals with physical injuries and chronic pain, as well as psychological injuries and concerns including PTSD, anxiety, depression, loss/change, and life stressors.

This position provides an excellent opportunity to work with a very supportive and collaborative interdisciplinary team. For more information about Kinetik, please visit www.kinetikrehab.com








Registered or eligible for registration with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists.

Successful completion of CPA and/or APA accredited pre-doctoral internship program.

PhD in Clinical Psychology from an accredited university program.


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 psychologicalfactors on health.

Knowledgeable in the treatment of trauma and clinical mental health conditions.

Further job information can be found at:


Direct your inquiries to:

Dan Myers at (306) 655-8966 or

email: daniel.myers@saskhealthauthority.ca

Kinetik Rehab Services- Saskatchewan Health Authority

8th Floor - Saskatoon City Hospital

701 Queen Street, Saskatoon, SK S7K 0M7

Phone: (306) 655-8974

Fax: (306) 655-7878

Kinetik Rehabilitation Services

visit: www.kinetikrehab.com

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