Clinical Psychologist – Psychological Services for the RCMP
About the Role:
Are you looking for a new challenge working with a unique population? Looking to specialize in psychological services for law enforcement? This career opportunity offers joining the healthcare team at RCMP “F” and Depot Division and providing psychological services current RCMP members and prospective members.
Develop professional expertise in the following areas:
Specialized Psychological Assessment for Law Enforcement
Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM)
Applicant and Cadet Psychological Screening
Occupational Health Consultation
In this role you will enjoy:
Exceptionally Collaborative Healthcare Team
Competitive Compensation with benefits
Range of Presenting Issues
A degree in Clinical Psychology from an accredited university and a license for autonomous practice with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists
5 years of post-graduate experience, under a license for autonomous, completing psycho-diagnostic assessments, including differential diagnosis, and knowledge of various methods of therapy, diagnostic tests, and mental disorders that may affect the person and professional functioning of an adult population
Type of Assignment:
Schedule: Full-time (Part-time hours may be accommodated)
Hours: Regular daytime hours
Location: 5600-11th Avenue, Regina, SK, S4P 3J7
Compensation: Competitive salary plus 4 weeks paid vacation, extended medical and dental health benefits
Team: Psychologist(s), Occupational Health nurses, Physicians, and on-site support staff.
Contact Amy Robillard, Health Services Recruiter at email@example.com for more information.
Calian is proud to work with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to provide healthcare services to current and prospective regular members. Through the Health Care Provider Contract, Calian employs individuals across Canada who are integral to supporting the health and wellbeing of regular members.
Fly-in/Fly-out Clinical Therapist
Are you a youth focused clinical therapist seeking a new challenge or change of pace? If so, consider joining our team as a Fly-in/Fly-out Clinical Therapist. Working in a Northern community under the guidance of the Clinical Supervisor, the Clinical Therapist is responsible for providing individual counselling sessions, facilitating psychoeducational and therapeutic groups, and providing educational discussion groups for staff at our residential care facilities.
Working with staff and youth to develop personalized treatment plans
Working with staff to evaluate and monitor treatment plans
Prepare and deliver weekly ‘solos’ - individual therapeutic counselling sessions for each client in care.
Prepare and deliver weekly ‘duets’ - small group experiential therapeutic sessions outside of the residence.
Prepare and deliver weekly ‘groups’ - full group workshops on topics such as substance abuse, sexuality, trauma recovery, grief and loss, self-harm, emotional regulation, mindfulness, and more.
Facilitate regular staff education and wellness groups
Use clinical judgement to support interventions for youth in crisis and assess youth for potential harm.
Thoroughly document all therapeutic interventions with detailed case notes.
Build healthy relationships with youth in the residence by participating in aspects of the regular residential program.
Promote a friendly, supportive environment for co-operative living and conflict resolution skills.
Maintain client files, incident reports, and other reports as needed
Work systematically within the local community by networking and building and effective partnerships with community services and community members.
Bring energy, enthusiasm and a genuine desire to improve the wellbeing of young people in care to the job.
Master’s degree in Social Work or Counselling from an accredited postsecondary institution or an acceptable combination of education and experience.
Be a member in good standing and have current registration with a provincial licensing body.
Demonstrated experience working therapeutically with children and adolescents.
Understanding of modalities such as DBT, CBT, MI and trauma informed approaches to care.
Experience working with clients who may be experiencing challenges such as self-harm, suicidal ideation, complex or acute trauma, or who may present with behaviours related to undiagnosed mental health concerns.
Demonstrated confidence and ability to create and facilitate therapeutic sessions on a wide range of topics.
An ability to think outside of the box and work creatively with youth who may be resistant to traditional clinical approaches.
A sense of humour and the ability to work within a fast paced and changing environment.
Direct experience treating trauma and grief and loss are strong assets.
Experience conducting behavioural assessments is a strong asset.
Experience with supervision considered an asset.
Mandatory valid CPR, First Aid, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention, ASIST, WHMIS, and Food Handler’s certification.
Must possess a valid unrestricted driver’s license.
Demonstrated understanding and sensitivity to the intergenerational impacts of colonialism and residential schooling in Canadian Aboriginal communities.
Demonstrated knowledge of the Circle of Courage model of care considered an asset.
Successful candidates are responsible for providing a clear criminal reference check, vulnerable sector screening, a clear driver’s abstract, up to date immunization record, as well as clear tuberculosis skin test.
40 hours per week - flexed to meet youth being served Location: Fort Smith, Northwest Territories
Starting Compensation: $13,455 / 10-week rotation Rotating Schedule: 10 weeks on / 10 weeks off
Start Date: Position will be filled as soon as a suitable candidate is chosen, please do not delay in applying. Apply to firstname.lastname@example.org or through our Career Portal https://careers.experienceshift.ca/
Formerly known as Atlantic Youth, Shift is a privately owned and operated human services and experiential learning company based in the Head of St. Margaret’s Bay, Nova Scotia. Founded in 2011, Shift is a progressive company that provides individual and family services in the Maritimes, youth programming nationally, and operates youth group care programs in Nunavut and NWT.
Get an inside look at working with Shift - Meet the Team
Trailcross is an eight-bed/24-hour treatment and therapeutic group care facility for youth aged 12- 18. Located in Fort Smith, NWT, the program blends modern clinical practices with comprehensive cultural and outdoor education. Trailcross is proudly operated by Shift.
Mind Matters Clinic
We are a group of mental health professionals, and are looking to add a partner to our Clinical Psychology team.
If you are a Senior Registered Clinical Psychologist and are interested in maintaining a full-time practice while also taking on a partnership and managerial role within the clinic, we can provide you with that opportunity. We have a full staff of clinicians, an administrative assistant, and over three decades of a consistent referral source and client base.
If you are looking for more of a part-time commitment and want an ongoing referral base, or space to operate your practice, we could negotiate different types of working relationships. Salary would be commensurate with training and experience.
If you are would like more information about our Clinic, go to www.mindmattersclinic.ca . Please feel free to call Mind Matters Clinic
at (204) 477-8555 and speak to either Dr. Cathy Moser or Dr. Jay Greenfeld if you have any questions. You may fax your CV and cover
letter to (204) 487-4248 or email to: email@example.com
Prairie Psychology Services
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.
Registered Psychologists & Registered Provisionals…We’re hiring!
Choose the days you work and set your own hours.
We are a busy and well-respected Private Counselling Practice in Saskatoon and we are growing again! We’ve just moved into a brand new, beautiful and huge new location and we are currently looking for Registered Psychologists, &/or Provisional Psychologists to join us.
Our excellent team at Penney Murphy & Associates has created a positive, supportive, fun and encouraging environment where we work collaboratively to help our clients realize progress. We have very low turnover and are we hope you’ll become part of our team!
The ideal candidates will have a positive attitude and two to five years of clinical counselling experience with adults, youth or children.
Choose a schedule that fits your life and your needs.
We currently have the following positions available.
Fulltime Dayshift (choose Monday – Friday or Tuesday – Saturday) to provide 5 one hour client sessions per day.
A Dayshift available on Mondays, on Fridays, and/or Saturdays.
Choose one, two or three days to provide 5 one hour client sessions per day.
Late Afternoon/Evening shifts Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesday & Thursdays.
Choose one or more evenings to provide 2 – 3 one hour client sessions per shift. Or choose a combination of days and evening shifts.
We offer a competitive wage and we take care of everything including providing you with a professional office space, computer, office supplies, full administrative support, electronic scheduling, invoicing, marketing, clinical consultation and more.
We also provide clients for you so there is no self marketing required. You simply come in and do your great clinical work.
Responsibilities and Duties
Provide clinical counselling services to adults, youth and/or children
Offer individual, and/or couples or family counselling sessions
Manage client files
Access clinical supervision and professional development
Attend team meetings as required
Qualifications and Skills
2 – 5 years clinical counselling experience required
Masters level education preferred
Registered Psychologist, or Registered Provisional Psychologist
Be in good standing with your professional association
Professional liability insurance
Work from an eclectic approach using a variety of therapeutic and clinical methods including CBT, DBT, Solution Focused, Narrative, etc.
Mental health knowledge and experience is an asset
Be able to work in a Private Practice Setting with minimal supervision.
If this is of interest to you, please email your cover letter and CV to email@example.com
Closing date: March 15 th , 2021
City of Prince Albert- Casual Clinical Psychologist
SASKATCHEWAN COLLEGE OF PSYCHOLOGISTS
The Saskatchewan College of Psychologists (www.skcp.ca), the regulatory body for psychologists, invites applications for the a part-time (.5 FTE) position of Deputy Registrar.
Reporting to the Registrar, the Deputy Registrar will, under the authority of the Psychologists Act 1997: support the work of various committees of the College as required, and support the work of the Registrar such as: develop and administer policies, research and develop advisories; register new applicants; provide information on the College at various forums. Responsibilities are performed according to the policies of the College, ethical standards, professional practice guidelines and positive public relations.
Minimum qualifications: Registered Full Practice Psychologist; 5+ yrs. of Full Practice licensure experience; regulatory and association experience is an asset; commitment to the mandate and strategic goals of the College; knowledge of professional and ethical issues, of psychology regulation, and of legislative and political processes; strong interpersonal skills, sound judgment, clear communication and analytical skills; reliable and independent work ethic; demonstrated experience in teamwork environments. Some travel and flexibility in terms of work hours are required.
Position location: Regina.
Start date: to be negotiated.
Salary range: $95,000.00 – 116,000.00 (salary will be prorated to part-time rate).
Please submit a curriculum vitae, 3 professional references, and a covering letter by February 5, 2021 to:
Saskatchewan College of Psychologists
1026 Winnipeg Street, Regina, SK S4S 8P8
Fax: (306) 352-1697
Candidates under consideration will be contacted for an interview. Should a suitable candidate not be found the competition will remain open until such time as one is found.
Interior Health Authority is urgently seeking a permanent full-time Clinical Psychologist to support our Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) clients in Kelowna, B.C. In accordance with established vision and values of the organization and the College of Psychologists of British Columbia established standards of professional practice, this position is responsible for providing psychological services, including assessment, individual and group therapy, treatment planning and behaviour management interventions for the assigned clinical practice area(s).
In addition to direct service provision, the Clinical Psychologist contributes to ongoing quality improvement, program development, evaluation, and research. The position supports a multidisciplinary and collaborative approach to service delivery within the continuum of Allied Health services. This position is based at our Kelowna Community Health Centre and will primarily support two Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) teams. The ACT teams utilize a team-based care treatment model for complex clients with severe and persistent psychiatric illness, and concurrent health and social challenges within outreach, community and home based settings. The ACT teams provide frequent, ongoing mental health assessments, case management, housing assistance, family support and substance use services.
This is a permanent full-time opportunity (Grade B, Grid 18). Days of work are Monday to Friday from 08:00-16:00 with weekends and start 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:
Recognition of previous experience in determining salary
Extended health and dental plan
Generous employer paid vacation & sick time
Pension plan, life insurance & LTD
Training and career development opportunities
We are seeking a motivated team player who brings strong psychological assessment skills including cognitive, intellectual, memory, DSM diagnosis, treatment planning. The successful candidate will demonstrate significant capability in the provision of individual and group evidence based psychological therapies and behavioural consultation, with clients presenting complex psychiatric/substance misuse concerns.
Community: The vibrant and growing city of Kelowna has so much on offer for professionals and families to enjoy such as local ski hills, restaurants, vineyards, golfing, hiking and biking trails, amazing beaches and a diverse arts and culture scene. Come live, work and play where others only vacation.
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).
Five years recent related experience in clinical psychology in the assigned clinical practice area(s).
SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Assessment and Treatment
Human Caring and Relationship Centered Practice
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