CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST IN PRIVATE PRACTICE – HALIFAX, NS
We at CRUX Psychology are seeking a psychologist to join our busy and expanding practice. We provide expert therapy and assessment services backed by science and delivered with compassion. We are community-minded, including strong advocacy for some of Nova Scotia’s most vulnerable citizens. This position is open to part-time or full-time psychologists whose primary area of practice is within clinical or counselling psychology. You will offer exceptional psychological services related to assessment and treatment. As our caseload greatly exceeds our capacity, we can definitely help establish and build your client base. Hours are flexible and self-determined. Daytime, evening, and/or weekend hours are possible. Telehealth opportunities are available.
Jenni Sherry is the practice manager and leader of CRUX Psychology. She ensures a smooth-running operation by handling the business side of the practice, freeing psychologists to focus on clinical tasks and making the experience at CRUX pleasant for all. Her extensive management and communications background make her a great asset to the practice. Psychologists are also supported by Kaitlin Samson, the full-time office administrator. She takes care of everything from client bookings and appointment preparation to ensuring a clean and comfortable office space. Dr. Simon Sherry is a tenured Professor at Dalhousie University as well as a psychologist at CRUX Psychology. He provides treatment for diverse problems including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, trauma, personality disorders, and perfectionism. His clinical services are grounded in evidence-based practice. For more information about CRUX Psychology, please visit www.cruxpsychology.ca.
This position provides a great opportunity to work in a highly collaborative, supportive, and fast-paced environment in a newly renovated and modern office space on Clyde Street, in the heart of Halifax, Nova Scotia. Halifax is a thriving business hub with a strong creative and entrepreneurial community. The city is young and vibrant with an easy-going east coast culture.
• Doctoral degree in psychology (clinical or counselling psychology)
• Eligible for registration with Nova Scotia Board of Examiners in Psychology as a registered psychologist or candidate register
• Experience providing assessment and treatment services to adults or adolescents
• Current professional liability insurance
• Able to work independently and as part of a team
• Entrepreneurial mindset
• Pre-employment criminal record and vulnerable sector checks
Hours and Salary: Flexible hours (including telehealth) and competitive rates.
Contact: Interested psychologists should contact Jenni Sherry directly at email@example.com. Please include a cover letter (including contact information for two references) and curriculum vitae when applying. Successful candidates will be contacted for an interview.
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