Employment


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.

Requirements:

  • 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

Saskatchewan Therapy Services

Part-Time

In-person + Virtual Therapy

Saskatchewan Therapy Services is an independent private practice counselling agency looking for highly skilled and experienced mental health professionals. We continue to outgrow the demands for service and are looking to expand with the growing interest and need for private counselling services. We believe in exceptional client care and treatment, and are seeking like-minded individuals to join as independent contractor.

The current position available is for a Registered Psychologist or Master’s of Social Work clinician who can provide service for in-person or virtual sessions. This position is a great addition to your current full-time job where you can work very-part time if you like (i.e. one consistent evening a week). Following an agreed upon minimum amount of sessions per week, you are welcome to work more if you choose as your caseload builds.

We believe in honoring work and family balance, and helping therapists do the work they love without extra stress or bureaucracy. Saskatchewan Therapy Services values helping clients understand the root of their difficulties through trauma informed care, and allowing clinicians to practice and provide service based on the client need.

Saskatchewan Therapy Services pays out based on a percentage split of the independent contractor rate beginning at $80/hour per client session (or higher depending on the client fee/format of session). Saskatchewan Therapy Services covers all client referrals, advertising and marketing, office space, administrative costs such as website, email, wifi, payment system, billing etc.

Our office is located in Just For You day spa, upstairs in their 8th Street location in our own private therapy offices.

You can view our team, office and how we practice on our website: www.sasktherapyservices.ca

Our Instagram page is: @therapysask

Saskatchewan Therapy Services provides:

· Client referrals

· Intake coordination

· Office space including reception and waiting area for clients; wifi

· Free parking for staff and clients

· Template packages for all forms, consents, billing, etc.

· Individual consultation and supervision as needed

· Marketing and advertising

· Growth opportunity

· Flexible scheduling, including ability to work remotely for Phone/Zoom/Telehealth clients

· Payment and Billing System

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Requirements of the Applicant:

· Master’s or Doctoral degree in Psychology or Social Work.

· Provide evidence-based individual, family and/or couples therapy. Those trained and experienced in couples work specifically may be prioritized.

· Previous experience working with trauma-based therapy, and an understanding of attachment and process-based methodologies.

· Knowledge of the DSM and psychiatric disorders.

· Awareness of outside community resources.

· Ongoing professional development, on top of current research and methodologies.

· The individual is extremely organized, detail-orientated, positive, and able to function as an independent contractor and part of a small team.

· Exceptional client care with minimal response times.

· Maintain professional liability insurance and registration requirements annually

· Your own management of files and client information.

· All materials and storage associated with modalities you practice (books, worksheets, etc.)

· Your own means of teletherapy (zoom, doxy, etc.)

· Providing a free 30-minute consultation to every new client (unpaid); meant to be a screening and protection for clients and the therapist.

· Notes, communication, and admin time.

· Tracking and sending in monthly stats which determine clients seen and amount paid out at the end of each month.

· 24-hour window to respond to all initial client inquiries, requests, and communication (unless it's a weekend or stat holiday).

· Your own accounting and management of bookkeeping and taxes.

Please send your resume and information to: info@sasktherapyservices.ca


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.

PROGRAM/CURRICULUM DEVELOPER

TERM – MARCH 31, 2023

Indigenous Mental Health and Wellness and COVID19


The First Nations University of Canada invites applications for a Term Curriculum Developer to work with the INHS faculty to develop and organize all activities related to the creation of a new Indigenous Health Studies program. This new program in Indigenous mental health and wellness will be provided through online or synchronized delivery to students across Canada. This a term position until March 31, 2023 with no plan to extend beyond that date.

The Organization:

The First Nations University of Canada’s mission is to enhance the quality of life, and to preserve, protect, and interpret the history, language, culture, and artistic heritage of First Nations. The University will acquire and expand its base of knowledge and understanding in the best interests of First Nations and for the benefit of society by providing opportunities of quality bilingual and bicultural education under the mandate and control of the First Nations of Saskatchewan. The First Nations University of Canada is a First Nations controlled university that provides educational opportunities to both First Nations and non-First Nations students selected from a provincial, national, and international base. First Nations University is a federated college of the University of Regina, and its academic programs are accredited through that institution.

Position Duties and Objectives:

In consultation and with direction from the FNUniv Indigenous Health Program Coordinator, the Program/Curriculum Developer will:

a. Consult with health services to examine gaps in mental health services to Indigenous communities.

b. Develop a responsive, Indigenous-led, gender specific, and community-driven Indigenous mental health and wellness post-secondary level program that offers a holistic approach to mental wellness.

c. Develop 1st and 2nd year courses for online and face to face delivery. Develop all the 3rd and 4th year classes for primarily online.

d. Develop the program with Indigenous communities to create an post-secondary education program that is land-based and driven by Indigenous pedagogies.

e. Work with and consult with current Indigenous Health Program faculty, the Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies (University of Regina) to develop and timetable courses.

Qualifications:

The candidate must demonstrate experience in these qualities or have the equivalent of these competencies:

Ph.D. in relevant discipline

Demonstrated experience in developing curriculum for distance and online delivery

Ability to manage own workload, meet deadlines, and provide reports to a supervisor

Effective research and design skills with attention to accuracy and detail

Education experience, especially in an Indigenous context, considered an asset

Experience in working with and fostering relationships with Knowledge Keepers, Elders and community representatives to prioritize and maintain the integrity of Indigenous-led mental health and wellness practices.

Application Procedure:

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. The First Nations University of Canada relies on section 48 of The Saskatchewan Human Rights Code to give preference in employment for this position; therefore, please indicate your status on the cover letter.

To apply for this position please apply online at www.fnuniv.ca. FNUniv only accepts online applications.

Application Deadline: November 18, 2021

The First Nations University of Canada thanks you for your interest. Please note: only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Enquiries should be directed to Human Resources at (306) 790-5950 ext. 2505 or email at humanresources@fnuniv.ca.

QueensBridge is expanding, come join our team!


Dr. Katherine Shebelski and Dr. Chelsea Delparte are looking for a part time psychologist to join the QueensBridge team at our Saskatoon Location!

We offer competitive compensation, flexible working hours, and a comprehensive health and dental package. We take care of providing client referrals, marketing, a professional office space, electronic client management and booking software with telehealth capabilities, clinical resources and testing materials, and clinical consultation.


As a member of the team, you would have shared access to a spacious, newly furnished office located just across from the University of Saskatchewan and Royal University Hospital. The office is available for use all day Saturday through Tuesday each week, and Wednesday through Friday evenings. The building itself is secure with a front reception, waiting area, executive boardroom, and ample client parking. Underground parking is available for an additional fee. It is fully wheelchair accessible and available for use outside of normal business hours.


The successful applicant will possess a Ph.D. in Psychology and will be eligible for insurance and registration with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists. Due to the large number of referrals, we receive from police and paramedic services, preference will be given to those who are experienced with evidence-based trauma interventions, such as Prolonged Exposure and Cognitive Processing Therapy. An Authorized Practice Endorsement (APE) is required. Applicants eligible for provisional registration are welcome to apply.


To apply, please contact Dr. Shebelski at dr.shebelski@qbpsychology.ca. View our office space and meet the team at www.qbpsychology.ca.

Registered Psychologist


The Learning Disabilities Association of Saskatchewan (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 believe that equity for individuals within the community will promotes the health and well-being of all, especially the vulnerable, which often includes those experiencing disabilities. 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.

Requirements:

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 full time, with flexible hours. We offer a comprehensive benefits package with a company matched pension plan. Starting salary is $100,000.00 annually – 199 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 LisaH@ldas.org

Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board is seeking to increase mental health treatment capacity, throughout the province, to meet the needs of our injured workers. We are actively looking for providers to take on psychology services and provide evidence-based care to workers with psychological injuries. The minimum requirements to become an accredited provider include: a Master’s level degree in clinical or counselling psychology with training within a health care environment, and diagnostic authority (APE).

Prior to providing services, a mandatory orientation session of approximately 2-3 hours will be required. Please note, that this orientation can count towards continuing education credits and would be provided to successful applicants (at no cost).

All interested Psychologists may contact Liane Fafard, Health Care Services Admin Assistant, at 306-787-4339 or lfafard@wcbsask.com to request a copy of the accreditation application. A copy of the Accreditation Request form, as well as a list of the documents that will need to be attached to the accreditation request, on our website at https://www.wcbsask.com/psychologists under Accreditation.

The deadline to submit the completed accreditation paperwork is October 31, 2021.


Psychologist – Safety Sensitive

WHO ARE WE?

Onion Lake Family Services supports families by collaborating with our community and elders to assist our children, youth and families to thrive in a nurturing and safe environment. Onion Lake Cree Nation is a Plains Cree First Nation in Treaty Six Territory bordering the Alberta and Saskatchewan Provincial border, approximately 50 km north of Lloydminster. The Nation has approximately 585 square km of land area and a membership of approximately 6500. Onion Lake Family Services is an incorporated body that serves children and families in the community. We pride ourselves as being a leader among Indigenous communities providing services related to child welfare. We provide both Prevention and Protection services following the mandates set forth under The Child and Family Services Act of Saskatchewan. We are looking to expand our service with a Psychologist who will work closely with families and the community to ensure positive outcomes for the children of Onion Lake Cree Nation.


Job Summary

The Psychologist is directly accountable to the Executive Director and is bound by the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists. S/he will provide counselling services for the families and children that are in care of the Agency. The candidate will be able to provide assessment, treatment and on-going support to all clients. This position will work closely with family workers, children and their families to plan effective interventions and solutions based on the unique situation on the family. As well, s/he will collaborate with external departments to ensure broad spectrum of support is available to all community members.


Location: Onion Lake Child and Family Services

Department: Administration

# Of Positions:1

Term: Permanent Position

Core Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Please note, some evenings and weekends may be required


Based on these services, we are seeking an energetic, engaging and dynamic individual that can use a collaborative and creative approach to engage with First Nations children and families.

Essential Functions:

Administer psychological assessments to children and families

Collaborate with families and the Agency to build plans to suit the needs of the family

Provide a range of assessment, diagnosis, treatment and consultation services for a variety of mental health needs.

Assessing the clinical needs of children and families and augment traditional services

Perform diagnostic interviews (both structured and non-structured) with clients to collect relevant information which will aid in the diagnosis of mental illnesses

Choosing, administering, scoring and interpretation of psychological tests to assess cognitive abilities, achievement levels, attention abilities, emotional functioning, personality functioning and mental health disorders within scope of practice

Create comprehensive psychological reports which include all relevant material and provide recommendations

Formulate clinical and treatment plans using knowledge of mental illness, cognitive functioning, behaviors and substance abuse

Maintain and protect confidential records and case reporting consistent with policy, procedures and ethical standards, as part of the case management process

Planning and implementing evidence-based initiatives designed to promote mental health and prevent disorder

Administration and interpretation of executive functioning, memory, as well as adaptive, social-emotional and behavioral assessments

Communicating results and recommendations in a gentle way to families

Other duties as required

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Demonstrated knowledge of various mental disorders

Skills in providing counselling and therapy the individuals and groups

Knowledge of First Nations History and the effects on First Nations people

Understanding of the treatment and management of clients with mental illness including programs and intervention

Knowledge of principles and applications of psychological services such as assessment, treatments, programs and crisis intervention

Areas of emphasis may include trauma, early psychosis and other complex mental health presentations

Knowledge of ethical principles guiding the professional practice of psychology

Interpersonal and problem solving skills

Strong verbal and written communication skills

Ability to work collaboratively with various departments and government Agencies

Ability to effectively manage time while meeting deadlines

Be able to focus on clients while understanding the community vision, mission and values of the organization

Ability to team build with a positive work ethic

Strong Cree cultural knowledge

Requirements:

Masters in Psychology

Must be registered of able to register with Saskatchewan College of Psychologists

Authorized Practice Endorsement with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists

Ph.D. in psychology is an asset

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

Ability to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends as required

Ability to speak Cree an asset

An understanding of the Cree culture would be an asset

Ability to provide a clear Criminal background check, including vulnerable sector

Possess a valid Class 5 driver’s license and acceptable drivers’ abstract

Onion Lake Family Services offers an excellent working environment with supportive leadership and staff. We offer competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits package and career advancement opportunities. We are an equal opportunity employer. Relocation allowance will be considered for those who need to relocate.

Deadline Date: Until Filled

We thank all applicants, however, only qualified applicants with completed applications will be contacted for an interview.

Interested applicants, who meet the qualifications as listed above, must submit:

1. Cover letter

2. Current resume with dates specified

3. List of three current references with phone numbers

4. Criminal record check with vulnerable sector (within 6 months)

5. Drivers Abstract (within 6 months)

Submit applications to: Tina Burton, RPR, CMP

HR Coordinator

Onion Lake Family Services

Box 29 Onion Lake, SK S0M 2E0


Email: tina.burton@olfs.ca

Fax: (306) 344-4755

Our thriving private counselling practice, located just off Broadway Avenue in Saskatoon, is expanding. We have an opportunity for a full- time partner. Due to our high standards for providing professional and ethical services we currently have a large referral base and a waitlist of clients. All partners choose their own flexible work hours that best balance professional and personal time. Administrative, bookkeeping, and software support is included.

The qualified candidate will have a Master’s Degree or PhD, at least 5 years of clinical experience and be eligible for insurance and registration in a professional body such as the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers or the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists. Must be able to work in a collaborative setting where decisions are made by consensus. Preference will be given to those with declared competency in psychological/educational assessments and possessing Authorized Practice Endorsement (APE).

For further information about joining our team or to apply, please send your resume to

info@crossroadstherapy.ca or:

Crossroads Therapeutic Solutions

617 C Main Street East

Saskatoon, SK S7H 0J8

www.crossroadstherapy.ca

Independent Contractor

Our well-established Saskatoon mental health counselling office has an effective and coordinated team of long-term, experienced professionals and full-time administrative support staff. For our therapists, we provide booking and administrative support, a training allowance, competitive remuneration, full control of availability, and many other advantages characteristic of a progressive firm.

Currently, we are looking for an Independent Contractor to provide 40 (or more) counselling hours per month. A Registered Psychologist is preferred, but a Registered Social Worker would be considered. The successful candidate will be a Masters’ level (or above) therapist with valid registration with a recognized Saskatchewan governing body, holds $2M+ in professional liability insurance, and has 5+ years’ clinical experience. An established caseload would be an asset. The successful candidate would need the ability to function well, both as an independent practitioner and as a member of our internal team and larger referral network

Please respond to therapistapplication@outlook.com. All applications will be held in the strictest confidence.





PHD PSYCHOLOGIST

KINETIK REHAB SERVICES-SASKATOON, SK

SASKATCHEWAN HEALTH AUTHORITY


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


OFFERING:

FULL AND PART-TIME POSITIONS

COMPETITIVE SALARY

EXTENSIVE TRAINING, MENTORSHIP AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES

RELOCATION ASSISTANCE

EXTENDED HEALTH BENEFITS AND PENSION PLAN


QUALIFICATIONS:

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.


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 psychologicalfactors on health.

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


Further job information can be found at:

www.healthcareersinsask.ca

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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