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Posted January 12, 2018
Edmonton Catholic Schools - Registered Psychologist

Edmonton Catholic Schools is a large urban school district whose mission is to provide a Catholic education that inspires students to learn and that prepares them to live fully and to serve God in one another. The District is comprised of over 42,000 students and 5,000 employees in 96 schools and other sites.

 

Edmonton Catholic Schools requires a Registered Psychologist to provide psychological counseling and assessment services to District students aged five to eighteen years of age. The incumbent identifies, diagnoses and treats delays, disorders and behavioural issues. The job’s focus is working with students that have developmental delays and/or behavioural disorders.


The job also provides psychological expertise and participates on multi-disciplinary teams to support developmental and learning strategies for children and their families as well as individual and broad-based supports for teacher and school teams. The incumbent provides clinical supervision to Provisional Psychologists including mentoring, coaching and training.


This is a permanent, full-time, Out of Scope, Level 7 position with a salary range of $67,504.00 - $84,393.00 (10 month); $81,006.00-$101,273.00 (12 month). Position to commence as soon as possible. The successful applicant’s starting salary will be based on the individual’s education, qualifications and directly related experience.

Edmonton Catholic School District offers a comprehensive benefits program as part of its total compensation package.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Liaise closely with the teachers, early learning facilitators; educational assistants, social workers, specialists and parents/guardians who participate as part of each student’s program planning team;
  • Liaise closely with principals, early learning and inclusive education consultants to identify and coordinate individual children’s need;
  • Administer, score and interpret standardized psychological assessments;
  • Write assessment reports to share with parents, school administrators and consultants;
  • Recommend intervention strategies which include programing for generalization in the classroom, home and new environments;
  • Consult with other professionals (both within and outside the District) to gather background information and coordinate additional services for children to meet the individual’s need.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in psychology, plus three years directly related experience;
  • Full registration with the Alberta College of Psychologists;
  • Advanced knowledge of assessment, diagnoses and treatment principles, practices and professional standards;
  • Knowledge of behavioral therapy principles, practices and standards;
  • Advanced assessment, analytical and problem-solving skills to identify and address educational barriers;
  • Advanced skills in counseling, consultation and collaboration;
  • Strong mediation, negotiation and conflict resolution skills and the ability to work within tight deadlines;
  • Strong written and oral communication skills and the ability to communicate highly technical information to a varied group of stakeholders;
  • Must be a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident.

 

For further information on this job opportunity, please contact Alara Hedebring at Alara.Hedebring@ecsd.net.

 

To apply, please email a letter of interest and resume to:

Alara Hedebring, Manager, Psychology
Specialized Services
resumesearlylearning@ecsd.net

 

This position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.

 

Prior to employment, successful candidates will be required to submit Police Information Check and Intervention Record Check documents.

 

We thank all candidates for their interest. Only applicants considered for the position will be contacted.


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Posted January 12, 2018
AHS Ponoka - Registered Psychologist

Requisition #: ALB00022198
Location: Ponoka, Alberta
Job Type: Temporary Full Time
Salary: $41.58 – $55.25 per hour

Your Opportunity:

This position reports to a Unit Manager within the Adult Inpatient Program at the Centennial Centre for Mental Health and Brain Injury and serves individuals who have psychiatric conditions requiring specialized assessment, treatment and rehabilitation services through an interdisciplinary approach. In this progressive and expanding service, with a commitment to professional development and excellence, you will provide psychological services to our acute units within an interdisciplinary model. Psychological services will include the assessment, consultation, treatment/psychotherapy, treatment planning, and administrative duties. There may be opportunities for program evaluation, research activities, as well as collaborative projects with other professionals and psychologists from this and other programs within the hospital. The psychology group as a whole will be involved in the management of the caseload.

In the heart of Central Alberta, Ponoka is located 54 km north of Red Deer and 95 km south of Edmonton on highway 2A. With a population of around 7000, Ponoka is known for its Annual Ponoka Stampede which hosts nearly 3000 campers every year. Ponoka is home to a world class 18-hole Ponoka Community Golf Club, and the legendary 27 hole Wolf Creek Golf Resort is nearby. There are 8 km of trails systems which run through the lush Battle River Valley and are connected to the Trans-Canada Trail System. Several parks in the around the area offer mini golf, trout ponds and hiking and nature trails. Ponoka is a recreation paradise with a beautiful Aquaplex, Arena, ball diamonds, soccer fields and tennis courts for your enjoyment.

Description:

As a Psychologist I, you will work with or within teams to provide a range of standard level psychology services to patients and their families within the established standards, directives, and policies for the work environment.

Your services may include: psychological screening and/or assessment, diagnosis, interventions, rehabilitation, prevention and promotion, as well as education activities.
You will collaborate with the multi-disciplinary team of healthcare professionals in planning and implementing services that align with best practice and ethical and professional standards. You will provide input to the interprofessional team related to psychological factors, barriers and dynamics that influence client treatment planning, participation, outcomes and team functioning, and consults/collaborates with teams and community services.

Your duties may also include providing supervision to psychometrists, provisional psychologists and/or masters level psychology students, and providing input into program, policy and/or procedure development in addition to participating in formal research initiatives.

Required Qualifications:

  • Completion of master\'s degree in Psychology in an applied area relevant to the practice setting from an accredited university program. 
  • Active or eligible for registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists (CAP).
  • Experience in performing psychological assessments, as well as knowledge of administration and interpretation of a variety of standardized cognitive and personality assessment instruments is essential. 
  • Current BCLS-HCP certification.


Preferred Qualifications:

 

  • Experience with different treatment modalities, groups, individual, and couple/family therapy as well as behavior management techniques is desirable. 
  • Strong communication, organization and report writing skills. 
  • A demonstrated ability to work in an interdisciplinary team is desirable.


Please apply online at:

https://careers.albertahealthservices.ca/jobs/psychologist-i-37084


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Posted January 9, 2018
Wolf Creek PCN - Part Time PC Psychologist - Rimbey - Bentley, Alberta

 

Primary Care Psychologist
Rimbey/Bentley, Alberta


As a registered Psychologist with the Wolf Creek PCN, you will be working collaboratively with Family Physicians and PCN multidisciplinary team to deliver service to patients based on professional practice standards.

 

The position would be 2 days/week in Rimbey and 1 day/week in Bentley.


Experience with solution focused and cognitive behavioral therapy is required.


The successful candidate will hold a Master’s Degree in Psychology, be registered with their regulatory body, and have demonstrated expertise in providing clinical services.


Interested applicants should submit their resumes by January 30, 2018, to doreen@wolfcreekpcn.com or via fax to 403-782-5431.

 

The Wolf Creek Primary Care Network would like to thank all applicants for their interest; however only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.


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Posted January 4, 2018
Grande Prairie Regional College - Psychologist

Grande Prairie Regional College (GPRC) is a comprehensive community institution, established in 1966 in Grande Prairie, and our stewardship region includes campuses in Fairview and Grande Prairie, as well as learning centres in Edson, Grande Cache, Hinton and Jasper. GPRC offers a wide variety of credit and non-credit career certificates and diplomas, pre-employment and apprenticeship trades, university transfer studies, and several opportunities for on-campus degree completion through collaborations with four-year universities. As an educational facility in northwestern Alberta, GPRC helps meet the cultural, recreational, athletic and conferencing needs of the region in partnership with community and regional stakeholders. GPRC is dedicated to providing learners with access to high quality and diverse lifelong learning opportunities, and to the responsible educational, fiscal and environmental stewardship of resources.

The Department
Student Experience is a diverse area within GPRC and covers departments such as Residence, Registrar\'s Office, Financial Aid, Accessibility Services, Instructional Design Centre, Academic Advising and the Library. Each department showcases a student first mentality and is passionate about sharing their knowledge, skills and abilities with those around them.

The Role
The College Psychologist’s role will be to develop and implement sustainable, comprehensive and emergent mental supports for our students. This position will be responsible for developing, implementing and leading preventative programming, and for liaising and establishing partnerships with mental health professionals in our stewardship region. Working collaboratively with our Student Experience Department and with Deans and Chairs, this position will ensure GPRC is proactive in providing professional mental health services supports, and programs to students.

Specifically, this position will:

  • Provide expert and timely mental health services to GPRC students.
  • Provide preventative and educational mental health programming to students and staff.
  • Provide a variety of mental health and academic diagnostic testing services to reduce the risks to student health and provide the student with options to be successful.
  • Liaise with other mental health care providers in GPRC’s stewardship region.
  • Participate hands-on in applying for government grants, such as writing grant proposals to supplement and support mental health for students; implement programs/endeavors as the result of successful grant proposals.

 

What We Offer
GPRC offers lifelong learning opportunities through professional development/wellness programs, a competitive salary and compensation package and a student centered culture that is vital to our community. Join our team, grow with us and connect your skills and abilities to our vision, mission and values.

Job Requirements
A Masters of Psychology or Masters Social Work, five years\' related work experience, experience with proposal writing for funding grants, and a valid College of Alberta Psychologists registration to practice are required. Doctorate of Psychology is preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

Necessary skills and attributes to be successful in this role include:

  • Current Violent Threat Risk Assessment (VTRA) training is considered an asset;;
  • Experience working with young adults;
  • Proven leadership and mentoring skills;
  • Ability to build and maintain relationships with students, faculty, support staff and community members;
  • Confidence in dealing with crisis and affected individuals;
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Strong organizational and multi-tasking skills;
  • A high level of integrity, professionalism and accountability; 
  • Excellent critical thinking and problem solving skills;
  • Ability to collaborate with teams and stakeholders on projects;
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Applications and the ability to adapt quickly to technology;
  • A valid class 5 drivers license as travel is required;
  • Willingness to work non-traditional hours when required; and
  • Experience in developing virtual relationships.


How to Apply

Only applications received electronically will be considered. To apply, go to http://www.gprc.ab.ca/careers and select the job posting.

We review all applications to select candidates whose qualifications and experience most closely meet our needs.

Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted. For general inquiries, please contact HR at humanresources@gprc.ab.ca.


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Posted January 2, 2018
Edgar Psychological - Psychologist - Edmonton

 

Full-time and part time

 

Edgar Psychological is growing Edmonton practice providing therapy to individuals of all ages, as well as couples, families and professional organizations.

 

We are looking for a skilled Registered Psychologist to join our team. This person will bring passion and positivity to our forward-thinking practice which is located in a beautiful, historic house in central Edmonton.

 

Candidates can expect a financially competitive contract arrangement, a consistent flow of clients, a supportive and professional work environment. We believe the workplace should be an exciting and challenging place of learning and we invest in our team by providing regular consultation and training opportunities.

 

If you can imagine yourself building your professional practice with us please forward a cover letter and CV to heidi@edgarpsychological.com.

Provisional psychologists are welcome to apply.


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Posted December 21, 2017
Chinook Edge School Division - School Psychologist

Chinook’s Edge School Division is a large rural school district whose mission is to engage every student in meaningful learning by challenging, encouraging and believing in them. The school division is comprised of just over 11,000 students in 43 schools.

 

This position provides psychological consulting and assessment services to students in pre-K to grade 12. The work requires a Master’s degree in Psychology to identify, diagnose and treat delays, disorders, social, emotional and behavioural issues. The job’s focus is working with children/youth who have developmental delays, social, emotional, behavioural and mental health issues. The job addresses and identifies psychological issues impacting the child/youth within the functional context of the classroom. The job also provides psychological expertise and participates on multi-disciplinary teams to support developmental and learning strategies for children/youth and their families as well as individual and broad based supports for teachers and school teams.

 

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Liaise closely with teachers, learning support teams, educational assistants, family school wellness workers, specialists and parents/guardians who participate as part of each student’s program planning team; 
  • Liaise closely with school administrators and other professionals to identify and coordinate supports for individual student needs;
  • Recommend intervention strategies which include programming for generalization in the classroom and school environments.
  • Develop and implement strategies to target individual goals of students as outlined in Individual Program Plans (IPPs) and participate in meeting with other professionals and caregivers;
  • When required, conduct psychological assessments within the school to diagnose problem areas evident in the classroom.


Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Psychology plus Registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists as a Registered Psychologist.
  • Minimum three year’s directly related experience in school environments working with children/youth. Experience teaching in the classroom will be considered an asset.
  • Training, expertise and understanding in the promotion of the developmental-relationship approach to working with children/youth and families.
  • Experience providing individual, targeted and specialized interventions to support the social, emotional, and mental health development of children/youth in schools.
  • Flexibility is essential for this incumbent given the variety of student’s abilities, needs and conditions.
  • Ability to establish rapport and trust in working relationships with administration, teachers, families and community agencies.

 

For further information on this position please contact Wanda Christensen, Associate Superintendent, Student Services. Email: wchristensen@cesd73.ca

 

Cover letter and resume, complete with the names and telephone numbers of three current work related references are accepted by email in pdf format only and should be forwarded to:
Ray Hoppins, Associate Superintendent – People Services
Chinook’s Edge School Division No. 73
Email: careers@cesd73.ca

 

For information on Chinook’s Edge School Division No. 73, please check our website (www.cesd73.ca). Applications will be accepted until 12:00 noon, Friday, January 12, 2018. The successful applicant will be required to provide a criminal record check and a child intervention (welfare) check. While we thank all applicants for their interest, only those individuals selected for interviews will be contacted. Resumes of individuals not granted an interview will not be kept on file.

 

By virtue of the submission of an application, the applicant agrees that the principal or designate can contact previous employers for the purpose of conducting confidential reference checks whether or not the applicant has listed a reference for that employer.


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Posted December 21, 2017
Momentum Health, Calgary - Psychologist

Momentum Health strives to provide a seamless and collaborative healthcare experience to our patients through the coordinated delivery of Physiotherapy, Kinesiology, Chiropractic, Massage Therapy, Athletic Therapy, Psychology, Naturopathic Medicine, Physiatry, and Sport Medicine.


Innovative Sport Medicine is a multidisciplinary sport medicine rehabilitation clinic located in Calgary, Alberta. We provide comprehensive injury care for athletes and active individuals. We foster our administrators and clinicians to grow and develop in a team environment.


Evidence Sport and Spine is a multidisciplinary clinic providing expertise and effective musculoskeletal pain management. Our clinical staff consists of highly trained physiotherapists, pain physicians, and medical specialists passionate about providing the highest standard in evidence-based care.


We are currently looking for a Registered Psychologist to join our team.
Our Registered Psychologist will be a dynamic and energetic individual who enjoys working in a team environment.


Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Conducting assessments as needed
  • Developing treatment plans, goals, evaluations, and various reports
  • Collaborating within a multi-disciplinary team
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to effectively communicate and articulate information to patients and team members
  • Promote a culture of forward-thinking innovation and continuous learning;
  • Maintain patient files
  • Maintains a high level of professionalism at all times.

Qualifications:

  • Completion of a Master’s Degree in Psychology from a recognized university program and registration or Provisional Registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists (CAP) is required.
  • Demonstrated strong clinical skills in assessment, formulation, and treatment with an ability to utilize flexible strategies for engaging and working with individuals, couples, and families, as well as experience treating PTSD, chronic pain, and sport patients.
  • Two or more years’ experience in counselling/therapy setting preferred
  • Demonstrated excellent assessment, organizational, and patient care skills are required.
  • Familiarity with a range of evidence based treatment modalities and approaches.
  • Competency in verbal and written communication as well as computer literacy
  • Developed time management and organization skills
  • Ability to problem solve and think critically

Application:
Please send all applications either in person or via email to Jessica Magnussen with cover letter and CV: jmagnussen@momentumhealth.ca


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Posted December 21, 2017
Grande Prairie Public School District #2357 - Psychologist

Invites applications for:
SOCIAL WORKER III/PSYCHOLOGIST


Focus: Counselling/Mental Health and Wellness
Itinerant Position with Peace Collaborative Services
COMPETITION NUMBER: S1718-056
Full-time Permanent Contract
Effective Immediately
Applications will be accepted until Monday, January 15, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.


Peace Collaborative Services (PCS) is a regional organization providing specialized educational support services across eight Northwestern Alberta school jurisdictions. Grande Prairie Public School District #2357 employs PCS staff on behalf of the jurisdictions in the region. PCS is seeking applications for counselling/mental health and wellness itinerant positions. The successful candidate(s) will be assigned to specific schools in various districts. The positions will involve mental health promotion and prevention, as well as small group and individual counselling.

 

Qualifications

  • Masters of Social Work, Masters of Psychology or equivalent is required.
  • Registration with the Alberta College of Social Workers (RSW) or College of Alberta Psychologists is required.
  • Experience with small group and individual counselling is an asset.
  • Desirable attributes include flexibility, ability to participate in a team setting, experience with mental health triage, knowledge of community resources and effective communication and presentation skills.

 

Grande Prairie Public School District #2357 accepts applications for all positions online. Applicants are asked to create an
online profile in order to apply for career opportunities.


To find and apply for jobs in your account select ‘Search Jobs’ and click the ‘Apply’ button. Once you have successfully
applied to a position you will receive a confirmation e-mail, and the job will be listed in your ‘Job Application Log’. If you
require assistance registering for an account or uploading documents please call 1-877-900-5627.
All applicants, both internal and external, are required to create a profile and apply for positions online.
Click here to Apply Online (www.gppsd.simplication.com)

 

Please be advised that a current criminal record check and child welfare check MUST be presented as a condition of employment. We, as an employer, reserve the right to check internal and external references prior to interviews.
We appreciate and thank you for your application; however, we contact only those candidates who are selected for an interview.


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Posted December 14, 2017
College Psychologist needed at GPRC!

 

Grande Prairie Regional College (GPRC) is a comprehensive community institution, established in 1966 in Grande Prairie, and our stewardship region includes campuses in Fairview and Grande Prairie, as well as learning centres in Edson, Grande Cache, Hinton and Jasper. GPRC offers a wide variety of credit and non-credit career certificates and diplomas, pre-employment and apprenticeship trades, university transfer studies, and several opportunities for on-campus degree completion through collaborations with four-year universities. As an educational facility in northwestern Alberta, GPRC helps meet the cultural, recreational, athletic and conferencing needs of the region in partnership with community and regional stakeholders. GPRC is dedicated to providing learners with access to high quality and diverse lifelong learning opportunities, and to the responsible educational, fiscal and environmental stewardship of resources.

The Department: Student Experience is a diverse area within GPRC and covers departments such as Residence, Registrar\'s Office, Financial Aid, Accessibility Services, Instructional Design Centre, Academic Advising and the Library. Each department showcases a student first mentality and is passionate about sharing their knowledge, skills and abilities with those around them.

The Role: The College Psychologist’s role will be to develop and implement sustainable, comprehensive and emergent mental supports for our students. This position will be responsible for developing, implementing and leading preventative programming, and for liaising and establishing partnerships with mental health professionals in our stewardship region. Working collaboratively with our Student Experience Department and with Deans and Chairs, this position will ensure GPRC is proactive in providing professional mental health services supports, and programs to students.

Specifically, this position will:

  • Provide expert and timely mental health services to GPRC students.
  • Provide preventative and educational mental health programming to students and staff.
  • Provide a variety of mental health and academic diagnostic testing services to reduce the risks to student health and provide the student with options to be successful.
  • Liaise with other mental health care providers in GPRC’s stewardship region.
  • Participate hands-on in applying for government grants, such as writing grant proposals to supplement and support mental health for students; implement programs/endeavors as the result of successful grant proposals.


What We Offer: GPRC offers lifelong learning opportunities through professional development/wellness programs, a competitive salary and compensation package and a student centered culture that is vital to our community. Join our team, grow with us and connect your skills and abilities to our vision, mission and values.


Job Requirements

A Masters of Psychology or Masters Social Work, five years\' related work experience, experience with proposal writing for funding grants, and a valid College of Alberta Psychologists registration to practice are required. Doctorate of Psychology is preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

Necessary skills and attributes to be successful in this role include:

  • Current Violent Threat Risk Assessment (VTRA) training is considered an asset;;
  • Experience working with young adults;
  • Proven leadership and mentoring skills;
  • Ability to build and maintain relationships with students, faculty, support staff and community members;
  • Confidence in dealing with crisis and affected individuals;
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Strong organizational and multi-tasking skills;
  • A high level of integrity, professionalism and accountability; 
  • Excellent critical thinking and problem solving skills;
  • Ability to collaborate with teams and stakeholders on projects;
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Applications and the ability to adapt quickly to technology;
  • A valid class 5 drivers license as travel is required;
  • Willingness to work non-traditional hours when required; and
  • Experience in developing virtual relationships.

 

How to Apply

Only applications received electronically will be considered. To apply, go to http://www.gprc.ab.ca/careers and select the job posting.

We review all applications to select candidates whose qualifications and experience most closely meet our needs.

Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted. For general inquiries, please contact HR at humanresources@gprc.ab.ca.


Thank you for applying to GPRC!


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Posted December 14, 2017
Medicine Hat College - Manager, Mental Health & Counselling

  

Manager, Mental Health & Counselling

 

Medicine Hat College invites applications for a leave replacement for a Manager, Mental Health & Counselling in our Student Development department. This appointment is a full-time appointment for 12 to 15 months.

 

Reporting to the Associate Vice President, Student Development, the Manager is primarily responsible for providing leadership and direction for mental health strategies and programming and counselling services for Medicine Hat College. This includes providing day-to-day and long term planning with respect to mental health & counselling programs. This position also provides counselling services to students at MHC, as well as delivers student workshops.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

  • Graduate degree in psychology.
  • Registered Psychologist is required.
  • Five years professional counselling experience including working with diverse groups and cultures.
  • Management experience preferred, including developing and implementing mental health programs and supervising staff.
  • Experience in a post-secondary work environment is considered an asset.

 

Known for our focus on students - and our innovative and collaborative nature – Medicine Hat College proudly serves over 8,000 learners each year. Committed to the communities of southeastern Alberta, Medicine Hat College is a learner focused provider of quality education, training, and services. Operating in an Appreciative Inquiry environment, with a culture of excellence and numerous benefits, the College is a great place to work, learn and grow. MHC is a proud member of Campus Alberta and welcomes partnership to benefit our students and communities.

 

Please submit a cover letter quoting Competition # 118052 with your resume and the names of three references, saved as a single document.  Resume review will begin January 8, 2018, however, this competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.

 

This position will require the successful candidate to present a valid Police Information/Criminal Record Check, including a Vulnerable Sector Search.

  

Medicine Hat College is committed to employment equity, welcomes diversity in the workplace, and

encourages applications from all qualified individuals. In accordance with Canadian immigration

requirements, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

 

Only applicants granted an interview will be contacted. All others are thanked for their interest.


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Posted December 12, 2017
Wood’s Homes - Psychologist (Clinician) - Family Support Network - Calgary

 

We Never Say No. We Never Give up. We Never Turn Anyone Away.

Wood’s Homes is a multi-service, non-profit children’s mental health centre based in Calgary. Our over 550 staff and volunteers help provide 35 programs and services for 28,000 children and their families each year in Calgary, Lethbridge, Canmore, Strathmore, Fort McMurray and Fort Smith, N.W.T.

Commitment to high-risk adolescents, challenged with some very tough issues, is not easy and the reality is that most problems surface after hours. These are the times when our frontline workers spring into action. Work hours at Wood’s Homes are typically round-the-clock and the type of work we do requires quick thinking, confidence, forgiveness and persistence.

We are currently seeking a Psychologist (Clinician) to work in the Family Support Network.

This program provides Family Support Services within the Collaborative Services Delivery model in collaboration with the Ministry of Children’s Services at the Forest lawn office. All families have identified child protection issues and the work includes intact families and those with children in care. The Clinician’s role has two main components; one is the delivery of assessment and consultation under the Brief Intervention for Caregivers (BICS) for children in foster care to address developmental issues, behavioural concerns, trauma and loss and grief for the children placed in their care. The second component is providing clinical consultation and brief direct services to the Family Support Counsellors regarding crisis management and developmental support with a trauma focused lens.

This position reports to the Program Manager of the Family Support Network.

RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to:

  • Performs assessments and intervention of infants/children/youth/families as assigned. Provides a written report and strategies for caregivers.
  • Works as a part of a team within a fast paced collaborative service to manage child protection risk and intervention
  • Provides clinical consultation/training to staff, practicum students, community professionals and other trainees, as requested.
  • Actively communicates with community resources regarding Wood’s Homes clientele and programs.
  • Supports other agency initiatives as requested.
  • Participates in research and other specialized projects, as assigned.

 

QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION:

  • Masters or Ph.D. Degree in Psychology.
  • Is currently registered/has membership in the appropriate professional association/with the appropriate regulatory body. Will consider Provisional Psychologists. Prefer successful completion of EPPP. Will provide supervision.
  • Is licensed in accordance with the Health Professions Act and provides services in accordance with professional standards, guidelines and ethics.
  • Able to complete written documentation within established time frames.
  • Must have own transportation.
  • Personal suitability is important.

 

Wood’s Homes is proud to be awarded one of the 100 Best Places to Work in Canada for 2011 and 2012, as well as one of Canada’s Best Workplaces for Women in 2011. We offer an exceptional benefits package including vision, dental, extended health, a generous Group Registered Pension Plan and a Computer Literacy Incentive Plan.

Please submit a resume to Wood’s Homes – Human Resources Department (Parkdale Campus) via email to: human.resources@woodshomes.ca. Please quote competition code ‘Last Name, First Name, FSN Clinician’ in the subject line.

We thank all applicants for their interest, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Please visit us at www.woodshomes.ca for more information about our organization.


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Posted December 12, 2017
Medicine Hat College - Counsellor

 

Counsellor

  

Medicine Hat College invites applications for a Counsellor in our Student Development department. This seasonal appointment is full time term specific, 35 hours per week, working mid-August to May 31st annually, beginning as soon as possible to May 31, 2020. This position is government funded for 3 years and renewal will be subject to further funding.

 

This position will provide crisis intervention and counselling services to students at our Medicine Hat campus. As part of a larger mental health strategy, the Counsellor will assist in resolving personal issues hindering academic success, liaise with internal and external student support services, and maintain student records and statistical data as required by Counselling Services. The Counsellor will develop and deliver student support forums including workshops on managing stress, balancing studies with personal lives, establishing positive relationships, and sexual health.

 

Qualifications and experience:

  • Graduate degree is required in Psychology, Social Work, or a related discipline
  • Minimum 2 years professional experience, including work with diverse groups & cultures
  • Registration with a regulated body under the Alberta Health Professions Act is required
  • Registered Psychologist preferred
  • Experience facilitating group therapy
  • Experience working effectively in a team setting
  • Experience working in a post-secondary education environment is preferred
  • Demonstrated interpersonal, communication, coaching, and mentoring skills
  • Required to work some evenings

 

Known for our focus on students - and our innovative and collaborative nature – Medicine Hat College proudly serves over 8,000 learners each year. Committed to the communities of southeastern Alberta, Medicine Hat College is a learner focused provider of quality education, training, and services. Operating in an Appreciative Inquiry environment, with a culture of excellence and numerous benefits, the College is a great place to work, learn and grow. MHC is a proud member of Campus Alberta and welcomes partnership to benefit our students and communities. To learn more visit www.mhc.ab.ca.

 

Please submit a cover letter quoting Competition #118055 with your resume and the names of three referencesThis competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is found, however, resume review will begin December 18, 2017.

 

This position will require the successful candidate to present a valid Police Information/Criminal Record Check, including a Vulnerable Sector Search.

 

Medicine Hat College is committed to employment equity, welcomes diversity in the workplace, and

encourages applications from all qualified individuals. In accordance with Canadian immigration

requirements, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

 

Only applicants granted an interview will be contacted. All others are thanked for their interest.


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Posted December 12, 2017
Mount Royal University - Counsellor - Calgary

 


Job Title:                                          Counsellor

Requisition #:                                  999571

Job Type:                                          Limited Term

Position End:                                   June 30, 2018

Location:                                          MRU Main Campus - Calgary, AB T3E 6K6 CA

Closing Date:                                   Open until suitable candidate found

The hiring committee will begin to review applications on Thursday, December 18, 2017.

About MRU

Founded in 1910 and located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Mount Royal University has built a reputation on a strong, liberal education foundation. Our vision is to provide an exceptional undergraduate educational experience for our students.

We are a community of engaged citizens, providing personalized, experiential and outcome-based learning in an environment of inclusion, diversity and respect. Through our focus on teaching and learning informed by scholarship, we are preparing our graduates for success in their careers and lives.

Mount Royal University presently offers 12 four-year baccalaureate degrees with 32 majors, with a view to grow this mix to 15 degrees and 60 majors by 2025. Current degree offerings are unique, and include four-year bachelor degrees in interior design, midwifery, child studies and health and physical education, as well as arts, criminal justice, business administration, communication, computer information systems, education, nursing and science. Mount Royal also offers robust continuing education programming as well as an internationally-renowned music conservatory.

More than 13,000 credit students attend Mount Royal University annually, with more than 90,000 Mount Royal alumni contributing to their communities worldwide.

Our faculty provide a teaching and learning environment that welcomes challenging ideas. Our staff are dedicated to supporting our campus so that students are provided with an exceptional educational experience. Our management team provides leadership throughout the University, and inspires others at all levels to be leaders in their own important sectors. 

In support of our students, and in response to our broader community, we know that investing in our employees benefits the University as a whole. Talented and committed employees are the driving force behind student success. Our faculty, staff and management are united in creating a thriving learning environment for our students.

Mount Royal University is an exceptional community focused on our people.

About Student Counselling Services

Student Counselling Services at Mount Royal University invites applications for a 6 month limited-term, full-time position at the rank of Assistant Professor. This position will commence January 16, 2018 subject to final budgetary approval. There is a possibility of renewal of the contract.

Student Counselling Services is located within Wellness Services, and counsellors are members of both Student Affairs & Campus Life and Arts Faculty Council. The department currently has 6 tenured and 4 part-time counsellors, who aim to create an exceptional counselling experience for MRU students so as to promote their mental health, academic success, and personal growth.

About the Role

New faculty are hired into one of two work patterns. The teaching/ scholarship/ service pattern (TSS) has a focus on teaching with the requirement that the faculty member be involved in a research program as well as service to the Mount Royal community. The teaching/ service pattern (TS) has a focus on teaching and service only. The successful candidate will be hired into the teaching/ service pattern (TS).

The successful applicant will be qualified to offer short-term personal, career, and educational counselling, crisis intervention, and workshops and groups, to students of Mount Royal University.  Assets include experience supporting diverse populations, knowledge of Indigenous cultures, experience with international populations, and an appreciation of diversity (including, for example, gender, orientation, and culture). For more information about Student Counselling Services and Wellness Services, please visit our web site at www.mtroyal.ca/counselling. 

As Faculty, Counsellors also contribute to the university through service work and are encouraged to be involved with the Mount Royal Faculty Association (MRFA).  Mount Royal offers an innovative and dynamic work environment, with opportunities to be involved with various departments, services and campus based groups.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of a Masters Degree in Counselling/Clinical Psychology or Social Work (Clinical Designation) and current registration as a full member in the College of Alberta Psychologists or Alberta College of Social Workers. Please note: Applicants from the social work discipline must be authorized to perform psychosocial interventions. 
  • An understanding and appreciation of diversity and its impact in counselling.
  • Experience providing counselling for acute, chronic, and intergenerational trauma.
  • Experience working in a post-secondary setting or with an emergent-adult population is an asset.

To Apply:            Please Visit Our Career Opportunities Page

A complete dossier should be submitted including curriculum vitae, list of three (3) references, evidence of teaching excellence, and, if the teaching/ scholarship/ service (TSS) pattern is desirable, evidence of intent to pursue a research program.

We thank all applicants for their interest. Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. After the close date, you can check on the status of your application through your Career Centre. New career opportunities arise frequently and are posted as they become available. Please check back often to view our latest postings on our Career Opportunities page. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. Mount Royal University hires on the basis of merit and is strongly committed to fostering diversity as a source of excellence, intellectual and cultural enrichment, and social strength. We welcome applications from those who would contribute to the further diversification of our staff, faculty and their scholarship including but not limited to Indigenous Peoples, women, persons with disabilities and persons of any sexual or gender identity, ethnic, national or socio-economic background, religion or age.


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Posted December 7, 2017
Inner City High School - Educational Psychologist - Edmonton


Educational Psychologist

Through our Inner City Youth Engagement Program and Inner City High School the Inner City Youth Development Association offers programs for Edmonton’s marginalized urban youth. A high percentage (85-90) of our youth are of Indigenous heritage. It is important that the candidate is comfortable working with marginalized urban youth from a strength based perspective.


Many of our students have been out of school for some time, have had some contact with the justice system and test quite low academically when they first register. They are naturally intelligent and have survived by their wits. The diagnosis of conduct disorder and severe oppositional defiance disorder are often influenced by a difficult social environment.


Our goal is to engage the youth in educational programming, provide basic resources which many lack and create conditions for education and learning to take place. Many of our students graduate with a full high school diploma. Inner City High School is an accredited academic and arts based high school.


As a Psychologist at Inner City High School your duties will include:

  • Working collaboratively to coordinate our special needs education program
  • Working collaboratively with our School Psychologist to develop psychoeducational reports
  • Writing documentation to address the impact of emotional and behavioural diagnoses on the learning environment
  • Working collaboratively with a multidisciplinary staff team in order to identify student needs, strengths and necessary accommodations
  • Working collaboratively with a multidisciplinary staff team to provide support for the implementation of identified strategies and accommodations, as well as necessary documentation of emotional and behavioural concerns
  • Working collaboratively with staff to offer immediate student crisis intervention support (i.e., mediation, counselling)

 

The Qualifications

  • Must have a Master Degree in Educational Psychology from a recognized university and hold a current registration with the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta. 
  • Considerable graduate course work in assessment, as well as counselling is expected. 
  • Experience working in the field of counselling with vulnerable populations is an asset.

 

Type Of Assignment


Full Time position, salary is commensurate with experience.

  • Please include a covering letter
  • Please submit a resume
  • Please include university transcripts


Please forward resume to info@innercity.ca


All resumes are appreciated but only those selected for an interview will be responded to.


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Posted December 6, 2017
CASA - Program Manager Day Programs and Organization-Wide Programs

 

CASA Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health provides a broad range of innovative community based mental health services for infants, children, adolescents and their families. We do this by offering a wide range of assessment and treatment programs, as well as professional training and consultation. Our programs range in intensity from early identification, assessment and primary intervention, to intensive tertiary level treatment.

 

We are recruiting to the following position:

Program Manager
Day Programs and Organization-Wide Programs
Competition #17-076


Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer and Medical Director, this position works in collaboration with the Medical Leads. The Program Manager provides leadership in the delivery of high quality care to the children, adolescents and their families engaged in these programs.

 

The Program Manager oversees the day-to-day operations of the programs, ensuring compliance with standards, effective and efficient resource allocation, and timely operational problem-solving and communication. Responsibilities include supervision of staff; managing budgets; developing and evaluating programs; community development and linkages with stakeholders; and quality improvement.


Key functions for this position will include:

  • Developing and implementing approved organizational directives, site and program policies, procedures, guidelines and/or protocols.
  • Working with teams in continuous improvement and collaborating across CASA programs, staff, psychiatrists as well as external stakeholders to ensure continuity and quality care.
  • Working in collaboration with senior leadership and psychiatrists to establish procedures and practices that will maximize efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Collaboratively develop clinical standards and ensure adherence to established clinical standards and guidelines.
  • Identifying budget requirements for labor, supply and equipment resources; monitoring budget and expenditures.
  • Managing and nurturing current potential talent and competencies to meet program objectives and outcomes.
  • Conducting regular performance appraisals and learning plans, and addressing performance management in accordance with organizational policies.
  • Developing, implementing and evaluating services and participating in program and evaluation initiatives;
  • Foster community development and partnership and linkages related to program areas


Requirements:

  • Registered Psychologist in good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists
  • Minimum 3 years management experience in an addictions and/or mental health care setting.
  • Minimum of 5 years of direct service delivery in the field of mental health.
  • Must have completed courses in management and leadership.
  • A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle is required.


Salary:
$96,239 – $106,104


Benefits:
We are a learning organization that promotes and provides educational opportunities for staff and management.


Our employee benefit package consisting of extended health and dental benefits, flexible spending account, travel insurance, life insurance, short term and long term disability.


We also have a registered pension plan in which CASA contributes 5.5% along with your contributions. These benefits and more are available to you after your first 90 days with CASA.


Please forward your resume, quoting Competition # 17-076 to:
Email: employment@casaservices.org
Fax: 780 415 6050


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Posted November 30, 2017
U. of A. Faculty of Education Clinic - Clinical Supervisor

 

Clinical Supervisor
Faculty of Education Clinic
Competition No. -A111632835
Closing Date - Will remain open until filled.

The Faculty of Education Clinic at the University of Alberta welcomes applications for the position of Clinical Supervisor. The mandate of the Clinic is to support professional development and research by providing graduate students with quality training experience in the areas of psychological assessment, counselling, and literacy remediation. The Education Clinic at the University of Alberta is committed to serving the community at large through the provision of lower cost services to the general public.

Reporting to the Chair, Department of Educational Psychology, the Clinical Supervisor is a Registered Psychologist who is on-site to provide consultation, crisis response services, supervision, and support at all times to students who are providing services to clients. In addition, the Clinical Supervisor coordinates external practicum placements and supervisors, coordinates the pre-doctoral internship program, and provides administrative support to the Clinic. Finally the Clinical Supervisor helps to support the collection of data for accreditation purposes.

We are seeking applicants who possess a doctoral degree in Psychology with specialization in working with children, adolescents, and families in schools and clinical sites. Applicants must be Registered Psychologists, in good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists (CAP), and have a minimum of five years work experience post-registration. Candidates must have extensive practical clinical experience in a hospital, community, private practice or school setting and experience in the provision of training and supervision. The successful candidate will demonstrate competency in the administration and interpretation of psychological instruments and the writing of psychological reports. Competency in the administration and interpretation of psychological assessments as well as intervention activities with children and/or adolescents is preferred.

In accordance with the Administrative and Professional Officer Agreement, this full-time continuing position offers a comprehensive benefits package found at www.hrs.ualberta.ca and an annual salary range of $70,667 - $117,771, effective July 1, 2017.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and the names and addresses of three professional references. Consideration of applications will begin on May 29, 2017; however, the competition will remain open until the position is filled. We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

How to Apply
Apply Online http://www.careers.ualberta.ca/Competition/A111632835/
Note: Online applications are accepted until midnight Mountain Standard Time of the closing date.

Mail:
Chair
Department of Educational Psychology
University of Alberta
6-102 Education North
Edmonton, AB T6G 2G5


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.


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Posted November 29, 2017
Little Red River Cree Nation Health Services - Community Mental Wellness Team Coordinator

 

 

The Director of Little Red River Cree Nation Health Services Department, with a collaborative team of senior managers in other core departments, is in immediate need of an exceptionally motivated, experienced and qualified, community-driven Mental Wellness Team Incubator/Coordinator (IC). The IC will establish a Community Mental Wellness Team (MWT) set up training, and provide assessment, coaching and mentoring for improved, coordinated, client-centred, culturally safe, community-based mental wellness services.

 

Summary

Little Red River Cree Nation has received funding to develop a Community Mental Wellness Team (MWT) comprised of individuals in health and wellness, counselling, education, community services, addictions services as well as community based clinical and other professionals and paraprofessionals e.g. cultural experts, youth workers, police, nurses and others. Funding is guaranteed until March 2019 with possibilities of extension.

 

The Incubator/Coordinator (IC) will live in the community of John D’Or Prairie, while incubating team development and providing services in our three communities of John D’Or Prairie, Garden River and Fox Lake. He/she will coordinate best practice, culturally appropriate training and service development so that the MWT may provide a full spectrum of services to community members and is able to respond to crisis. Training, team development and service delivery will seek to balance professional, clinical practices with traditional cultural approaches to care.

Moving forward the IC and associated MWT members will also provide support to other communities during times of crisis.

 

Qualifications, Skills and Requirements

  • The IC may be a registered psychologist, social worker, educator, mental health nurse or equivalent, with current membership in a professional association
  • A clinical background in mental health, residential school effects and recovery, the impact of colonisation and the Indian Act and how to move through the effects of oppression/ dependency/poverty into healing and wellbeing
  • Community development and capacity building orientation
  • Skilled in crisis intervention
  • Ability to gather, assess and synthesise information on current levels of MW service provision while identifying gaps
  • Ability to lead community wide strategic planning and implementation of MWT development and operations
  • Engage and oversee the provision of culturally appropriate and best practice-based training
  • Work collaboratively with other key stakeholders on individual and team training plans to address unmet MW needs
    • High level of professional integrity, ethics and professionalism
    • Excellent listening, communication and conflict management skills particularly within the cultural context of our Cree community
    • Evidence of knowledge and experience with system procedures bringing best practices from  system-level leadership frameworks such as
    • setting directions and accomplishing goals
    • developing departmental and other leaders
    • networking and aligning
    • nurturing productive relationships and working with community personnel and emerging promising cultural and other practices
      • Community collective and team orientation with the ability to synthesise complexities into meaningful and productive approaches
      • Ability to communicate respectfully and effectively with adults, elders, children and youth, staff, managers and elected leaders
      • Optimistic team player, mentor and coach
      • Must be willing to take any training provided
      • Ability to manage and perform administrative tasks in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
      • Comfortable living and working in a remote First Nation community
      • Ideally, experienced working in Cree/Indigenous communities
      • Must be willing to follow direction given by the Director of Health Services
      • Clear Criminal Record Check and Child Intervention Record Check
      • Class 5 driver’s license.

 

Employment Conditions

  • The IC will be required to work 8:30 am -4:30 pm, Monday to Friday
  • There is an expectation that some evening and weekend work will be required
  • We offer an excellent benefits package
  • We provide in community housing for a small fee.

 

Supervision and Evaluation

  • The IC will receive bi-annual evaluations by the Health Director and/or other Senior Managers.

 

Application Procedure

If you think that you have what it takes to do this work, please email your resume, three letters of reference and evidence of your educational and professional qualifications to:

 

Dennis Laboucan, Director of Health Services, Little Red River Cree Nation - dennisl@lrrcn.ab.ca

 

 

Deadline for applications is until a suitable canidate is found


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Posted November 28, 2017
Howard & Associates - Registered Provisional Psychologist - Sherwood Park

 

Howard & Associates in Sherwood Park, Alberta, are looking to fill 1 position for a Registered Provisional Psychologist. This is an exciting opportunity to work with a variety of issues using solution focused, short term therapy in an Employee Assistance pool. This opportunity also gives you the opportunity to build a private client base through our advertising.


Position
1. Approximately 25-40 hours per week on a contract basis.
2. Administration provided to create and close file, book clients and track statistics.
3. Reception is provided to meet, greet and book clients.
4. Furnished office space and supplies provided.
5. Supervision can be provided at an additional cost.


Qualifications
1. Masters or PhD in Psychology, Social Work or equivalent
2. Must hold a valid registration with Alberta governing body
3. Experience in brief, solution focused counselling
4. Beneficial if aware of EFAP services, and crisis management
5. Excellent command of English language; both written and verbal,
6. Computer literacy


Why work for us?


We are a team of dedicated and professional people looking to expand our business. We offer competitive wages and support in all areas.
Please email your CV / resume to: marneyhoward@shaw.ca or fax to 780-570-1275.


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Posted November 23, 2017
Living Well Counselling Services Inc. - Registered Psychologists - Calgary

 

Positions Available: Registered Psychologist preferred.
Position close date: Until a suitable candidate is found

 

Living Well Counselling Services Inc. is currently in the process of hiring part-time contractors in Calgary, Alberta.

 

Potential Candidates will:

  • Possess a minimum of a Masters degree in their related field
  • Have a minimum of 10 years related experience
  • Be registered with CAP
  • Have professional liability insurance
  • Have experience counselling clients with a variety of concerns
  • Be a spiritually sensitive therapist, with a holistic approach to treatment, and will be able to describe succinctly what this means and how it is incorporated in their treatment
  • Have a desire to be in private practice, will work well independently and have their own professional supports in place (case consult groups, professional networks, supervisor)
  • Will be available to work daytime or evening with Friday evening availability being an asset. May also be available to work Saturdays
  • Have their own office space, to accommodate in-person clients OR be willing to use Living Well office space 
  • Be a strong team player in terms of vision, and an asset to the Living Well team
  • Possess willingness to take part in case consults with peers when necessary
  • Be detail oriented in terms of administrative tasks such as progress notes, billing submissions and invoicing
  • Will be teachable, and will demonstrate an openness to lifelong learning
  • Be willing to accept 10-15 hrs per wk contract work depending on current intake load
  • Ability to work with children and/or teens is an asset
  • Ability to work with couples is an asset
  • Work & experience with men's issues is an asset
  • May or may not be able to offer teletherapy or therapy via Skype based upon their own personal approach, licensing body requirements and/or equipment
  • May or may not be able to offer group therapy
  • May or may not be willing to offer a sliding scale to those clients unable to afford full fees
  • If successful, candidate will be required to supply their own professional picture, along with their professional bio


Interested candidates are encouraged to submit resume with cover letter with subject line: Therapist Position to work@livingwellcounselling.ca  Please include salary expectations, hours of availability and available start date in cover letter.

 

Please note: Only successful candidates will be contacted.


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Posted November 22, 2017
Ministry of Children and Family Development - Psychologist - Kelowna, BC

 

Licensed Psychologist
Salary $79,716.12 - $99,566.42 annually

A vital role helping youth in our community

Help give British Columbia’s youth the attention and assistance they need, Youth Forensic Psychiatric Services (YFPS) is mandated to provide court-ordered and court-related assessments and treatment services to troubled youth. In addition, YFPS provides services to young people found unfit to stand trial and those youth found not criminally responsible due to a mental disorder.

Under the direction of the Regional Manager and/or Clinic Coordinator and consistent with relevant ethics and standards of conduct governing your profession, you will be responsible for comprehensive independent psychological assessment(s) of youth offenders. You may also be required to provide testimony as an expert forensic witness in support of court-ordered or court-related psychological assessment in pre-disposition issues. Additionally you will provide general and specialized individual and group counselling and therapy for youth and at times their families. Treatment services are provided for those who have committed violent offences, sexual offences and for those who are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of exposure to family or other violence or abuse.

Qualifications for this role include:

  • Ph. D. in Clinical Psychology and registered with the College of Psychologists of British Columbia.
  • Applicants with a Ph. D. and eligible for registration with the College of Psychologists of British Columbia may be considered for appointment at a lower classification. NB: As a condition of continued employment, such an appointee is required to become registered as a Licensed Psychologist.
  • Three years experience / training in Clinical Adolescent Psychology preferred. Post Graduate training in Forensic Psychology preferred.


For more information on this career opportunity including how to apply online, please visit: https://search.employment.gov.bc.ca/cgi-bin/a/highlightjob.cgi?jobid=45847


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Posted November 20, 2017
Edmonton - Psychologist

 

Seeking a psychologist to work in a child, adolescent and family-based private practice. 

 

Our clinic provides support to various client groups, including children, teens, parents and teachers.  We work collaboratively with parents, physicians, teachers, and others involved in the care of our clients.  Our clinic focuses on supporting our clients in a wide variety of ways…including individual therapy, children’s group treatment, parent sessions (individual and group), teacher/school training, school consultation, and we often provide presentations for community organizations as well. 

 

The ideal candidate would be interested not only in providing individual treatment to clients at our clinic, but also in participating in our group programs, as well as community presentations and training.  Love and passion of working with children is a must.  A background in working with groups and also training and education in the teaching field is desirable, but not necessarily a requirement.  We have a fairly small but growing practice, so there is also opportunity to help in development of programming, as well as helping to support our community through our social media development and initiatives. The candidate would also have the ability to show initiative and creativity to help forward ideas to support our client base.

 

Any interested candidates please send an email with resume attached to

office@eckertchildpsych.ca

 

 


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Posted November 20, 2017
YWCA Edmonton - Counselling Psychologist

 

 

1 FTE Counselling Psychologist – 3 Year Term

 

About YWCA Edmonton

YWCA Edmonton is a non-profit women’s organization that advances the wellness and growth of women, girls and families. We provide education and services to thousands every year through leadership programs, counselling, outdoor education, and supporting people with disabilities.

 

About YWCA Edmonton Counselling Services

YWCA Edmonton Counselling Services has been operating for over 30 years. Today, we are recognized as an exceptional training facility by many post-secondary institutions. Our counsellors offer expertise on a wide range of issues and specialize in complex trauma; family/relationship issues; and domestic violence prevention, intervention, and recovery. We offer critical psychological support to all who need us. Our services are offered on a sliding scale with no session limit cap. We will never turn a client away who is unable to afford services. We believe that all individuals have the right to competent mental health care.

 

We work with a diverse population of clients that include adults, children, families, ethno-cultural minorities, members of the LGBTQ2+ community and clients with disabilities. Our services include individual counselling, psychoeducational group counselling, family counselling, play therapy, and advocacy support.

 

Job Description Highlights

YWCA Edmonton is a dynamic organization. The candidate will be flexible and adaptable in order to meet the changing needs of the community we serve.  We are looking for someone who not only possesses strong clinical skills but also has the desire to be a leader. They will demonstrate creative problem-solving, decision making skills. This individual can create opportunities for growth and is not afraid of change.    

 

The ideal Candidate will have a passion for working in a collaborative, supportive work environment.  They will be an effective communicator with strong interpersonal skills. Our candidate will model a solid comprehension and practice of personal and professional boundaries.  They will be encouraged to further their area of competency, and fulfilling other areas of interests in providing groups, workshops, community outreach, supervision and student training.

 

YWCA Edmonton is a strong advocate for healthy work/life balance and delivers on an open-door policy agency wide. If you need help, you will find it.

 

 

Hours Offered: Full-time; Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm; Tuesday and Thursdays from 1:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

 

Anticipated Start Date: January 2018

 

Salary: Competitive wage based on years of experience and qualifications; benefits included.

 

Major Responsibilities:

 

Direct Client Services

  • Able to develop and implement effective and appropriate therapeutic goals, strategies and techniques that best meet the clients’ needs
  • Conduct themselves in accordance with the program’s philosophies of accessibility, respect for multi-cultural differences, feminist ideology and trauma-informed approach.
  • Has experience providing crisis intervention services (e.g. suicide risk assessments and safety plans)
  • Perform advocacy work on behalf of our clients
  • Demonstrate strong case management skills (e.g. maintenance of individual case notes that clearly document pertinent observations, significant factors, goals, action plans, outcomes and any substantive communications with clients or on behalf of clients.  
  • Facilitate a minimum of two psychotherapy groups per year
  • Opportunity to provide counselling services at a local women’s shelter.

 

Supervision

  • Provide training and supervision of Provisional Psychologists, practicum students, and volunteer counsellors.
  • Assist with interviewing and selecting practicum students and other relevant positions as needed
  • Ability to lead and support an evening team of therapists, students and administrative staff
  • Review and restructure current peer meeting procedure to enhance training program

 

Administration

  • Provide input and recommendations on strategic planning for all departmental programs
  • Effective verbal and written skills including the ability to gather data and generate reports
  • Act as a liaison with other agencies/professionals in the community – networking skills an asset

Qualifications Required:

  • A Registered Psychologist, in good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists
  • Doctoral degree in Counselling Psychology  
  • A minimum of two years of clinical experience as a Registered Psychologist and a minimum of five years of directly related experience.
  • Possess experience in the area of family violence and trauma
  • Experience working with minors and families an asset.
  • Able to facilitate psychotherapy and/or psychoeducational groups
  • Able to supervise practicum students and Registered Provisional Psychologists

 

Checks & Insurance:

  • Able to provide a clear Criminal Record and Vulnerable Sector Check
  • Able to provide a clear Youth Intervention Check
  • Must carry a minimum of $2 Million in professional liability Insurance.

 

Competition Closing Date: Applications will be accepted until a qualified candidate is found.  

 

How to apply:

Please submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae via email or in person to:

 

Ashley Lim, M.Ed.

Registered Psychologist

Director of Counselling Services &

Youth Leadership Programs

 

YWCA Edmonton
4th Floor Empire Building

10080 Jasper Avenue

Edmonton, AB, T5J 1V9

 

Fax: 780-488.6077

Email: A.lim@ywcaedm.org

 

Only qualified candidates will be contacted.


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Posted November 20, 2017
Family Psychology Centre - Supervision Program



Provisional Supervision Program

accepting applicants on an ongoing basis

 

Jeff Chang, Ph.D., R.Psych.

Tracy Mitchell, M.Ed., R.Psych.

Calgary, AB

 

We provide supervision for Provisional Registered Psychologists providing psychological services in work settings without a qualified on-site supervisor. The program consists of:

 

  • Individual supervision (video, audio, and/or case consultation)
  • Group supervision (video, audio, and/or case consultation)
  • Liaison with your employer
  • Two on-site live supervision sessions (if permitted by your employer)
  • Shared use of EPPP study materials
  • Support and practice for the oral examination
  • Preferred access and/or reduced fees for other professional development opportunities provided by the supervisors, when available
  • Ongoing supervision following completion of 1600 hours prior to completion of all requirements for Registration (“Form B”)
  • One all-inclusive fee, distributed over the duration of your Provisional hours.

 

The supervisors are experienced in several therapeutic approaches (i.e., cognitive-behavioral therapy, emotionally focused therapy, Ericksonian approaches, Gottman approach, narrative therapy, solution-focused therapy, structural-strategic therapy, etc.), types of assessment (cognitive, custody-access, parenting), and have worked and/or supervised in a variety of settings (child and adolescent mental health [day treatment, family therapy centre, residential treatment, and school-based programs], employee assistance programs, special education schools, and private practice. They are experienced with individuals of all ages, couples, and families. Some supervision hours may also apply toward Clinical Fellow status in the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Depending on mutual interests, supervision of applied research may be available.

 

In-person supervision will occur weekly in Calgary weekly.

  

For further information, contact: Dr. Jeff Chang   jchang@familypsychologycentre.org


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Posted November 9, 2017
Firefly Counselling and Consulting - Couples Psychologist or Provisional Psychologist - Edmonton



Firefly Counselling and Consulting is looking for a Registered Psychologist or provisional psychologist to provide evening and weekend contract work. We are seeking an expert in couples counselling. Additional interest in working with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, workplace stress, addictions, and/or trauma will help round out the caseload.

The preferred skill sets:

  • Training in, and confidence with utilizing Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)
  • Comfortable with the application of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)
  • Ability to engage and retain clients until reaching a healthy therapeutic conclusion


Additional skills in alternate treatment approaches will be considered assets.

Firefly Counselling offers:

  • An active, growing practice
  • Fully furnished offices with picture windows overlooking a green space
  • We provide all the marketing, office supplies, and supportive technology (e.g. tappers for EMDR)
  • State of the art online booking system
  • Access to a comprehensive set of psychometric tools for clinicians interested in psychometric assessment
  • The clinician may use electronic or written notes based on their preference
  • Firefly may market to build an additional client base of clinical interest to you
  • The support of clinical colleagues each with 15+ years of practice experience
  • Competitive reimbursement


Clinician requirements:

  • In good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists as a Registered Psychologist or provisional psychologist
  • Able to provide a clean criminal records check current to 3 months prior application
  • As other clinicians in the office work with children, all clinicians need to provide clean Children Services check current to 3 months prior application
  • Must carry $2 million in professional liability insurance
  • 3 references from established clinicians who have observed your work


Firefly Counselling and Consulting offers services to clients from all walks of life. Therapists must be comfortable working with clients from diverse backgrounds, faiths and orientations.

There may be a therapy dog onsite, and some clients bring certified assistance dogs.

Please submit your CV and cover letter attention, Karin Lord, to firefly@fireflycounselling.ca


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Posted November 9, 2017
The John Howard Society of Grande Prairie - Therapists

 

We’re Not Looking For Good Therapists….
We Want Exceptional Ones

 

The John Howard Society of Grande Prairie is a non profit organization concerned with the causes and consequences of crime. We have a long standing commitment to addressing domestic violence in our community and have been offering treatment programming for over 20 years.

 

We are currently recruiting skilled therapists to provide clinical assessment, therapeutic prep, partner education and support, case management, group therapy and follow up supports. Working with both women and men, these positions require strong clinical skills and the ability to work well as part of a team in providing individual and group therapy to men and women for whom domestic violence is an issue.

 

Our ideal candidate(s) will possess a Masters of Social Work degree or be a Registered Psychologist. Understanding of and experience in practicing narrative therapy would be a definite asset.

 

We would welcome your application if you:

• Believe in the capacity of people to change.
• Are motivated by complexity and skilled enough to navigate your way through it.
• Want to do the best you can and happily support others in doing the same.
• Don’t have all the answers but know how to ask the right questions.
• Are intensely curious and believe there is more than one “right answer”.
• Are flexible and open to differing opinions, even those you may not share.
• Are comfortable challenging others and being challenged.
• Don’t accept that “good enough is good enough” and are always looking for ways to do better.
• Embrace change and have an interest in growth and improvement.
• Demonstrate a strong commitment to teamwork and the ability to work with and engage others, including peers and community.
• Take your job seriously but understand the importance of wellness and fun in the workplace.

 

We currently have openings ranging from contract (evening) work to part or full time. These opportunities will be available until suitable candidates are selected.

 

Please send resumes to:
penny@johnhowardgp.ca

 

Thank you to all those that apply. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.


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Posted November 7, 2017
Wood's Home - Senior Clinician - Calgary Area

 

We Never Say No. We Never Give up. We Never Turn Anyone Away.

 

Wood’s Homes is a multi-service, non-profit children’s mental health centre based in Calgary. Our over 550 staff and volunteers help provide 35 programs and services for 28,000 children and their families each year in Calgary, Lethbridge, Canmore, Strathmore, Fort McMurray and Fort Smith, N.W.T.

Commitment to high-risk adolescents, challenged with some very tough issues, is not easy and the reality is that most problems surface after hours. These are the times when our frontline workers spring into action. Work hours at Wood’s Homes are typically round-the-clock and the type of work we do requires quick thinking, confidence, forgiveness and persistence.

We are currently seeking a Senior Clinician for our Outpatient Clinical Services and Intensive and Community Mental Health Programs.

Outpatient Clinical Services provides individual and family therapy along with specialized assessments for families and individuals in need within the Calgary area. Campus and Community Mental Health Programs serve significantly at-risk children, youth and families in need of out of home supports.

Reporting to the Program Manager, the Senior Clinician will provide triage and coordination of therapeutic and placement referrals, assessment and treatment services as part of the outpatient clinical team, and clinical consultation.

Hourly Rate Range: $32.00 to $45.00

RESPONSIBILITES include but are not limited to:

• Providing triage for individuals and families seeking outpatient clinical supports
• Providing triage for Calgary and Area and national Children’s Services referrals for Campus and Community Mental Health Programs
• Provides direct treatment services to a caseload of children, youth and families in the form of family, individual and group intervention, therapy, and assessment.
• Can provide psycho-educational assessment and possesses a thorough knowledge of cognitive testing procedures and protocols.
• Provides clinical supervision of select staff, other therapists, and students.
• Provides clinical consultation and support to Wood’s Homes programs on an as-needed basis.

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION:
• A Masters or Ph.D. Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Family Nursing, Art Therapy, or a related field.
• Possesses certification and additional formal education in psychological testing and/or clinical supervision (provisional and/or otherwise)
• Is currently registered by the appropriate professional association.

Wood’s Homes is proud to be awarded one of the 100 Best Places to Work in Canada for 2011 and 2012, as well as one of Canada’s Best Workplaces for Women in 2011. We offer an exceptional benefits package including vision, dental, extended health, a generous Group Registered Pension Plan and a Computer Literacy Incentive Plan.

Please submit a resume to Wood’s Homes – Human Resources Department (Parkdale Campus) via email to: human.resources@woodshomes.ca. Please quote competition code ‘Last Name, First Name, Senior Clinician’ in the subject line. We thank all applicants for their interest, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Please visit us at www.woodshomes.ca for more information about our organization.


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Posted November 7, 2017
SunRise Psychology Centre - Psychologists - Sherwood Park

 

SunRise Psychology Centre is an established private practice located in Sherwood Park, Alberta. Our clinic is located within the Synergy Wellness Centre, a building filled with health related practitioners. Our location has allowed us to create an extensive cross referral network between physicians and other health professionals in the building. Having been in Sherwood Park since 2012 we have an established client base with clients coming from Edmonton, Strathcona County, and beyond. We pride ourselves on being a diverse clinic with a variety of specialties, theoretical foundations and cultural backgrounds.


SunRise Psychology Centre is looking for 2 psychologists to join our clinic. We are experiencing a wonderful growth and would like to expand to allow experienced clinicians to join our team. We are looking for clinicians that can work a minimum of 2-3 days per week.

 

Our specially designed clinic features soundproof walls, a welcoming reception area, five therapy rooms including a play therapy room, a conference room, and a staff room. We have a newly updated website and listings on all major psychology sites. We are open 6 days per week and offer day, evening, and weekend appointments.

We require:

• Full Registration with College of Alberta Psychologists.
• Minimum 5 years clinical experience
• Experience from private practice, minimum 2 years
• Strong clinical, diagnostic, and therapeutic skills
• A strong professional identity, high work ethics, and a great team player.

We offer:

• Monthly Case Conferences
• Fully staffed front desk
• State of the Art Digital Charting System
• Great collegial environment
• Established referral network
• Favorable compensation
• Excellent learning environment
• Flexible hours
• Complementary tea and coffee services

Start date: Immediate


Please submit your CV, cover letter, and 2 professional references to sunriseonlinebooking@icloud.com.


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Posted November 1, 2017
Provisional Psychologist - Strathmore & Drumheller


Wheatland County Counselling

 

An opportunity is available for a skilled, detail oriented Provisional Psychologist. Wheatland County Counselling is a growing rural practice serving the communities of Strathmore and Drumheller. An exciting opportunity exists for a provisional psychologist to establish themselves in private practice in an area of the province where demand for psychological services is high.


The opportunity is expected to begin as 2 days per week and expand to full time, depending on motivation and availability of the successful incumbent.

Ability to work with adults, couples, as well as children and youth is an asset. Willingness to practice in both Strathmore and Drumheller is preferred. 

Please submit resumes complete with references to: rdundas@wheatlandcountycounselling.com.

 

Shortlisted candidates will be contacted after the holiday season.


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Posted October 25, 2017
Registered Psychologist - Edmonton

CASA Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health provides a broad range of innovative community based mental health services for infants, children, adolescents and their families. We offer creative opportunities for clinical work, program development, education and research.  We are recruiting to the following position:

 

Registered Psychologist, Full Time (1.0 FTE), Regular

Psychological Assessment Team

2nd Floor, 13415 Fort Road, Edmonton

Competition Number 17-059

 

The Psychological Assessment and Consultation Services program (PAC) team supports children and adolescents whose difficulties with learning, executive function or concurrent mental illness stymie progress in their treatment at CASA.  It is also a resource to CASA clinicians seeking assistance or consultation for children and youth regarding formal assessment, ‘complex cases’ or specialized therapy where learning or cognitive factors confound standard services.

Reporting to the Program Manager with clinical supervision being provided by the Clinical Lead, the Registered Psychologist will be responsible for:

  • Selecting and administering age appropriate assessment methods and material to determine the needs of the child or adolescent.
  • Interpreting assessment results and compiling comprehensive psychological assessment reports that address the reason for referral and include appropriate recommendations.
  • Communicating results and recommendations to parents and clinicians.
  • ·        Providing consultation services to clinicians as needed.

Requirements:

  • Previous experience translating and administering psychological assessments and tests.
  • Psychologists who are registered and in good standing with their professional college are invited to apply.
  • Prior multidisciplinary team experience and on-going commitment to collaborative problem-solving is required
  • Prior success with high-needs youth with learning disabilities / developmental delay / executive dysfunction / complex needs an asset

 

Salary Range: 

$38.52 - $49.43/hour                          

 

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Benefits:

We are a learning organization that promotes and provides educational opportunities for staff.

 

Our employee benefit package consisting of excellent extended health and dental benefits – including acupuncture and massage - life insurance, short term and long term disability. These benefits and more are available to you after your first 90 days with CASA.

 

Please forward your resume, quoting Competition #17-059 to:

Email:  employment@casaservices.org  


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Posted October 18, 2017
CASA House - Clinical Lead - Sherwood Park

 

 

CASA Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health provides a broad range of innovative community based mental health services for infants, children, adolescents and their families. We offer creative opportunities for clinical work, program development, education and research.  We are recruiting to the following position:

 

Clinical Lead, Full Time (1.0 FTE), Regular

CASA House

9400 Emerald Drive, Sherwood Park

Competition Number 17-030

 

CASA House is an intensive residential treatment program in Sherwood Park that treats adolescents with complex mental health problems using a multidisciplinary team approach with an emphasis on family involvement and trauma informed care.

 

The Clinical Lead works collaboratively with the Program Manager, Psychiatrists and multidisciplinary team members to achieve positive patient outcomes and contributes to establishing a positive workplace culture.

 

Key Responsibilities include:

  • Provides leadership in the promotion and delivery of quality clinical services
  • Supports the transition of patients from CASA House back to community
  • Provides clinical supervision based on best practice
  • Ensures a patient centered approach to service delivery
  • Promotes clinical program development
  • Engages staff to achieve their optimal functioning and clinical contributions
  • Facilitates collaborative relationships and transitions across CASA programs
  • Works collaboratively with other service providers

Requirements:

  • Masters degree in Psychology, Social Work (with psycho social intervention designation) and current registration with a relevant professional body.
  • Clinical expertise demonstrated through a minimum of 5 years clinical practice, staff supervision and coaching skills
  • Strong staff development skills to optimize team functioning
  • Evidence informed practice
  • Experience in individual, family and group therapies
  • Skills and experience in conflict resolution
  • Criminal Record Check and Intervention Record Check issued within the past 90 days

 

Salary Range:  $89,416.90 - $100,601.00

 

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Benefits: We are a learning organization that promotes and provides educational opportunities for staff.

 

Our employee benefit package consisting of excellent extended health and dental benefits – including acupuncture and massage - life insurance, short term and long term disability. These benefits and more are available to you after your first 90 days with CASA.

 

Please forward your resume, quoting Competition #17-030 to:

Email:  employment@casaservices.org  


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Posted October 16, 2017
OrionHealth - Registered Psychologist - Surrey and Vancouver

 

Psychologist – Surrey and Vancouver, BC

 

A sign-on bonus is only one of the benefits you can expect when you join CBI Health Group/OrionHealth as a Psychologist. If you are a clinician that is looking for a strong peer environment, opportunities for related clinical education and interesting areas of practice within an interdisciplinary team environment, then this opportunity might be for you!

 

 

As a Psychologist within our CBI Health Group/OrionHealth team,you will be responsible for the provision of clinical services for our patients referred for psychology services. This will include consultation, evaluation, assessment, diagnoses, interventions, monitoring of progress/outcomes and discharge with individuals and/or groups. The caseload consists of treating adult clients within a variety of different contexts (e.g., pain management, occupational rehabilitation, and trauma treatment).

 

QUALIFICATIONS

 

To take on the role of Psychologist, you must:

 

  • Hold a doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology or a related field (e.g., Counselling Psychology)
  • Be registered or eligible for registration with the College of Psychologists of British Columbia
  • Supervision is available during the registration process.
  • Have experience with trauma/challenging populations
  • Be able to work both autonomously and as part of an interdisciplinary healthcare team
  • Have a high degree of proficiency in problem solving and decision making
  • Be efficient and responsive in the provision of required clinical documentation
  • Have experience working with clients that are referred through third party insurers such as WSBC and LTD (asset)

 

About CBI Health Group:

 

CBI Health Group is Canada’s largest provider of integrated community healthcare. For over 40 years, we have remained totally committed to improving the health and enriching the lives of Canadians.

 

What sets us apart is our ability to work as a unified network dedicated to the ongoing learning that allows us to foster best practices, improve access to care and create better results for our patients. We organize our teams and services to ensure the right professionals and caregivers provide the right service, at the right time, in the right place.

 

In over 250 facilities, our services are provided by a dedicated team of more than 11,000 administrators, support staff and care providers that include physiotherapists, occupational therapists, registered massage therapists, kinesiologists, chiropractors, speech-language pathologists, psychologists, physicians, nurses, dietitians and behaviour therapists.

 

The CBI group of companies includes CBI Health Centres, CBI Home Health, We Care Home Health Services, Monarch House, CBI Workplace Solutions, and CBI Assessment Services. Our expanding transitional and residential community care network now numbers more than 60 homes nationwide.

 

At CBI, our people really care and believe that by working together, we can aim higher and make great things happen every day.  

             

Facebook: facebook.com/cbihealthgroup | Twitter: twitter.com/cbihealthgroup | www.cbi.ca

 

CBI Health Group is committed to accommodating people with disabilities as part of our hiring process. If you have special requirements, please advise Human Resources during the recruitment and selection process.

 

To apply for this position, submit your resume to bccareers@cbi.ca, stating “Psychologist” in the subject line. We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


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Posted September 18, 2017
Psychology Plus - Psychologist - Calgary SW

 

Are you ready to build your private Psychological practice to full time?

 

A well established and reputable Psychological Clinic, in South West Calgary, is looking for a Registered Psychologist to join our team.

 

The successful applicant will have;

 

  1. Current Registration in Alberta
  2. At least 5 years of experience after completing the Provisional requirements.
  3. Some unusual areas of qualification and expertise that are in demand.
  4. Current clients that they are able to bring with them to a private practice.

 

Please send a current CV and a short list of your specialized areas of practise to

psychologyplus@shaw.ca, or phone 403-258-3734 (during daytime business hours) and ask to speak to Nivia for more information.

 


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Posted July 13, 2017
Buffalo Trail Public Schools is seeking three (3) Mental Health Professionals

 

Mental Health Professional

Buffalo Trail Public Schools is seeking three (3) Mental Health Professionals/Psychologists/Provisional Psychologists to provide a variety of school-based mental health supports to students and staff for the 2017-2018 school year. Commencing August 28th, 2017, the Mental Health Professionals will provide direct support to students and staff and work with members of the school community to increase their knowledge, skills and competencies related to mental health and illness issues.

The successful applicants will be formally educated in health, social sciences, or education, and have obtained a Degree in one of the following, or equivalent: Psychology; Social Work: or Education.  The candidate must also be currently or eligible for registration with a provincial or national, regulated, governing body.  In addition to an appropriate Degree, the successful applicants will have the following: 

 

Qualifications and Work Experience:

  • Effective verbal and written skills including the ability to listen to others, communicate clearly, and maintain appropriate records
  • Demonstrates creative problem-solving and decision-making skills
  • Resilience and a commitment to professional development
  • Takes initiative and is able to work independently as well as in teams
  • Ability to develop supportive relationships with children, youth, and adults
  • Familiar with the educational, developmental, behavioral, emotional, social, and recreational needs of children, youth and families
  • Solid comprehension and practice of personal and professional boundaries
  • Understanding and awareness of current trends and issues along the mental health continuum
  • Understanding of Systems Theory
  • Awareness and understanding of the various systems and interventions available to support children’s mental health, and make appropriate referrals therein 
  • Experience in various interventions and support delivery along the mental health continuum
  • Experience with delivering programming and comfortable public speaking
  • Proficient with technology and knowledgeable of social media
  • A Masters Degree in Educational Psychology, or equivalent, would be considered a definite asset
  • Provisionally Registered, Registered, or eligible to Register with the College of Alberta Psychologists

 

The successful candidates will be required to provide a clear RCMP Criminal Records Check and a Child Welfare Check. A valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle are necessary since travel is required as part of this position.

 

Salary will be commensurate with the successful applicant’s experience and training.

 

Only applicants who are selected for interviews will be contacted. Applications will remain open until a suitable applicant is found. 

Closing date: Until Suitable Candidate is Found

 

Please email resumes along with references to:
Crystal Tower, Director of Inclusive Learning,
Buffalo Trail Public Schools
Email: crystal.tower@btps.ca


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