Looking for Child Psychologist

POSITION: Psychologists – Masters or Doctoral (or Candidate Register)
Dartmouth Psychological Services
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Dartmouth Psychological Services is looking for a Child Psychologist to join our team on a part-time basis with the potential to grow to full-time. Hours are flexible – daytime, evening, and weekend hours are available, as is the option to provide services in-person and virtually (through the Jane platform). We offer associates an opportunity to grow their practice by providing new referrals, ongoing promotion/advertising, comprehensive administrative and team support, as well as opportunities to grow professionally. Compensation is fair and competitive.

The chosen applicant will be a Registered Psychologist (or Candidate Register) at the Master’s or Doctoral level. They will be ethically minded, client focused and experienced in providing evidence-based counselling to children struggling with a range of issues.

DPS is a team of collaborative and caring practitioners who have been providing evidence-based mental health services to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families in the HRM for over 20 years (previously Jacqueline Milner-Clerk & Associates). We also host the Breathe Mindfulness Centre within our clinic, which specializes in offering mindfulness and compassion-based classes, workshops, and programs. We are conveniently located in Queen Square downtown Dartmouth with beautiful harbour views, close to the Alderney ferry terminal and directly on a Halifax Transit route. We are a very busy and established practice offering a rewarding experience for the right psychologist.

For more information about our practice, visit dartmouthpsychological.ca. Please fax, mail, or email resume to: Dartmouth Psychological Services, 45 Alderney Drive, Suite 1050, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, B2Y 2N6. Fax: 902-461-0517. Email: admin@dartmouthpsychological.ca

Project & Program Manager, Veteran Homelessness Project

POSITION: Psychologists – Masters or Doctoral
Landing Strong
Windsor & Falmouth, Nova Scotia

Job Advertisement – Project & Program Manager, Veteran Homelessness Project
This position is based onsite, located in our Windsor and Falmouth, Nova Scotia offices.
4-year contract with the possibility of renewal.
Salary (based on a 40-hour work week) is commensurate with experience and level of education.

Job description:
Working under the leadership of the Executive Director, this position will be involved in the development of innovative programs designed to support veterans, first responders and their families impacted by post-traumatic stress disorder and operational stress injuries. This project focusses on the challenges facing veterans who are at risk for homelessness. There will also be opportunities for collaboration and involvement in Military Sexual Misconduct Project, which is also being run by our organization. We are looking for a person who feels compelled to do this work. If you are committed to bettering the lives of people who have served our communities and country as police officers, members of the Armed Forces, paramedics, fire fighters and other similar professions, then we are interested in speaking to you.
Our Mission: Landing Strong helps those who are suffering find their place within their families and community and, just as importantly, reclaim their identity. Individuals are supported in a safe and inviting community. Support for families is also a key component of our vision. Our team is multi-disciplinary, creative, thoughtful and fun, and we want someone who is interested in being a leader within this evolving organization. To us, leadership is collaborative, respectful, and requires excellent listening skills. You will be working and need to comfortable within a therapeutic, client-centred environment. You will work closely with not only the Executive Director, but also with the Manager of Corporate Services as part of the leadership team, all of whom are accountable to a volunteer board of directors.
You also need to have solid skills in:

Conducting a need assessment
Clinical care of complex cases
Curriculum/program development
Partnership development and administration
Public speaking and group facilitation
Granting writing and reporting
Managing the requirements of large grants within a non-profit organization
Background experience and graduate level training in psychology, social work or a related field are essential. Clinical training and subject matter knowledge and expertise are strongly preferred. Experience in conducting literature reviews, needs assessments and program development are desired. This is a creative position that will involve thinking outside of the box in order to understand, develop and help deliver engaging and effective programs designed to address the needs of veterans and first responders at risk due to the nature of their work, particularly those at risk for homelessness and survivors of military sexual trauma.

This is a phenomenal opportunity for someone who wishes to grow their experience in the
development of proactive services designed to assist members of our population who are
particularly vulnerable or at risk.
Interested applicants please submit resume and cover letter no later than July 18th at 5pm ADT
to Deborah Eaton deaton@landingstrong.com

Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Research Veterans Homelessness: conducting literature reviews and gathering ideas for treatment/prevention/support
Literature Review and preparation of summary report regarding Veterans Homelessness and prevention of homelessness: risk factors, challenges, needs and programs.
Develop structure/plan for needs assessment
Reaching out to organizations, creating partnerships, and sharing information regarding needs and programming.
Conduct needs assessment, write summary report with recommendations for programming initiatives and direction.
Oversee and manage the clinical care of clients coming through the program
Work with clinical staff to develop programs to address needs.
Oversee staff and consultants associated with the project.
The possibility of hiring consultants to assist in program developments for areas where we do not have specific expertise.
Develop a plan for program outcome evaluation, keeping in mind that Landing Strong already uses standardized questionnaires pre and post programs. Overseeing outcome assessment measures and post-program evaluation.
Use findings to refine programs.
Recruit participants for programs.
Possibility of co-facilitating some of the programs when appropriate along with mental health practitioner.
Writing yearly summary report for funding agencies.
Presenting project and outcomes at conferences.
Develop recommendations for Public Policy and Advocacy with various levels of government.
Grant writing.
Collaborate with the members of the MST project. There is potential for leadership within this project depending on the applicant’s background and experience.

Benefits include:
4 weeks paid vacation, 9 statutory holidays, 5 sick days, 2 personal days per year.
Group health benefits provided on a shared basis.

Position to start:
We expect interviews to begin during the week of July 22nd, 2024, with the successful candidate starting the week of August 19th, 2024, or as soon as possible thereafter.
This position is based out of our offices in Falmouth and Windsor, Nova Scotia. The successful candidate must have a clear criminal record and vulnerable sector report upon hiring and is responsible for any fees incurred.
We thank all who apply but will be reaching out to only those candidates being interviewed.

Empowerment Health Services seeks Psychologists

POSITION: Psychologists – Masters or Doctoral
Empowerment Health Services
Truro, Nova Scotia

Dr. Tara Power and Empowerment Health Services seeks psychologists interested in expanding their skills to include neuropsychological and comprehensive psychological assessments within a legal context. 

We are a private practice firm in Truro, Nova Scotia specializing in independent medical evaluations (IME) in the Atlantic Provinces and Ontario. These assessments are offered both virtually and in person. We seek a dedicated and skilled psychologist to join our team as part of our ongoing growth.

At Empowerment Health, you will be able to provide comprehensive psychological and/or neuropsychological assessments and learn about the intersection of law and psychology. We have established relationships with a multitude of IME agencies and can provide the right candidate with the opportunity to learn and grow within our practice. This position would be perfect for a psychologist looking to gain experience in neuropsychological and psychological assessment, medical evaluations and the processes of expert witness testimony.


  • Design assessment protocols appropriate for each case.
  • Conduct assessments through various treatment modalities, including interviewing, behavioural, observation, self-report inventories and psychologist-administered test batteries. 
  • Conduct personal history interviews with examinees.
  • Review academic and medical records.
  • Administer and score neuropsychological and psychological tests (intelligence, academic achievement, cognition, personality) to adults.
  • Provide a comprehensive oral and/or written assessment of client functioning that may include specific information on the following areas: intellectual, neuropsychological, and psychological (including psychopathology). 
  • Provide treatment recommendations based on your knowledge of evidence-based research.
  • Produce and maintain confidential client clinical records under established standards and procedures.
  • Ensure the safety and well-being of patients being investigated and encourage optimal performance by providing appropriate physical and psychological support.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned


  • Master’s or Doctoral degree in clinical psychology from an accredited institution.
  • Current licensure or eligibility for licensure as a psychologist in Nova Scotia.
  • Ability to plan, organize and prioritize work.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to establish rapport with clients and collaborate effectively with colleagues.
  • Ability to work effectively both independently and collaboratively within a team. 
  • Excellent English language skills (spoken and written)

Qualifications that may be assets:

  • Experience conducting psychological and/or neuropsychological assessments in a clinical setting.
  • Strong diagnostic skills and ability to formulate treatment plans based on assessment results.
  • Strong clinical skills and knowledge of evidence-based practices for treating various mental health disorders.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of treatment and behaviour management modalities, psychological and neuropsychological testing and interpretation. 
  • Ability to prepare comprehensive written assessments. 
  • Demonstrated knowledge of relevant legislation.
  • Prior experience.


  • Highly competitive compensation.
  • Administrative and testing support personnel.
  • Practice management software to assist with scheduling, electronic record keeping and billing.
  • Up-to-date testing materials and training.
  • Potential for travel and opportunities for professional development and consultation.
  • Supportive work environment with a collaborative team culture.
  • Supervision in the areas of Clinical Psychology (adult) and Neuropsychology (adults and seniors) for a variety of client populations
  • Ability to offer assessments virtually and in person. 

If interested, please forward your CV or resume to: Office@empowermenthealth.ca or mail to: 1 Commercial Street, 3rd Floor, Truro, NS, B2N3H8

Annapolis Valley Psychological Services, Inc.

In the past several years, it has become abundantly clear that there is a significant mental health crisis in Canada. Our community members need assistance and support in addressing the many facets of their lives that are competing against their mental well-being. At Annapolis Valley Psychological Services Inc. (AVPS Inc.), we strive each day to provide a positive, caring and supportive therapeutic experience for our clients.

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Coastal Psychology Inc.

POSITION: Full-time or Part-time Psychologist
ORGANIZATION: Coastal Psychology Inc.
LOCATION: Halifax, Nova Scotia

Coastal Psychology, a leading private practice in Halifax, Nova Scotia, is seeking a dedicated Psychologist to join our dynamic team on a full- or part-time basis. As a well-established high-demand mental health provider, Coastal Psychology is committed to delivering the highest-quality psychological services to our diverse clientele.

The ideal candidate would have the following qualifications:

  • Doctoral degree in Psychology from an accredited program
  • Registered, Candidate Registered, or eligible for registration, with the Nova Scotia Board of Examiners in Psychology
  • Proficiency in evidence-based assessment and treatment
Read more “Coastal Psychology Inc.”

Seagram & Associates and Landing Strong Position Available

POSITION: Part-Time/ Full-Time Registered Psychologist Position Available
ORGANIZATION: Seagram & Associates and Landing Strong

Our collaborative mental health counselling practice is comprised of mental health professionals who help children, youth, adults, and families create lasting change and enhanced wellness. We provide individual therapy, couples therapy and family treatment.

We are currently looking for full or a part-time Registered Psychologist to work in our Windsor (Seagram & Associates and Landing Strong) offices. Our team is multi-disciplinary, creative, thoughtful, and fun. We want someone who is interested in being a leader within this evolving organization. To us, leadership is collaborative, respectful, and requires excellent listening skills. You will need to be comfortable within a therapeutic, client-centred environment.

General Description
Landing Strong is a non-profit organization devoted to supporting military members, veterans, first responders and their families impacted by work related trauma exposure. If you are commitment to bettering the lives of people who have served our communities and country as police officers, members of the Armed Forces, paramedics, fire fighters and other similar professions, then we are interested in speaking to you.

Our Mission:
Landing Strong helps those who are suffering find their place within their families and community and, just as importantly, reclaim their identity. Individuals are supported in a safe and inviting community. Support for families is also a key component of our vision.

Within Landing Strong, there is the opportunity for group work, program development and involvement in our intensive, holistic day programming. We focus on building resiliency, promoting health, and when appropriate, supporting successful reintegration back into work.

At Seagram & Associates, we empower our clients with the support and tools they need to enrich their lives, improve their mental health, and inspire growth and development – in life, in work, and in relationships. Our collaborative practice is comprised of mental health professionals who help children, youth, adults, and families create lasting change and enhanced wellness. We provide individual therapy, couples therapy and family treatment.

The Registered Psychologist will be required to function as an autonomous mental health practitioner in collaboration with the Executive/Clinical Director. The position may be tailored to varying specialties or experiences. Of particular interest is a clinician with experience in trauma therapy using any of the following treatment modalities: CBT, EMDR, Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive Processing Therapy, EFT.

This can be either a part- or full-time position, depending on the availability of the practitioner.

Collaborative clinic setting
Calm and pleasing work environment
Motivated clients with diverse presenting issues
Administrative support
Flexible schedule
Team meetings that focus on wellness of the clinician
Opportunity for case consultation/support as needed.

Providing treatment of a variety of mental health issues using evidence-based, trauma informed practice.
Creating and maintaining patient records and required reports in a timely manner.
Working collaboratively with a clinical supervisor to develop case formulations, identify treatment goals and support client progress in meeting these goals.

Doctoral Degree or Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology or related field in Psychology (e.g. Counselling Psychology).
Registered or Candidate Register Psychologist with the Nova Scotia Board of Examiner’s in Psychology.
Experience and competency working with children, adolescents, or adults, individually, couples or families.
Ability to work independently, yet collaboratively.
Excellent interpersonal, communication, and inter-professional teamwork skills.
Current professional liability insurance.
Experienced with operating a computer and some ability with MS office.

Please visit our websites for more information about us:
This position is subject to a Criminal Record Check, including Vulnerable Sector Search, an Adult Abuse Registry Check, and a Child Abuse Registry Check.

Please email resume to:

Deborah Eaton
Manager, Corporate Services & Human Resources

Lifemark Looking for Virtual Psychologist

POSITION: Psychologist (Part-time and Full Time)
ORGANIZATION: Lifemark Health Group, Provincial Mental Health Programs & Services
LOCATION: Fully Remote with Home Clinic at Greenwood Physiotherapy pt Health

Lifemark Health Group is always looking for talented Psychologists and other healthcare professionals to continue our goal of promoting movement to a better life. Whether it’s a role at one of our clinics across the country, a hybrid or fully remote role or in our corporate office, you can join a passionate team working to improve the health and well-being of Canadians.

Salaried and fee-for-service options (part-time and full-time) English and French services are offered. Proficiency in French is a strong asset.

Are you a passionate psychologist looking to belong to a supportive, collaborative community to implement our bold vision to optimize the benefit of mental health services to diverse audiences from prevention to intervention? If so, join Lifemark Health Group and grow with us as we build provincial teams in support of our national mental health strategy.

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Fenwick Psychology & Wellness Associates Inc.

Fenwick Psychology and Wellness Associates is growing and we are hoping to welcome a psychologist with an interest in working with adults to our practice. Our clinic has been offering services in the Halifax Region for over 20 years, and we have a wide variety of well-established referral sources. At Fenwick, we endeavour to make our clients and staff feel welcome and comfortable so that we can provide the excellent service that our clients deserve.

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Dr. Daniel Chorney & Associates Psychological Services

Our practice is committed to providing the highest quality, evidence-based psychological services to children and adults in Halifax. We provide a collaborative and supportive work environment for psychologists so that they can focus on providing effective care to clients.

Read moreDr. Daniel Chorney & Associates Psychological Services”

Affinity Specialized Developmental Group Inc.

Seeking collaborative, developmentally-focused, enthusiastic psychologists for our growing multidisciplinary private practice.

The Affinity Specialized Developmental Group Inc. (aka Affinity Group or ASD Group) is a newly created multidisciplinary private practice in Halifax where families can access a range of assessment and intervention services in the context of a single office. Current ASD Group team members include highly skilled and passionate professionals – including psychology, behaviour therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, and learning coaching.

Our goal is to provide an evidence-based, continuum of care to our clients – supporting the development of the cognitive, behavioural, physical, emotional, and social selves.

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Marsh-Knickle and Associates

Marsh-Knickle and Associates is a well established practice serving the Halifax Regional Municipality and beyond. We have multiple opportunities for Registered and Candidate Register Psychologists who work with various populations. 

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Mindful Therapies, Inc.

Full or Part-Time Psychologist Position Opening

Mindful Therapies Inc. is now recruiting Psychologists (Registered or Candidate Register) who wish to join our practice in Kentville, Nova Scotia.

Looking for a highly motivated, passionate psychologist who values independence, high quality service delivery and a peaceful calm work environment.

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