APNS has joined with the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) and the Council of Professional Associations of Psychologists (CPAP) on a Nanos Research survey to gauge the impact of COVID-19 on Canadians ability to access mental health care during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please see the APNS media release, the Nanos Nova Scotia specific results and link to the CPA Nanos national results.
Registered psychologist Dr. Ayala Gorodzinsky presented on Sleep in Childhood as part of APNS Psychology Talks. We have posted the webinar on our You Tube channel for those who were unable to attend.
We are currently looking for a part-time Registered Psychologist with the potential of transitioning to a full-time position. 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.Read more “Part-time or Full-time Psychologist”
We are currently looking for a part-time/full-time Registered Psychologist to join a multi-disciplinary, creative, thoughtful and fun team. 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.Read more “Part-time or Full-time Psychologist”
APNS would like to commend the PC Party of Nova Scotia for the progressive work they have done on plans for improving the mental health and addiction system in Nova Scotia. Please see our Open Letter to PC Party Leader Tim Houston. For more information on APNS’ position please see the Briefing to Party Caucuses.
Reporting to the Coordinator of Student Services, the School Psychologist will provide psycho educational and diagnostic services for students in the Annapolis Valley Regional Centre for Education. The School Psychologist will be a member of a team working together to develop, implement, and evaluate comprehensive program plans for these students.Read more “School Psychologist”
|Nova Scotia Psychologist, Fall 2020|
The Fall 2020 issue is now available. Please select this link to download.
True North Psychological Services is excited to announce that we are seeking both Masters or Doctoral level Psychologists and Masters Level Social Workers (MSW) with an interest and experience working with individuals and families impacted by trauma to join all three of our practices in Nova Scotia (e.g., New Minas, Halifax and Kingston).Read more “True North Psychological Services”
Dr. Nina Woulff, Psychologist & Associates welcomes applicants for an Associate Psychologist position. Applicants need to have well developed clinical skills, a confident clinical approach and identified areas of expertise to provide therapy for adult clients. Expertise in treating PTSD and trauma and/or family therapy is an asset. We provide both in in-office and online therapy.Read more “Dr. Nina Woulff, Psychologist & Associates”
Tue, Nov 17, 2020 – 12:00 PM – on-line
All of us have experienced the impact of COVID19 in some shape or form. Dr. Kiran Pure and Ms. Kathleen Smith will discuss the psychological impact COVID19 has had on children, youth, and families. It is evident that the pandemic experience has been difficult and could lead to trauma-related mental health diagnoses and long term emotional, behavioural and psychological issues. Dr. Pure and Ms. Smith will highlight steps that can be taken to build adaptability and resilience in uncertain times and how to move forward to address some of these issues in our children, youth, and families.
An opportunity to develop your independent practice within a well-established clinic in Halifax
We are an especially collegial group of psychologists working in a highly respected practice. We work in a beautiful heritage house, complete with a private garden, in downtown Halifax. Our associates set their own hours and can control their own bookings but are also fully supported by administrative staff. Associates are normally booked four to six weeks in advance and maintain waiting lists. Ours is a supportive environment for both beginning and established practitioners, offering ongoing, informal, brief consultations, as well as regular opportunities for peer consultation with the group.Read more “Genest MacGillivray Psychologists”