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.
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 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.
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 and involvement in our intensive day treatment programming. We focus on building resiliency, promoting health, and when appropriate, supporting successful reintegration back into work. We offer services both in person and online ensuring a continuum of care during times of social distancing.
The registered psychologist will be required to function as an autonomous mental health practitioner in collaboration with the supervising psychologist. 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 and/or adults &couples
- Ability to work independently, yet collaboratively.
- Excellent interpersonal, communication, and inter-professional team work skills.
- Current professional liability insurance.
- Experienced with operating a computer and some ability with MS office.
This position is subject to a Criminal Record Check, including Vulnerable Sector Search, an Adult Abuse Registry Check, and a Child Abuse Registry Check.
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