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The Employee Assistance Services (EAS) at Health Canada offers an EAP that provides short-term solution-focused counselling services to the majority of federal government department employees and their eligible family members.


EAS is currently looking to recruit counsellors of various backgrounds and experiences. We are currently prioritizing recruitment of individuals who identify with and/or have significant experience with the BIPOC and LGBTQ2+ communities to continue to promote, improve, and support diversity and inclusion across the federal public service.


Our program requires that counsellors:

• Be a member “in good standing” of a recognized, mental health professional association which offers an accredited registration to its members

• Have a Master’s degree or equivalent in social science such as Social work, Psychology or Counselling

• Have a minimum of five (5) years of counselling experience

• Have an established private practice for the delivery of counselling services with a confidential voicemail system clearly indicating your name only

• Have minimum liability insurance $2,000,000 per claim

• Undergo a reference verification

• Provide proof of education as well as current copies of liability insurance and professional association membership

How to Apply

Interested individuals can send a copy of their CV via email to .

Contact Email
Expiry 31/12/2021
Clinical Social Worker

True North is seeking to expand our practice by adding new members to our team. Full and part-time positions are available.
If you believe you would be a good fit, we encourage you to contact us to discuss the opportunity of joining our team. We look forward to hearing from you.

True North Therapy and Neurofeedback Services is excited to announce that we are seeking a Social Worker (MSW) with an interest and experience working with individuals, families or children to join any of our locations.

At True North Therapy and Neurofeedback, we work closely with governmental agencies, organizations who assist veterans, military personnel, first responders, and many other referral sources. However, our referrals are not limited to trauma-related challenges as we also work with adults, couples, families, and children facing a wide range of mental health and personal challenges. We regularly have a surplus of referrals and are eager to provide services to all in a timely fashion.

By joining our team, you will have the opportunity to work alongside other mental health professionals, including Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Clinical Social Workers and Licenced Counselling Therapists. You will also receive administrative support as well as the flexibility to create your own schedule to maintain a positive work-life balance (part-time & full-time opportunities available).

We are looking for someone who possesses the following:

•Hold a Masters Degree in Social Work from an accredited university. Various academic backgrounds are encouraged to apply (Clinical, Counselling, Child, etc..).

•Ability to utilize empirically validated informed practices and other evidence-based treatment modalities.

•Registered (must be in good standing) with The New Brunswick Association of Social Workers (NBASW)

•Must possess Professional Liability Insurance or willingness to obtain insurance.

•Demonstrates professionalism and effective case management skills (e.g., timely reports).

Please submit resumes for consideration to

We thank all applicants for their interest. Only selected candidates will be contacted. No phone calls, please.

How to Apply

We thank all applicants for their interest. Only selected candidates will be contacted. No phone calls, please.


Please email resume and cover letter to

Contact Email
Expiry 31/12/2021
Remote Therapist

Provide therapy and make money during your downtime!

Shift, a leader in therapy and mental health education, and Maple, Canada’s premier virtual care platform, have partnered to provide on-demand video therapy. This is the first service of its kind in Canada. It innovates the traditional care model because it provides true on-demand service and because it uses a unique single-issue, solution-focused session model that is 50-minutes in length. Recently, Maple has created the ability for users to schedule initial and follow-up appointments.

After huge success in Ontario, we are expanding the service to other provinces and are currently seeking virtual therapists located in British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland to become part of this growing program.


The Role

We are seeking therapists across all provinces that have RSW, RP, or RP (Qualifying) credentials and who have 2+ years of experience as clinical therapists and are regulated to practice in their province. In particular, we are looking for therapists who are comfortable at quickly addressing a single issue using a variety of brief intervention modalities and feel confident that they can provide support for a wide range of individuals. Those that feel particularly comfortable with technology are encouraged to apply.


Being a Maple therapist means …

  • Being part of the most innovative virtual care platform in Canada;

  • Allowing individuals to access therapy from the comfort of their own home;

  • Allowing you to deliver therapy from the comfort of your own home;

  • Working on your own schedule;

  • Being supported by a great team at Shift.


The Details

In this role, you will be an on-demand therapist contracted by Shift, and you will fulfill two kinds of sessions: on-demand sessions and scheduled sessions.

  • On-demand sessions: Whenever there is an incoming consultation, you will simply “pick-up” sessions when you wish between the hours of 8 am to 8 pm any day of the week.

  • Scheduled sessions: You will be required to insert a minimum of three shifts per week of two hours (6 hours/week total) in duration in the Maple calendar, so clients also have the option to schedule sessions with you directly on the app.

While this role is inherently flexible, we expect each therapist to be “live” on the platform on a regular basis, checking for available consultations at least once every 24 hours, 7 days per week. Therapists are free to take the sessions anywhere on their iPhone, laptop or desktop computer provided they are in a space appropriate to deliver a therapy session (ie: quiet, professional and private) with solid internet access that can accommodate video chat.

For each 50-minute session that is completed, you will be compensated $60, paid on a monthly basis via direct deposit.


The Requirements

  • Have an RSW, RP, or RP (Qualifying) credentials;

  • Master of Social Work degree or Master of Counselling degree;

  • Be registered with your provincial regulatory body;

  • Have 2+ years of experience providing individual therapy to adults;

  • Have a minimum of 6-hours of availability per week;

  • Have up-to-date professional liability insurance or commit to having such insurance prior to your start date;

  • Have a willingness to learn and be comfortable in providing virtual therapy;

  • Routinely contribute content (blog posts, social media posts, therapy tips, etc.) to help

  • Build awareness of the Maple therapy program;

  • You must have an iPhone, iPad, and/or a laptop;

  • Be comfortable with technology and delivering video/phone counseling.


The Perks & Compensation

We offer a preferential split depending on session volume. We offer a supportive work environment, clinical peer supervision, robust administrative support, and be part of a larger team. We regularly have team-building events, professional development opportunities, and pride ourselves on connection.


How to Apply

The Application Process

1 - Please complete our online form at

2 - If we believe there is a potential fit, our team will review your application and reach out to you for a video interview during which we can discuss the role in greater detail.

Contact Email
Expiry 31/03/2022
Clinical Research Associate/Online Therapist
RegionOut of Province - SK

The Public Safety Personnel Internet-delivered Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (PSPNET) team is located at the University of Regina and part of the Canadian Institute of Public Safety Research and Treatment (CIPSRT) funded by Public Safety Canada.

The PSPNET team is led by Dr. Heather Hadjistavropoulos, one of Canada’s foremost leaders on ICBT. The team consists of both clinicians and researchers who are developing, implementing and evaluating ICBT to help current and former public safety personnel (PSP) to improve their mental health and wellbeing. ICBT typically begins with an online and telephone screening. ICBT itself involves patients reviewing psychoeducational materials over the internet and therapists providing support and directing therapeutic activities via secure messaging and phone calls.

The clinical research associate will work under the supervision of Dr. Heather Hadjistavropoulos at the University of Regina. The clinical research associate will be involved in clinical activities associated with the project. It is anticipated that the clinical research associate will assist with screening clients for ICBT and with delivery of ICBT to PSP. The clinical research associate will also assist with general operation of the PSPNET unit, such as tracking client flow and caseloads and quality improvement and outreach activities. The incumbent will be required to follow protocols as approved by the Research Ethics Board and maintain client records in accordance with health record legislation and research protocol.

Position Requirements
The skills associated with this position would typically be obtained through the completion of a Master’s degree in Social Work, Educational Psychology, Counseling Psychology or Clinical psychology.
- Registration or ability to be registered to practice with professional regulatory body in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island is important;
- Previous direct knowledge and experience working with clients who have mental health problems is required;
- Knowledge and experience in cognitive behavioural therapy a significant asset;
- Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work with team;
- Excellent oral and written communication skills;
- Must be able to work with interdisciplinary team of researchers and clinicians;
- Must be able to work autonomously under supervision;
- Must have strong organizational and time management skills;
- Must have strong assessment and problem solving skills;
- Must have basic computer skills;
- Advanced computer skills an asset;
- Preference will be given to candidates that possess clinical experience;
- Valid driver’s license and road worthy vehicle an asset;
- Ability to work remotely;
- Previous experience with public safety personnel an asset.
- Quality improvement experience is an asset.
- Fluency in English and French is a significant asset;
*Criminal record check may be required for the position.

How to Apply

Can apply at the link above.

Contact Email
Expiry 31/01/2022
12 Neighbours Community Facilitator

12 Neighbours Community Inc. (“12 Neighbours”) is a non-profit organization based in
Fredericton, NB, focused on providing housing for people living without a home. The mandate of
12 Neighbours isn’t just housing however, we are building a Community that will include 96 Tiny
Homes and a Social Enterprise Center that will house several businesses used for on-the-job
training for 12 Neighbours Community members. Our vision is to create a dignified micro-home
Community that provides a safe space to heal, pursue opportunities, and go after your best self.
We are currently recruiting for the role of Community Facilitator.

Position Summary:

The Community Facilitator plays a critical role in the direction of the community and the care
and safety of the 12 Neighbours Community Members. This role requires that you foster a
motivational and encouraging relationship with each community member, and help to provide
an environment where everyone is treated with dignity and respect. This role is considered an
essential service provider of the community and reports to the Director of Community.

You will enjoy this role if:

  • Service to others is a core value and you enjoy working with people
  • You believe in servant leadership
  • You want to participate in creating an environment that allows everyone to feel safe
  • You want to participate in building and developing 12 Neighbours’ systems and processes from infancy through all of its growth stages

Your key deliverables include:

  • Grow the position as an influencer with a positive presence in the 12 Neighbours Community
  • Document interactions with Community members and work in step with a team to lead and guide the Community members as they work toward their life goals in all matters related to experiential living
  • As a professional, you will be required to work with other associated professional bodies including the Fredericton City Police, the RCMP, Mental Health, Medical Personnel,
  • Addictions Recovery groups, Education, Justice and various community resources
  • Responsible for evolving strategic guidance initiatives to build community values in areas of overall wellness, poverty reduction, and food security
  • Create, as part of a team, positive workflows within the Community that will evolve over time


  • Bachelor of Social Work degree, registered with NBASW, plus 2 years of practical child protection and Social Services experience
  • A proven ability to coordinate and execute programs within a community setting
  • Understanding of substance use, mental health, recovery and/or harm reduction policies
  • Experience working directly with marginalized populations and employing community development
  • Empathy and compassion for others
  • Excellent active listening skills

12Neighbours Community Inc.

  • Attention to detail
  • Willingness and ability to give and receive feedback
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team
  • A valid class 5 driver’s license is a condition of employment
  • A Vulnerable Sector check required

It would be considered an asset if you have:

  • A Masters degree in Social Work
  • Bilingual (English/French)
  • Training and certification in any of the following: conflict management & resolution, non-violent communication styles, active listening, etc.

We comply with Covid 19 Vaccination mandates and protocol.

We offer a competitive compensation package.

For more information about the 12 Neighbours Community, please visit

If you feel your skill-set would be a fit for our organization and you share our values, please apply
to Thank you for your interest and time, we regret that only those
selected for an interview will be contacted.

How to Apply
Contact Email
Expiry 31/12/2021
Clinical Social Worker
RegionSaint John

Clinical Social Worker
Location: Fredericton, NB

Apply Now All Opportunities

Calian is proud to continue a long-standing contractual relationship with the Department of National Defence (DND) to provide healthcare services to the Canadian Armed Forces. Through the Health Care Provider Contract, Calian employs health care professionals across Canada who are integral to supporting the health and wellbeing of our military members.

The mental health team at CFB Gagetown is seeking a Clinical Social Worker to join the team and provide mental health support to serving members of the Canadian Armed Forces.

Are you looking for a rewarding position where you can make a difference?

Join this mental health team and work alongside various healthcare professionals including physicians, dentists, registered nurses, nurse practitioners, dental assistants, dental hygienists, psychiatrists, physiotherapist, clinical psychologist, dietitian, pharmacist, among others.

Benefit from:

Collaborative Shared-Care Model

Motivated Clients

Time for Administrative Duties

Range of Presenting Issues

Key Duties Include:

Managing crisis interventions and conducting risk assessments for individuals and families

Conducting intakes and completing bio-psychosocial assessments for a wide range of presenting issues such as work related stress, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, suicide ideation, relationship struggles, family stress, somatic complaints, personality disorders and PTSD

Providing treatment through a variety of approaches including individual therapy, couples therapy, and group treatment therapy followed by evaluation of the treatment and therapeutic outcome

Presenting the clients’ care with recommendations to the inter-disciplinary healthcare teams to develop an individualized treatment plan

Analyzing the clients’ needs and provide information and advice to them and their families related to access to appropriate services and resources

Facilitating educational activities and group interventions such as pre-deployment briefings, psychosocial services overview presentations, and group psycho-education sessions

Implementing new interventions or treatment approaches such as telemedicine and virtual reality therapy

Distributing local outreach material such as mental health awareness material to bases and units

Creating and maintaining confidential client reports on treatment services

The qualifications:
To be eligible for this position you must meet the following three requirements:

Must have a Bachelor's Degree or Master's Degree in Social Work from a recognized university

Must have a minimum of 3 years post-graduate experience with an adult population administering assessments, creating treatment plans, and delivering counselling services for individuals, couples, and groups.

Must hold a current membership certificate as a Registered Social Worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers

Days of work: Monday to Friday

37.5 Hours per week

How to Apply

Please reach out to if you are interested in the opportunity.

Contact Email
Expiry 30/12/2021
Child Protection Worker Career Opportunities
RegionOut of Province - BC

Ministry of Children and Family Development
Multiple Locations

Child Protection Worker Career Opportunities!

Salary: $59,288.72- $75,884.38 annually (Growth)
Plus 2 Grid Temporary Market Adjustment at the full working level

Grow your social services career with the BC Public Service! Join a provincial team united by a shared commitment to maximize the potential of every child in B.C.

The Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD) promotes and develops the capacity of families and communities to care for and protect vulnerable children and youth, and supports healthy child and family development to maximize the potential of every child in B.C. The Ministry is responsible for regional and province-wide delivery of services and programs through dedicated ministry social workers that support positive and healthy outcomes for children, youth and their families.

We are looking for individuals devoted to helping others and improving the lives and well-being of children and families. When you pursue a career as a Child Protection Worker, you are choosing a meaningful role in supporting the lives of British Columbians. If you have a passion towards ensuring the safety and well-being of children and want to join a collaborative, dedicated team of professionals, these opportunities are for you!

For more information about working for the BC Public Service, please see What We Offer.

There are two Child Protection Worker opportunities to apply on:

Child Protection Worker Provincial Posting hiring in: Courtenay, Creston, Dawson Creek, Fernie, Fort St John, Grand Forks, Nelson, Oliver, Penticton, Port Alberni, Powell River, Salmon Arm, Sechelt, Squamish, Trail (Castlegar).

We also have multiple float positions available (Successful applicants may be required to work from any office in the Service Delivery Area)

Child Protection Worker Rural and Remote Communities in: Burns Lake, Chetwynd, Fort Nelson, Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte), Hazelton, Kitimat, Mackenzie, Merritt, Nakusp, Prince Rupert, Port Hardy, Smithers, Vanderhoof, Terrace, Williams Lake.

For more information, a complete list of qualifications, and to apply online by January 28, 2021, please go to:

How to Apply

For more information, a complete list of qualifications, and to apply online by January 28, 2021, please go to:

Contact Email
Expiry 28/01/2022
7 on 7 off Child Protection Worker
RegionOut of Province - BC

Ministry of Children and Family Development
Fort St James

7 on 7 off Child Protection Worker
$59,288.72 - $75,884.38 annually plus 1-Grid Temporary Market Adjustment at the full working level

This position will be providing services in Fort St. James and surrounding areas. Your home and/or headquarters will be located in BC, in the lower mainland (or equally cost-effective location).

You will work on a travelling schedule working seven (7) days in the office followed by seven (7) days of rest at your home location (home location is defined as your usual place of residence). Travel to and from the community offices will occur within the scheduled workdays.

We are looking for dynamic individuals who are devoted to helping others and improving the lives and wellbeing of children and families. When you pursue a career as a Child Protection Worker, you are choosing a meaningful role in supporting the lives of British Columbians. In this Child Protection Worker position, you work with a mindset of curiosity and respect to recognize the strengths and needs of children, youth and families. You are agile and flexible in your responses to needs, focusing on the strengths of individuals, families, communities and cultures.

For more information about working for the BC Public Service, please see What We Offer.

Preferred Credentials:

• Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Social Work OR Child and Youth Care OR Master of Education in Counselling Psychology/Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology with completion of a practicum in family and child welfare OR
• In-service Ministry of Children and Family Development employees who have a SPO 24-30 base position that requires delegation under the Child, Family and Community Services Act (CFCSA).

Expanded Credentials:

• Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services field OR Bachelor’s Degree with a Major/Honors in a Human Services OR Master’s level graduate Certificate/Diploma in a Human Services field AFTER the completion of an unrelated Bachelor’s Degree.
• PLUS, a minimum of two years of recent related OR job-specific work experience.
• Other combinations of education and experience may be considered.

For more information, a complete list of qualifications, and to apply online by January 6, 2022, please go to:

How to Apply

For more information, a complete list of qualifications, and to apply online by January 6, 2022, please go to:

Contact Email
Expiry 06/01/2022
Indigenous Outreach Clinician, Child and Youth Mental Health (CYMH)
RegionOut of Province - BC

Ministry of Children and Family Development
Surrey, Delta, Langley

Indigenous Outreach Clinician, Child and Youth Mental Health (CYMH)
$68,546.51 - $78,183.63 annually plus 1-Grid Temporary Market Adjustment

The Indigenous Outreach Clinician, CYMH provides a range of mental health services to children, youth, and their families, when the child or youth is suffering from serious emotional, psychological, behavioural, or psychiatric illness. The Indigenous Outreach Clinician, CYMH provides direct outreach clinical services such as intake, assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and crisis intervention for Indigenous children, youth, and their families. This role provides group and family therapy while incorporating Indigenous cultural perspectives and provides consultation with community agencies both on and off reserve. This role also provides consultation and training to MCFD clinicians to increase awareness in the development of culturally appropriate assessments, planning and treatment for Indigenous children and youth and their families. The team works in ways that honour truth-telling, wisdom of community and culture and focuses on creative ways to meet the needs of children, youth, and families.

The Indigenous Applicant Advisory Service is available to applicants that self-identify as Indigenous (First Nations, status or non-status, Métis, or Inuit) seeking work or already employed in the BC Public Service. For advice and guidance on applying and/or preparing for an interview for this opportunity, we invite applicants to connect with Amanda, the Indigenous Applicant Advisor, by email: or by phone: 778-698-1336.

The BC Public Service is committed to creating a diverse workplace to represent the population we serve and to better meet the needs of our citizens. Consider joining our team and being part of an innovative, inclusive and rewarding workplace.

Qualifications for this role include:

• Masters in Social Work, Educational Counselling, Clinical Psychology or Child and Youth Care or comparable graduate degree at the Master’s level, or equivalent.
NOTE: If your degree was obtained outside of Canada, you need to confirm it has been assessed for equivalency through the International Credential Evaluation Services (ICES). You must provide a basic report by the closing date of this posting to be considered.
• Minimum of one year full-time equivalent experience working with children and youth and their families, with responsibility for providing a wide range of community based mental health services.
• Must possess and maintain a valid class 5 BC Driver’s licence with no restriction or equivalent (i.e. from another Canadian Province).

For more information, and to apply online by January 20, 2022, please go to:

How to Apply

For more information, and to apply online by January 20, 2022, please go to:

Contact Email
Expiry 20/01/2022