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Therapist (Social Workers)
RegionOut of Province
Description

THERAPISTS (SOCIAL WORKERS)

We have an amazing opportunity for therapists interested in working on a new, innovative online platform.

Since 2015, MindBeacon has been making therapy accessible and affordable by offering guided treatment programs that let patients work at their own pace.

We’re looking for Social Workers and Psychologists from all across Canada with experience in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or a related background. If you want to join their amazing team and make a difference for Canadians, just click the link below to learn more and apply:

Link https://ianmartin.com/mindbeacon/?fbclid=IwAR3VQ2zY4bbbfnbMk5SVoMFeC_q0x04xzBcYITxGKV0H-80J1_Ulqy5_Hco
How to Apply

Please apply through the link.

Contact Email steve.dorling@ianmartin.com
Expiry 30/04/2021
Covid-19 Emergency Response First Call Care Counsellor
RegionMoncton
Description

Are you interested in supporting Canadians during these challenging times?

This is a truly unique opportunity connected to the clinical field that will provide much needed support to fellow Canadians through the Covid-19 pandemic! You will use your counselling abilities to provide telephonic support, tools and resources to meet the needs of a very diverse adult clientele.

These positions are permanent full-time, 37.5 hours weekly, working from home. This is a 24/7 operation including weekends and statutory holidays so we’re looking for flexibility to work days, afternoons or nights. You need to provide a quiet, confidential workspace and connectivity; we’ll provide you with a laptop, telephone and headset. The telephone will require a physical connection to your router.

What you'll be doing
• Action in real time “warm transfer” referrals from our Triage Team
• Deliver solution-focused single session counselling aimed at providing rapid access to appropriate care and problem solving
• Make referrals to on-line support and psycho-educational tools, expert-assisted e-support, counselling, crisis response and referrals to acute care
• Enter client data into the electronic records system while responding to incoming telephone calls
• Identify crisis calls, conduct risk assessments and provide safety planning if necessary

What we're looking for
• Master’s degree in Psychology, Sociology, Counselling or Social Work and current registration with a relevant college is required
• Ability to build therapeutic rapport quickly and easily
• Previous experience with telephonic and/or one on one counselling would be an asset
• Ability to listen and to remain calm and empathetic under stressful situations
• Proficiency with MS Word and Outlook is required, as well as the ability to learn and adapt to new systems quickly
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills, French skills is required

Link http://clients.njoyn.com/CL3/xweb/xweb.asp?clid=52109&page=jobdetails&jobid=J0421-0756&BRID=EX85246&SBDID=1&LANG=1
How to Apply

Please apply through Homewood Health Careers Site. Link is provided above.

Contact Email careers@homewoodhealth.com
Expiry 31/05/2021
Telecounsellor - Remote
RegionSaint John
Description

Telecounsellor
Lifeworks by Morneau Shepell
Remote Work, Canada
Permanent, Full Time or Part Time
Summary

The Telecounsellor in the CAC provides assessments and short-term counselling services directly with clients in a telephonic environment. This includes assessments, counselling, crisis intervention and case management services to EAP clients.

Why Work For Us?

These are just some of the great reasons to join our team:

Permanent position with: Competitive Salary, Limited-Time Signing Bonus, Flexible Working Hours
Customizable Benefits Package, Employee Perks (including cash back at top name retailers)
3 weeks Paid Time-Off, Flex Days, Professional Development Days, Volunteer Time to help the charity of your choice
100% permanent work-from-home
All equipment will be provided
Access to our internal Employee Assistance Program – including counselling, health coaching, nutrition, etc.
Robust Training Program led by mental health professionals to ensure your success from the start
Growth and continuous personal development are pillars of our culture. Work in an environment that values employee engagement, innovation and client service excellence.
What You Will Be Doing

Responsibilities

Provide telephone consultations related to crisis or assessed urgent situations when required. Assess client needs and, record client information.
Counselling is provided within a 50 minute session and documentation takes place during the balance of the counselling hour
Provide clear concise information to clients regarding the EAP Service.
Provide assessments and short-term counselling services using a brief solution focused model.
Refer clients to appropriate internal and external resources as required.
Establish and maintains case files and other pertinent client documents.
Be an active member of a clinical team, participating in committees and mentoring as appropriate.
Attend continuous learning sessions, training and case consultations on a regular basis.
Participate in regular team meetings including professional development opportunities both internal and externally as appropriate.
Complete detailed case notes for all clients.
Act as an ambassador for the service internally and externally
What We Are Looking For

Mandatory:

Master’s degree in Social Work, Clinical Psychology, Counselling/Education or related field.
Registration/membership with relevant college or association.
At least 2 years (or the equivalent of 2500 clinical hours) post-Masters clinical/consulting experience with a broad range of issues, utilizing a brief solution-focused clinical approach
Nice to have:

Preference will be given to candidates with training/experience in brief solution focused counselling and substance abuse treatment through volunteer, academic or work experience
Previous Assessment, Crisis Intervention, and Short term Counselling experience
EAP and prior telephone counselling experience are assets.
Excellent case management skills and familiarity with community resources
Bilingualism in verbal and written French is an asset

Link https://tre.tbe.taleo.net/tre01/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=MSL&cws=37&rid=17115
How to Apply

https://tre.tbe.taleo.net/tre01/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=MSL&cws=37&rid=17115

Contact Email adomski@morneaushepell.com
Expiry 31/08/2021
Licensed Psychotherapist/Psychologist or Social Worker
RegionChaleur
Description

Licensed Psychologist Psychotherapist or Social Worker (specialty: PTSD/trauma)
Operations - Clinical · Fredericton, New Brunswick

Licensed Psychologist (specialty: PTSD/trauma)

About the position

We are looking for a licensed/registered psychotherapist (i.e., psychologist, psychotherapist, social worker) to join our innovative psychedelic psychotherapy practice. The clinic’s program leverages cutting edge research in psychedelic medicine with evidence-based practices to offer modern mental healthcare solutions. The ideal candidate for this position will have an interest in and/or experience with the healing potential of alternate states of consciousness and a desire to learn and grow within this emerging field. The role will include administering psychological evaluations and intake assessments, developing individualized treatment plans, and providing ongoing therapeutic support throughout a client’s course of treatment. This may include conducting both individual and group therapy sessions designed to assist clients in developing awareness, improving coping strategies, restoring functioning, integration experiences, and enhancing overall wellness and quality of life. This is a full-time role with salary and benefits commensurate with experience. In some cases, part-time therapists (minimum 3 days) will be considered.

As an early hire for our Fredericton clinic, you would help to implement and evolve a groundbreaking approach to treating depression, anxiety, and PTSD using ketamine-assisted psychotherapy. As a key member of a multidisciplinary team, your work would be an integral part of a growing network of practices dedicated to providing the best in class psychedelic care.

Primary Responsibilities

Assess clients to determine eligibility, need for service, the nature of the problem, and personalized program recommendations.
Develop and implement an individualized treatment plan with the goal of improving psychological and physical functioning.
Lead individual therapy sessions with clients within the context of treatment programs and provide ongoing support throughout the client experience.
Document clients' progress on an ongoing basis and evaluate the extent to which outcomes have been achieved throughout the course of the program.
Coordinate care and communications among clients, mental healthcare providers (therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, primary care physicians), and the medical team.
Participate in research initiatives and the education of clients, students, staff, and the community through ongoing professional development.

Clinic hours are primarily 9-5 M-F, but evening and weekend shifts may also become available for those staff members interested in working these hours.

Qualifications

Acceptable candidates must have:

Completion of a master's degree (or master's equivalent) in one of the following disciplines: Social Work; Psychology; Psychotherapy; Marital & Family Therapy.
Independent/autonomous Membership/license/registration in the appropriate regulatory body that authorizes engaging in psychotherapy (eg., CRPO, CPO). Please note that we are not considering "Qualifying" candidates at this time.

Experience

Minimum 2 years of clinical experience in individual and group therapy specifically focused on addressing common and complex mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, somatic disorders, and chronic pain, and trauma and stressor-related conditions.
Trauma-informed care approach/training.
Working knowledge of and demonstrated training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) model.
Background in Motivational Interviewing, psychedelic-assisted therapies, mindfulness-based therapies, Somatic Experiencing, and similar modalities is a plus.
Integrated, lived experiences that support clinical competencies are acknowledged and welcomed.
Experience managing client flow and working in a collaborative, multi-disciplinary team environment a plus.

Key Attributes

A grounded, empathetic and warm presence
A client-centered approach to care
Impeccable listening and observational skill
Strong interpersonal and conflict resolution skills
Experience with adversity and an active commitment to personal growth
Confidence navigating alternate states of consciousness
Knowledge of transpersonal states
Understanding of the physical and psychological effects of psychedelics
Passion for learning
Excellent organization skills, highly proficient at managing multiple priorities
Able to work well independently and within a team
Solutions-oriented

We accept, celebrate, support, and thrive on difference for the benefit of our patients, our employees, our products, and our community. We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace.

How to Apply

HOW TO APPLY:

Please send your resume to Kaizen at Kaizen@mdsearch.ca.

Contact Email kaizen@mdsearch.ca
Expiry 31/07/2021
Covid-19 Emergency Response First Call Care Counsellor (Bilingual)
RegionOut of Province
Description

Are you interested in supporting Canadians during these challenging times?

This is a truly unique opportunity connected to the clinical field that will provide much needed support to fellow Canadians through the Covid-19 pandemic! You will use your counselling abilities to provide telephonic support, tools and resources to meet the needs of a very diverse adult clientele.

These positions are permanent full-time, 37.5 hours weekly, working from home. This is a 24/7 operation including weekends and statutory holidays. You need to provide a quiet, confidential workspace and connectivity; we’ll provide you with a laptop, telephone and headset. The telephone will require a physical connection to your router.
We have immediate openings for the following shifts (Eastern time):
• 5pm to 1am
• 11pm to 7am
• 8pm to 4am

What you'll be doing
• Action in real time “warm transfer” referrals from our Triage Team
• Deliver solution-focused single session counselling aimed at providing rapid access to appropriate care and problem solving
• Make referrals to on-line support and psycho-educational tools, expert-assisted e-support, counselling, crisis response and referrals to acute care
• Enter client data into the electronic records system while responding to incoming telephone calls
• Identify crisis calls, conduct risk assessments and provide safety planning if necessary

What we're looking for
• Master’s degree in Psychology, Sociology, Counselling or Social Work and current registration with a relevant college is required
• Ability to build therapeutic rapport quickly and easily
• Previous experience with telephonic and/or one on one counselling would be an asset
• Ability to listen and to remain calm and empathetic under stressful situations
• Proficiency with MS Word and Outlook is required, as well as the ability to learn and adapt to new systems quickly
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills, French skills is required

Link http://clients.njoyn.com/CL3/xweb/xweb.asp?clid=52109&page=jobdetails&jobid=J0421-0756&BRID=EX85246&SBDID=1&LANG=1
How to Apply

Please apply through Homewood Health Careers Site:
http://clients.njoyn.com/CL3/xweb/xweb.asp?clid=52109&page=jobdetails&jobid=J0421-0756&BRID=EX85246&SBDID=1&LANG=1

Contact Email careers@homewoodhealth.com
Expiry 31/05/2021