About the Role
Work with a multidisciplinary team in a newly renovated clinic space. Flexibility to set your own hours and
ability to grow a part-time/full time caseload. Competitive compensation and marketing of contractor’s
services. Referrals from professionals within the practice and ability to market and generate own referrals.
Experience working with children and families is a strong asset.
- Ability to practice 1-1 or group sessions with child/youth or adults and provide quality evidence-based practices based on the client’s needs.
- Provide family-centered approaches and work independently or collaboratively with other team members such as speech language pathologists, occupational therapists, and physiotherapists.
- Strong clinical skills in assessment, goal formulation and treatment. Ability to engage children and families in making goals and effectively communicate strategies.
Minimum of a Master’s degree in Psychology, Social Sciences or acceptable equivalent.
Current and active registration with the College of Alberta Psychologists is required.
Strong professionalism, ethical and clinical judgment and decision-making.
Excellent documentation, time management and case management skills are required.
Training and experience in children, youth, family issues and developmental disability related issues.
Criminal record check
Valid drivers license
About the Company
The goal of our clinic is to provide all of the supports necessary for a family's growth and development all in one space! Our clinicians work together to collaborate on a family’s goals and can offer joint visits to help families manage their busy schedules. We prioritize building connections with the families we work with. We help create functional goals and achievable outcomes with the family’s input and participation.