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  • May 04, 2022 7:24 AM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Nova Scotia Health is currently looking to hire a 0.5 to 1.0 PhD/PsyD psychologist to join the DBT team at the Borderline Personality Disorder Treatment Program in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia (centrally located within the Halifax Regional Municipality). We are an outpatient service run by an interdisciplinary team comprised of a psychiatrist, a social worker, psychologists, and trainees (including doctoral psychology students and pre-doctoral residents), providing all modes of DBT. The position is a long-term assignment, with a start date as soon as possible and an anticipated end date of December 5th 2023.

    Please note that while the start of the job description states that this position is for a full-time assignment, the description under “Hours of Work” specifies that we are looking for applicants who are interested in working with us for any amount of time between a 0.5 to a 1.0 position. Please also note that recruitment incentives may be offered to the successful candidates based on qualifying criteria.

    The posting closes on May 15th 2022.

    https://jobs.nshealth.ca/job-invite/128542/ (external link)

    https://hcm17.sapsf.com/sf/jobreq?jobId=128542&company=NSHAP (internal link)

  • April 23, 2022 10:39 AM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Permanent and Term Jobs
    Grow your career with us! Clinical Health Psychology (CHP) is unique in Canada, being both an academic department in the Max Rady College of Medicine, University of Manitoba and a provincial clinical service responsible for psychological services in Winnipeg and in the other heath regions throughout Manitoba.

    CHP psychologists are based in hospitals, health centres and primary care clinics, providing clinical care across the lifespan from the very young to the elderly, for a wide range of mental health, developmental and acute/chronic medical conditions. Regardless of location, whether in Winnipeg or across the province, CHP psychologists are closely interconnected as a large team of professional colleagues.

    Our positions offer a competitive salary and an attractive benefits package; relocation support; clinical supervision until licensed for independent practice; ongoing professional development; and opportunity for clinical teaching, and clinical research.

    We have a number of clinical positions currently available, both permanent and term, with other positions in development. Beginning career to senior career colleagues are welcome to apply, including those on internship/residency nearing completion of their doctoral degree.
    Applications will continue to be accepted until the positions are filled.

    Permanent – Winnipeg
    Clinical Psychologist – Primary Care/Hospital (Adult Services)
    • Full-Time, Shared Health | University of Manitoba
    • Joint clinical (80%) and academic (20%) position

    Based at Kildonan Medical Centre (clinic) and Health Sciences Centre (hospital), this position offers an exciting blend of primary care and acute care level services. The Clinical Psychologist provides consultation, treatment, and diagnostic assessment services for adults with medical and/or mental health conditions. In the primary care setting, the psychologist is part of My Health Team, an interprofessional team of physiotherapists, occupational therapists, pharmacists and others who provide coordinated care with the family physicians and nurse practitioners. The psychologist also works in hospital-based outpatient mental health treatment at HSC.

    For position details and application instructions, visit MB Healthcare Providers Network (Requisition # 1006)

    Clinical Psychologist - Operational Stress Injury Clinic
    • Full-Time, Shared Health | University of Manitoba
    • Joint clinical (80%) and academic (20%) position

    Based at the Operational Stress Injury (OSI) Clinic, Deer Lodge Centre, the Psychologist is part of a dynamic inter-professional team which includes psychologists, consulting psychiatrists, social work, occupational therapy, and nursing. The OSI Clinic is one of a national network of clinics providing assessment and treatment services for veterans, Canadian Forces members, and the RCMP related to operational stress injuries such as post-traumatic stress disorder and depression.

    For position details and application instructions, visit MB Healthcare Providers Network (Requisition # 938)

    Clinical Child Psychologist - Child Protection Centre
    • Full-Time, Shared Health | University of Manitoba
    • Joint clinical (80%) and academic (20%) position

    Based at the Child Protection Centre (CPC), Health Sciences Centre, the Psychologist is part of the CPC interdisciplinary team, providing psychological evaluation for diagnosis and treatment planning as well as providing evidence-based trauma-focused intervention for children and youth who have experienced abuse or maltreatment.
    For position details and application instructions, visit MB Healthcare Providers Network (Requisition # 912)

    Permanent – Brandon, Prairie Mountain Health Region
    Clinical Psychologist - Adult Mental Health
    • Full-Time, University of Manitoba | Prairie Mountain Health
    • Joint clinical (80%) and academic (20%) position

    Based in Brandon, the Psychologist is part of an interdisciplinary community mental health team, providing standard and complex assessments, diagnosis, and clinical treatment, as well as consultation to the team. The Psychologist contributes to psychiatric care and health promotion that builds on client strengths and supports recovery. Brandon is Manitoba’s second largest city and only a 2-hour drive from Winnipeg. The Psychologist is also closely connected to the CHP program psychologists, with ready access for clinical supervision, consultation, and regular clinical meetings.

    For position details and application instructions, visit MB Healthcare Providers Network (Requisition # 847)

    Permanent – Northern Health Region
    Clinical Psychologist - Adult or Lifespan Mental Health

    • Full-Time, University of Manitoba | Northern Health Region
    • Joint clinical (80%) and academic (20%) position

    If your lifestyle includes a love of the outdoors, hiking, camping, and kayaking in beautiful lake country, this position is for you. Based in one of the northern region’s health hub communities (Flin Flon, The Pas or Thompson - incumbent’s choice), the Psychologist is part of a strong interdisciplinary team, providing standard and complex diagnostic assessments, and clinical intervention, with opportunity for inpatient consultation. While the focus is in adult mental health services, lifespan training and experience providing child and adolescent mental health services would be welcome. The Psychologist is also closely connected to the CHP program psychologists, with ready access for clinical supervision, consultation, and regular clinical meetings.

    For position details and application instructions, visit MB Healthcare Providers Network (Requisition # 876)

    Term – Winnipeg
    Flexible, Part-Time to Full-Time, Shared Health Manitoba
    Contact Clinical Health Psychology for details. We look forward to hearing from you.

    Clinical Psychologist - Adult Services - Generalist: outpatient mental health and health psychology services (e.g., depression, anxiety, sleep, pain, GI)
    Clinical Health Psychologist - IBD Clinic: clinical service development and delivery in an adult GI clinic, in the context of a clinical research project (0.6, potential to FT; multi-year)

    Clinical Child Psychologist - Child and Adolescent Services: outpatient assessment, consultation and treatment of children (preschool to adolescent) with health, mental health and/or developmental concerns.

    Contact Us
    For more information on current and future opportunities with Clinical Health Psychology, please contact:

    Dr. Lesley Graff C.Psych.
    Provincial Medical Specialty Lead – Clinical Health Psychology | Shared Health (Manitoba)
    Head, Department of Clinical Health Psychology, Max Rady College of Medicine, University of Manitoba
    Phone: 204-787-5163
    Email: rperinot@hsc.mb.ca (admin assistant

  • April 20, 2022 12:16 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)
    The Centre for Interpersonal Relationships (CFIR-Ottawa & CFIR-Toronto) is currently seeking autonomous practice or supervised practiced psychologists to join our growing team of clinicians.

    We are seeking individuals who are open to learning or are already trained in a variety of treatment options (e.g., experiential-humanistic, psychodynamic and attachment-based, CBT, DBT, MBT, EFT), and are interested in working within an integrative framework. We provide a supportive environment for knowledge sharing, continuing education, and peer consultations.

    Psychologists with an existing private practice interested in discovering the
    numerous benefits and advantages of a group practice are welcome to contact us for further information (e.g., administrative and marketing services provided to clinicians, competitive associate fees, professional development and training opportunities).

    For individuals interested in supervised practice, contact us to find out why
    numerous supervised practice clinicians are choosing to make CFIR their home for their new practices (e.g., opportunities to receive training in any CPO-recognized competency areas, a steady flow of clients that ensures completion of the licensing process, support in preparing for CPO licensing exams and the oral exam, access to all learning and training opportunities provided to CFIR Associates).

    Psychologists and supervised practice candidates who are interested in becoming a CFIR associate can submit their CVs to:
    Dr. Brent Mulrooney, C. Psych. (Centre Director) at brent.mulrooney@cfir.ca, and Dr. Lila Hakim, C. Psych. (Centre Director) at lila.hakim@cfir.ca

  • March 30, 2022 8:40 AM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Psychologist - Permanent, Full Time

    Under the direction of a Program Manager and as part of an interdisciplinary team with Mental Health and Addiction Services, the PhD-level Psychologist provides a complex range of assessment, treatment and case coordination services to a primarily adult community mental health and addiction population. This position is within the Adult Therapy Program and provides program consultation and co-ordination, preceptor  students in formal clinical practicum, evaluation of clinical interventions, and provides professional and public education regarding mental health and addiction issues and resources.



    CPA or APA accredited PhD in Clinical Psychology at or near completion.  Must have or be eligible for practicing registration with Sask. College of Psychologists as a Doctoral Psychologist with an Authorized Practice Endorsement. Psychologists seeking registration within Saskatchewan are invited to apply. 


    One year (post doctorate) recognized experience in working within community mental health and addiction services is preferred.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    Demonstrated knowledge of a variety of intervention strategies (individual and group) for individuals with mental health or addiction problems in a community based setting.  Demonstrated ability to identify, implement and evaluate areas of client difficulty across a wide range of clinical presentation and formulate evidence based intervention.  Knowledge of and ability to administer and interpret a comprehensive range of psychological tests.   Broad knowledge of community resources including treatment programs and support agencies.  Excellent interpersonal competence including effective problem solving; workload management and ability to work in a multidisciplinary setting.

    Additional Information:

    Ability to work flexible hours based on operational needs.  Must have a valid driver's license. 

    Please provide a cover letter and resume when applying for this position. 

    Interested applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and resume:


    Employment Services

    Saskatchewan Health Authority

    2180 23rd Avenue

    Regina, Saskatchewan   S4S 0A5

    FAX:  (306)766-5147

    Email: jobs@rqhealth.ca


  • March 24, 2022 11:19 AM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    See: https://recruitment.sjcg.net/eRecruit/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=5672

    Bargaining Unit: OPSEU
    Status: Full Time
    Department: Chronic Pain Management Program
    Site: St. Joseph's Health Centre
    Shifts: Days
    Rate of Pay: $41.93 - $55.14 per hour

    The Chronic Pain Management Program requires a full-time highly organized team player who will join our interprofessional team as a Psychological Associate to assist us in carrying out the mission of St. Joseph's Care Group. This role requires a demonstrated appreciation of client-centred strength based care including the importance of accessibility, accountability, self-management principles, best practices and the complexity of chronic pain. It also requires knowledge and/or experience with decision guide processes, brief services including group and individual counselling, motivational interviewing, evidenced based practices, evaluation, and holistic programming. .


    - Psychological Associate designation
    - Registration or eligibility for registration with the College of Psychologists of Ontario
    - Experience in the provision of brief and moderate term psychological intervention, including group and individual psychotherapy and behaviour management techniques with adults with mental health issues
    -Knowledge of psychosocial rehabilitation principles, chronic disease self-management and holistic care
    -Ability to complete diagnostic assessments - psychological assessment may include clinical interviewing, administration and interpretation of psychometric and non-psychometric testing
    - Experience in a variety of evidence-based treatment approaches with adults is preferred (i.e., solution focused therapy, EMDR, CPT, CBT, DBT, and group therapies)
    - Knowledge of Decision guide/Shared Decision making model of care, motivational interviewing and strengths based approaches to care
    - Knowledge and experience with the development, execution and evaluation of treatment plans utilizing SMART goals
    -Demonstrated ability to work as part of an interprofessional team with skills, knowledge and attitudes in: interprofessional communication; patient/client/family/community-centred care; role clarification; team functioning; collaborative leadership and interprofessional conflict resolution.
    -Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills, judgment, critical thinking skills, problem-solving and time management skills.
    - Experience in research, program evaluation, and knowledge transfer preferred
    - Experience providing supervision to non-registered staff and/or students is preferred
    - Understanding of relevant legislation (Mental Health Act, Health Care Consent Act and PHIPA)
    - Valid Ontario Class G driver's license, adequate insurance and access to a reliable vehicle
    - Demonstrated regular attendance at work and adherence to the SJCG Principles of Conduct


    • This position shall be conditional upon a satisfactory Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC) where indicated, to ensure the absence of relevant criminal convictions.

    • Offers of employment made to external candidates are conditional upon providing proof of COVID-19 vaccination as per the SJCG Immunization Policy IMS-04-005
      or proof of valid medical exemption, prior to the offered effective date. If proof of vaccination or valid medical exemption is not provided, the offer of employment is rescinded.

      St. Joseph's Care Group is committed to providing high quality client-centred care by building a respectful and inclusive workforce that reflects the diverse population it serves. Individuals who speak a second language including French, Finnish, Italian, Ojibway, Cree, Oji-Cree, etc. are encouraged to apply.

      Upon request, accommodations due to a disability are available throughout the selection process.

      Applications from all qualified individuals are welcome. We thank you for your interest; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

  • March 24, 2022 11:13 AM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)
    Psychology Clinic Director (Assistant Teaching Professor) Position

    University of Victoria
    Department of Psychology – Faculty of Social Sciences

    We acknowledge and respect the lək̓ʷəŋən peoples on whose traditional territory the university stands, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day. The University of Victoria is committed to the ongoing work of decolonizing and Indigenizing the campus community both inside and outside the classroom. Please see the “Welcome to the Territory” video from Elder Elmer George (Esquimalt Nation) and former President Cassels’ territory acknowledgement.

    Job Summary
    The Department of Psychology at the University of Victoria invites applications for the University of Victoria Psychology Clinic Director with an anticipated start date of January 1, 2023. This is a continuing position with opportunity for reappointment. The successful candidate will be appointed as an Assistant Teaching Professor (Continuing Appointment, full time) in the Department of Psychology and will become a member of the Clinical Psychology program. The successful applicant will be expected to teach graduate level courses in clinical psychology, provide clinical supervision to advanced graduate students, and oversee the operation of the Psychology Clinic.

    The University of Victoria Psychology Clinic is a training facility for clinical psychology graduate students that provides professional psychological services to the community, including assessments and therapeutic interventions for children, adults, couples and families. Services are provided by students in the M.Sc. and Ph.D. clinical psychology programs under the supervision of Registered Clinical Psychologists. The Clinic Director oversees the day-to-day operations of the clinic to promote excellence in education for our clinical graduate students while also maintaining the highest quality of care and ethical standards for our clients. The Director’s responsibilities include overseeing referrals to the clinic; development, review, and implementation of clinic policies and procedures; provision of information and support to the clinic staff, students, and supervisors; overseeing the Psychology Clinic’s assessment practicum; overseeing and management of the clinic budget; and overseeing maintenance, security and storage of confidential client information and test materials.

    As an Assistant Teaching Professor, the Director will teach clinical graduate courses and conduct clinical supervision of clinical graduate students. The focus of the graduate courses will depend on the successful candidate’s expertise and the needs of the clinical program.

    Assistant Teaching Professors in Psychology are not expected to supervise graduate student research but can serve on students’ committees if desired.
    We are seeking candidates with the ability to actively contribute to the operation of our Clinical Psychology Graduate Program (http://www.uvic.ca/socialsciences/psychology/graduate/clinical-psychology ).

    Clinical Psychology Program
    The Clinical Psychology Program at UVic has been CPA accredited since 1997 and emphasizes scientist-practitioner training that prepares graduate students for clinical practice, academic, and/or research careers. Students receive core training in the social, developmental, biological, and cognitive bases of human behaviour, psychological assessment, diagnosis, intervention and prevention, psychopathology, ethics and professional issues, cultural diversity, social justice, research methods and evaluation, supervision, and consultation. The program offers two specialty tracks within clinical psychology: clinical lifespan development and clinical neuropsychology. Students and faculty from across the two tracks learn from each other in a collegial environment.

    The program currently has 12 core clinical faculty members, two of whom are Teaching Professors. Various theoretical perspectives are represented in the clinical work of our faculty members, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, family systems, attachment theory, Narrative Therapy, Indigenous ways of healing, mindfulness, and Humanistic/Existential approaches. Our faculty are involved in research spanning the entire lifespan and encompassing diverse topics such as neuropsychology of executive functions, trauma and self-regulation, immigrant adaptation and family relationships; traumatic brain injury; substance abuse; neurocognition, health and aging; interpersonal violence; mindfulness meditation; and non-suicidal self-injury.

    Department of Psychology
    In the Department of Psychology we strongly value candidates who share our commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion in teaching, scholarship, and clinical supervision. The successful candidate will be one of several teaching faculty in the Department of Psychology and will have opportunities to work with and collaborate with a core group of dedicated Teaching Professors. In our graduate program, we offer masters and doctoral programs in Clinical Psychology, Cognition and Brain Sciences, Lifespan Development, Social Psychology, and Individualized programs of study.

    University of Victoria
    The University of Victoria is consistently ranked in the top tier of Canada’s research-intensive universities. Vital impact drives the UVic sense of purpose. As an internationally renowned teaching and research hub, we tackle essential issues that matter to people, places and the planet. Situated in the Pacific Rim, our location breeds a profound passion for exploration. Defined by its edges, this extraordinary environment inspires us to defy boundaries, discover, and innovate in exciting ways. It’s different here, naturally and by design. We live, learn, work and explore on the edge of what’s next—for our planet and its peoples. Our commitment to research-inspired dynamic learning and vital impact make this Canada’s most extraordinary environment for discovery and innovation. Experience the edge of possibilities for yourself.

    Job Qualifications
    Required education: Qualified candidates will have a PhD in Clinical Psychology and either be: 1) currently registered with the College of Psychologists of British Columbia (CPBC), OR 2) eligible for registration and registered with CPBC within the first year of this appointment.
    Required teaching and clinical experience and skills: Qualified candidates will have experience in providing clinical services and conducting clinical supervision along with evidence of successful teaching in clinical psychology or related fields.

    We are seeking candidates who will be active members of our clinical program, who will enthusiastically engage in the training and clinical supervision of our clinical graduate students, and who will play a leading role in the ongoing development and functioning of the Psychology Clinic.
    We are seeking candidates who demonstrate recognition of and openness to the diversity of student perspectives, experiences, and cultural contexts, and who demonstrate recognition of power differentials within classroom dynamics and supervision, and respectful relationships with students.
    Required experience and skills in service: Qualified candidates will demonstrate professionalism and collegiality as well as potential for collaboration and positive contributions to the clinical program, psychology clinic, psychology department, and university. They will contribute to a positive workplace environment and demonstrate an openness to equity and inclusivity.

    The following are considered assets for this position: ability and commitment to mentor diverse graduate students through clinical coursework and supervision, administrative experience in a clinical practice setting (such as managing an outpatient clinic or private practice), and familiarity with use of telehealth and educational technology such as learning management systems.

    Contact Information
    For more information please contact Dr. Marsha Runtz (Search Committee Chair and Director of Clinical Training) at applycd-psyc@uvic.ca , or Dr. Stephen Lindsay (Department Chair) at psychair@uvic.ca .

    To be considered, please submit the following application materials in PDF form to applycd-psyc@uvic.ca .
    (1) a cover letter that addresses the full scope of the job requirements
    (2) your curriculum vitae
    (3) a statement of teaching philosophy and experience and approach to clinical supervision
    (4) syllabi, evaluations of teaching and other relevant teaching materials (if applicable)
    (5) a statement concerning strengths and experiences in promoting equity and diversity in teaching or professional work
    (7) a description of previous administrative experience in a clinical practice setting (if applicable)

    In addition, please arrange to have three professional or academic reference letters sent to applycd-psyc@uvic.ca . Please ask letter writers to include your name in the subject line.

    In all e-mail correspondence, please include your name in the subject line.

    Review of applications will begin on June 15, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. We intend to hold interviews in the fall of 2022.

    Additional Information:
    Please note that reference and background checks, including credential and degree verification, may be undertaken as part of this recruitment process.
    UVic is committed to upholding the values of equity, diversity, and inclusion in our living, learning and work environments. In pursuit of our values, we seek members who will work respectfully and constructively with differences and across levels of power. We actively encourage applications from members of groups experiencing barriers to equity. Read our full equity statement here: www.uvic.ca/equitystatement .

    All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; in accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. Please indicate in your application package if you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.

    The University acknowledges the potential impact that career interruptions can have on a candidate’s record of research achievement. We encourage applicants to explain in their application the impact that career interruptions have had on their record.

    Persons with disabilities, who anticipate needing accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, may contact Faculty Relations and Academic Administration in the Office of the VP Academic and Provost at FRrecruit@uvic.ca. Any personal information provided will be maintained in confidence.

    Faculty and Librarians at the University of Victoria are governed by the provisions of the Collective Agreement. Members are represented by the University of Victoria Faculty Association (www.uvicfa.ca).

  • March 16, 2022 12:54 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)
    • Psychologist - Ambulatory Child/Adolescent Mental Health

      Job ID: 83792

      Location: London Health Sciences Centre

      Posted Date: 2022/03/04

      Close Date: 2022/04/30

    • Psychologist - Adult Inpatient Mental Health

      Job ID: 80172

      Location: London Health Sciences Centre

      Posted Date: 2021/09/15

      Close Date: 2022/03/31

    • Psychologist - Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders - Mental Health Care Program

      Job ID: 79389

      Location: London Health Sciences Centre

      Posted Date: 2021/08/12

      Close Date: 2022/03/31

    For Details See: https://careers.lhsc.on.ca/psc/LHCGWPRD/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?FOCUS=Applicant&

  • March 11, 2022 8:20 AM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Job Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow or Senior Research Associate

    Term: To start ASAP for a one-year term from the date the position is filled with possibility of extension

    Status: Full-Time (35 hr/week) or part-time positions (17.5 hr/week each) considered

    Location: Virtual and/or In-Person, Vancouver and Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada

    Position Overview: The Adolescent Health Lab in the Department of Psychology at Simon Fraser University seeks full or part-time Postdoctoral Research Fellows and Research Associates to work closely with the Principal Investigator (PI), Dr. Marlene Moretti, Canada Research Chair in Youth Psychological Clinical Science - Tier 1, and the research team on a nationally funded research program to develop, implement and evaluate interventions to support the mental health and wellbeing of at-risk parents and youth.
    Postdoctoral Research Fellows and Research Associates will collaborate with our research team to be members of an international team of investigators and will work with large data sets, using advanced statistical analysis and qualitative methods, to produce first or co-authored professional and community presentations and journal ready manuscripts. Must enjoy working with a fast moving collaborative team of researchers and community partners; exceptional analytic and writing skills required. Familiarity with university ethics is an asset but not required. We seek candidates who are strongly committed to research and eager to advance their research or academic careers through participation on published works and senior authorship where appropriate.

    Key Responsibilities May Include:
      Data analysis and interpretation, preparation of community and professional conference presentations, manuscript preparation, and related knowledge translation activities for ongoing research projects.
      Review, management and use of large databases, study procedures to ensure data integrity for upcoming and ongoing studies in the lab.
      Ethics applications, amendments and renewals as needed.
      Opportunities to participate in/or launch new research.
      Opportunities to mentor undergraduate/graduate students in data analysis and manuscript preparation.

    Qualifications: Postdoctoral Research Fellows and Research Associates should be familiar with the fields of child/youth development, developmental psychopathology, intervention models and advanced data analytic methodology, especially advanced statistical modelling and related
    programs. Strong interpersonal skills, writing skills, attention to detail, and proactive problem-solving skills, independent time management and the ability to meet deadlines are required.

    Applicants are invited to submit their applications with the subject line “Postdoctoral Fellow" or "Research Associate” via email to the Adolescent Health Lab (youth_project@sfu.ca) containing a copy of a cover letter, CV, and a description of how their background and interests are a match to the position. If interviewed, applicants should also be prepared to provide a writing sample and contact information for two professional referees.

    Competitive salary based on national and local funding guidelines and dependent upon education and past experience/achievements. Applicants seeking additional information prior to submission are welcome to contact Dr. Marlene Moretti (moretti@sfu.ca) or the Adolescent Health Lab.

    Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Only well-matched candidates will be contacted for an interview.
    Contract length: 12 months
    Part-time hours: 17.5 per week
    Full-time hours: 35 per week
    Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Fixed term contract
    • Monday to Friday

    Work remotely:
    • Temporarily due to COVID-19

  • March 10, 2022 6:10 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    is accepting applications for a Clinical Neuropsychologist, Part-Time (0.4 FTE) who is licensed to practice in Ontario.  The primary role of the Neuropsychologist would be to provide cognitive assessments, treatment recommendations and discharge planning for outpatients presenting with complex neurological rehabilitation needs. 

    In addition there will be an opportunity to provide consultation on the development of a comprehensive ABI program with our inpatient program. 

     Hennick Bridgepoint Hospital services adults only (i.e., adult & geriatric populations). The position would be serving primarily an outpatient acquired brain injury population (e.g., TBI (mild to severe), stroke, tumor resection) with some cases involving differential diagnosis of dementia in older populations who have sustained neurological injury. As the role evolves there will be an opportunity to work with the inpatient ABI population on various programing needs over this next year.


    All resumes and inquiries should be directed to: 

    Kimberley Meighan
    Clinical Manager Ambulatory Care, Central Therapy & Healthcare Screeners

    T 416-461-8252 ext. 2093  F 416-461-2089

    G225-1 Bridgepoint Drive, Toronto, ON  M4M 2B5

    A patient care, teaching and research centre affiliated with University of Toronto.

    While all applications will be considered, only those short-listed for interviews will be contacted.



  • March 10, 2022 6:08 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    There are two new full-time positions in London at the St. Joseph's Health Care London.

    One in the Rehabilitation Program:

    St. Joseph's Health Care London Jobs

    And one in the Forensic program:

    St. Joseph's Health Care London Jobs

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