Clinical Health Psychology - Multiple Positions, Manitoba

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

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