• September 25, 2022 4:33 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Position Title / Rank: Assistant Professor in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (Clinical Training Focus)

    College: College of Social & Applied Human Sciences Department: Psychology

    Date Posted: September 5, 2022

    Deadline: October 14, 2022 or until a suitable candidate is found

    Please reference AD #22-64

    Position Description: The Department of Psychology at the University of Guelph invites applications from exceptional candidates for a tenure-track position in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (CCAP) at the Assistant Professor level. The distribution of effort for this position is expected to be 70% Teaching (including Clinical Supervision), 10% Research, and 20% Service. The CCAP area administers a highly competitive Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) accredited clinical training program. This faculty member will be expected to provide clinical supervision to graduate students, teach one or more graduate level courses, contribute service to the graduate program, and support clinical research.

    This position is based in our new on-campus clinic, Maplewoods Centre for Family Therapy and Child Psychology. Maplewoods Centre is an innovative interdisciplinary clinical training centre which is also home to the Couple and Family Therapy program. CCAP students complete practica at Maplewoods Centre throughout their clinical training. Core practicum experiences include intake, conducting integrated psychological assessments (including cognitive, academic, and socio-emotional functioning), and providing evidence-based intervention and consultation for children and adolescents. The successful applicant will demonstrate a passion for clinical teaching and supervision in all aspects of our training program. Preference will be given to candidates with recent experience supervising integrated psychological assessments and broad training in intervention modalities.

    Strong consideration will be given to applicants who show strengths in innovative, equity-informed, and engaging teaching pedagogies and clinical supervision practices. The successful candidate will contribute to service activities within the CCAP program and Department of Psychology and contribute to ongoing and collaborative clinical research in the Department of Psychology.

    Qualified applicants must have completed a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from a CPA- or APA-accredited program or equivalent. The successful candidate will be registered for autonomous practice in Clinical Psychology with the College of Psychologists of Ontario, including authorization to practice with Children and Adolescents (or be eligible for such registration through the Mutual Recognition Agreement). The ideal candidate will have previous experience providing clinical supervision to psychology practicum students or interns. We seek candidates who have recent experience conducting and supervising integrated psychological assessments (including assessments for ASD and other neurodevelopmental disorders) and intervention with children and adolescents (including use of a variety of evidence-based modalities to address a broad range of presenting issues). The successful applicant will demonstrate a commitment to and track record of promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion in an educational or work environment through the lens of lived experience and/or cultural humility and allyship.

    The Department of Psychology is also a collegial, inclusive, and welcoming environment that values diversity, and wellness among our members as key ingredients in our collective success. Both the Department and the CCAP clinical training area maintain standing committees focused on equity, diversity, and inclusion. Further information is available on the Psychology Department's EDI statement, and the CCAP Diversity Committee’s values and current action plan.

    This is an exciting time of growth for our Psychology Department. We are conducting searches for five positions in the Industrial-Organizational, Applied Social, Clinical, and Neuroscience and Applied Cognitive Science areas. As such, the successful candidate will join the department together with a cohort of enthusiastic and well-supported early career scholars. Our wider department reflects a collegial and welcoming academic community that aims to support a diverse range of people and perspectives in an inclusive work environment.

    The University of Guelph is the third largest employer in Guelph, a city of approximately 130,000 people, located about an hour drive west of Toronto, Ontario. University of Guelph is a top-ranked comprehensive university in Canada with an enrolment of over 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students across over 40 academic units. The University is known for its commitment to student learning, innovative research, and collaboration with world-class partners. It is a unique place, with transformative research and teaching and a distinctive campus culture. People who learn and work here are shaped and inspired by a shared purpose: To Improve Life. Reflecting that shared purpose in every experience connected to our university positions us to create positive change, here and around the world. Our university community shares a profound sense of social responsibility, a drive for international development, and an obligation to address global issues.

    Application Process

    Interested candidates should outline their experience, skills, and fit with our program and position requirements within the areas of teaching and clinical supervision, research, and service, via the application components listed below. Candidates should be sure to highlight the ways in which their knowledge, skills, experience, and contributions align with the outlined position needs. Please send the following documents collated within a single PDF file:

    • a cover letter including a statement of clinical experiences and supervision philosophy

    • a curriculum vitae

    • a teaching statement related to training and supervision of clinical psychology graduate students including syllabi from any previous graduate and/or undergraduate courses taught

    • a statement of contribution to Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Indigenization describing present and future aspirations to promoting EDI-I, conveying how these types of commitments might continue at the University of Guelph

    • names and contact information for three potential references who will be contacted for reference letters if the applicant is offered an interview

    Review of applications will begin on Friday, October 14, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.

    Applications should be sent to the attention of:

    Ian R Newby-Clark Professor & Chair Department of Psychology University of Guelph Guelph, ON N1G 2W1 Email: inewby@uoguelph.ca

    All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply, particularly those from groups that have been traditionally underrepresented in employment, including scholars who are Black, Indigenous, visible minorities, disabled, LGBTQ*, and women.

    All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

    The University recognizes that applicants may have had obligations outside of work that have negatively impacted their record of achievements (e.g., parental, elder care, and/or medical). You are not required to disclose these obligations in the hiring process. If you choose to do so, the University will ensure that these obligations do not negatively impact the assessment of your qualifications for the position.

    The University of Guelph resides on the ancestral lands of the Attawandaron people and the treaty lands and territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit and we offer our respect to our Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee and Métis neighbours as we strive to strengthen our relationships with them. A

    t the University of Guelph, fostering a culture of inclusion is an institutional imperative. The University invites and encourages applications from all qualified individuals, including from groups that are traditionally underrepresented in employment, who may contribute to further diversification of our Institution.

    If you require a medical accommodation during the recruitment or selection process, please contact Occupational Health and Wellness at 519-824-4120 x52674.

  • September 01, 2022 6:58 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Affiliated with the Dean of Students’ Health & Wellness Services at the University of Alberta, Counselling & Clinical Services (CCS) invites applications for the continuing position of Registered Psychologist. Reporting to the Director of CCS, the Registered Psychologist is accountable for the provision of individual and group psychotherapy to a diverse post-secondary population. The candidate will be comfortable operating within a short-term therapy framework and working with a wide range of mental health challenges and with a great diversity of client identities. The Psychologist provides clinical supervision to Doctoral psychology residents and Master’s practicum students. They contribute some outreach/consultation services to the broader university community. This position works within an interdisciplinary team environment composed of psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses, Doctoral Residents and Masters Practicum students, social workers, and administrative support staff. Some early evening work is involved.


    Our first preference is a candidate with a PhD who is five years post registration, or is close to five years if they otherwise meet the criteria. Regardless, we strongly encourage BIPOC persons, and others from any equity seeking group(s), to apply.


    For more information, visit: https://www.careers.ualberta.ca/Competition/A114848105/

  • August 28, 2022 10:38 AM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)


    Neuropsychology - Children's Hospital

    The Psychologist is responsible for providing a neuropsychological assessments to outpatients referred from Neurology, Neurosurgery, and General Metabolics in our Children's Hospital.  Part of these assessments include 1 day per week dedicated to supporting the Paediatric Epilepsy Program through pre-surgical neuropsychological asssessments. The Psychologist will also have 1 day per week available to support research projects. 

    The Psychologist would also be resident supervisor in the London Clinical Psychology Residency Consortium in the Neuropsychology Track.  It is also expected that the successful candidate for the position would apply for faculty positions in the Department of Paediatrics in the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry at Western University, the Department of Psychology at Western University, and at the Lawson Health Research Institute.

    Psychologists within LHSC demonstrate the scientist-practitoner model of service in their work.  As a part of one of Canada's leading academic health sciences centre, our psychologists work with our patients and families, our clinical teams, and our academic partners to advance both care and knowledge in health care.

    Regular Full-Time

    Rate of Pay:              $54.36 per hour - $67.95 per hour

    Hours of Work:          37.5 hours per week


    • Doctoral degree in Psychology
    • Registration (or eligibility for registration) with the College of Psychologists of Ontario
    • Minimum two (2) years of recent relevant experience 
    • Authorized (or eligibility to be authorized) to practise Clinical Neuropsychology
    • Authorized (or eligibility to be authorized) to practise with Children and Adolescents
    • Demonstrated advanced knowledge of relevant legislation (e.g., Mental Health Act, PHIPA, HCCA)
    • Demonstrated commitment to evidence-based practice
    • Demonstrated practice and commitment to the scientist-practioner model of Psychology
    • Demonstrated ability in working with interprofessional health care teams
    • Demonstrated flexibility and a commitment to working within an academic environment
    • Demonstrated practice and commitment to the principles of patient and family centered care
    • Demonstrated practice and commitment to LHSC’s Vision, Mission, and Values


    We are committed to providing a safe, healthy and inclusive work environment that inspires respect.  LHSC is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace and welcomes applications from women, visible minorities, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities, and LGBTQ2+ persons. We are committed to providing persons with disabilities equal opportunities and standards of goods and services, and are also fully compliant with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (2005), as applicable.

    As part of the assessment process applicants may be required to complete a written examination or test. Please be advised that an internal reference check may be conducted as part of the selection process.

    Thank you for your interest in this opportunity. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

  • July 27, 2022 12:14 PM | Susan Vandermorris (Administrator)

    Southdown  https://southdown.on.ca/


    The Southdown Institute is a recognized industry leader in the provision of integrated mental health services. We are dedicated to clinical and organizational excellence in providing preventative and restorative care, using the best of psychological science and practice integrated with the wisdom of the Catholic spiritual tradition. Our highly experienced multidisciplinary team is dedicated to helping our clients find healing and well-being. Southdown is located in Holland Landing (York Region), and is accessible from the GTA or Simcoe County. Our award-winning fully accessible facility is located in a setting of natural beauty on 37 private acres. Southdown provides a welcoming and supportive environment conducive to healing and well-being of body, mind, and spirit.

    Position Summary: We are seeking to fill a full-time permanent position of Clinical Psychologist and Director of Training to oversee a graduate psychology practicum program, establish and lead a psychology internship program, and provide clinical and candidate psychological assessments. This position includes a comprehensive benefits package and pension plan.

    Southdown offers comprehensive clinical and vocational/candidate assessments, a 14-week Residential Program with Continuing Care, outpatient psychological services, consultation and education. The client population typically consists of persons experiencing such issues as mood disorders, depression, anxiety, interpersonal conflicts, as well as a range of addictions (chemical and process). The Clinical Psychologist and Director of Training position is split equally between the administrative tasks of the Director of Training and clinical tasks. The psychologist will provide assessments using standardized psychological measures and findings incorporated from the multi-disciplinary team of clinicians. The holistic treatment model at Southdown requires close interaction with the other members of the clinical team who provide addiction counselling, spiritual direction, nursing, psychiatry, dietary and fitness instruction.

    Southdown has a proud history of training graduate students and early-career professionals in clinical psychology. The initial task of the Training Director will be to develop and formalize a one-year Internship/Residency in Clinical Psychology. This will include preparation of a self-study application designed to meet the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) Accreditation Standards for Internships in Professional Psychology. The Training Director will also assume administrative leadership for psychology practicum placements, and participate in clinical supervision of psychology trainees and other unlicensed clinical staff if needed.


    The ideal candidate is an experienced and senior professional who has had prior and substantive experience in the provision of training. He/she will be advised by a training committee of other psychologists who are themselves significantly involved in the internship program. Individuals with experience successfully leading an internship program through the initial CPA accreditation or re-accreditation process will be given special consideration. The successful candidate must have a PhD

    in clinical psychology and be registered with the Ontario College of Psychologists for autonomous practice. The successful candidate must demonstrate the ability to produce detailed, high-quality, assessment and treatment reports and clinical documentation, and must be able to work independently and use critical thinking skills. Individuals with experience in individual and group therapy, (CBT, DBT, short-term dynamic therapy), comprehensive psychological assessments, and the treatment of mood disorders and personality disorders will be given special consideration. Computer literacy is essential for purposes of electronic charting, particularly the ability to use Microsoft Office. Bilingualism (English/French) is an asset.

    Application Process:

    To apply for this position, please email or mail your resume and any supporting materials to:

    Email: cdodgson@southdown.on.ca

    Mail: Christine Dodgson

    Human Resources

    The Southdown Institute

    18798 Old Yonge Street

    Holland Landing, ON L9N 0L1

    We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those applicants

    selected for interviews will be contacted.

    Southdown values the health and safety of its employees and is committed to the prevention of COVID-19. Southdown has implemented a mandatory vaccination policy that requires all staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Applicants being considered for employment will be required to provide proof of vaccination documentation confidentially to Human Resources upon hire. Any medical or human rights exemption requests will be reviewed and validated prior to an offer of employment.

    We are committed to equity, value diversity, and welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds and faiths.

  • July 26, 2022 5:04 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Division of Prevention & Rehabilitation
    University of Ottawa Heart Institute

    The University of Ottawa Heart Institute is Canada's largest and foremost cardiovascular health centre dedicated to understanding, treating and preventing heart disease. Investigators in the Division of Prevention & Rehabilitation have a unique array of initiatives and programmes with a particular emphasis on innovative approaches to prevention (primary and secondary) and treatment of cardiovascular disease.

    This fellowship offers the opportunity to gain and contribute knowledge to the area of cardiac psychology. This postdoctoral fellowship is ideally suited to those who wish to pursue a career as a Scientist or Clinician-Scientist (e.g., Experimental, Counseling or Clinical Psychology, Nursing, Health Sciences, Education). For Clinical Psychology applicants, supervision for licensure with the College of Psychologists of Ontario is available in the following competency areas: Clinical, Health and Rehabilitation. Current research projects include: 1) Cardiac Couples – research investigating the impact of couple relationships on the physical and mental health of cardiac couples, including an evaluation of the Healing Hearts Together intervention; 2) Psychological profile and intervention needs of patients with Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection (SCAD); 3) Couple and family relationships among young women with heart disease; 4) Mental health and remote services for heart failure and transplant patients; and, 5) Various projects in behavioural medicine and mental health (e.g., exercise and quality of life among patients with atrial fibrillation). It is expected that the successful candidate will assume responsibility for the preparation and publication of manuscripts as well as assist in the submission of research grant applications. Opportunities to collaborate with highly respected clinicians and scientists at the local, national and international level are also available. The fellow may obtain additional support from our Research Services Department and Cardiovascular Methods Centre. Potential clinical activities include: 1) providing psychological assessment and treatment to patients attending various clinics at UOHI such as cardiac rehabilitation, heart failure, heart transplant, electrophysiology, and adult congenital; 2) providing psychological interventions as part of the research studies; and, 3) training and consulting with UOHI staff regarding psychological issues to enhance patient care. Supervision of clinical and/or research trainees may be possible. The fellow will have the opportunity to participate in training and educational activities (e.g., grand and prevention & rehabilitation rounds, clinical trials, seminars on psychology professional practice). Clinical Psychology fellows will be a member of the Psychology Department at The Ottawa Hospital.

    The position is a one-year fellowship that may be renewed contingent on funding. The stipend is commensurate with experience (range $45 000 - $60 000 CAD per year), and includes 2 weeks paid holidays and paid statutory holidays and benefits.

    The successful candidate will possess:
    • Previous research experience within a team environment
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
    • A strong understanding of clinical research design, research methodology and data analysis
    • Previous experience analyzing datasets, including quantitative and qualitative data
    • Evidence of experience in preparation and publication of manuscripts; strong technical writing skills
    • Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Office, EndNote, SPSS)
    • Ability to take guided initiative and to work in an organized fashion within a fast-paced environment, including flexibility in shifting between independent and collaborative work
    • Demonstrated collegiality, professionalism and interpersonal skills
    • Previous experience in health psychology an asset
    • Clinical Psychology candidates also require: A Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from a CPA or APA accredited program
    and a completed internship from a CPA or APA accredited program

    Accommodations will be provided in all parts of the hiring process relating to any specialty requirements. Applicants should make their needs known in advance. The clinical postdoctoral fellowship complies with APPIC criteria.
    The successful candidate will be required, prior to the start of employment, to complete mandatory organizational training available online, provide a satisfactory Criminal Record Check and provide an official piece of photo identification.

    For further information, please contact Dr. Heather Tulloch (hetulloch@ottawaheart.ca). Please send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and names & contact information of three referees to Dr. Tulloch. Start date is negotiable.

  • July 26, 2022 5:03 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Division de prévention et de réadaptation
    Institut de cardiologie de l’Université d’Ottawa

    L'Institut de cardiologie de l'Université d'Ottawa (ICUO) est le plus grand centre de santé cardiovasculaire à se consacrer à l'étude, au traitement et à la prévention des maladies du coeur au Canada. L’équipe de recherche de notre Division de prévention et de réadaptation dispose d’un éventail unique d’initiatives et de programmes axés sur l’élaboration de solutions novatrices permettant de prévenir et de traiter les maladies cardiovasculaires.

    Cette bourse de recherche postdoctorale représente une belle occasion d’acquérir des connaissances dans le domaine de la psychologie cardiaque et d’y contribuer. Elle convient parfaitement à une personne qui souhaite faire carrière comme chercheur ou clinicien-chercheur (p. ex. psychologie expérimentale, du counseling ou clinique, soins infirmiers, sciences de la santé, éducation). Pour les candidats et candidates en psychologie clinique, il sera possible d’obtenir un certificat de l’Ordre des psychologues de l’Ontario autorisant à exercer sous supervision dans les domaines de spécialité suivants : clinique, santé, et réadaptation. À l’heure actuelle, nos projets de recherche sont les suivants : 1) Couples cardiaques – étude de l’incidence de la vie de couple sur la santé physique et mentale, et évaluation de l’intervention « Guérir les coeurs ensemble »; 2) Profil psychologique et besoins en matière d’interventions des personnes atteintes de dissection spontanée de l’artère coronaire (DSAC); 3) Relations conjugales et familiales chez les jeunes femmes atteintes d’une maladie du coeur; 4) Services de santé mentale et à distance pour les personnes atteintes d’insuffisance cardiaque ou ayant subi une transplantation cardiaque; 5) Divers projets axés sur la médecine comportementale et la santé mentale (l’exercice et la qualité de vie chez les patients atteints de fibrillation auriculaire, etc.). La personne retenue sera responsable de la préparation et de la publication d’articles, en plus de contribuer à la rédaction et à la présentation de demandes de subventions de recherche. Elle aura en outre la possibilité de collaborer avec d’éminents cliniciens et scientifiques de la région, du pays et du monde. De plus, nos Services de recherche et notre Centre de méthodes de recherche en cardiologie pourront au besoin lui offrir du soutien additionnel. Les activités cliniques possibles sont les suivantes : 1) Évaluation et traitement psychologiques des patients des diverses cliniques de l’ICUO (réadaptation cardiaque, fonction cardiaque, transplantation cardiaque, électrophysiologie, cardiopathie congénitale de l’adulte); 2) Évaluation psychologique des participants des études; et 3) encadrement des employés de l’ICUO quant aux façons de favoriser la bonne santé psychologique des patients. La supervision de stagiaires cliniques ou de recherche pourrait être possible. Le boursier ou la boursière participera à des activités de formation (réunions sur la prévention et la réadaptation, études cliniques, séminaires sur la pratique professionnelle de la psychologie). Les boursiers et boursières en psychologie clinique seront membres du Service de psychologie de L’Hôpital d’Ottawa.

    Le poste est associé à une bourse d’un an pouvant être renouvelée selon le financement. L’allocation, proportionnelle à l’expérience (entre 45 000 et 60 000 dollars canadiens par an), comprend deux semaines de congé payées en plus des jours fériés et avantages sociaux.

    La personne retenue répondra aux exigences suivantes :
    • Expérience de recherche au sein d’une équipe
    • Excellentes aptitudes pour les relations interpersonnelles et la communication
    • Bonne compréhension de la conception des recherches cliniques, ainsi que de la méthodologie et de l’analyse de données dans ce domaine
    • Expérience dans l’analyse d’ensembles de données quantitatives et qualitatives
    • Expérience démontrée dans la préparation et la publication d’articles; solides aptitudes en rédaction technique
    • Excellente maîtrise des outils informatiques, dont Microsoft Office, EndNote et SPSS
    • Capacité de prendre des initiatives structurées et de travailler de façon organisée dans un milieu de recherche dynamique tout en étant en mesure d’alterner entre le travail autonome et le travail d’équipe
    • Esprit d’équipe, professionnalisme et excellentes relations interpersonnelles
    • Toute expérience en psychologie de la santé sera considérée comme un atout.
    • Les candidats et candidates en psychologie clinique doivent aussi posséder un doctorat en psychologie clinique au sein d’un programme reconnu par la SCP/APA et avoir réussi un stage au sein d’un programme reconnu par la SCP/APA.

    Tout au long du processus d’embauche, nous offrons des mesures d’adaptation aux personnes ayant des besoins particuliers. Les candidats doivent faire connaître à l’avance leurs éventuels besoins en la matière. Cette bourse postdoctorale de recherche clinique est conforme aux critères de l’APPIC.

    Avant d’entrer en poste, la personne retenue devra suivre la formation obligatoire de l’ICUO sur Internet, fournir une attestation de vérification des antécédents criminels ainsi qu’une pièce d’identité officielle avec photo.
    Pour en savoir plus, veuillez communiquer avec la Dre Heather Tulloch (hetulloch@ottawaheart.ca). Nous vous prions de transmettre votre candidature à la Dre Tulloch en y joignant une lettre de présentation, votre curriculum vitæ et les coordonnées de trois personnes pouvant attester de vos compétences. La date d’entrée en service est négociable.

  • July 25, 2022 12:50 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Application Deadline: Review of applications will begin on July 29th, 2022 and continue until the position is filled.

    Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences

    Department of Psychology

    Reference # HBS-2022-23-06

    Lakehead University, Thunder Bay Campus, invites applications for one limited-term appointment (2-year) in the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences, Department of Psychology. The position will commence on September 1, 2022. The teaching duties for this position consist of six undergraduate one-semester courses distributed over 2 or 3 academic semesters. Two of these courses can be the instruction of the 4th year thesis course and mentorship of undergraduate thesis students. There may be limited opportunities for graduate-level teaching, for qualified candidates.

    The successful candidate will:

    1. Hold a doctorate degree in psychology before starting the position;
    2. Show evidence of an active research program in psychology
    3. Demonstrate commitment to teaching at the undergraduate levels 
    4. We are particularly seeking candidates with the ability to teach any of the following courses:
      1. Statistics, Social psychology, Advanced Social Psychology, Personality, Health Psychology, Cultural Psychology, Behavioural Neuroscience, Adult Disorders, History of Psychology, Emotions and Motivation, Learning, Animal Behaviour, Addiction Processes, Indigenous Mental Health
      2. Experience with experiential learning and online or alternative modes of delivery is highly desired.
    5. Demonstrate commitment to research and scholarship by providing evidence of peer-reviewed academic publications, academic conference presentations, and/or knowledge translation activities;
    6. Demonstrate capacity to provide effective research supervision at the undergraduate level

    The Department of Psychology is located at the Thunder Bay campus. Thunder Bay is located on Lake Superior in beautiful Northwestern Ontario, home to affordable living, thriving foodie and arts communities, and four-season, world class outdoor recreation (https://vimeo.com/484127771). The Department offers arts and science undergraduate programs, graduate programs in Psychological Science (MSc and PhD), MA Clinical Psychology, and CPA-accredited PhD Clinical Psychology programs.

    Lakehead is a comprehensive university with a reputation for innovative programs and cutting-edge research. With campuses located in Thunder Bay and Orillia, Lakehead has approximately 10,000 students and 2,160 faculty and staff.  With an emphasis on collaborative learning and independent critical thinking and a multidisciplinary teaching approach, Lakehead offers a variety of degree and diploma programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels through its nine faculties, including Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Health and Behavioural Sciences, Natural Resources Management, Science and Environmental Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities, Graduate Studies, and Faculty of Law. For further information, please visit: www.lakeheadu.ca.

    For further information, please contact Dr. Rupert Klein, Chair of the Department of Psychology at (807) 343-8535 or via email at rgklein@lakeheadu.ca. Detailed information on the Department of Psychology and our programs is available at: https://www.lakeheadu.ca/programs/departments/psychology.

    The electronic application (in the form of one PDF document) quoting Reference # HBS-2022-23-06 should include: a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, evidence of teaching effectiveness (including a statement of teaching philosophy, course outlines and teaching evaluations for previously-taught courses), a statement of a research plan (current and future interests), copies of the three most significant publications, and the names and contact information of three references. A completed Confirmation of Eligibility to Work in Canada.pdf form must accompany your package. 

    Applicants should submit their electronic application to:

    Attn: Dr. Mirella Stroink, Dean

    Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences

    Lakehead University

    955 Oliver Road

    Thunder Bay ON P7B 5E1

    e-mail: fhbs@lakeheadu.ca

    Lakehead University is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals including women, racialized persons, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities and other equity-seeking groups. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.  This is in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements.

    Lakehead University is committed to supporting an accessible environment. Applicants requiring accommodation during the interview process should contact the Office of Human Resources at (807) 343-8010 ext. 8334 or human.resources@lakeheadu.ca to make appropriate arrangements.

    This position is subject to budgetary approval.

  • July 25, 2022 12:48 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)
    Ongwanada (Kingston Ontario) is seeking a 0.8 FTE Psychologist to provide Psychological Services to individuals (children, adolescent, adults) with developmental disabilities who are supported by Ongwanada/affiliated with service providers in the East Region.

    Although the preference is for registered professionals, at this time Ongwanada is willing to consider applicants who have defended their dissertation and are prepared for registration under supervised practice.

    Full details of the position can be found here:


  • July 25, 2022 12:44 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

    Req ID: 133913
    Company: Nova Scotia Health
    Location: Provincial Zone, Flexible Within The Province 
    Department: MHA Professional Practice Adult APL
    Type of Employment: Permanent Hourly FT (100% FTE) x 1 position(s)
    Status: Healthcare Position
    Posting Closing Date: 18-Jul-22

    Apply Here

    Nova Scotia Health is the largest provider of health services in Nova Scotia, with some specialized services also offered to clients throughout Atlantic Canada. We’re on a mission to achieve excellence in health, healing and learning through working together, which is reflected in the hospitals, health centres and community-based programs we operate across the province. Our passionate team of professionals provides a variety of high-quality inpatient and outpatient services including academic, tertiary, and quaternary care, as well as continuing care, primary health care, public health, and mental health and addictions. Join a diverse team of innovators, collaborators and creative thinkers today.

     Nova Scotia Health employs professionals in all corners of our beautiful province. We believe there's a place here for everyone to call home, from vibrant cities with exuberant nightlife to quaint towns with picturesque trails. The work-life balance that comes with an Nova Scotia Health role means you'll have the time to explore, discover, and participate in that coveted Atlantic lifestyle. Visit us today and check out www.novascotia.com to see why more people from across the globe are moving here.


    Mental Health and Addictions (MHA) operates out of various hospitals, clinics, and community locations across the province. It is comprised of specialized teams of Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Physicians, Nurses, Social Workers, Health Promoters, Recreation Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Secretaries, and other members of the allied health and support team. The Advanced Practice Leader (APL) will be part of the Provincial Center for Training, Education, and Learning (PCTEL) and will report to the Provincial Clinical Leader and Manager of Training and Education.
    This position has a special focus on training mental health clinicians within the MHA Program to provide culturally responsive assessment and psychotherapy to people from racialized and other marginalized populations. As such, the APL will possess attributes, values, knowledge, and skills that demonstrate an understanding of equity and a commitment to diversity. They will have experience engaging across difference, articulating bias, and training clinicians in cultural humility and responsiveness. They will be knowledgeable about race-related stress and the experiences of people who are Black, Indigenous, and/or People of Colour. Experience with other historically, persistently, or systematically marginalized groups is also an asset.

     The APL will use 0.2 FTE for clinical work and will attend PCTEL team meetings. They will have training and experience delivering evidence-based interventions for a range of disorders, including mood, anxiety, substance use, and trauma-related disorders. Certification in cognitive-behavioural therapy is an asset. Content expertise in program development and evaluation, group therapy, and adult learning are required. 

     The focus of this role is on training clinicians to provide culturally responsive care to people from racialized populations; as such, a person who is Black, Indigenous, and/or a Person of Colour would be preferred for this position.


    •PhD or PsyD in Clinical Psychology
    •Registered, or eligible to be registered/licensed with the Nova Scotia Board of Examiners in Psychology.
    •Minimum of four (4) years of formal training & clinical experience in adult mental health & addictions, including two (2) years’ experience providing clinical consultation and supervision for mental health problems, including group-based supervision, live supervision, and case consultation. Have received supervision/consultation regarding own supervision and consultation skills.
    •Skills and experience providing identity-affirming, racially- and culturally- sensitive and responsive assessment and psychotherapy
    •Skills and experience in promoting learning cultures that emphasize anti-racist and intersectional values, analysis, and actions, clinical humility, and the responsible use of power and privilege.
    •Training and experience in the provision of cognitive and behavioural interventions for a range of mental health disorders (e.g., behavioural activation, cognitive therapy for depression, protocol-based treatments for anxiety disorders, prolonged exposure, cognitive processing therapy, exposure and response prevention). Certification in cognitive-behavioural therapy is an asset.
    •Knowledge of adult learning principles and experience providing training and consultation in mental health and addictions
    •Experience with program evaluation and research 
    •Knowledge of and experience with the DSM-5 diagnostic classification system. 
    •Excellent interpersonal skills
    •Skills in leadership, advocacy, and team building
    •Skills and experience in promoting learning cultures that emphasize anti-racist and intersectional values, analysis, and actions, clinical humility, and the responsible use of power and privilege.
    •Critical thinking and problem-solving skills
    •Leadership skills
    •Competencies in other languages an asset, French preferred
    PLEASE NOTE: Applicants relying on education and experience equivalencies must clearly state such equivalencies in their cover letter, resume, or application. Additionally, candidates will not be considered for an interview if applications are incomplete or are missing information


    Hours of Work

    Permanent, Full-Time position; 75 hours biweekly


    Salary Information

    $49.63 - $64.07 hourly


    Once You've Applied

    Thank you for your interest in this position. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. Some opportunities may be eligible for our Employee Referral Program.  If a Nova Scotia Health employee refers a candidate who is not working for the organization and the candidate is hired, the employee who made the referral may be eligible to earn up to $1000.  For more details and instructions, please visit Recruitment - Incentives 


    ​This is a Healthcare bargaining unit position. Preference is given to bargaining unit employees for unionized positions. Employees are encouraged to view their seniority hours and dates in their SuccessFactors online profile. Successful applicants changing unions, bargaining units or employment status, are advised to seek clarification regarding their seniority, benefits, and vacation entitlement and/or usage, prior to accepting the position.


    ​As per the COVID-19 Mandatory Vaccination Protocol in High-Risk Settings, Nova Scotia Health requires all team members to be fully vaccinated by November 30th, 2021. 


    Nova Scotia Health is committed to being a workforce that is free of discrimination, values diversity and is representative, at all job levels, of the people we serve. Our priority groups are Indigenous, Black/African Nova Scotians, Persons of Colour, Immigrants/Newcomers, Persons with Disabilities, 2SLGBTQIA+. Members of these groups are welcome to apply and self-identify.


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