Recruiting Third Wave Psychologists

Recruiting Third Wave Psychologists

Kimberly Sogge

Wednesday May 2, 2018

The Ottawa River Psychology Group (www.ottawariverpsychology.com) is seeking psychologists and/or psychological associates to join our growing clinical practice in Centretown Ottawa, just off the Rideau Canal near three universities, the National Art Gallery, National Arts Centre, and Parliament Hill.

 

Our private group practice specializes in the full range of Third Wave CBT treatments with a wide range of clinical problems with particular emphasis on mindfulness and compassion focused approaches for mind-body health challenges (headache, sleep, eating, weight, body image, injury, and pain), operational stress injuries, anxiety disorders, interpersonal difficulties, and professional burnout. We are currently seeking to recruit full-time and/or part-time clinicians to deliver assessment and treatment services to adults and/or adolescents in these areas.  We are particularly interested in receiving applications from clinicians who have established proficiency in Third Wave or mindfulness-based CBT treatments but will also consider applications from clinicians with foundational expertise in empirically-supported treatments but who are seeking to advance their specialization in Compassion Focused or Mindfulness Based Interventions, including those completing their supervised practice year.   We offer treatment, training and supervision in a friendly, collaborative, and respectful environment.

Benefits to Associates:

  •       Excellent remuneration on hourly/subcontract basis
  •       Clinical Director and Practice Administrator to assist in the screening, scheduling, and management of caseload
  •        Dedicated office space with flexible hours between 8am – 9pm 7 days per week
  •        Newly renovated office space and use of private mindfulness studio and group room
  •        A strong referral base with excellent networking opportunity
  •        Flexible work hours and caseload selection
  •        High quality of life
  •        Outstanding opportunity for professional growth in clinical, administrative, teaching, research and advocacy roles

 

Qualifications:

  •       Interest and existing/emergent proficiency in Third Wave or Process-Oriented CBT treatments (Mindfulness and CBT, ACT, FAP, DBT, MBCT, MiCBT, CFT, EFT)
  •         Registration, or eligibility for registration with the College of Psychologists of Ontario
  •         Experience with adult and/or adolescent populations
  •         Excellent written communication, time management, and organizational skills
  •         Interpersonally skilled and interest to be part of a mindful treatment team
  •         Commitment to the legislation and standards of the practice of psychology in Ontario

If you are interested in joining us at the Ottawa River Psychology Group, please send your CV and cover letter to Dr. Kimberly Sogge C.Psych., Clinical Director, at: kim@ottawariverpsychology.com. Please do not hesitate to email or call 613-656-3331 if you would like to discuss the opportunity.

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