Licensed Mental Health Counselor

8PQW+33, Saint Marys Parish, NB, Canada, Part Time

Clinical Psychologist/or Licenced Counselling Therapist (LCT/LCT-C)Start Date: As soon as possibleLocation: Remote (New Brunswick Licence Required)BackgroundCampbell Health is a leading mental healthcare provider dedicated to delivering exceptional mental health services across the lifespan. We’re seeking highly skilled and compassionate Psychotherapist to join our team. As a Campbell Health psychotherapist, you will play a crucial role in assisting our team in providing accurate assessment, treatment plans and treatment delivery, using a number of evidence-based interventions.The successful applicant will report directly to Campbell Health Clinical Director, and also work collaboratively within an interdisciplinary team, with the opportunity to participate in and contribute to clinical supervision and continued education.Licencing/Education Requirements. Psychologist Candidate Requirements: Must be licensed, and in good standing (or stand to be licenced by time of employment commencement) with the College of Psychologists of New Brunswick (CPNB), or the Association of Psychologists of Nova Scotia (APNS).

Both Doctorate Level (Ph. D/PsyD) and Master’s Level candidates will be considered so long as they meet license requirements. Licenced Counselling Therapist Candidates: Must be licenced, and in good standing (or stand to be licenced by time of employment commencement) with the College of Counselling Therapists of New Brunswick, holding LCT or LCT-C designation.Master’s Social Work Candidates: Must have an MSW, and be in good standing with the NBASW. We will not accept BSW designations for this position.Skills and Qualifications.

The successful candidate must demonstrate: The ability to deliver evidence-based psychotherapy services, particularly Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Trauma-Focused CBT, and/or Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and/or Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT). Strong knowledge, conceptualization and application of evidence-based treatment for trauma (including PTSD, complex trauma and co-morbid difficulties and diagnoses). Strong knowledge, conceptualization and application of evidence-based treatment of mood and anxiety disorders. Ability to build strong rapport with clients, and complete interventions virtually and in-person.

Demonstrated cultural competency, and experience working cross culturally, particularly with First Nations peoples.Competency with technology (i.e. electronic charting, electronic appointments etc.) Strong ability to work independently (virtual intervention, collaboration with other professionals as part of treatment plan) and as part of a team (consultation and supervision). Sound knowledge, and adherence to ethical principles.Willingness to participate in bi-weekly supervision with colleagues. Formal training and clinical experience in adult mental health.Demonstrated experience and expertise in formulating and implementing treatment plans.Competencies in other languages will be considered an asset (French). Experience with assessment of police, veterans and/or Canadian forces members with operational stress injuries including anxiety, mood, and substance will be considered an asset.Employment ResponsibilitiesThe successful candidate will deliver psychotherapeutic services virtually, to teenagers and adults presenting with a range of mental health concerns.The successful candidate will collaborate with other members of the team while providing assessment, diagnosis (if appropriate), consultation, and psychotherapy.

The ability to conduct evidence-based individual psychotherapy treatment is required. As well, the successful candidate will be required to work collaboratively with family physicians, psychiatrists, occupational therapists and other service providers and community agencies in the context of providing care when appropriate.Employment Details Hours are flexible, however, a minimum of 8 patient hours need to be completed weekly. The successful candidate will have the flexibility to set their schedule within certain parameters. This position is designed to be family-centred where the candidate may choose to work days, evenings, or a combination thereof.The successful candidate will have full administrative support, meaning Campbell Health administrative assistants are responsible for taking all patient payments, coordinating appointments, phone calls etc.

The successful candidate will be focusing on clinical work and clinical consultation only. Full-time (13-18 clients/week), and part-time (8-12 clients/week) will be considered. The number of clients the successful candidate works with per week to be negotiated at time of hire. Financial CompensationThis is a fee for service position, where applicants are paid for care delivered.Salary range is based on experience, and qualifications.

More information to be provided to successful candidates.Health InsuranceFull time staff may enroll in SunLife Health and Dental family benefits program, after a 3-month probationary period.How to ApplyIf you’re passionate about contributing to the mental well-being of individuals, and meet the above requirements – we invite you to submit your resume through LinkedIn.About Campbell HealthCampbell Health is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity in our workforce, and we thank all applicants for their interest in this position.We are evolutionizing mental healthcare, providing culturally-safe, evidence-based care to Canadians across the lifespan. To learn more about our team, what we do, and how we do it – please visit our website:



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