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Psychologist, Private Practice 7-Jan-2019



 The role of the psychologist is to plan, conduct, and provide expertise and guidance related to psychological services, including evidence-based and personalized assessment, treatment, and consultation consistent with the values of Central Counselling & Assessment Services.  The psychologist plans, coordinates and provides program evaluation activities, while practicing within the scope of declared competencies registered with the Newfoundland and Labrador Psychology Board.   

Working as a member of the team, the psychologist will provide psychological assessment, consultation, diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of clients utilizing both individual evidence-based and personalized interventions. Program development and evaluation will also be part of this role. 


-Plans, conducts and monitors evidence-based and personalized psychological treatments with individuals.  

-Uses measures to assess outcomes
-Plans, administers, and documents psychological assessments for patients.

-Provides personalized assessment, treatment planning, and evaluation of outcomes for patients. Assists with program development and evaluation as required.
-Engages in professional development and continuing education.


-Registered, or eligible for registration, through the Newfoundland and Labrador Psychology Board.
-Masters or Ph.D. in Psychology from an APA or CPA accredited graduate program (or equivalent).
-Minimum of two years clinical experience.
-Knowledge of Concurrent Disorders and evidence based treatments preferred
-Demonstrated compliance with the ethical and professional practice standards of Newfoundland and Labrador Psychology Board and the Canadian Psychological Association.

-Demonstrated skills and experience in treatment and assessment in mental health conditions

-Demonstrated skills and experience in assessment and diagnosis of learning disabilities, behaviour disorders, with treatment planning

- Demonstrated skills with a wide range of evidence based interventions, including but not limited to CBT, prolonged exposure, CPT, EMDR, DBT, mindfulness, biofeedback. 

-Demonstrated ability to work effectively as a member of a team, to collaborate with community resources and services, and to advocate for the needs of clients
-Demonstrated interpersonal skills, self-motivated and directed to fulfill responsibilities of role 

-Advanced oral and written communication skills required for assessment and treatment reports as well as communication of treatment outcomes.

Interested candidates are invited to submit their CV to or
by Fax: 1 (709) 256-4423