Psychologist - Locum
LCP Health - Yellowknife, NT

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Are you ready to experience wild winters and energetic summers in our multi-cultural city? Are you seeking the solitude of quiet hiking trails and undisturbed lakes? Experience a slower pace of life and better work/life balance working in the great white north. Yellowknife offers short commutes, let’s you access the great wilderness within 15 minutes’ drive and has 24 hour sunlight in the summer.

LCP have a separate, downtown building with spacious, modern and bright treatment rooms offering multi-disciplinary occupational rehabilitation.

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LCP Health is looking for a Clinical or Counselling Psychologist in the Yellowknife, NWT to work on locum basis as fee for service. The position involves provision of psychological treatment services, primarily to third party customers such as long-term disability insurance providers. The psychologist will conduct treatment-oriented assessments, develop and implement individual treatment plans, write reports, and liaise with case managers and other stakeholders. Treatment is evidence-based, and goals include assisting clients to return to work, enhancing psychological functioning, and improving quality of life. The psychologist may also conduct psychovocational and learning disability assessments to adults with a range of physical, mental health, and developmental disabilities. In this role, the psychologist will conduct interviews, interpret psychological instruments, write reports, and participate in feedback sessions with clients and customers.

The successful candidate will have excellent clinical and interpersonal skills, and ability to multi-task and prioritize with a focus on customer service. LCP Health is looking for an energetic team player who has completed doctoral level training in a clinical or counselling psychology program and is registered or eligible for registration with a College of Psychologists and eligible for registration in the NWT. Good organizational and writing skills are essential, and understanding rehabilitation and disability issues is an asset. Training and mentorship by current retiring PhD Psychologist available.

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