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Supportive Counselling Services jobs

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$26.42 - $33.10 an hour
Work with clients in person and on the phone using various interviewing and supportive counselling techniques; SGEU Term 9 months or more.
Services and Housing In the Province (SHIP)
Brampton, ON
Responsive employer
$54,175 - $63,796 a year
Provide individualized goal assessment and supportive counselling as appropriate. Services and Housing In the Province (SHIP). 37.5 Hours | Union Position.
$26.90 an hour
Carry out the functions of psychosocial crisis intervention including supportive counselling, and assistance in the development of a recovery plan.
$21.15 - $22.87 an hour
Promote positive and supportive attitudes toward people who have experienced mental health problems. Provide intensive short-term support, crisis intervention…
Services and Housing In the Province (SHIP)
Caledon, ON
Responsive employer
$23.22 an hour
Bachelor’s Degree or Diploma in Health Services, Social Services, or equivalent. Individual and group counselling skills. Flexible Hours | Union Position*.
Maintains quality assurance in genetic counselling services. To provide supportive counselling services, serve as patient advocates, and refer individuals and…
Golden Community Social Services Coop
Golden, BC
Counselling or human service work experience. Golden Community Social Services Coop. Golden Community Social Services Coop is Hiring!
Bryony House (Halifax Transition House Association...
Halifax, NS
Responsive employer
Both crisis and supportive counselling, safety planning, advocacy and referrals, as well as household duties that support residents during their stay at the…
$34.26 - $42.73 an hour
Comprehensive knowledge of psychotherapeutic and counselling skills. Broad knowledge of healthcare and community services available to applicable client group.
$23.59 an hour
Provide crisis intervention and supportive counselling to women and their children who have experienced domestic violence or homelessness;