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Psychologist – Partners in Canadian Veterans Rehabilitation Services (PCVRS)
- Hybrid work environment including in-person and virtual service delivery.
- Salaried and fee-for-service options (part-time and full-time)
Lifemark is excited about our new partnership with Partners in Canadian Veterans Rehabilitation Services (PCVRS), the national contractor for the administration and delivery of all medical, psycho-social and vocational rehabilitation services. This offers an opportunity to have a holistic and integrated approach to care, improving experiences for both providers and Participants.
The purpose of our Rehabilitation Program is to provide effective Veteran-centered care that responds to the medical, psycho-social and vocational rehabilitation needs of eligible Canadian Forces Veterans. The goal is to help reduce barriers in relation to a participant’s eligible health problem(s) and to help adjust to life at home, in community or at work. The rehabilitation plan is intended to be short term and goal focused to restore function to the extent possible.
Education and licensure
- Master’s Degree or Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from an accredited university
- Current registration in good standing with the provincial College/Board of Psychologists
- Individual professional liability insurance required at time of employment
- Conducting formal diagnostic psychological assessments with adults, including writing integrative psychological assessment reports.
- Training and experience in evidence based treatment modalities for PTSD (e.g., Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive Processing Therapy, EMDR)
- Experience working with special populations including military service members, veterans, or first responders.
- Working in interdisciplinary teams and with third party payers is considered an asset
- Utilizing telehealth/virtual care methods is considered an asset
- Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
- Able to work both autonomously and as part of interdisciplinary teams
- Efficient with required clinical documentation
- Able to manage a diverse caseload within dynamic work setting
- Demonstrated work ethics, integrity, reliability, maturity, and flexibility
Build a career while making a difference
You will provide top quality whole-person care using a client-centered bio-psycho-social approach with both interdisciplinary rehabilitation teams (i.e., physiotherapy, kinesiology, occupational therapy, vocational rehab specialist, case coordinators) and interdisciplinary mental health teams (psychologists, psychotherapists, counsellors, social workers, occupational therapists).
Your work will make a difference to the lives Canadian Veterans, whose service-related health conditions limits their functioning in civilian life, as well as to employees in organizations focused on workplace health, and insured employees and private payers reaching out on their own for support for their mental health concerns.
You will find purpose in this role by:
- Conducting formal psychological assessments to inform diagnosis, guide treatment planning, employment suitability recommendations, and inform resource building for participants.
- Delivering individual and group treatment for conditions using evidence based treatment modalities.
- Consultation with other mental health service providers and clinical interdisciplinary teams
- Contributing to in-house training sessions and interdisciplinary case discussions
- Contributing to program outcome evaluations at the provincial and national level
For additional information about the company visit www.lifemarkhealthgroup.ca