Careers at HELPPS

When you walk into the first session with your ideal client it feels like heaven. You LOVE doing therapy! You are a registered mental health professional, ethical, well trained, and you are pretty good with almost anyone that comes in the door, but with a selective group of clients, you are truly GREAT! The problem is, in your current situation, you don’t get to have those kinds of experiences the way you want… and it is truly starting to wear you down. In fact, there are a few types of clients out there that you have to work REALLY hard to rally for and get excited about working with them.. and right now it seems like you are getting more and more of those clients.

You’ve thought about private practice, but the truth is- you don’t want to be a business owner and to carry the stress that comes with that. You get excited about talking to people, sharing what you do, and even enjoy giving a talk to the community from time to time- but you don’t want to be bogged down with accounting, bookkeeping, business planning, and search engine optimization! You’d really love to find a private practice where you’d feel like you were a part of a truly awesome community. You want to be excited about seeing your coworkers, be able to have a quick chat between sessions, excited about the clients you are working with, glowing at the end of a really hard clinical day because you know you did excellent work.

If this sounds like you, please check out our open positions below.

Our Practice:

Our goal at HELPPS is to provide a safe place for people to experience lasting healing.  One of the ways in which we make this possible is to bring quality therapists together and give them the space to do their best work.  We work through evidence based counselling modalities with hurting individuals, struggling families and unhappy couples. Our team is committed to fostering a community atmosphere where we help each other be the best versions of ourselves.

Open Positions:

Clinical Psychologist

Qualifications:

Autonomous Member of College of Psychologists of Ontario

Minimum 2 years of clinical experience

Completed CPO accredited clinical internship

Experience conducting assessments

Registration as a Psychological Associate or a Psychologist with the College of Psychologists of Ontario

Experience providing Psychodiagnostic Assessments.

Possess professional liability insurance.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Provide clinical assessments and develop clinical recommendations or referrals

Engage in clinical consultation with other mental health professionals

Provide high-quality, evidence-based interventions

Adhere to professional standards and best practices

Strong skills in case conceptualization, treatment planning, progress notes, diagnostic reports

Obtain personal liability insurance

Commitment to professional development

Ability to be flexible and accommodating to client needs

Ability to work effectively with all members of the team

Ability to prioritize, manage time effectively, and be flexible in a very active work environment

Passionate about making a difference

Excited to join an incredible team

 

Clinical Supervisor & Therapist

Qualifications:

Member of College of Psychologists of Ontario or College of Registered Psychotherapist

Minimum 2 years of supervisory experience and minimum of 5 years therapeutic experience

Minimum 30 hours supervisory training

Strong theoretical and conceptual knowledge regarding client problems and care.

Possess professional liability insurance.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Provide clinical assessments and develop clinical recommendations or referrals

Engage in clinical consultation with other mental health professionals

Provide high-quality, evidence-based interventions

Adhere to professional standards and best practices

Strong skills in case conceptualization, treatment planning, progress notes, diagnostic reports

Obtain personal liability insurance

Commitment to professional development

Ability to be flexible and accommodating to client needs

Ability to work effectively with all members of the team

Ability to prioritize, manage time effectively, and be flexible in a very active work environment

Passionate about making a difference

Excited to join an incredible team

 

Clinical Psychotherapist – Focusing on Couple’s Therapy

 

Qualifications:

Member in good standing with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario.  (If Qualifying supervision is provided on site).

Minimum 1-year experience with relationship therapy

Master's level degree in psychology, counselling or a related mental health field.

Strong theoretical and conceptual knowledge regarding client problems and care.

Possess professional liability insurance.

 

Duties & Responsibilities:

Provide clinical psychotherapy and develop clinical recommendations or referrals

Engage in clinical consultation to other mental health professionals

Provide high-quality, evidence-based interventions

Adhere to professional standards and best practices

Strong skills in case conceptualization, treatment planning and progress notes

Obtain personal liability insurance

Commitment to professional development

Ability to be flexible and accommodating to client needs

Ability to work effectively with all members of the team

Ability to prioritize, manage time effectively, and be flexible in a very active work environment

Passionate about relationships and making a difference

Excited to join an incredible team

 

Clinical Psychotherapist – Generalist

 

Qualifications:

Master's level degree in psychology, counselling or a related mental health field.

Registration with the CRPO or CPO. (If Qualifying supervision is provided on site)

Strong theoretical and conceptual knowledge regarding client problems and care.

Possess professional liability insurance.

 

Duties & Responsibilities:

Provide clinical psychotherapy and develop clinical recommendations or referrals

Engage in clinical consultation with other mental health professionals

Provide high-quality, evidence-based interventions

Adhere to professional standards and best practices

Strong skills in case conceptualization, treatment planning and progress notes

Maintain personal liability insurance

Commitment to professional development

Ability to be flexible and accommodating to client needs

Ability to work effectively with all members of the team

Ability to prioritize, manage time effectively, and be flexible in a very active work environment

Passionate about relationships and making a difference

Excited to join an incredible team

 

What we provide:

Our clinical therapy team provides psychotherapy to improve the client’s well-being and mental health, to resolve or mitigate troublesome behaviors, beliefs, compulsions, thoughts, or emotions, and to improve relationships and social skills.  Our team requires the ability to work well and synergize with others in a professional environment focused on exceptional client care and mutual support. To that effect, we empower our staff with a salaried employee model, giving them the latitude to provide exemplary care with a reasonable case-load and strike an industry-leading balance between success, productivity and self-care. 

 

Employee Position

Salary commensurate with education and experience

Health Benefits

Negotiable schedule with clients provided

Quality working conditions

Salary:

Part-time salary for psychotherapists starts at $27,300/year

How To Apply:

Please submit an application package containing the following:

1.   Resume

2.  Written or video cover letter explaining why you think you'll fit with this practice and tell us about your 

      ideal clients.

3.  Two professional reference letters with at least one from your current/previous supervisor.

Send to:

Please send the package to:  John Morris at John@HELPPS.ca

Only those who are selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

Hope Encouragement Laughter Peace Psychotherapy Services

557 Southdale Rd. E. Suite 105,  London, ON N6E 1A2

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