The DBT Psychology Clinic is looking to employ part-time clinicians to work in our comprehensive and adherent DBT outpatient program. As a therapist at the DBT Psychology Clinic you will be a member of a therapeutic community of like-minded clinicians. You will focus on providing therapy within a safe, supportive and deeply caring environment.
The ideal candidate will have a passion for learning, be open to clinical growth and have confidence working with clients who have multiple life challenges. You will be proficient in providing all areas of the standard DBT model: individual therapy, group skills training and phone coaching.
Previous experience with DBT is a must. Those who have completed the Intensive DBT Training will be given preference. If you do not have this training, we are willing to support you through the 16-week online Foundational Training provided by Behavioral Tech.
There are several non-negotiable requirements of the role. These include being a registered Medicare provider, having your own professional indemnity/public liability insurance, attending weekly consult team meetings on Thursday afternoons and being able to offer some individual therapy outside of normal business hours.
During our weekly meetings we support each other in providing the best DBT therapy we can. It is also a place to learn, share and grow.
Keeping up-to-date with DBT research and training opportunities is our philosophy. We love research and monitor the effectiveness of our programs with a range of measures.
We do our best to ensure that working at the DBT Psychology Clinic is a deeply satisfying experience. We have a strong focus on self-care and want you to go home feeling exhilarated rather than exhausted.
In addition to being a part of the DBT team there is also an opportunity to develop your own private practice at the same premises.
If you are an experienced DBT clinician, we would like to hear from you. Please email us at or call Tania Alexander, Bianca Dos Santos or Louise Fisher on 0434 595 195.