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    • sydney, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$100.00 - AU$135.00 per hour
    • full-time
    If you are a mental health professional who loves animals and is passionate about working on issues relating to human-animal well-being, then our client has an opportunity for you While much of what they do might overlap with what is done in standard psychology practices, they are also different because our work centres around encouraging stronger human-animal relationships. As such, we offer a full range of clinical interventions for humans as well as services designed to enhance relationships with our fellow sentient animals. A vibrant, growing practice, located in the centre of Sydney’s CBD, offering a warm, collegiate, supportive environment in a well-equipped, brand new space with a strong referral base and opportunities for professional growth. the role Full range of human emotional issues, such as stress, anxiety, depression, trauma and loneliness. As part of this, they also work through issues in your life that might impact your ability to relate to your companion animal(s).Increasing attunement to companion animal emotional states, and how best to manage this when both you and your companion animal are in different mood states.Dealing with abuse, and the impact this can have upon individuals as well as their companion animal(s).Coping with grief/ loss of one's companion animal(s).Working with individuals in animal-related industries - such as conservation parks, NGOs, medical services and others - to help them cope with burnout, stress, anxiety and improve their emotional well-being.Helping vegans and animal welfare sympathisers cope with negative socio-cultural stereotypes, anxiety and shame.Offering animal-assisted therapy (AAT) to help reduce pain, anxiety, depression and fatigue in people experiencing a range of health problems e.g., people receiving cancer treatment; people with dementia and in long-term care facilities; others undergoing trauma and/or general anxiety.Who are we looking for? Due to rapid growth, we are seeking 2 Psychologists/ Counsellors to join our friendly and supportive team who have the following skills and qualifications: AHPRA Psychologist registration (General/Clinical) and/or accredited counselling qualifications as recognised by the Australian Counselling Association (ACA).Experience with a variety of adult clinical presentationsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsPart-time and full-time opportunities availableLast but not least – must have a love for animals!Tasks & responsibilities: Maintain high standards of psychological services and client engagementFollow best practice guidelines for the maintenance of ethical and empirically supported assessment and treatment servicesMaintain professional competencies through practice and professional developmentBenefits: Flexible hours and the option to work from home on some daysWarm collegiate environment, where you can also bring your pet into workCentral CBD location in a well-equipped, brand new officeOpportunities for job diversity and professional growthPeer supervision availableCompetitive remunerationMore information: if you would like to know more, please contact the Gary Stuart on 0466644381 or email a copyu of your resume to gary.stuart@randstad.com.au We also have many other opportunities for clinical / registered psychs across Sydney including Inner West, North Shore, Eastern Suburbs and Parramatta. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    If you are a mental health professional who loves animals and is passionate about working on issues relating to human-animal well-being, then our client has an opportunity for you While much of what they do might overlap with what is done in standard psychology practices, they are also different because our work centres around encouraging stronger human-animal relationships. As such, we offer a full range of clinical interventions for humans as well as services designed to enhance relationships with our fellow sentient animals. A vibrant, growing practice, located in the centre of Sydney’s CBD, offering a warm, collegiate, supportive environment in a well-equipped, brand new space with a strong referral base and opportunities for professional growth. the role Full range of human emotional issues, such as stress, anxiety, depression, trauma and loneliness. As part of this, they also work through issues in your life that might impact your ability to relate to your companion animal(s).Increasing attunement to companion animal emotional states, and how best to manage this when both you and your companion animal are in different mood states.Dealing with abuse, and the impact this can have upon individuals as well as their companion animal(s).Coping with grief/ loss of one's companion animal(s).Working with individuals in animal-related industries - such as conservation parks, NGOs, medical services and others - to help them cope with burnout, stress, anxiety and improve their emotional well-being.Helping vegans and animal welfare sympathisers cope with negative socio-cultural stereotypes, anxiety and shame.Offering animal-assisted therapy (AAT) to help reduce pain, anxiety, depression and fatigue in people experiencing a range of health problems e.g., people receiving cancer treatment; people with dementia and in long-term care facilities; others undergoing trauma and/or general anxiety.Who are we looking for? Due to rapid growth, we are seeking 2 Psychologists/ Counsellors to join our friendly and supportive team who have the following skills and qualifications: AHPRA Psychologist registration (General/Clinical) and/or accredited counselling qualifications as recognised by the Australian Counselling Association (ACA).Experience with a variety of adult clinical presentationsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsPart-time and full-time opportunities availableLast but not least – must have a love for animals!Tasks & responsibilities: Maintain high standards of psychological services and client engagementFollow best practice guidelines for the maintenance of ethical and empirically supported assessment and treatment servicesMaintain professional competencies through practice and professional developmentBenefits: Flexible hours and the option to work from home on some daysWarm collegiate environment, where you can also bring your pet into workCentral CBD location in a well-equipped, brand new officeOpportunities for job diversity and professional growthPeer supervision availableCompetitive remunerationMore information: if you would like to know more, please contact the Gary Stuart on 0466644381 or email a copyu of your resume to gary.stuart@randstad.com.au We also have many other opportunities for clinical / registered psychs across Sydney including Inner West, North Shore, Eastern Suburbs and Parramatta. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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