Eating Disorder Psychologist (Melbourne) Part Time or Full Time

@ Centre for Eating, Weight and Body Image

LocationHours per weekClosing Date
Melbourne1625 Nov, 2021
LocationMelbourne
Hours per week16
Closing Date25 Nov, 2021

About the role

We have opportunities available for psychologists who are passionate about providing client-centred, empirically-supported psychological assessment, treatment, and support for individuals experiencing eating, weight, or body image related difficulties.\ \ This is a part time (minimum 2 days) or full time position.\ \ We provide face to face and telehealth services. We are passionate about providing an engaging, motivating and supportive workplace for our team.\ \ We are passionate about providing an engaging, motivating and supportive workplace for our team. We know that clients will receive high-quality care if our psychologists are well supported.

This includes:\ -Formal training and regular supervision in a range of empirically supported eating disorder treatments (e.g., CBT-E, FBT, SSCM).\ \ -Regular individual and group supervision.\ \ -Regular skills workshops on a range of topics important for clinical practice (e.g., managing admin tasks, navigating Medicare, managing therapy interfering behaviours etc).\ \ -Registrar programs for Clinical Psychology, Health Psychology, Educational and Developmental Psychology.

Selection Criteria (optional):

• Unrestricted psychologist registration with AHPRA. • Current public and professional indemnity insurance in line with AHPRA requirements. • Formal training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Enhanced (CBT-E) and/or Family Based Therapy (FBT) for eating disorders (or willingness to complete this training before commencing with CEWBI). • Experience in the treatment of eating, weight and body image concerns. • Experience in the delivery of face to face and telehealth psychological services • Experience in the delivery of telehealth psychology. • Ability to provide psychological services and reports in a manner that at all times is consistent with legal, ethical and professional requirements • Ability to maintain record keeping that is at all times up-to-date and consistent with legal, ethical and professional requirements • Ability to develop therapeutic rapport with clients and implement empirically supported treatments • Demonstrated commitment to continued supervision and professional development. • Strong interpersonal and communication skills • Ability to work independently, and to be a cooperative and supportive team member • Ability to develop relationships with referrers and other members of the treating team • The desire to work as an active part of the team and contribute to continued practice growth. • A current Working with Children Check and Police Check. • Fully vaccinated • Continued access to your own laptop/computer and access to an appropriate confidential space for the provision of telehealth psychology. • The capacity to see clients at a minimum of two days per week (or equivalent). • Commitment to be a part of CEWBI for the long term.