Winnipeg, Manitoba is recruiting a behavioral sleep medicine psychologist, permanent full-time, through new government funding for expanded psychologist services in the health system!
The psychologist would join a highly collaborative team with the Behavioral Sleep Medicine clinic, a longstanding psychologist-led outpatient service based in the province’s largest acute care hospital, Health Sciences Centre, in Winnipeg. The clinic is dedicated to expert evaluation, diagnosis, treatment and innovation in the management of sleep disorders. We provide digitalized, group, and individual therapies for a variety of sleep disorders, as part of our stepped care approach.
We offer competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, relocation support, clinical supervision until licensed for independent practice, ongoing professional development, professional license reimbursement; and opportunity for supervision of psychology residents and clinical research through integrated clinical/academic roles.
A doctoral degree (PhD or PsyD) in Clinical Psychology from a CPA/APA-accredited program and completion of a CPA/APA-accredited internship/residency by job start date are required, as well as registration or eligibility for registration as a Psychologist (C.Psych.) in Manitoba www.cpmb.ca. Knowledge and experience with sleep disorders and psychological interventions are an asset (e.g., CBTi [cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia], actigraphy, light therapy).
Current residents/interns, beginning career and established psychologists are welcome to apply. Priority review will be given to candidates who apply by January 15, 2024. Applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled.
Clinical Health Psychology (CHP) is unique in Canada, being both a provincially-led clinical service responsible for psychological services throughout the Manitoba health system, under Shared Health MB, and an academic department in the Max Rady College of Medicine, University of Manitoba. Our CHP psychologists are based in hospitals, health centres and primary care clinics, providing clinical care across the lifespan from the very young to the elderly, for a wide range of mental health, developmental, and acute and chronic medical conditions. Psychologists in the Manitoba health system hold medical staff appointments along with our physician colleagues, and enjoy well-established collaborations with medical, nursing and allied health professionals to provide innovative and effective care. CHP psychologists connect regularly with each other, whether based in Winnipeg or in rural or northern health regions, and have a respectful and caring community of professional practice.
Let’s talk! Contact us to learn more; send your CV and cover letter indicating your interest in the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Psychologist position to:
Dr. Lesley Graff, Provincial Specialty Lead, Shared Health & Department Head, University of Manitoba email: email@example.com phone: 1-204-787-5163 (admin)
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