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- Are you looking for a workplace where you are valued and supported?
- Do you want to be surrounded by like minded people who love the field of psychology and are highly motivated by the work they do?
- Do you value flexible hours and the ability to work independently?
These are just some of the many benefits of working at Living Well Psychology Clinic and we are always looking for passionate dynamic psychologists to join our team.
Here’s what is important to us: Attitude, we are very aware of how important a happy work place is, after all we spend a really big part of our lives at work and so we want you to be surrounded by people who know how to create a happy, positive workplace. Work satisfaction is very important and is held as one of our highest values. Exceptional clinical practice, delivering effective evidence based interventions to our amazing clients is what makes us tick.
We love people and we love Psychology and it is important to us to be at the cutting edge of what is happening in the world of mental health wellbeing. The mix of bringing a great attitude to work, coupled with being on top of your game clinically is what we value in our team and describes the heartbeat of Living Well Psychology Clinic.
So, if you are a clinician who values helping people, who thrives in being in a supportive environment, who loves to be connected to a core group of like-minded team members and who values the unique balance of autonomy and support that our clinic offers, then we want to hear from you ! We cant wait to receive your expression of interest!
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