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CFIR is seeking to add to our team of highly skilled psychologists (i.e., autonomous or supervised practice) and psychotherapists.
We are also seeking psychologists to provide assessment services at our Centre.


Ottawa

The Centre for Interpersonal Relationships (CFIR-Ottawa & CFIR-Toronto) is currently seeking autonomous and supervised practice psychologists to join a thriving group practice in an environment that is warm, friendly and supportive of knowledge sharing amongst peers.

Preferred candidates will have formal training in multiple treatment approaches (e.g., CBT, DBT, EFT, experiential-humanistic, psychodynamic and attachment-based), and be open to integrating different systems in the treatment of a wide range of presenting problems.

Individuals who provide psychological treatment or assessment services with children, adolescent, adults, couples, and/or families are encouraged to contact us.

If you are an applicant from another province or country, you must ensure that your degree and license are consistent with the licensing regulations and bodies in Ontario, Canada. You may visit the College of Psychologists of Ontario's website (www.cpo.on.ca) to determine whether your degree meets with their requirements for licensure. CFIR will also support you through a process of re-location to Ontario.

As a CFIR Associate, you will receive the following benefits:

- Comprehensive reception and administrative support (e.g., client scheduling, cancellation, and re-scheduling; invoicing; filing support; faxing and photocopying)
- Marketing support to build a new practice or expand an existing practice
- Online forms and a case management system
- A professional work environment that is respectful of your autonomy and encourages collaboration and connection with peers
- Weekly peer-lead consultation groups and seminars
- Ongoing learning and professional developmental opportunities to meet continuing education requirements
- Access to a large psychological testing library
- A new, large and furnished office space with waiting areas and warm beverages for clients
- Opportunities to supervise doctoral candidates, supervised practice psychologists, and pre-doctoral residents and students
- Competitive associate fees

Psychologists who are interested in becoming a CFIR associate are welcome to fill out this form and attach their CV, or submit their CVs by email to Dr. Aleks Milosevic (Clinical Director, CFIR-Ottawa) at aleks.milosevic@cfir.ca, or Dr. Lila Hakim (Clinical Director, CFIR-Toronto) at lila.hakim@cfir.ca. Visit www.cfir.ca to learn about CFIR and its treatment and assessment services.

Toronto

The Centre for Interpersonal Relationships (CFIR-Ottawa & CFIR-Toronto) is currently seeking autonomous practice psychologists to join our growing group of clinicians in our Canadian offices! Our thriving group practice is an environment that is warm, friendly, and supportive of knowledge sharing amongst peers.

According to Canadian Business Magazine, being a psychologist was voted one of the best jobs in Canada. The job prospect outlook for Canadian psychologists is considered good, particularly due to the growing mental health needs of the country's citizens.

About Ottawa: Ottawa is the capacity city of Canada, with a metropolitan population of over 1.3 million residents. It is the political centre of Canada and is home to a number of post-secondary, research, and cultural institutions and numerous museums. Ottawa is often voted as one of the best places to live in Canada and the world and offers a high standard of living.

About Toronto: Toronto is the capital city of the province of Ontario, Canada with a metropolitan population of almost 6 million residents. A global city, Toronto is a centre of business, finance, arts, and culture, and is recognized as one of the most multicultural and cosmopolitan cities in the world.

Preferred candidates will have formal training in multiple treatment approaches (e.g., CBT, DBT, EFT, experiential-humanistic, psychodynamic and attachment-based), and be open to integrating different systems in the treatment of a wide range of presenting problems.

Individuals who provide psychological treatment or assessment services with children, adolescent, adults, couples, and/or families are encouraged to contact us.

If you are an applicant from another province or country, you must ensure that your degree and license are consistent with the licensing regulations and bodies in Ontario, Canada. You may visit the College of Psychologists of Ontario's website (www.cpo.on.ca) to determine whether your degree meets with their requirements for licensure. CFIR will also support you through a process of re-location to Ontario.

Psychologists who are interested in discovering the numerous advantages of a group practice are welcome to contact us for further information. These benefits include but are not limited to:

" Comprehensive reception and administrative support (e.g., client scheduling, cancellation, and re-scheduling; invoicing; filing support; faxing and photocopying)
" Marketing support to build a new practice or expand an existing practice
" Online forms and a case management system
" A professional work environment that is respectful of your autonomy and encourages collaboration and connection with peers
" Weekly peer-lead consultation groups and seminars
" Ongoing learning and professional developmental opportunities to meet continuing education requirements
" Access to a large psychological testing library
" A new, large and furnished office space with waiting areas and warm beverages for clients
" Competitive associate fees
" Assistance and support related to the immigration and licensing processes

Psychologists who are interested in becoming a CFIR associate are welcome to fill out this form and attach their CV, or submit their CVs by email to Dr. Aleks Milosevic (Clinical Director, CFIR-Ottawa) at aleks.milosevic@cfir.ca, or Dr. Lila Hakim (Clinical Director, CFIR-Toronto) at lila.hakim@cfir.ca. Also, visit cfir.ca to learn about CFIR and its treatment and assessment services.