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Palmerstone Road, Mount Druitt
Full Time with flexibility for Part time job share arrangements; Note hours are negotiable based on applicants availability
- AHPRA registration as a Psychologist.
- Demonstrated understanding of the social and emotional wellbeing issues facing
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people especially in relation to family violence, complex trauma, alcohol and other drug use.
- Ability and experience in using a variety of evidence based psychological
approaches and interventions to provide therapeutic counselling support to
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients of GWAHS to improve their social and
- Ability to write psychological treatment plans, reports and referrals for Aboriginal
and Torres Strait Islander clients of GWAHS.
- Demonstrated ability to liaise and provide joint treatment support to Aboriginal and
Torres Strait Islander clients with a range of clinical health professionals, including
doctors, Psychiatrists, Registered Nurses and Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander
- Ability and experience in working with a range of community mental health
professionals and support services.
- Ability to use the Medicare billing system for recording client treatment interactions.
- Proficiency in record keeping and data management using a variety of computer
software applications to ensure case notes and records are maintained in
accordance with WACHS/GWAHS policies, AHPRA and best practice standards.
- Capacity to work independently and as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
- Excellent interpersonal skills including written and oral skills.
- Effective conflict management skills and stress management skills.
Assessment and treatment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander client's behaviour and social and emotional wellbeing within a counselling service model to support them to overcome a range of issues including: depression, addiction, anxiety, challenging behaviour, neurological disorders, mental ill health, and learning disorders.
Contact Jim Porter on 02 9836 7300 or 0417 620 081 or email email@example.com