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Counsellor for Health Canada

Good day,

The Employee Assistance Services (EAS) at Health Canada offers an EAP that provides short-term solution-focused counselling services to the majority of federal government department employees and their eligible family members.

EAS is currently looking to recruit counsellors of various backgrounds and experiences. We are currently prioritizing recruitment of individuals who identify with and/or have significant experience with the BIPOC, LGBTQ2+ and other underrepresented communities to continue to promote, improve, and support diversity and inclusion across the federal public service.


Our program requires that counsellors:
• Be a member “in good standing” of a recognized, mental health professional association which offers an accredited registration to its members
• Have a Master’s degree or equivalent in social science such as Social work, Psychology or Counselling
• Have a minimum of five (5) years of counselling experience
• Have an established private practice for the delivery of counselling services with a confidential voicemail system clearly indicating your name only
• Have minimum liability insurance $2,000,000 per claim
• Undergo a reference verification
• Provide proof of education as well as current copies of liability insurance and professional association membership


Thank you,
The Employee Assistance Services at Health Canada


View the PDF version of this employment listing HERE.


How to Apply

Interested individuals can send a copy of their CV via email to eaprecruitment-paeembauche@hc-sc.gc.ca .

Contact Email eaprecruitment-paeembauche@hc-sc.gc.ca
Family Support Counsellor


Full Time Salaried; Salary Range: $56,000 - $62,0000



English Essential and French Preferred



  • University degree in Social Work
  • Master’s degree in clinical counselling
  • A member in good standing of a regulatory body



  • Experience working with individuals, families, groups and communities; and
  • Experience in social work and/or clinical counselling



  • Excellent communication skills (listening, verbal, and written);
  • Ability to facilitate among diverse groups;
  • Team work skills;
  • Excellent organizational and record keeping skills;
  • Sensitivity and tact in dealing with people under stressful conditions;
  • Experience working with and supervising participants and volunteers, and
  • Experience working and/or living in a military community would be an asset;



The Family Support Counsellor supports and serves the families of Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members through a wide range of preventative, supportive and proactive services and programs. Family support counselling programs are designed to enhance the CAF community’s social, mental and emotional well-being. The Family Support Counsellor is also responsible for short-term individual counseling and referral (1-3 sessions). The Family Support Counselling is responsible to assist in individual and community crisis situations, and also serve as a referral source for individuals and community.

Knowledge Base:

  • Knowledge of military lifestyle and the unique stressors associated;
  • Knowledge of military resources and how they relate to the entire family;
  • Program design, development, implementation ,facilitation, coordination, and evaluation;
  • Civilian and CAF Mental Health Resources;
  • Crisis intervention;
  • Suicide Prevention;
  • Family Violence;
  • Attachment and separation dynamics and processes (deployment support); and
  • Familiarity with psychological trauma and recovery.



  • Design, implement, facilitate, or coordinate appropriate groups and/or workshops;
  • Coordinate preventative/educational activities, seminars and workshops to the military community;;
  • Promote client empowerment by making available relevant resources, literature, and information on community supports (Family Counsellor Resource Library and Resource / Information Data Base );
  • Ensures that all goals, objectives and performance indicators identified in the annual program plan are achieved; and,
  • Where appropriate, involve and work with volunteers in Mental Health programs.



  • Support, intervene, and ensure prompt intervention and assistance to individuals who are in a crisis situation;
  • Maintain up to date listing/knowledge of community resources for information and referral;
  • Assess, refer, advocate, support and assist the Military Family Members as appropriate;
  • Respond to and participate as deemed appropriate in community crisis circumstances; and
  • Participate in the Base Critical Incident Stress Response Team, Family Violence Team, Base Health & Wellness, and other relevant committees as required.


  • Provide short-term counseling to the Military Community at the MFRC (no more than three sessions);
  • Refer long-term counseling to community, and base resources as deemed appropriate; and
  • Provide ongoing appropriate in-service training to staff and volunteers.


  • Demonstrate a high standard of professional conduct and behavior as reflected in the individual provincial regulatory body
  • Develop and maintain professional linkages with community organizations through relevant committee work and partnerships; and
  • Create and maintain an official confidential record/file which contains intake assessments and ongoing contact information related to individual and community mental health activities and services.
How to Apply

Please send us your resume with an accompanying cover letter describing how your experience meets the skills and requirements of our organization. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Apply by email to:


Megan Beauchamp, Business & Human Resources Manager


New Brunswick MFRC

A45 St. Lawrence Avenue

Oromocto (NB) E2V 4J5

Contact Email NBMFRC.HR@gmail.com
Social Worker (SWII) Prevention Program

  Job Posting: Social Worker (SWII) Prevention Program

Type of Employment:  Full-Time

Reports to: Director of Child and Family Services

Hours of Work:  35 hrs./weekly

Job Summary:  Woodstock First Nation is searching for an individual to provide professional social services to clients with priority on youth and children of the community. The work involves therapeutic intervention with children, adults and families within the Family Enhancement/Prevention Program. Under the direct supervision of the Program Director the successful candidate will become proficient with the duties of a community out-reach Social Worker and Child Prevention Services. Training and support will be provided.

Job Description:  Adhering to the WFN CFS Conditions of Employment and always maintaining confidentiality, the Social Worker Prevention Program responsibilities will include but not limited to:

  • Develop Prevention programs/activities to better serve the community
  • Work in collaboration with the cultural aspects and liaison with community agencies and supports.
  • Be proactive within the community by facilitating workshops, groups, etc. as required
  • Counselling children struggling with behavior management issues at the school and in the home
  • Counselling and assessing adults with addictions issues
  • Responding to Child Protection matters when needed
  • Responding to walk-ins in crisis and collaborating with other programs and committees to improve community services for youth and community members.
  • Be responsible for case management and documentation,
  • Establishing and maintain effective working relationships with clients, staff, community and with internal and external professional as well as sit on committees.

 Essential Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social work and must be an active member in good standing with the New Brunswick Association of Social Workers
  • A knowledge on addictions and the effects on individuals and families
  • Knowledge of First Nation socio economic realities and the provision of culturally safe care and a genuine interest in working with Wolastoq culture.
  • Ability to use office technology, software, and applications/NB Families
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills in English
  • Reliable, sound judgement, adaptability, and flexibility
  • Critical Thinking and decision-making skills
  • Planning and organization skills
  • Applicants being considered for an interview must provide a current criminal record check and a vulnerable sector check prior to interview.
  • Valid driver’s license.
How to Apply

Closing Date:   Until filled

Please make applications available to Tracy Dunphy by email or in person:

Telephone: (506)-324-6250 Email:  Tracy.Dunphy@gnb.ca

(All Applications must provide Cover Letter, Resume and 3 References) 

WFN reserves the right to amend and/or withdraw the above posting for 2023 Social Worker (SWII) Prevention Program

Contact Email Tracy.Dunphy@gnb.ca
Social Workers - Horizon
RegionNew Brunswick

This is the life-changing opportunity you’ve been looking for. 

Click here to view the PDF version of this employment listing.

Horizon Health Network is currently recruiting for Registered Social Workers to join our teams in Saint John, Moncton, Miramichi, Fredericton, St. Stephen, St. George, Hampton and the Upper River Valley areas. We have a wide range of positions including hospital-based positions as well as positions working within our communities. We are actively recruiting to our Child and Youth Teams, Adult and Seniors teams, our FACT teams, our Mobile Crisis Units and to our Centracare team.


Why you should work here

Working for Horizon gives you flexibility in your career, an east coast lifestyle and the chance to make a big difference in the lives of New Brunswickers.

As a member of our team, you’ll receive a competitive salary as well as comprehensive benefits, including:

✔️ Up to $5K in recruitment incentives and up to $5K in relocation assistance

✔️ Flexible work options with full-time and part-time positions

✔️ Medical

✔️ Dental

✔️ Life insurance

✔️ Disability insurance

✔️ Employer-paid pension

✔️ Sick benefits

✔️ Paid vacation

 and more. Take your career to the next level with Horizon Health Network!


Who you are

You have completed a university degree in social work and are registered and a member in good standing with the New Brunswick Association of Social Workers (or able to obtain upon hire).

Link www.myhorizoncareer.ca
How to Apply

Interested? Apply Today!

Derek Schriver is our Talent Acquisition Specialist for Allied Health is waiting to hear from you. Email Derek today @ Derek.Schriver2@HorizonNB.ca

To learn more about our career opportunities, visit our career site at www.myhorizoncareer.ca

Contact Email Derek.Schriver2@HorizonNB.ca

Permanent Part-time Position (hybrid position)

for Lorelei Walsh Park & Associates

Who we are:
A group of two experienced clinical psychologists, one experienced licensed counselling therapist and an experienced psychometrist in private practice in Oromocto, New Brunswick. The practice has been open in Oromocto, New Brunswick since 2004 and has a well-established referral and client base. We offer evidence-based orientations of psychotherapy and provide psychodiagnostic and cognitive assessment to a mostly adult population ranging in age from young adult to seniors.

Job description:
Lorelei Walsh Park & Associates is offering a permanent part- time employment opportunity (could work full -time splitting time between in person and virtual work) for a Registered Social Worker or Licensed Counselling Therapist with a competitive hourly rate depending on experience, a retention bonus ranging from $2,500 to $5,000 and up to $2500 of relocation assistance. Consideration will also be given to candidates interested in exploring contract opportunities although no signing bonus or relocation assistance will be offered for a contract position and a number of employment perks and benefits listed below will not be offered.

Why join us:
Working for Lorelei Walsh Park & Associates gives you considerable flexibility in your career working in-person in a well-appointed office location as well as virtually from your already established home office space, an east coast lifestyle and the chance to work with an interesting, challenging and motivated population consisting of members of the Canadian Armed Forces, Veterans, police and emergency services workers and their families. Administration and billing support is provided from virtual locations allowing for complete confidentiality for clients and their families. Files can be kept digitally through a central portal but the option to keep a paper file is available as well. Training allowances and financial support for continuing education and pursuit of opportunities for professional growth are provided to a yearly limit should you choose to sign an employment contract and there is no need to worry about paying your licensing or practice insurance fees as we cover those as well (through direct and timely reimbursement to you) for part-time (pro-rated) and full-time employees.

Lorelei Walsh Park & Associates is an equal opportunity employer. We have been dedicated to providing the highest quality evidence-based psychological services for almost 20 years in Oromocto, New Brunswick.

Your Qualifications:

  • Must hold a license in good standing, or be immediately eligible for a license, as a Social Worker with the New Brunswick Association of Social Workers or as a Counselling Therapist with The College of Licensed Counselling Therapists of New Brunswick. Interim Members or Candidates who are seeking employment will be required to find their own College supervision.

  • A Master's degree in Clinical Social Work or in Counselling and Psychotherapy from an accredited University

  • If a recent graduate or recently licensed (in the last 6 months) you should be able to demonstrate that you have two years of full time equivalent experience under the supervision of a licensed counselling psychotherapist or a registered clinical social worker, and in the last 5 years had experience with providing cognitive behavioural therapy (at a minimum) and trauma processing therapy (i.e. CPT) for adults with PTSD, anxiety and mood disorder and other various mental health concerns.

  • Written and spoken competence in English is required. Written and spoken competence in French is an asset.

Additional Requirements:
A Criminal record check and vulnerable sector screening is required for this position.

Your duties and responsibilities:
The qualified candidate should be able to conduct a thorough clinical interview, develop and deliver a treatment plan and will be competent in the provision of a number of evidence-based orientations of psychotherapy including CBT, CPT, and ACT. Competence in providing EMDR would be an asset.

The qualified candidate has excellent observational skills and report writing skills for progress and discharge reports. The qualified candidate participates and works cooperatively and respectfully with the clinical director, business director, other clinical staff, support staff and all clients and their families.

The qualified candidate may, at times, have the opportunity to provide supervision of students from local universities within their area of expertise.

The qualified candidate should be able to complete progress notes, progress reports and discharge summaries in a timely manner.

The qualified candidate should be able to work from a seated position for extended periods of time for the purpose of providing psychotherapy for concerns of a behavioral, psychological, and or neurocognitive nature and may at times work with client’s family members as well. The qualified candidate should be able to lift 20 pounds and reach into deep filing cabinets (as low as 2 feet from the floor and as high as 5 feet from the floor) for files and other practice materials.

The qualified candidate should be comfortable using multiple digital platforms with laptop, desktop and tablets (testing programs, digital file system, email, e-fax system) and in maintaining and closing a physical and digital client therapy file.

The qualified candidate should be comfortable in contacting clients to reschedule missed appointments or cancelled appointments when required.

The qualified candidate should be comfortable in coordinating their work pace to meet referral source expectations and be sensitive to the schedules of our two part-time virtual support staff and other clinical staff.

The qualified candidate will communicate hours worked on a weekly basis to the billing clerk as needed and maintain a spreadsheet of hours worked and duties performed for each client. The qualified candidate will provide a bi-weekly timesheet to the business director for review and approval prior to their payroll being released by the accounting staff.

Other perks and benefits:

  • Retention bonus ranging from $2,500 to $5,000 for those interested in an employment contract

  • Assistance with relocation expenses up to $2,500 for those interested in an employment contract

  • Paid license and insurance fees for those interested in an employment contract

  • Paid training and continuing education of interest up to a yearly limit for those interested in an employment contract

  • Support of research interests

  • Opportunity to supervise students within your area of expertise

  • Yearly bonuses for those interested in an employment contract

  • Regular pay increases for those interested in an employment contract

  • Provide 4% vacation pay for those interested in an employment contract

  • Set your own hours as your life and family expectations change over time

  • No overhead or fees to set up a business and maintain your own staff

  • High quality care for clients

  • Consultation with clinical psychologists provided in a timely manner as needed

  • Motivated client population

  • Diverse and challenging presenting issues

  • Easy access to therapy and other resources for your work with clients

  • Willing to purchase new materials/books/manuals that you already use but we don’t currently own

  • SARS-CoV2 safe and aware office location providing CO2 monitoring and high-quality air filtration/all required PPE provided

How to Apply

Interested or have questions:
Please contact or submit your CV to Dr. Lorelei Walsh Park at lwp1069@hotmail.com to apply

Contact Email lwp1069@hotmail.com
Couples Corner Counselling - Clinical Social Worker (Counselling/Therapy)

Job Description
The Couples Corner Counselling is seeking to add to our growing team of practitioners! We are seeking a Registered Social Worker with clinical experience to provide virtual/remote counselling services. The ideal candidate has experience and interest in working with couples and/or families to provide couples counselling, and on occasion, individual counselling. We offer competitive wages and flexible work hours.

About Us
The Couples Corner Counselling was established to address the need for professional couples counselling services that support clients in achieving their goals, improving their relationship and/or family life, and in gaining greater insight into their lives. The Couples Corner Counselling is committed to offering quality, researched-based techniques, and tools as we support our clients through challenging times.

Our therapists address issues related, but not limited to:

For couples: relational issues, affairs/infidelity, communication, conflict resolution, financial challenges, parenting, separation/divorce, and sex/intimacy.

For families: strained family relationships, marital issues, concerns about children, improving communication, conflict resolution, building trust and understanding, improving the family dynamic.

For individuals: mental health challenges including depression & anxiety, interpersonal stress, burnout, major life changes, trauma, grief, or to further personal growth and achieve greater self-knowledge.

You will be provided with access to a counselling/practice management program, administrative support, and the flexibility to create your own schedule.


We require that candidates:
·Hold a Masters Degree in Social Work from an accredited university

·Are currently registered and “in good standing” with the New Brunswick Association of Social Workers (NBASW)

·Have professional liability insurance

·Upon being contacted for an interview, must provide proof of relevant documents including proof of education; a copy of current NBASW registration; and a copy of current liability insurance

·Use research-based practices, methods, and treatment modalities

·Have clinical/counselling experience

-Have a private space to see clients virtually and remotely

·Have a strong interest in couples counselling

·Be willing to see a minimum of ten clients per week

How to Apply

Applicants can send resumes to the following email: operationscouplescorner@gmail.com. If we feel you might be a good fit, a  member of our team will reach out to you to schedule an interview. 

Contact email: operationscouplescorner@gmail.com

Contact Email operationscouplescorner@gmail.com
Rehabilitation Service Specialist

WCG is seeking passionate registered health care and vocational rehabilitation professionals for the fully remote role of Rehabilitation Service Specialist (RSS).


Read the full role description HERE.

Read the candidate profile HERE.

Link https://recruiting.ultipro.ca/WCG5000WCG/JobBoard/9fd29a28-b7f7-48f7-b738-eb6b0b139f94/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=d858a886-c7ae-4b76-9cae-0975269fde25
How to Apply
Contact Email Kelsey.Miller@wcgservices.com
Vitalité - Social Worker

Choose Vitalité! Join our team at the Geriatric Health Clinic in Dieppe

- Position: Social Worker (one permanent part-time position)
- Location: Geriatric Health and Wellness Clinic in Dieppe
- Salary: $31.54 to $42.90 per hour
- Range of benefits from day one

Link https://bit.ly/49oJrVf
How to Apply

Apply here ➡https://bit.ly/49oJrVf

For more information ➡amy.martin@vitalitenb.ca

Contact Email amy.martin@vitalitenb.ca
Under One Sky - Social worker

About UOS:

Under One Sky is a vibrant and caring community hub, providing programs and services, educating, advocating for, and empowering a healthy and proud Indigenous Community. Under One Sky invites applications for a Social Worker to support our growing organization.

The Opportunity:
The Social Worker reports to Under One Sky’s Health Director and works closely with the programs and services team. The successful applicant will work with clients to identify appropriate resources and recognize and respond appropriately to individuals who are in crisis using a trauma-informed and culturally grounded approach. The Social Worker will ensure people are connected to the right services quickly and easily and that barriers to services are reduced whenever possible.

Why UOS:
-Professional development opportunities
-Opportunities to engage in Indigenous culture (smudging, beading, drumming, sweat lodge ceremonies, medicine picking, etc.)
-Paid sick days
-15 vacation days per year
-Paid statutory and Indigenous holidays
-35-hour work week

-Provide culturally sensitive case management and support to individuals, families, and groups within our community.
-Conduct assessments and develop individualized care plans in collaboration with clients, incorporating cultural practices and community resources.
-Monitor and record patient progress and adjust care plans as necessary.
-Connect patients with community resources, such as support groups and social services.
-Advocate for clients within various systems, including healthcare, social services, and legal systems.
-Build relationships with the community and collaborate with those providing existing community-based services.
-Maintain accurate and up-to-date documentation of client interactions, progress, and outcomes.
-Adapt to ever-changing client and organizational needs.
-Supervise and guide outreach staff.
-Other duties as assigned.

-Superior written, spoken, and interpersonal communication skills.
-Problem solving – able to make independent service decisions.
-Collaboration and teamwork – enjoy working both independently and as a member of team on new and existing services and special projects.
-Knowledge of best practices in trauma informed mental health (e.g., crisis intervention, risk assessment, anti-racism, gender-based violence, suicide prevention, harm reduction).
-Ability to function independently while managing multiple projects and deadlines including effectively managing emergency situations.
-Uphold strict confidentiality in dealing with sensitive information.

-Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Social Work or a related field.
-Must be registered and a member in good standing with the New Brunswick Association of Social Workers.
-1-3 years of related work or volunteer experience.
-Comprehensive knowledge of local Indigenous communities, culture, and history.
-Experience in relationship and partnership development with Indigenous communities and organizations, provincial, federal, and private sectors considered an asset.
-Preference will be given to qualified candidates of Indigenous descent.
-A Criminal Background/Vulnerable Sector and Social Development check is required of successful applicants.

How to Apply

To apply for this position, please email your cover letter and resume to danielle@uosfc.ca

Under One Sky thanks all applicants for their interest in this career opportunity; however, only those considered for the position will be contacted.

Contact Email danielle@uosfc.ca
Graystone Counselling - Social Worker / Clinical Counselor


  • Social Worker
  • Clinical Counselor

Office Location:

  • Downtown Moncton
Link www.graystonecounselling.ca
How to Apply


Contact Email info@graystonecounselling.ca
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