Psychologist Positions

We are currently seeking psychologists to join our growing practice.

Positions are available for psychologists working in a variety of areas, including clinical, counselling, neuropsychology, rehabilitation, health psychology, and school psychology. There are opportunities available to work with a variety of populations, including children, teens, adults, seniors, couples, and families. Opportunities are available for those interested in providing clinical supervision, teaching, training, and group therapy.

Responsibilities include providing individual psychotherapy services to children, teens, adults, and/or seniors presenting with a range of issues. Commonly-seen issues include brain injury, depression, anxiety disorders, trauma, chronic pain, gender dysphoria and identity issues, and work and relationship issues. We also require provision of psychological and neuropsychological assessments with regard to diagnosis, treatment needs, and functional limitations.

This position requires registration with the College of Psychologists of Ontariofor autonomous or supervised practice.

Proficiency in French and other languages would be considered an asset. Experience or specialized training working with LGBTIQ+ clients, First Nations, veterans, and emergency responders (police, EMS) is also an asset.

Please do not hesitate to contact our practice director, Dr. Lesley Miller, if you might be interested in joining our team. We would be happy to speak to you!

Our locations and what we offer

Who We Are

Brookside Psychologists is a thriving private psychology practice providing counselling, psychotherapy, psychological assessment, and neuropsychological assessment services to children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. We have two office locations – in Burlington and St. Catharines.

What We Offer

We offer a professional, collegial, and supportive culture where you can develop your own professional practice while having the support of peers and mentors.

Each psychologist at our clinic is supported to develop their own practice and to work with the type of clients or presenting issues they prefer.

We maintain a supportive working and learning environment at our practice, offering training, workshops, and collaborative team meetings.

We ensure work-life balance with a healthy work environment, flexible schedules (daytime, evening, and/or weekend hours are available), dedicated administrative support staff, and engaging colleagues.

Our Values

safe space lgbt positiveOur Commitment to creating a Diversity-Positive Space: Our office is a place where human rights and diversity are respected. We understand that each client, clinician, and staff member is unique and presents with complex identities in terms of ancestry, family status, dis/abilities, socioeconomic status, sex, gender identity and expression, and sexual orientation.

Think you might like to work with us?

Contact us with a CV to arrange an interview!