Psychologist for Clinical and Forensic Psychology Service (CFPS), RPG Centre for Trauma Recovery
The Rehabilitation and Protection Group (RPG) in MSF provides services for the rehabilitation of adult and youth offenders and the protection of children and families. We are passionate and committed to making a difference in the lives of these children, youth, and families, and are looking for like-minded individuals who share the same passion as us to join our dynamic and life-changing team.
The Clinical and Forensic Psychology Service (CFPS) provides specialized psychological services to children, youth, and families, in the areas of abuse and trauma recovery and forensic mental health. CFPS is recruiting for a Psychologist for the Centre for Trauma Recovery (CTR).
Centre for Trauma Recovery
The Centre for Trauma Recovery (CTR), a team within the Clinical and Forensic Psychology Service, works with children, youth, vulnerable adults and families who have been impacted by trauma or abuse. We provide psychological assessment and therapy services, conduct trainings and talks, and also provide consultation to internal and external MSF partners. In addition, psychologists will have opportunities to be deployed either in an external agency-based treatment setting or within a residential setting working with children/youth. Continual clinical training, staff support and supervision will be provided. There will also be opportunities for research in areas of child trauma and abuse.
If you have a dedication and passion to impact children, youth and families with complex emotional and behavioural needs arising from child abuse/trauma, we invite you to join our team of dynamic and committed professionals.
·Provide psychological assessment and evidence-based therapy services, as well as conduct training for our partners
·Provide consultation services to internal partners in MSF as well external partners such as social service agencies, hospitals, and other ministries.
Technical/Functional Competencies required:
·Minimally a Master’s degree in Clinical, Forensic or Counselling Psychology
·At least 3 years of experience in Clinical, Forensic or Counselling Psychology setting after completion of postgraduate degree is preferred
·Good report writing skills
Generic Competencies required:
· Effective interpersonal skills to engage both internal and external stakeholders
· Ability to work in a multidisciplinary team
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