Psychologist- Auckland NZ
- Make a difference to employees requiring mental health support
- Part-time or full-time permanent role available
- Work from home all of the time
Join our foundational team partnering with a global specialist provider that supports mental health for employees across Australia and New Zealand. This is the answer employers are looking for to provide clinically effective and accessible quality mental healthcare and support to their employees with a focusing on prevention, early detection, and self-management of common mental health conditions. Everything an EAP provider should provide!
Based anywhere in New Zealand, you will be part of our larger team of therapists based in the UK. We provide the most relevant support at critical times – whether it’s supporting on a referral pathway or putting users in touch with local mental health teams. The service is available from Monday to Sunday, 8am to 8pm.
In this role, you will cover the following shift patterns on either a full-time or part-time basis:
- 8am – 4pm (Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra time) – Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
- 11am-8pm (Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra time) – Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday
Key responsibilities for the role include:
- Provide the most relevant support at critical times – whether it’s supporting on a referral pathway or putting users in touch with local mental health teams
- Undergo a risk & safety assessment that prevents, screens for and manages mental health
- Provide advice and support and where appropriate, referring onto local mental health teams.
- Formulate, implement and evaluate counselling/ therapy programmes
- Exercise professional responsibility for the assessment and treatment of individuals in line with the service.
- Keep coherent records of all clinical activity in line with service protocols.
- Ensure the maintenance of standards of practice according to the employer and any regulating, professional and accredited bodies.
- In this role, you will be supported by senior mental health clinicians providing care and support that is inclusive and informed.
The ideal candidate:
Will be registered or eligible to register with AHPRA (Provisional Psychologist with external supervision support or full registration as a psychologist)
- Has demonstrable experience working in mental health services
- Is experience in working to service level targets
- Demonstrates high standards of communication
- Has experience with routine outcome monitoring
- Is computer literate
- Enjoy the flexibility to collaborate face-to-face or work from home
- Access to an experienced clinical network that provides you with ongoing professional development and support
- This part-time or full-time role gives opportunity to make a real difference to workplace mental health and wellbeing
At Thrive, we want to create a world where people are empowered to take control of their mental wellbeing and can learn to Thrive, not survive.
We are proud to provide support to 1.6 million people worldwide.
Some of our global clients include AXA, Aviva, NHS, Santander, Royal London and Health Assured.
Our team has a great passion for making a positive difference to the health and wellbeing of our communities. We are proud of our achievements, our history and what we have to offer for an exciting future. We are an organisation driven by our mission and values.
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