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Registered Clinical Psychologist

The Bay of Plenty District Health Board (BOPDHB) is seeking a full-time permanent Registered Clinical Psychologist to join their Voyagers (Maternal Infant, Child Adolescent Mental Health Services) Whakatane vibrant and dynamic service.

Voyagers Whakatane is committed to implementing high standard models of treatment, as well as the necessary training and ongoing supervision that such pathways require.

Voyagers Whakatane delivers an Incredible Years Specialist Service. We also are part of a robust eating disorders service that delivers best practice models of care including Family Based Treatment (FBT) and Adolescent Focussed Therapy (AFT). We have an ongoing professional development and supervisory relationship with the New Zealand Eating Disorders Clinic. Voyagers are also part of the process of implementing a Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) intensive programme for adolescents in the BOPDHB area. There are DHB wide forums for psychologists, as well as psychologists and psychiatrists to network and share professional development opportunities.

Whakatane enjoys some of the highest sunshine hours per year in New Zealand and has beautiful beaches and bushland for all the outdoor activities you could ever want to do.

If this sounds like your ideal job, please apply now!

The BOPDHB has an innovative culture where staff share the principles of Compassion, All-one-team, Responsiveness and Excellence in their daily work.

The BOPDHB are committed to improving Māori health outcomes and achieving health equity for Māori through Te Tiriti o Waitangi obligations. It is essential you demonstrate an awareness of Māori indigenous rights and current issues in relation to health and health equity.

All applications are to be made online.

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