Psychology Melbourne (SPM) is a locally owned psychology practice based in
Burwood, Melbourne, with a passion for supporting and celebrating cultural and neurodiversity. The SPM practice is a close-knit family of 14, which
includes a dedicated team of 10 experienced psychologists. Our collaborative
and supportive work environment ensures our team deliver the highest quality
care to our diverse clientele.
Psychology proudly embraces the Neurodiversity Affirmative (NDA) Paradigm and
welcomes clinicians who are eager to learn and grow in this area. Our clinic is
a rich tapestry of cultural diversity, serving 80-90% multilingual families,
with our clients hailing from various cultural backgrounds and age groups.
pride in their diverse team, which includes members who are neurodivergent.
This diversity enriches the work environment and ensures championing inclusion
at every level.
As one of the
very few clinics that embraces neurodiversity in its own culture and practice,
the practice’s waiting list has seen a soaring growth and as a result an
opening has become available for a Psychologist / Ed&Dev or Clinical Psychology Registrar (early career or recent
graduate) to join the team. This is an exciting opportunity for the right
individual to join a growing business and continue to develop their psychology
What’s on Offer
- Work Life Balance – part-time opportunity (3 days
per week) with the view to going full-time - we employ local to suit your
- Career Progression – clear progression plan that
provides support and supervision for graduates and seniors.
- The Care Factor – approachable and transparent
management who provide clear communication. We appreciate and promote wellbeing
in the workplace at heart.
- Culture – Positive and inclusive
culture within a friendly team who care about professionalism and the client
- Benefits –A training program is
available for psychology registrars. Other benefits include: a yearly PD
allowance, group supervision, access to broad range of resources and test kits,
realistic performance expectations, and support for development for all team
About the Role
the Clinic Director, core responsibilities of the role will include:
psychological services using evidence-based practice with children,
adolescents, and / or adults.
- Create and
implement appropriate assessment, intervention and therapy plans for clients.
comprehensive neurodiversity affirming assessments across the lifespan (Autism,
ADHD, SLDs, ID, Cognitive)
psychological reports and correspondence to referrers, including submission for
practice policies and procedures and the Psychology Code of Ethics
- Ability to
practice in Mandarin and/or Cantonese in addition to English
- This is a
part-time position (3 days per week) with remuneration commensurate with your
qualifications, skills, and experience. Registered psychologists at all stages
of their career are welcome to apply.
- Early career
psychologists and Ed & Dev or Clinical Psychology Registrars are also
encouraged to apply and join SPM to benefit from Board Approved Supervisors and
a structured pathway for Educational & Developmental or Clinical
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Psychology is seeking a qualified, registered Psychologist who has a warm
professional presence with clients, and a drive for delivering exceptional
You will be
a forward-thinking, career-focused individual who is passionate about
developmental psychology and neurodiversity. You will take both an evidence
based and integrated approach to mental health and be dedicated to making a
difference in the lives of your clients.
You will be
an excellent communicator with clients of all ages and be Chinese Bi-lingual.
The ideal candidate will be confident, sensitive, compassionate, and accurate
and focused on helping clients be the best they can be.
small and growing practice, teamwork and team fit is crucial to our continued
growth and success. Like our team, you believe in embracing the
Neurodiversity Affirmative Paradigm and may be neurodivergent yourself.
- Masters or
Doctoral Degree in Psychology
thinking and exceptional problem-solving skills
and a commitment to upholding ethical standards
communication skills and the ability to collaborate effectively
and committed to continuous professional development
organizational skills and the ability to meet deadlines
report writing skills
- Knowledge of
research, evidence-based theory, and clinical practice
in administering and scoring various psychometric tests will be highly desired
- Hold current
APHRA registration, Working with Children Check, Professional Indemnity
Insurance and Police Check
Provider Number (or be eligible to apply for one)
sounds like you and you are as excited as we are by this opportunity, then we
would love to hear from you!
submit your resume and a cover letter outlining your talents for the role. We
work with Strawberry Seeds HR Consultants finding our best candidate. Applications
will be assessed as they are received in the first instance (Alternative Application Link: