The Eating Disorders Continuum (EDC) at the Douglas Institute offers comprehensive, ultra-specialized treatments for adolescents and adults with eating disorders in the Anorexia or Bulimia Nervosa spectrum. The EDC is nationally and internationally recognized for its clinical services, research and teaching. The program also serves as a regional Eating Disorders Information Centre.
The EDC is presently seeking to fill a position for a Clinical Psychologist to contribute to:
Clinical Care: The Psychologist contributes to specialized psychotherapeutic activities in several spheres of program activity (including outpatient, day program and day hospital services) offered to adolescents and adults. He/she performs clinical evaluations, offers psychotherapy, and also assumes responsibility for aspects of clinical programming.
Clinical Teaching: The Psychologist supervises psychology interns, and also contributes to a knowledge-transfer training program aimed at supporting the work of community clinicians working in non-specialized settings.
Clinical Research: As a collaborator, thePsychologist contributes to an ongoing program of clinical research and program evaluation.
Given the clinical and teaching involvements associated with this position, ability to function effectively in French and English is necessary. A PhD in Psychology is required and the applicant must be licensed in the Province of Quebec.
For further information, contact:
Howard Steiger, PhD, Head, Eating Disorders Continuum
Tel: 514-761-6131 loc. 2897
Email: [email protected]