Forensic Psychologist, Coquitlam


Ministry of Child and Family Development


Forensic Psychologist

$84,311. 23 - $105,435.73 annually 

The Psychologist role at The Maples is diverse and includes opportunities for assessment and treatment planning; as well as direct treatment provision to youth and families (including empirically supported treatment methods such as skills groups and Functional Family Therapy); consultation to assessment, treatment and community teams; training of graduate students through junior and senior practica; and research and program evaluation. The Maples uses an attachment and trauma-informed lens to help family and community shareholders to better understand the needs of youth, using a collaborative multidisciplinary approach.  

Qualifications for this role include:

  • Licensed Psychologist 6A (PEA);
  • Registered, in the process of registration or eligible for registration with the College of Psychologists of British Columbia;
  • Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology*, preferably from a Canadian Psychological Association or American Psychological Association accredited program;
  • Specific, supervised, and comprehensive education and training in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology;
  • One (1) year experience in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology;
  • Previous supervised Psychological Assessment experience with Children and Youth and use of current Psychological Assessment instruments;
  • Successful completion of a Psychological Pre or Post-Doctoral Internship of 1600 hours in a Child and Youth Mental Health or hospital setting with specialization.

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