The Relationship Centre
Careers ~ Application
Thank you for your interest in joining our therapy team at The Relationship Centre.
We invite you to briefly answer the questions below to help us determine the best candidates to advance to the next step in our hiring process. We appreciate your time and thoughtfulness.
Please note this position requires you to provide therapy services in our office in Belleville, Ontario. Completion of this questionnaire indicates your availability to work in Belleville, Ontario.
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Newfoundland and Labrador
Prince Edward Island
Are you interested in?
Specify Master's Degree
Explain what draws you to working as a therapist in the mental health field?
What training do you have in providing individual, couple or family therapy?
What modalities of therapy have you received training in?
Explain what draws you to using EFT? If you are not yet trained in EFT, are you willing to attend training to learn how to use this model of therapy?
What age groups and types of clients are you interested in working with?
What presenting problems would you prefer NOT to work with?
How many client’s sessions do you hope to have each week?
We offer clinical appointments from 8:00am – 9:00pm Monday to Friday, and 8:00am – 5:00pm Saturday and Sunday. What type of schedule are you interested in?
What interests you in working with The Relationship Centre?
There are many therapists available in our area. What is it about you and your work that would draw clients to you and make them really want to work with YOU specifically?
Where would you like to see yourself professionally in 5 years?
What do you think you would bring or add to The Relationship Centre? How would you be an asset to this practice?
What would your current supervisor or collegues say about your ability to manage your schedule and client load, and to stay on top of paperwork?
How do you feel about collecting money for therapy and discuss any concerns about “for profit” therapy?
Have you ever worked with a difficult colleague or boss? How did you handle this situation?
How would you describe your personality?