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Provisional Psychologist

Are you a Provisional Psychologist looking to develop your clinical experience by providing supervised support to people in regional NSW?

Thrive Medical is a multi-disciplinary health service that offers local, personalised and evidence based care to the remote district of Far West NSW looking for quality and trusted professionals. Thrive does this by providing access to highly skilled professionals, combined with warmth and compassion. It’s all about improving quality of life and giving back to our community that we belong to.

We currently have an exciting opportunity within our Psychology team for an enthusiastic candidate undertaking the 4+2 or 5+1 pathway to Psychology registration. The successful candidate will demonstrate a passion to support individuals and their families through the development and implementation of necessary psychological therapy services. You will experience diversity in your case load and the ability to work autonomously and as part of a therapy team.

The position is offered is full-time and permanent. Clinical supervision costs, relocation costs, ongoing professional development and 3 flights back to a major city per year are included in the employment package.

About the Role:

By developing and applying clinical experience and professional competence, the position will provide supervised support to people across the life span and their care team to address their psychological and behavioural needs. This may include clinical psychological assessments and therapeutic intervention.


Key Responsibilities

Include, however, are not limited to:

  • Undertake psychological assessments, functional behaviour assessments and other standardised assessments to develop and report on individualised support interventions and plans.
  • Deliver 1:1, family and group therapy sessions using evidence -based psychological and counselling principles and frameworks.
  • Monitor, review and evaluate services/interventions.
  • Work alongside key stakeholders to develop, implement and review support strategies for individuals displaying behaviours of concern.


What You’ll Need to Succeed

  • Degree in Psychology (Honors) or equivalent.
  • Current registration, or are eligible to register for full membership with AHPRA.
  • Minimum 1 year of experience working with people who display behaviours of concern and/or require psychological therapy.
  • Completion of the NDIS Worker Orientation module “Quality, Safety and You”. (Module available here:


What’s Join Us:

  • Flexible working hours and supportive team environment.
  • Attractive remuneration package (salary plus super).
  • Free clinical supervision and ongoing professional development.
  • Relocation packages and support.
  • Free Thrive Gym membership.
  • Access to free childcare (subject to availability).


Screening Requirements:

Satisfactory outcomes for the following probity checks will be required as a part of your employment:

  • DHS Working with Children Clearance (WWCC).
  • NDIS Worker Check.
  • National Police Check (NPC).
  • Full COVID-19 Vaccinations (including boosters).


How to Apply:

Forward your resume and cover letter to Allied Health Manager, Sheridan Wicks –