ABOUT THE NEWLY INSTITUTE
We believe that mental health treatment is in drastic need of a paradigm shift, and our practice was founded to provide long-lasting change within this industry, our community, and with our patients.
The Newly Institute aims to be Canada’s largest operator of the most advanced network of medically assisted psychotherapy clinics and Canada’s only medically assisted Intense Outpatient Programs.
WHAT YOU WILL DO
The Social Worker (SW) will be responsible for intakes, case management, group facilitation and therapy. Using a bio-psycho-social-spiritual treatment model in combination with medical-assisted therapies, clients may overcome deeply embedded traumas that
prevent them from living fully in their everyday lives.
Clients’ level of treatment at the clinic is dependent
on which program they are in, but includes: individual therapy with ketamine treatment, and may include
psychoeducation classes, trauma sensitive yoga, trauma sensitive drumming, artistic therapy, and occupational therapy. The programs are designed to provide intensive and short-term therapy.
Client population includes adults across various occupations with an emphasis on treating first responders.
• Provide individual trauma therapy utilizing ART (Accelerated Resolution Therapy)
• Efficient and effective clinical assessment skills (Mental health history, risk assessment, trauma,
• Facilitate psychoeducation groups (Based on ACT, Sleep Education, DBT Skills, Mindfulness,
Addictions and Family Support)
• Provide resource-based interventions, case management and coordination, transition, or discharge planning.
• Assist in grounding and reflection post psychopharmacological treatment
• Work collaboratively with other therapists by sharing a client caseload.
• Participate in weekly case consultation & complex case discussion with an interdisciplinary team
• Ensure timely completion of session notes and provide reporting to third parties and community
• Participate in mental health promotion activities and contribute to establishing and maintaining mental health and addictions community resources
• Completion of master's degree in Social Work. (Equivalent education or experience may be
considered). Active or eligible for registration with the New Brunswick Association of Social Workers (NBASW)
• Must hold their own professional liability insurance.
• Minimum 3 years of experience in the field of Addiction and Mental Health (Experience with
Complex PTSD preferred)
• Experience working in a collaborative team and consulting with other professionals
• Advanced skillset in communication
• Experience in comprehensive mental health assessment/triage and treatment required
• Demonstrates continuous learning and professional self-development
• Experience with individual, group and family psychosocial intervention and counseling preferred
• Excellent case management and assessment skills required
• Staff are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide proof of vaccination upon
hire or provide a valid medical exemption.