Minds & Hearts
Minds & Hearts is a private Allied Health clinic based in West End,
Brisbane. Our primary goal is to provide high quality psychological services
for people with Neurodevelopmental Disorders, particularly Autism Spectrum
Disorder (ASD), their families and the people who work with them. We are
consistently undergoing growth in our client-base and are excited to expand our
clinic was founded by Dr Michelle Garnett in 2005 to meet the enormous need for
Allied Health Services specifically tailored for people on the Autism Spectrum,
and to increase knowledge and awareness of Autism. Dr Michelle Garnett and
Professor Tony Attwood, leading world authorities on ASD, are part of the
clinical team and provide clinical supervision at Minds & Hearts.
team is led by Dr Wesley Turner and Dr David Zimmerman and we place a strong
emphasis on professional development, team support, clinical excellence, flexibility
and growth. We are strongly committed to having a theoretical and evidence-based
approach to our understanding, research and treatment of neurodevelopmental
We have a full-time or part-time position available for a Clinical Psychologist
or Clinical Psychology Registrar. These positions are offered at competitive casual rates
(with a view to transitioning to salary if requested), with flexible working
arrangements provided. This would be an exciting opportunity for a Clinical
Psychologist or Clinical Psychology Registrar to further develop their career
and expertise in the assessment and treatment of clinical presentations. The
successful candidate will have access to a number of diagnostic assessment instruments
and can be trained to administer diagnostic assessment protocols for various
neurodevelopmental presentations. Main duties of the role may include the
assessment and treatment of individuals, couples and/or groups with a variety
of presentations, including ASD, ADHD, attachment complications, and common
qualification in Clinical Psychology and/or full registration with the
Psychology Board of Australia (AHPRA).
Hold or be eligible for
registration with Medicare.
knowledge of Neurodevelopmental Disorders and common psychological
Passion for working with
individuals with a variety of presentations, including disabilities.
Experience in supporting
and treating individuals with Neurodevelopmental Disorders.
Open to working with individuals
of all ages, including adults and couples.
skills and functions well in a team environment.
Becoming a member of the Minds & Hearts team includes, but is not limited
Competitive casual rates,
with a view to transition to salary if reqested.
Pro rata professional
Ongoing admin support and
established client case-load.
Flexible employment arrangements.
Regular in-house clinical
Supportive group and peer
Team building and
rewarding social activities.