Virtual Psychologist/Psychological Associate Licensed in Alberta for Adult and/or Child and Adolescent Assessments offered through Secure Video Technology

The Possibilities Clinic is growing! We are a virtual-first clinic seeking part-time and full-time Psychologists/Psychological Associates with registration in adult and/or child and adolescent assessment and diagnosis. 

Successful candidates will be conducting assessments with our Multidisciplinary Team virtually, serving our Alberta clients in the first phase of our growth. This role offers all the clinical and educational opportunities available to our Ontario-based psychology staff, including real-time collaboration with the Clinic’s family physicians, pediatricians, and psychiatrists in Team Rounds where testing results are reviewed, diagnoses are discussed and finalized, and Treatment Plans are created. 

Part-time contractor and part-time or full-time employee options are available.

Who We Are:
The Possibilities Clinic offers evidence-based medical, coaching, and therapy services to individuals across the lifespan. We are specialists—not generalists—with expertise in Neurodevelopmental Disorders across the lifespan, like ADHD, Learning Disabilities, Tourette Syndrome, Anxiety Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and their associated disorders. We strive to create exciting, inspiring, and sustainable possibilities for our clients. We don’t focus on plans to “just get by” or to build skills that are “just good enough.” We leverage science and expertise to secure victories throughout the lifespan as challenges and opportunities arise. When we do that, we move our clients closer to fulfilled potential—and we help increase that potential, too.

Our clinic thrives through these core cultural values:

  • Change is possible
  • We are always “becoming”
  • Success requires a team
  • Diversity and inclusion strengthen our team and services
  • Science with empathy creates meaningful synergy

To learn more about our philosophy, please visit our website:

Your Strengths:
You are a caring, detail-oriented, and enthusiastic clinician who looks forward to working with a team of experts who are up-to-date on current diagnostic considerations and treatment recommendations in Neurodevelopmental Disorders and comorbidities. You enjoy lively and intelligent discussions in Clinical Team Meetings—in real-time with insightful and collegial experts—where assessment findings are discussed and diagnostic decisions are made collaboratively. You are energized by an organization where clinicians from medicine and psychology work together in diagnosis and treatment and offer an integrated perspective from the very start of their investigative process. You are positive, inspiring, and creative, willing to assist in the creation of innovative resources and programs. You are seeking a rewarding opportunity to support clients who are taking important first steps towards new possibilities.

Job Details and Responsibilities:

  • Join us as a part-time contractor or part-time or full-time employee
  • In-person or virtual support as part of a hybrid model of care in Alberta
  • Conduct team-based psychological assessments
  • Prepare clinical reports with the support of psychometry and administrative staff
  • Collaborate as a Multidisciplinary Team Member to provide diagnoses and recommendations for ongoing treatment
  • Develop and communicate client-centered Treatment Plans
  • Develop innovative resources and programs as part of full-time employment
  • Participate in specialized assessments if you have additional interests in comorbidities like Autism Spectrum Disorder and/or Learning Disabilities [Training in specialized assessments is provided if required]



  • PhD or MA in psychology
  • Licensure/registration in good standing with College of Alberta Psychologists and declared competency in adult and/or child and teen 
  • Proof of professional liability insurance
  • Experience completing psychological assessments with adults and/or children and teens presenting with mental health, attention, and/or learning challenges
  • Knowledge of current testing instruments
  • Detail-oriented performance with a high degree of accuracy
  • Commitment to client care, teamwork, and professional development
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • English proficiency is required, French proficiency is an asset
  • Strict adherence to the Standards and Professional Conduct of the College of Alberta Psychologists 



  • Company pension plan 
  • RRSP match
  • Educational events and allowance
  • Learning & Professional Development Funds
  • Extended health care
  • Dental care
  • Company events
  • Flexible work schedule: work from home or hybrid options available 
  • Annual salary determined by previous experience, education, and employment contract (part-time/full-time, employee/contract etc.)


Job Types:
Full-time, Part-time, Permanent, Flexible


  • 8 hour shift
  • Monday to Friday


  • License from the College of Alberta Psychologists (required)


If you are interested in exploring possibilities with our team, please send an updated CV along with a cover letter outlining your interests to