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We Are Expanding

We are a very fast growing community of practitioners. We are opening offices throughout Alberta and different parts of Canada.  There is an immense need for people looking for this type of services and have the opportunity to be very busy. We are unique with our focus on the importance of culture.  Each practitioner undergoes quarterly training that is provided by the agency. Training is cultural and trauma focused and provided by our agency. Practitioners are entitled to have their own practice while honoring the values of Kinship that is placed within our foundation of practice. Our agency is a place where we can share our passion working with Indigenous people.

We work within a safe community of practice and support each other through our values of kinship and kindness. We follow a circle approach to running an organization. Our Medicine Wheel approach to running a practice and supporting our clients creates an opportunity for providers to have a voice. We believe in healthy, safe communities and supportive kinships with each other while supporting the people we work with. Our agency is unique in that we focus on best practices for Indigenous peoples. This means we honor the Two-Eyed Seeing approach by embodying our traditional ways of living, doing, and being while caring for our people from a mental health perspective with knowledge of complex trauma. Not only do we honor holistic approaches to wellbeing, but we also incorporate these into our daily lives. We seek people passionate about working with, helping, and experiencing culture.

We are competitive with offering a 70/30 split for those willing to do full-time in-person counselling for our FNIHB clients. This can be at any of our locations. Red Deer, Edmonton, Windermere, Calgary and Slave Lake.  We also have providers throughout Canada. 

We are looking for practitioners who are interested in providing counselling and willing to learn the Indigenous culture.  This can be part-time or full-time. Practitioners can work on their schedules and have flexibility with in-person or through telehealth. Our agency supports personal growth and wellness. We provide training sponsorships as well as additional incentives and training. 

Additional incentives include practitioners that have Treaty Status. Our main office is located at Enoch First Nation and Sawridge First Nation.

With our application process, we have a few steps to foster your possible role in the growth and development of the Indigenous Psychological Services team.

Prospects must complete the screening form and provide a video of a session with you in practice (video-facing provider honoring the client's confidentiality) or a mock session with one of our team members. A video or mock session will help our team match clients with your work style. Our leadership team will review these. Applicants will need to apply through our agency, the FNIHB provider application. Additionally, we will need three references.

Kindly, Leigh Sheldon

Please complete our screening form 


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