Counselling Program Supervisor

Alice House


  • A Master’s degree in the field of counselling, social work, therapy, mental health, psychology or related social service discipline. Consideration will be given to similar qualifications and experience.
  • Minimum 3-years’ work experience providing adult or family counselling.
  • Minimum 1-year work experience providing clinical supervision.
  • Current registration, in good standing, with professional governing body required.
  • Demonstrated advanced group work skills working with children, families, and communities.
  • Must be cognizant of the issues, concerns, and struggles that are faced by women and their children experiencing family violence.
  • Must be experienced and confident in de-escalation techniques, crisis intervention and working cooperatively with clients with complex trauma.
  • Must have a developed understanding of Trauma Informed and Person-Centered Practice and actively integrate this practice into interactions with clients and fellow staff members.
  • Have extensive knowledge of community agencies and services available to women in Halifax Region.
  • Must be resilient and have a balanced holistic approach and outlook towards work and life.
  • Extremely reliable and accountable to clients and obtainment of program targets.
  • Adhere to professional boundaries and possess a strong work ethic.

February 22, 2024


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