Now Hiring: Senior Clinical Manager



Do you want to work for one of the most successful Neurotherapy Clinics in North America?

Swingle Clinic is one of the largest clinics providing neurotherapeutic treatments in North America and is visited by more than 13,000 people per year. We are conveniently located downtown in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia. Our clinic features state-of-the-art psychoneurotherapeutic equipment and is staffed highly qualified, experienced professionals with clinical expertise.

At Swingle Clinic we pride ourselves for being able to help clients who have previously believed there was no hope. A full service psychological practice, we are constantly evolving to find the most effective therapies to heal and improve health and wellbeing. The Swingle Clinic also offers a wide range of vanguard integrated treatment methods including: 

  • All neurotherapeutic methodologies
  • Myofacial retraining
  •  Full-range neurophysiotherapeutic training
  •  Physiologically guided group/couples Therapies
  •  Optimal Performance training
  •  Controlled remote treatment
  •  Out-reach neurofeedback programs for the disadvantaged
  •  Neurological driving procedures
  •  Craniosacral therapy
  • and specialists in pediatric neurotherapy

We are currently looking to strengthen our growing team in Vancouver and are seeking an experienced Clinical Psychologist at a Doctorate level to assume management & leadership role as senior clinical supervisor. All applicants must be eligible for licensure in psychology in the Province of British Columbia.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Direct treatment of clients including administering initial assessment (EEG based), reviewing findings, establish treatment plan & prescribing home protocols/products when appropriate, providing counselling, neurotherapeutic treatment or other intervention as needed
  • Complete file notes & write protocols for assigned clients as needed
  • Supervises therapeutic teams in delivery of all therapy programs. Facilitates Interdisciplinary Team Meetings
  • Monitors the progress of clients; supervises employees to ensure completion of documentation; provides clinical supervision when necessary
  • Review treatment records & data collected by Neurotechnicians including symptoms, reviewing objectives & outcome and direct procedures for intervention for assigned clients as needed on a daily basis
  • Ensure Neurotechnicians are administrating protocols correctly
  • Ensure Neurotechnicians are skilled/maintaining skills to administer adjunct therapies (E.g., HVR, Alpha-Peak frequency, CST, etc)
  • Attend supervisor’s meetings on a weekly basis to review intakes and rational for supervisor assignment, client consults, discuss supervisor transfers, admin updates,  etc.
  • Write reports as requested by client for personal use, agencies, or for legal purposes
  • Correspondence with clients as needed
  • Shares responsibility for Suicide Prevention Program, responsible for 24hours emergency line in two week blocks by rotation, as per designated schedule
  • Participate in Grand Rounds, and other collaborative venues for reviewing client care, administrative issues regarding the clinic and any other matters as directed by the relevant managers in the clinic
  • Encourages and fosters communication within the treatment team and the clinic that is both effective and positive
  • Opportunities for teaching/consulting in the Educational Division of the Clinic


To succeed in this role you will need the following skills/experience: 

  • Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from an accredited university
  • Registered or eligible for registration in Clinical Psychology and/or Health Psychology with the College of Psychologists of BC
  • Experience with neurotherapy/biofeedback an asset but not required if prepared to acquire competence in neurotherapy
  • Experience with EEG data collection an asset
  • Willingness to undergo training in neurotherapy and complete BCIA certification requirements within 12 months
  • Preference given to those already in possession  BCIA certification or willing to complete certification requirements within 12 months
  • Extensive knowledge and current experience in the provision of psychological assessment, diagnosis, and treatment
  • Experience with group therapy is an asset but not required
  • Expertise in a range of therapeutic modalities (e.g., EMDR, Hypnosis, Family/Couple, Experiential and Behavioural therapies, CST, and CBT)
  • Demonstrated strength in consultation, teaching, inter-professional collaboration, educating health care providers and community stakeholders, and supervising advanced learners
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent leadership skills and proven ability to organize, prioritize, and problem solve effectively
  • Evidence of self-motivation, enthusiasm, flexibility and on-going learning
  • Willingness to work with and evaluate a growing program
  • Ability to work effectively with facility staff and stakeholders interested or concerned with treatments programs and services
  • Ability to keep current with literature, trends of thought, and new development in the treatment of conditions treated
  • Adherence to the highest ethical standards is essential

If you are interested in making your contribution at Swingle Clinic, please send an email to and attach your resume and covering letter. 

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