The Trauma Centre of Australia is a national provider of trauma and critical incident services to business and organisations across Australia. We are currently expanding our network of registered Psychologists for these purposes, and consequently we are seeking expressions of interest from interested Psychologists across all metropolitan and rural regions in Australia.
We ask that you please take a minute to read the document below and determine whether you would be interested in joining our team of independent registered psychologists on an as needed/contractor basis.
The Trauma Centre of Australia requires that our Trauma Consultants:
Should you possess these requirements and are interested in joining our National Affiliate Program, please download the expression of interest form and read through the information.
Please fill in the attached form and email, fax or post it to my attention using our contact details on the top of the form.
We have always welcomed new students on board whom are interested in working within a Critical Incident and Trauma Response organisation. There is always something interesting to do and you may gain valuable experience working with clients either in a trauma, general counselling within our Employee Assistance Program, Alcohol and Drug, Road Trauma Services and other areas in the organisation.
If you are interested in completing a Student Placement or Internship with us, please email your expression of interest and attach a current Resume and Curriculum Vitae (CV) to your email. Please send your placement inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Trauma Centre of Australia is continuing to host our Behavioural Change Programs via our affiliates Add Education. For the dates of upcoming courses, please see: https://www.addeducation.com.au/events/categories/basic-alcohol-behavioural-change-program/
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