Fantastic rates of pay in a tropical paradise! Clinical Psychologists - two posts. Bands 8A to 8D.

Bermuda (BM)
UKĀ£80,000-108,000 / BM$96,500-130,000
01 Jul 2022
01 Aug 2022
Contract Type
Full Time

Solstice is the largest private mental health practice in Bermuda, with research and training links to universities in the UK and Caribbean, a thriving internship programme and a developing international arm. We provide comprehensive and holistic evidence-based mental health services to people of all ages. We have an experienced multi-disciplinary team of 25 clinicians which includes 10 Registered Psychologists from the UK, Australia and Bermuda.
We are looking for two Clinical Psychologists with at least 1-year post-doctorate experience, who are energetic and motivated team players and who thrive on the opportunity to be innovative and creative. The post-holders will be expected to deliver high quality psychology services to children, adolescents, adults and families. They will have excellent therapeutic skills, as well as relevant experience of case management and clinical supervision within an MDT context.

One post holder will be embedded in the Child and Adolescent Programme and the other post holder will work across the different programmes at Solstice - such as our Trauma, Neuro, Corporate Wellness and AMH programmes.
Training in CFT, ACT, CAT or MBT a distinct advantage, as is training in holistic modalities such as therapeutic yoga.
Excellent opportunities for professional development and advancement - including training and mentorship. The posts range from 8A level and rise to 8D - initial banding and progression requirements are clear and explicit with no cap on numbers of Psychologists at each level. We believe that happy clinicians produce great clinical results so we are focused on creating roles that leave our team members feeling motivated, inspired and fulfilled.

Solstice is committed to research-led practice and the post-holders will be expected to be involved in research that supports high-quality interventions in this field. Community engagement and collaboration are key parts of working in this small country so the ability to communicate sensitively and effectively across different demographic groups is essential.