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TFT Social Worker-Mental Health Program in Oakville at Halton Healthcare

Date Posted: 7/5/2018

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Job Description

Halton Healthcare Posting #: 2018-825450


 Position: Social Worker x 2 positions

 Department: Mental Health, one-Link

 Status: Temporary Full-time (approx. 1 year)

 Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. - Clinic Hours (1-2 Saturdays per month)

 Site: Off site

Halton HealthCare's Mental Health Program is excited to be recruiting for two Social Worker positions within the Practical Clinic.  The clinic receives all referrals from one-Link and utilizes evidence based Mental Health and Addiction treatment supports, psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and other brief solution-focused interventions to provide treatment to individuals 16 and over with symptoms of mild to moderate depression, anxiety and or high stress. This program is a regional program for the Mississauga Halton LHIN serving the communities of Oakville, North Halton, Mississauga and South East Etobicoke.

The delivery of services by this team takes place at Halton Healthcare’s Bristol Circle location as well as various community hubs across the region and through virtual care via the Ontario Telemedicine Network Platform.  


  • Provide comprehensive assessment to clients to develop a treatment plan from within the various clinical interventions offered within the clinic.
  • Deliver group based and individual therapy delivered both in person and via virtual care using a structured evidence based approach
  • Proven experience in working in a fast paced, high volume clinical setting
  • Maintain clinic flow of consultations and group facilitation
  • Conduct consultation with referring physicians and other treatment providers in a shared care environment
  • Participate in data collection and rigorous program evaluation components of this new model
  • Take part in continuous quality improvement
  • Maintain excellent verbal and timely written communication with all stakeholders in line with the Mississauga Halton no wrong door initiative.


  • Masters of Social Work
  • Member in good standing of the College of Social Workers
  • 5+ years previous clinical experience in mental health and addictions
  • Demonstrated experience in running process and therapeutic groups
  • Expertise in CBT, DBT, IPT and mindfulness based therapy
  • Extensive knowledge in the treatment of depression, anxiety and other major mental illnesses and with the unique needs and challenges of transitional aged youth
  • Knowledge and skills related to crisis intervention
  • Demonstrated experience and knowledge in concurrent disorders
  • Satisfactory employment and attendance record.

Posted Date: June 28, 2018

Application Deadline for Employees: July 5, 2018

If you are passionate about what you do, motivated by a job well done, and as committed to excellence, quality and patient satisfaction as we are, we'd like to hear from you. Please submit your application via our website at directly to this posting and include a current copy of your resume.

We thank all those who apply but only those individuals selected for further consideration will be contacted.

In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and the Ontario Human Rights Code, Halton Healthcare will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment and selection process. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your accommodation needs to ensure your equal participation. All personal information is collected under the authority of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Halton Healthcare is a smoke-free facility in and around all three sites. Smoking is not permitted on hospital properties. We thank everyone who works at or visits our hospitals for respecting this healthy initiative. We are also a scent-free environment for all employees and visitors to accommodate individuals’ health concerns arising from exposure to scented products. , We ask for everyone's cooperation in our efforts to accommodate health concerns