Primary Clinician – Chiang Mai, Thailand
Location Chiang Mai, Thailand
- To deliver a high level of case management skills of Clients accessing care within the
designated village of employment.
- Production and delivery of clinical reports
- To consistently demonstrate a coherent ability to communicate effectively with family
members, referral partners and loved ones.
- To act as a key liaison and primary point of contact with referrers and to comply with
reporting mechanisms as required by referrers and criminal justice professionals.
- Employees are expected to be able to work both autonomously and independently and
as part of a team in developing case conceptualization and case management skills.
- Employees are expected to have a high degree of time management and be punctual to
all clinical engagements.
- Employees must be able to demonstrate a high level of clinical integrity and conduct
their affairs with clinical probity.
- Employees must be respectful at all times and conduct themselves according to their
accrediting bodies ethical framework and code of conduct.
- Employees are expected to be competent in the delivery of psychotherapeutic groups
and integrative counselling models.
- Employees should have a good working knowledge of cognitive behavioural therapy
principles and techniques.
- To take part in training and development and continuing professional development on a
- To engage in regular clinical supervision.
- To work with management to achieve all key performance indicators set down within
terms and conditions or engagement.
Employees must be able to demonstrate effective clinical delivery of Interpersonal Group
Therapy, Cognitive behavioural Therapy and Integrative Counselling. These are deemed to be
core competencies for this role.
Primary clinicians should hold registration in their country of origin and be fluent and licensed
to practice in English. Internationally recognized qualifications that are comparable to Masters
Level are preferable, together with 5 years solid clinical experience. Failure to produce
appropriate proof of current registration will lead to termination.
Specialist interests are actively encouraged and our treatment program offers the flexibility for
originality in treatment delivery. Delivery of specialisms must sit in line with best practice and
conform to mainstream models of evidenced based practice.
The Cabin seeks to maintain the highest possible standards of clinical probity and standards
within its clinical staff team. A high level of ethical and clinical conduct is expected from all
clinical staff. Therapists are expected to disclose any issues that may affect their ability to work
within the field and must be able to demonstrate up to date accreditation and registration.
Omission to disclose issues that may conflict with ethical standards and principles, current or
otherwise, may lead to termination of employment.
- Relevant academic qualifications at MSc or equivalent.
Over 550 documented or evidenced clinical hours within an appropriate time frame to
the commencement of clinical duties.
- Minimum 30 hours documented and evidenced clinical supervision within the 2 years
prior to commencing clinical duties.
- Able to demonstrate high standard of clinical reporting.
- Applicants should have excellent communication and administrative abilities, with a flair
for client led care delivery.
- A calm, methodical, yet dynamic approach to service delivery.
- IT skills and scheduling experience is essential.
- Training will be provided for staff.
Support Staff - The Cabin Chiang Mai, Thailand
Location Chiang Mai, Thailand
To perform mainly, but not solely, practical duties. These will include playing a supportive role to the counselling team in carrying out tasks for clients that have been identified as aiding the therapeutic process and specified in details in the daily work-book and multidisciplinary team handovers. Managing the support team and liaison with other departments to ensure the smooth running of the treatment program. To be a key team member in intake, orientation and discharge procedures.
- Working knowledge of the core functions of each of the TCCM departments.
- Excellent organizational, communication, record-keeping, and multi-tasking skills.
- Excellent problem-solving and crisis management skills.
- Advanced proficiency in word documents, spreadsheets, presentations, emails, and calendar management software.
- Advanced proficiency in electronic medical records management systems.