At Michelle Barratt Psychology, we have the following positions available to join our dynamic team.


About the Role:  Contractor Role or Salaried Role

Providing psychological therapy to clients with a wide range of needs that are within your ethical capacity. Offering assessments for children, adolescents, adults, couples and families depending on your area of expertise. 

We are open to discussing the number of days you would be interested in working.  

Essential Criteria

Full Registration: Psychologists with relevant qualifications (Current registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)).

Registration with Medicare:  Registration with, or eligible to be registered with Medicare to provide services under the Medicare Scheme.

Blue Card:  Hold or be eligible to receive a current Blue Card

Insurance:  Professional Indemnity and Public Liability Insurance.

Report/Letter Writing:  Demonstrated effective written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills and outstanding organizational skills.

Interpersonal Skills:  Experience working with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families in clinical settings.

Intervention Delivery:  Understanding of and demonstrated commitment to providing ethical, and evidence-based practice to your area of expertise. 

Best Practice:  To provide compassionate clinical care within ‘psychology’s’ best practice professional boundaries, and a willingness to work within the ethical practice of Michelle Barratt Psychology and the Practice’s procedures to support staff and clients.

Desired Criteria

Covid-19 has exacerbated the mental health needs of many groups of people. It has also highlighted to the wider community how vital and inextricable mental health is from the well-being of individuals. As such, psychologists are required by the public more now than ever. 

As a boutique Psychology firm, Michelle Barratt Psychology is looking for a psychologist that is fundamentally passionate about life and mental health. We are looking for a candidate that is capable of being simultaneously empathetic, adaptable and professional. 

We are looking for someone who will be dedicated in supporting their clients develop crucial coping strategies, build over-all well-being, self-esteem, resiliency and teach them to embrace their strengths as well as their limitations, and to see this as an opportunity to learn.

The desired candidate will have a professional and caring approach to their clients, work and to those who work around them

They will approach their work with enthusiasm and confidence. They will possess good time-management and organisational skills.

Ideally but not essentially, the candidate will be proficient at managing ADHD, Eating Disorders, Anxiety and Depression as well as Borderline. We would value someone who is approachable and welcoming to staff as well as who has an open mind to embracing different projects within the Practice, such as running as courses. 

Engagement with clients, families and other professionals that reflect the values of Michelle Barratt Psychology, as well as the ethical practice values of the APS and/or AHPRA.

The willingness to build their own clientele base and participate as part of a team building practice.

What We Offer:

Competitive package based on relevant qualifications and experience.

Peer Discussion and Mentoring with Director/Clinical Psychologist.

Flexible working hours to suit family and personal commitments.

High levels of autonomy.

Access to a range of assessment and therapy resources.

Fun, supportive and understanding work environment.

The opportunity to work within a team and build a business that will support you and the team.

Excellent learning opportunities that come along with a varied case load.

Administrative support.

How to Apply:

To apply please include a copy of your resume and cover letter addressing the above selection criteria to Michelle Barratt, Director/Principal Clinical Psychologist and email to