Category Archives: Psychologist

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Advocating for an Animal-Assisted Therapy Organisation | CASE STUDY

We Helped an Animal-Assisted Therapy Organisation Overcome Recruitment Challenges THE ISSUE A boutique animal-assisted therapy Private Practice in Brisbane was pioneering a unique therapeutic model that was still developing in Australia. They were using Labradors as part of their therapeutic interventions with paediatric clients. Despite having a remarkable offering and numerous referrals, they struggled to…

How to resign from your Allied Health position like a pro

  Whether you love or loathe your Allied Health job, resigning can be hard! That initial conversation is almost always awkward, and the lead-up can be agonising. Luckily, there are steps you can take to prepare for your resignation to make it slightly less painful (and also serve as a distraction!). Here’s a few: Sign…

Hate your new job? Advice for what Allied Health workers can do next from an experienced recruiter

So, you’ve resigned from your job, started your brand new role and … you hate it. Awkward. You wish you had your old job back. Even more awkward. Or is it? Here at Medijobs Australia, we are A NO SHAME ZONE. We want Allied Health Professionals across Australia to stop letting their feelings of shame…

Unexpected ways an Allied Health recruiter could make your work transitions easier

When you think Allied Health recruiter, you think job boards, right? But actually, we do a lot more than just post jobs online. We are confidantes, counsellors and cheerleaders. We’re also professional negotiators – solving problems is what we do, and you’d be amazed how many times people need a good problem-solver in their lives!…