Part-Time Neurofeedback Trainer Position Available:


Job Description: 


Our mission at the ADD Centre and Biofeedback Institute is to help clients improve their focus, concentration, attention span, self-awareness, and organization. We help them feel and understand what it is like to be in that focused and relaxed zone while in school, at work, or during an athletic event. Clients learn to use tools like breathing and heart rate variability to be more calm, relaxed, and aware. 
Successful applicants will learn to utilize EEG neurofeedback (EEG operant conditioning) and Biofeedback in a clinical setting. 

You will gain clinical experience working with clients in a supervised practice under a Register Clinical Psychologist who has experience in teaching, clinical psychology, school psychology and ownership of learning centers; written and published several books; presented papers and lectures at conferences worldwide. You will be working with clinical populations such as ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Anxiety, Depression, Post-Concussion Syndrome, and more. 

Job Qualification: 

  1. 1. Must have completed an undergraduate degree in a mental health related field (e.g. psychology, neuroscience, life sciences). 

  2. 2. Experience working in a mental health setting, research labs, or personal coaching is preferred, especially with children, teenagers, and young adults suffering from mental disorders.

  3. 3. Familiarity with biofeedback, functional neuroscience, neuroanatomy (e.g. Brodmann’s Area), Electroencephalography (EEG), or other psychophysiological method is preferred.

  4. 4. Preference will be given to those applicants who have BCIA- BCN certification or are willing to complete the required training and examinations to attain it. (See BCIA.org for details)


Time commitment: 


Our schedule is relatively flexible; we require a minimum of two 4-hour shifts each week. Most shifts are 4-8 pm on weekdays and 10am-5pm on weekends 

Location: 


We have a Toronto office (close to Lawrence subway station) and a Mississauga office (close to Square One). We prefer someone who can work at both offices if possible. 

Compensation: 


$17.5 per hour, paid with cheques (***There is a short unpaid orientation period initially). This may be adjusted based on experience and would be higher if you have previously attained BCIA certification. 

This is a great opportunity for students seeking clinical experience for graduate school, and we are happy to offer reference letters for our staff applying for graduate school. 

How to Apply:


Please send your resume and cover letter to addcentre@gmail.com, titled “ADD Centre Part-Time Neurofeedback Trainer”.

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