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We are a philosophically aligned group of clinicians and support team members that value collaborative working relationships, strength based approaches to client care,  and affirming and trauma informed practices. TherapyWorks Neurodiversity Services and Counselling Associates is seeking an experienced, BC Registered Occupational Therapist for our growing practice with, children, youth and their families. Occasionally, the OT might be supporting young adult transitions, but there is opportunity to grow the role to other patient populations.

We are open to a therapist that would like to work part-time, full-time or casual.  You would be able to set your own hours in consultation with your clients.

What we offer:

  • The flexibility of private practice, without the administrative workload.

  • Comprehensive electronic health record.

  • Comprehensive data to understand your client caseload.

  • Dedicated email and phone number to keep your personal information private.

  • Collaborative team environment.

  • Availability for comprehensive wrap around services to clients.

  • Steady referral stream.

  • Tools and templates to simplify your practice.

  • Continued support from fellow colleagues from a diverse range of backgrounds.

  • No administrative or operational overhead costs, aside from your specialized professional practice tools.


Successful candidates will have:

  • A degree in Occupational Therapy

  • Current Registration or eligible for registration with the College of Occupational Therapists of BC.

  • Professional liability insurance

  • A vulnerable sector criminal record check

  • Registration for clinicians working from out of province must be with the equivalent provincial regulatory body. 

  • At least one year experience working with a paediatric population.  Experience working with neurodivergent children and youth is an asset and forms the primary caseload currently.

  • Experience facilitating groups is an asset

  • Trauma informed practice is an asset

  • Must be comfortable working independently and part of a collaborative team

  • Must have working knowledge of privacy legislation, confidentiality and duty to report requirements.

  • Must use approaches that are not aligned with ABA (applied behavioural analysis), including consequences and rewards.  


If you are interested in this opportunity, please proceed to complete the questionnaire below.  


Thank you for your interest.  






We are looking for someone who is highly organized and capable of quickly learning software systems. You will be someone who enjoys the challenge of making life more organized and efficient for the team you work with. The Personal and Administrative Assistant (“Assistant”) provides clerical and reception support to TherapyWorks, while also supporting the functioning and efficacy of the Clinical Director/ Owner.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Communication related tasks the Assistant will support office functions such as answer phones and emails, greeting clients and visitors, preparing documents, preparing internal communication structures.

  • Scheduling related tasks including scheduling client appointments, coordinating Director/ Owner personal and professional appointments, managing room and resource schedules, managing general calendars, making travel arrangements for leaders.

  • Organizational tasks maintain an organized work environment and assist the owner with organizational tasks, filing documents and maintaining databases, updating paper and electronic file systems, creating and using spreadsheets and data, developing onboarding materials and processes, maintaining privacy processes for business and client information

  • Financial and bookkeeping tasks by submitting and reconciling invoices, processing client payments, recording and reconciling office expenses, maintain petty cash and team expense processes, entering invoices into third party funding portals.

  • Miscellaneous administrative and personal assistant tasks such as assisting the owner with general organization in both the clinic office, purchasing supplies for the office, sorting distributing and responding to mail correspondence, creating efficiencies for the team within the electronic health record. 

Desired Qualifications

  • Works independently, demonstrates strong communication skills and develops collaborative working relationships

  • Strong organizational skills but able to be flexible with change

  • Understanding of a variety of software programs

  • Intermediate excel/ spreadsheet skills.

  • Data entry experience

  • Experience with the Jane Electronic Health Record is an asset

  • Experience with BC government invoicing portals is an asset

  • One year minimum commitment

Required Qualifications

You MUST be able to provide the following:

  • Completion of an administrative assistant certificate and typing speed of a minimum 35 words per minute.

  • Two work references that confirm the ability to work independently, work effectively a variety of software programs, and demonstrate work ethic through low absenteeism, professional communication with leaders.

  • A Vulnerable sector criminal record check and clear driver’s abstract will be required prior to position start.

  • Working knowledge and experience with a variety of computer software programs such as email software, google docs/ forms, Microsoft office applications.

  • Reliable vehicle.

  • Proof of Business Use car insurance will be required prior to position start.

  • Completion of confidentiality agreement will be required prior to position start.

What we offer is a flexible, low key working environment. You will have the ability to collaboratively create a flexible work schedule with the Clinical Director/ Owner. You will have weekends and stat holidays off. The company has a health spending plan for access to additional health service coverage. This position provides 5 paid sick days per year, and a paid vacation period, each of which increases annually. Work may occur at the clinic office or at the business office location.

If you meet the qualifications listed above and are interested in joining our team as an Administrative / Personal Assistant, please submit your resume for consideration. We look forward to reviewing your application!




Join our interprofessional team in working with youth with various support needs.  The Youth Development Facilitator (YDF) works with children and youth in a supportive role to address goals that they and their caregivers have identified.  The YDF works independently and develops activities that are interesting and motivating for their clients. The YDF serves an informal role as mentor to the youth in their care. The YDF supports therapists during some group therapy programs such as the Escape! group, Improvable and Therapeutic Theatrics and social engagement programs.

Additionally, the YDF supports learners who have barriers to academic success.  They often help clients with planning and organizing, as well as figuring out their learning style and strengths.

Youth Development Facilitators come from a variety of backgrounds including Education, Child and Youth Development, Social Work, Psychology, and yes, even Theatre. Experience with neurodiverse youth is an asset, but flexibility, engagement, playfulness, creativity and situational problem solving are key skills for this role.

This is an independent contract position of approximately 20-25 hours per week with potential for growth, particularly during the school year.


Benefits: flexible work schedule, collaborative education, consultation with clinicians/ therapists. 
Contact us today to learn more about this opportunity. or text 778-220-7707.

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