CRUX Psychology provides expert therapy and assessment backed by science and delivered with compassion. For more information about CRUX Psychology, please visit

We are seeking a psychologist to provide exceptional therapy and assessment to children, adolescents, or adults. This position is open to a part-time or a full-time psychologist with a doctoral degree in clinical, school or counselling psychology.

We are a busy, growing practice that can definitely help establish and build a client base. Hours are flexible and self-determined. Daytime, evening and/or weekend hours are possible.

This position provides a great opportunity to work with a very supportive, collaborative team. Peer consultation and continuing education opportunities abound. We are also community-minded, including strong advocacy for some of Nova Scotia’s most vulnerable citizens.

About Us

Clients and psychologists are supported by a caring, efficient, and knowledgeable administrative team. Jenni Sherry, practice manager, ensures a smooth-running operation by handling the business side of the practice. Her extensive management and communications background make her an asset to the practice. Psychologists are also supported by Janelle Marcotte, our full-time office administrator. She takes care of everything from client bookings and appointment preparation to ensuring a safe and a comfortable office space.

Dr. Simon Sherry is a tenured Professor at Dalhousie University and a psychologist at CRUX Psychology. He provides treatment for diverse problems, including eating disorders, personality disorders, alcohol problems, depression and anxiety. In 2020, Dr. Robyn McClure joined CRUX Psychology and built a thriving practice with a full schedule and an extensive waitlist.


Our newly renovated and professionally decorated office is situated on Clyde Street in Halifax, close to universities, hospitals and downtown. Halifax is thriving and vibrant with an easy-going east coast culture and a strong creative and entrepreneurial community. Maclean’s magazine recognized Halifax as Canada’s best place to live.


  • Doctoral degree in psychology (clinical, school or counselling psychology)
  • Registered with, or eligible for registration with, Nova Scotia Board of Examiners in Psychology as a psychologist or a psychologist (candidate register)
  • Experience providing assessment and treatment services to children, adolescents or adults
  • Professional liability insurance
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team
  • Criminal record and vulnerable sector checks
  • Entrepreneurial mindset

Hours and Salary

Flexible hours (including telehealth) and competitive rates. Psychologists are compensated based on splitting fees for services.

How to Apply

Interested psychologists should contact Jenni Sherry at

Please include the following:

  1. Cover Letter
  2. Curriculum vitae
  3. Contact information for two references

Successful candidates will be contacted for an interview. Thank you for your interest in CRUX psychology.