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Thunder Bay Counselling launches new campaign

Thunder Bay Counselling kicks off the New Year with a recruitment campaign.
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THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Counselling has launched a new campaign that aims to recruit counselling professionals.

For 2022, Thunder Bay Counselling is creating opportunities for jobs in counselling, psychotherapy, and addiction services with a shift to flexible career solutions.

This is bringing a change to individuals and families who are unable to raise their income or move forward in their careers because they are limited by their need for career flexibility.

Thunder Bay Counselling executive director Nancy Chamberlain is pleased to make a shift to a more flexible workplace model that will remove barriers to careers for professional people living in rural or remote communities, and people with disabilities, and more.

This week, Thunder Bay Counselling launched a new campaign aimed at recruiting diverse counselling professionals for a range of flexible, part-time, contract and full-time roles.

Career opportunities are being offered with an option of work hours, schedules, and length of contract commitments, as well as in-office, remote or on a hybrid basis to accommodate a candidate’s personal or other professional commitments.

Thunder Bay Counselling will also be recruiting independent clinical affiliates.

The network provides flexible contracts for individuals who want a complement to their current job, private practise or for retired practitioners who are interested in a new, short-term challenge.

“We are hearing from retired professionals who have had their retirement travel plans stalled due to COVID-19 and are looking for temporary contract opportunities to keep them busy during lockdowns. Our new Clinical Affiliates Network is the ideal solution for individuals looking for temporary professional work,” said Nancy Chamberlain, in a release.

For more information about careers with Thunder Bay Counselling visit: or email:


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