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  Posted By DavidvdW - 2013 March 08 - 8:57am - 1 comments - Edit


Psychologist Needed in Physical Rehabilitation Hospital.

Required to manage emotional well-being of patients’ post-injury and illness, and work as part of a multi-disciplinary healthcare team, alongside registered counsellor and social workers. 

Experience with neurological concerns, spinal cord injuries and sexual health matters is preferable. 

Please send CV and letter of introduction, including details of availability to liz@physicalrehab.co.za    
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Psychotherapy.co.za : News comments

Posted By Nirveda Moodley on 2013 March 18 at 8:17am
Hello Liz

I was interested in finding out the location of this
position.

Regards
Nirveda

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