Full and part time positions available

Malvern Private Hospital is seeking skilled and motivated clinicians who wish to work in an innovative residential program working with patients across Group Therapy as well as carrying an individual case load.

The successful applicant will be an engaged and pro-active thinker who brings your unique abilities to work in our programs.  At Malvern Private we work as a strong multi-disciplinary team connecting psychiatry, addiction specialists, medical specialists, nursing both general and mental health trained with a diversely skilled counselling team, to ensure a clear focus on positive outcomes for our clients.

You will be engaged with clients in helping them to understand their developmental emotional dynamics and trauma, whilst maintaining a structured recovery focused management plan. This role will support the Malvern Model of Care – ensuring service to our clients with a humanistic approach, whilst maintaining safe, friendly, and clear communication amongst the community and the team to deliver therapeutic care. 


  • A tertiary qualification in counselling, psychotherapy or psychology and who hold registration with AHPRA/PACFA or other relevant professional bodies.

  • Training and experience in Group Therapy (essential).

  • Experience having worked with traumatised individuals with a variety of addictive behaviours.

  • Able to deliver psychoeducational and skills based topic groups including somatic skills.

  • Knowledge of the 12 step program strongly desired.

  • Strong verbal, written and communication skills.

  • Ability to work collaboratively with both internal and external professionals.

  • A considerate, open, honest and pro-active attitude toward professional development, growth and opportunities within the organisation.

If your qualifications, skills and experience can deliver this we look forward to receiving your application at [email protected]


Flexible work hours on offer.  Malvern values diversity and applications from LGBTQIA+, CALD, Disability and First Nations identifying applicants would be most welcomed.