Primary Clinician – Chiang Mai, Thailand

Only English resumes will be considered.

Location Chiang Mai, Thailand


  • To deliver a high level of case management skills to Clients accessing care within the designated village of employment.
  • Production and delivery of clinical reports
  • To consistently demonstrate a coherent ability to communicate effectively with family members, referral partners and loved ones.
  • Act as a key liaison and primary point of contact with referrers and comply with reporting mechanisms as required by referrers and criminal justice professionals.
  • Employees are expected to be able to work both autonomously and independently and as part of a team in developing case conceptualization and case management skills.
  • Employees are expected to have a high degree of time management and be punctual for all clinical engagements.
  • Employees must be able to demonstrate a high level of clinical integrity and conduct their affairs with clinical probity.
  • Employees must be respectful at all times and conduct themselves according to their accrediting bodies’ ethical framework and code of conduct.
  • Employees are expected to be competent in the delivery of psychotherapeutic groups and integrative counselling models.
  • Employees should have a good working knowledge of cognitive behavioural therapy principles and techniques.
  • To take part in training and development and continuing professional development on a consistant basis.
  • To engage in regular clinical supervision.
  • To work with management to achieve all key performance indicators set down within the terms and conditions or engagement.

Please note: Employees must be able to demonstrate effective clinical delivery of Interpersonal Group Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Integrative Counselling. These are deemed to be core competencies for this role. Primary clinicians should hold registration in their country of origin and be fluent and licensed to practice in English. Internationally recognized qualifications that are comparable to Masters Level are preferable, together with 5 years of solid clinical experience. Failure to produce appropriate proof of current registration will lead to termination. Specialist interests are actively encouraged and our treatment program offers the flexibility for originality in treatment delivery. Delivery of specialisms must sit in line with best practice and conform to mainstream models of evidence based practice. The Cabin seeks to maintain the highest possible standards of clinical probity and standards within its clinical staff team. A high level of ethical and clinical conduct is expected from all clinical staff. Therapists are expected to disclose any issues that may affect their ability to work within the field and must be able to demonstrate up-to-date accreditation and registration. Omission to disclose issues that may conflict with ethical standards and principles, current or otherwise, may lead to termination of employment.


  • Relevant academic qualifications at MSc or equivalent. Over 550 documented or evidenced clinical hours within an appropriate time frame to the commencement of clinical duties.
  • Minimum 30 hours of documented and evidenced clinical supervision within the 2 years prior to commencing clinical duties.
  • Able to demonstrate a high standard of clinical reporting.
  • Applicants should have excellent communication and administrative abilities, with a flair for client-led care delivery.
  • A calm, methodical, yet dynamic approach to service delivery.
  • IT skills and scheduling experience is essential.
  • Training will be provided for staff.
Support Staff – Chiang Mai, Thailand

Only English resumes will be considered.

Location Chiang Mai, Thailand

To perform mainly, but not solely, practical duties. These will include playing a supportive role to the counselling team in carrying out tasks for clients that have been identified as aiding the therapeutic process and specified in detail in the daily workbook and multidisciplinary team handovers. Managing the support team and liaison with other departments to ensure the smooth running of the treatment program. To be a key team member in intake, orientation and discharge procedures.


  • Working knowledge of the core functions of each of the TCCM departments.
  • Excellent organizational, communication, record-keeping, and multi-tasking skills.
  • Excellent problem-solving and crisis-management skills.
  • Advanced proficiency in Word documents, spreadsheets, presentations, emails, and calendar management software.
  • Advanced proficiency in electronic medical records management systems.
Client Admissions Manager – Chiang Mai, Thailand

Only English resumes will be considered.

Location Chiang Mai, Thailand


  • Receive and respond to incoming calls, emails and other channels from potential clients,
  • Exchange information to identify client needs, and determine the Company’s ability to meet them. Identify the best product/service to offer the client
  • Provide follow-up information, including templated responses, to clients
  • Record the outcome of an enquiry into the database, ensuring all the required information is collected and the fields are completed in the database
  • Plan and make follow-up calls/emails where necessary
  • Perform an assessment with clients or liaise with counsellors to arrange for one if circumstances warrant it.
  • Process documentation of the arrivals process
  • Provide logistical support to clients before and after treatment
  • Liaise with the Accounts department on client invoicing and payment
  • Provide feedback to Relationship Team on client referrals from 3rdparty professionals
  • Coordinating logistics between different departments until client arrival
  • Keeps management informed by submitting activity and results reports, Reports will be daily enquiry logs with weekly and monthly sales reports
  • Resolves customer complaints by investigating problems; developing solutions; preparing reports; making recommendations to management
  • General administrative duties and others as assigned by Direct Manager


  • Native English Speaker
  • Age: 28+
  • University degree
  • Knowledge of sales-based database systems
  • Strong sales skills tempered by an empathic approach
  • Proficient in relevant office computer software and applications
Holistic Practitioner – Chiang Mai, Thailand

Only English resumes will be considered.

Location Chiang Mai, Thailand


  • Provide a holistic introduction to clients upon admission
  • Provide individual and group Holistic Therapy sessions in areas of expertise; Mindfulness
  • Develop and revise individualized holistic therapy treatment plans based on clients’ needs in areas of expertise
  • Coordinate with all departments to ensure the delivery of optimal client care
  • Comply with organizational policies and procedures
  • Receive timely supervision, appraisals, support, and training from reporting manager to meet the identified key performance indicators
  • Be responsible for other duties and assignments as assigned by Direct Manager


  • Certificate(s) in holistic to demonstrate training and supervision has been received through a reputable training provider in the following areas of holistic practices:
    • Trauma/Tension Releasing Exercises
    • Yoga – completion of 200 hours of yoga teacher training
    • Reiki, Qigong, Taichi
    • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in art therapy, music therapy, or equivalent experience/training in other areas of holistic/mindfulness therapy
  • Document 2 or more years of experience in delivering holistic therapy
  • Excellent organizational, communication, record-keeping, and multi-tasking skills
  • Basic problem-solving and crisis-management skills
  • Basic proficiency in Word documents, spreadsheets, presentations, emails, and calendar
    management software
  • Basic proficiency in electronic medical records management system
Intensive Outpatient Counsellor (Part Time/Full Time) – Australia (IOP)

Only English resumes will be considered.

Location: Australia

1. Experience & Skills Required:

  • Good command of communication, record-keeping, and multi-tasking skills

  • Problem-solving and crisis management skills

  • Basic knowledge in Microsoft Documents and Google Platform

  • Basic knowledge in electronic medical records management systems is beneficial

2. Competencies:

  • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and organisational skills
  • Good command of computer literacy including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, email and internet
  • Ability to work in a team

3. Key responsibilities:

  1. Be responsible for online/face-to-face Assessments of Clients and perform one-on-one counselling sessions as well as supervising a 3-hour group session. The group sessions include a process group, follows by a group where clients do detailed work. In addition, you will be carrying out assessments and writing reports for referring practitioners and family work.
  2. Support referral of clients to residential treatment when appropriate and follow up online/face-to-face counselling sessions, including individual, couple and family counselling.
  3. Content creation and facilitation of Group Therapy Sessions.
  4. Retain up-to-date clinical records for client treatment and ensure they are stored securely in a locked cabinet and/or electronically as appropriate.
  5. Report clinical, legal, and ethical issues to the Director of Outpatient Treatment in a timely manner.
  6. Liaison with medical, governmental and NGO entities.
  7. Facilitate workshops and training for outside agencies as needed
  8. Solicit and secure business connections and clients for The Cabin.
  9. Attend any local conferences and relevant community networking opportunities
  10. Identify and cultivate additional referral channels for The Cabin residential treatment
  11. Check and follow up as needed with clients for financial payments, renewals and treatments.
  12. Duties will include general administration duties, local marketing support and clinical duties where appropriate and perform any and all duties that are reasonable and are customarily performed by a person holding a similar position in the industry or business of the Employer.
Art Therapist – Chiang Mai, Thailand

Position: Art Therapist

Location: Chiang Mai, Thailand


Job Summary:

At The Cabin our art therapists use art therapy to assist patients in exploring underlying feelings and emotional conflicts that impair their physical, cognitive, and emotional wellbeing. They teach patients how to use artwork as a means of releasing or expressing their feelings and use counselling techniques to help patients develop coping skills.

This is an exciting opportunity for an Art Therapist who is looking for a varied role that allows for developing a new trauma-informed service and being an integral part of The Cabin’s inpatient services in Chiang Mai. This new permanent role was created to help us deliver our plans to fully align our treatment programs with a comprehensive trauma-informed approach within our intensive inpatient mental health services. The transformation of our intensive inpatient mental health services will lead to truly integrated health and social care for adults accessing world-class behavioural healthcare at The Cabin who have serious mental illness.

The Art Therapy role will be integral to the transformation of services and offering our service users recovery-focused interventions. The Art Therapist will be working within The Cabins Multidisciplinary teams and will be collaborating with Psychotherapists, Psychologists and Occupational Therapists to ensure that there are clear pathways for providing long-term psychosocial treatment outcomes. The successful candidate will have access to CPD opportunities and Clinical Supervision.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Consulting with patients to discuss their medical histories and identify the problems or conditions they wish to overcome.
  • Conducting art therapy sessions with patients using various types of visual art, including drawing, sculpting, painting, ceramics, and clay modelling.
  • Discussing patients’ artworks with them to evaluate the meaning and emotions behind the artworks.
  • Collaborating with other healthcare practitioners to develop, synthesize or integrate personalized treatment plans.
  • Developing suitable art therapy programs for patients based on their needs, objectives, and preferred forms of artistic expression.
  • Teaching patients coping skills and strategies to enable them to deal with challenging and traumatic experiences.
  • Conducting group or family art therapy sessions as required.
  • Supervising art therapy students and interns (if any).
  • Maintaining detailed records of patients’ progress as well as observations made during art therapy sessions.



  • Master’s degree in art therapy or counselling with additional coursework in art therapy.
  • Certified by the Art Therapy Credentials Board (ATCB).
  • Appropriate state/national licensure.
  • Sound knowledge of visual art.
  • Excellent observational and counselling skills.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Effective communication skills.
  • Patient, empathetic, and creative.
  • A passion for art.

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