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Our Mission

OCD Wellness was founded on supporting individuals and families in regaining their life and learning how to live well with OCD, using an evidence-based, gold-standard approach. We ensure individuals are provided with an empathetic, educational, and empowering environment, met with integrity and respect.

Making an Impact

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a chronic mental health condition that affects 1 – 2% of Canadians, approximately 350,000 Ontarians. Without access to proper treatment, OCD symptoms are likely to worsen often resulting in functional impairment.

OCD Wellness recognizes the importance of facilitating recovery utilizing evidence-based treatment while creating a safe environment for individual seeking support. As a Clinician with OCD Wellness, you will be helping address the shortage of evidence-based treatment which has resulted in many waiting 14 to 17 years to obtain proper treatment from symptom on set.

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Competitive Compensation

Access to Administration Support

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ERP Specialist


Master or Doctorate level University Degree in Social Work (MSW or DSW) with a minimum of 3 years experience in the mental health field. You must have availability to work virtually and be registered and in good standing with OCSWSSW. Experience using Behavioural Therapies and Knowledge in Exposure and Response Prevention and willingness to participate in training.

Job type 
Part-time leading into full-time if interested. Virtual position.
The hired position is contractor based, and you will be considered an OCD Wellness Associate.

Master’s degree required

1 year minimum of direct practice.
3 years minimum practicing in the mental health field.

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ERP Clinician Job Description

OCD Wellness is a specialty clinic specializing in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Obsessive Compulsive related disorders. OCD Wellness prides itself on providing evidence-based treatment through a client-centred approach.

We are passionate and dedicated to bridging the gap in services to support individuals and families through their OCD journey. We strive to create a safe space for individuals to discover their strength and resilience through well-informed, hands-on, and accountable care.

What we are looking for

OCD Wellness is seeking a social worker with a behavioural lens and is passionate about treating OCD and OC-related disorders. We seek a clinician dedicated to ongoing learning in a private practice setting. We are currently hiring for a virtual position.

This position offers the freedom and flexibility of self-employment without the burden of running your own business. Although you will be working independently, you will have the support of the OCD Wellness team with consultation opportunities and check-ins.

Key Responsibilities

  • Working in a private practice setting as an independent contractor.
  • Specializing in treating OCD and OC-related disorders, following Exposure Response Prevention protocol, and providing Habit Reversal Training and Cognitive Behaviour Intervention for Tics.
  • Completing assessments to determine the appropriate treatment.
  • Demonstrating solid clinical skills and empathy.
  • Required to work at least one evening or 1-weekend shift (4 hours minimum) to ensure client accessibility.
  • Available to maintain a part-time or full-time caseload.
  • A minimum of a one-year commitment.

Qualifications and Requirements

  • Minimum Master of Social Worker degree.
  • Registered and in good standing with OCSWSSW and other provincial colleges where you practice.
  • Continued education and supervision as required by the College.
  • Liability and Practice Insurance.
  • At least one year of experience using Behavioural Therapies
  • Knowledge in Exposure and Response Prevention and willingness to participate in training.
  • Minimum of 3 years experience in the mental health field.
  • A commitment to principles of strength-based and Client centred care.
  • Proven ability to build and maintain relationships with clients and other service providers
  • Well-developed, proven interpersonal and written and communication skills.
  • Proven organization and time-management skills.
  • Experience working with children is an asset.
  • Availability to work virtually.