Kinark holds children and youth at the centre of all we do. We know that each child, youth and family is unique and deserves the most effective treatment and service in the most efficient way.
Services are provided for children and youth in the areas of Community-based Child and Youth Mental Health, Autism and Forensic Mental Health/ Youth Justice.
Kinark is a large organization with over 800 staff. Our multi-disciplinary team of experts includes child and youth workers, social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses, family support workers and behaviour therapists. Kinark’s head office has a structure that includes staff support in the areas of Finance, Policy, Research and Planning, Communications, Human Resources, Administration and Information Technology.
If you share our passion for helping children and youth with complex needs and their families to achieve better life outcomes, please view our available positions.
Doctoral Residency Program in Child Clinical Psychology
Kinark provides clinical training for doctoral-level psychology students through a scientist-practitioner model. Applications for our 2023 – 2024 residency program are now open.