Join Our Values-Based Community
The Brisbane ACT Centre is Queensland’s centre of excellence in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. We are a partnership of psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, therapists and occupational therapists committed to growing, learning and prospering together. We’re now well-known with a large, growing referral base thanks to an exploding ACT evidence-base and community awareness. We are passionate ACT practitioners working together to grow as therapists and meet our goals. We work with adults, adolescents and young people teaching cutting-edge ACT skills to maximise valued living.
With a beautiful facility, excellent reception staff and software, marketing support and a group of talented and likeminded practitioners; the Brisbane ACT Centre is the perfect place to work as a therapist with the support, freedom and community that you need. We’re looking for more Clinical Psychologists passionate about ACT to join us. With a beautiful clinic, wonderful reception support, active marketing and a group of talented practitioners, the Brisbane ACT Centre is the perfect place to work. We offer you support, community and personal freedom. We promote our new practitioners to our solid referral base. We’ve created the ideal atmosphere for keen ACT therapists to work.
We welcome therapists passionate about ACT to join us in a collaborative and supportive environment. Our space is located in Milton, just outside of the city with easy public transport access and plenty of parking. Our fees go towards renting this beautiful space, marketing the centre, the reception management software and our reception staff.
The Brisbane ACT Centre has four large rooms available, 3 of which have large windows with a view of greenery. The space has been recently purpose refurbished for us, including sound proofing for your clients comfort. We tailored our rooms to therapists needs. Our rooms vary in size between 10 square metres at the smallest and 23 square metres at the largest. Each room is outfitted with comfortable and attractive chairs and furniture. Photographs by local artists adorn the walls.
Joining the BAC means being supported in building your practice cost effectively with a group of like-minded individuals. We rent our rooms out, in daytime or evening session blocks charging a standard room fee per session filled. We have a terrific reception team that manage this process, and we’re developing an online booking system.
* Beautiful, central, purpose built Milton clinic, with group / training rooms.
* Soundproof, spacious, comfortable rooms with lovely garden views.
* Full admin support – reception, bookings, reminder service and billings.
* CorePlus web bookings and electronic records accessible anywhere, anytime.
* Medical Objects, personal BAC email, CorePlus integration with Xero accounting.
* Active and strategic marketing, Google Adwords, Facebook, BAC Director GP visits.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who are we looking for?
- A Clinical Psychologist with thorough ACT training, experience and passion.
- Preferably Masters Degree, Doctorate, or PhD in Clinical Psychology.
Strongly self-motivated, and also enjoys being part of a coherent collegial team.
Able to see clients at least two days a week, including an evening – and weekend if possible.
Full psychology registration, Medicare provider number, has ABN, Better Access eligible.
Enthusiasm / experience running groups would be great, large rooms are designed for groups.
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Plans and Pricing
We have four rooms available.
Office One is available for evening blocks, Monday to Friday from 6:00pm – 9:00pm. Office one includes a data projected and is well suited to group meetings.
All rooms include phone, internet, booking through CorePlus and our excellent reception team.
Weekend day blocks use the rooms evening rate.
Even if you’re working in the evening you get the advantage of the receptionist for bookings and billing.
For further information please contact the director, Dr Rob Purssey.