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Psychologist at Oasis Day Centre

SAMH manages the Oasis Day Centre (ODC) where psychiatric rehabilitation programmes are conducted for people in recovery of mental illness or dual diagnosis (i.e., mild developmental disorders and mental illness). The main objective is to optimise clients’ level of function in the community, so as to cultivate independence, enhance interpersonal skills, and improve job readiness.

Job Summary:

We are looking for like-minded individuals with the compassion, dedication and commitment in delivering quality care to our clients in the community as a Psychologist.

As a Psychologist, you will apply your knowledge, skills and experience to provide psychoeducation and psychological intervention for our clients. To enhance the interpersonal & coping skills of clients, especially those with dual diagnosis.

Join us as we promote clients’ quality of life and reintegration to the community by enhancing their psychological and emotional well-being.


As a Oasis Day Centre Psychologist, you should always be ready to provide the following services to our clients with warmth, tact and professionalism:

  • Conduct psychoeducation to educate and help clients and their caregivers to cope with mental illness
  • Provide individualized intervention based on clients’ needs and goals
  • Document, evaluate and monitor clients’ progress to review effectiveness and relevance of intervention plans
  • Provide individual therapy and counselling for clients
  • Conduct talks, webinars and workshops on mental health for SAMH staff, external agencies and other community-based service providers
  • Collaborate with Professionals from other SAMH programmes and Social Service Agencies in providing coordinated and holistic interventions for clients
  • Provide professional input to team and case discussions
  • Maintain clinical and administrative records in accordance with professional standards


  • Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology
  • Minimum two years’ of relevant experience in psycho-educational assessments and therapeutic interventions
  • Effectively bilingual and proficient in local dialects
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work both independently and as part of a team
  • Prior working experience in the social services sector will have an advantage

To apply, please email to
Kindly be informed that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.


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