PsychMed is a leading provider of evidence based mental health services to the South Australian community. We have some of the state’s most senior clinicians and educators employed who provide exceptional training and support for our practitioners. This is a highly attractive opportunity to join our elite team of allied health professionals in a diverse and varied working environment where you can develop and grow. PsychMed provides the opportunity to drive knowledge and innovation in the mental health sphere.

We are seeking highly motivated professionals to join our team. This unique and highly competitive opportunity offered by PsychMed is for individuals with a 3-year undergraduate degree plus honours in psychology, or the Master of Professional Psychology. This is a paid internship to allow the individual to apply for general registration upon completion. The Provisional Psychologist Intern has the opportunity to be involved in providing individual and group therapy, conducting assessments, and writing reports and letters. This is a full-time position to ensure all internship requirements are met. The position will be located within or across PsychMed’s South Australian offices and will also involve the opportunity to provide services to rural South Australia. The position will directly report to the Business Manager, Clinical Lead, and Clinical Supervisor.

Essential criteria for the role include:

  • Tertiary qualifications: Master of Professional Psychology OR 3 year undergraduate degree with honours (Psychology) with a second class minimum.
  • The ability to work in a team environment and individually
  • DCSI Working with Children or equivalent
  • Professional indemnity and public liability insurance

You will be offered:

  • An outstanding salary package:
    • Our employed psychologists are offered wages matching the public service enterprise agreement
  • Professional Development allowance
  • Relocation assistance
  • Subsidised gym membership of the gym of your choice through PsychMed’s wellness program
  • Multiple pathways for career progression
  • Exceptional training and support
  • Diverse portfolio of clients
  • Maternity and paternity leave schemes
  • HECS repayment schemes
  • The opportunity to showcase and develop your clinical skills across a diverse range of programs and clinical presentations
  • The opportunity to work with a group who genuinely values and embraces diversity, including a multicultural and multilingual team of practitioners
  • The opportunity to work on a variety of tasks and develop your skills in many areas
  • Constructive feedback from senior clinicians to foster career growth

Apply online using the Apply Now button. For additional information or to discuss the role further, please do not hesitate to contact Trent Ames, Director, at or on 0414 399 605. We will provide the opportunity for video interviews for interstate applicants. We look forward to hearing from you. Please feel free to view our testimonial videos below from current or previous PsychMed staff. A summary of the job description is also available to download below.