Be part of the team
Why make a career with us?
CSMQ is a family business that has a lot to offer its employees. Make a career with us! Join our young and dynamic team! We are looking for several Counselling Therapists, Psychologists, Sexologists and Social Workers. We offer the following benefits:
– Work/family balance
– Calm and stress-free atmosphere
– Choice of schedules
– Work on the South Shore in person, or possibility of telecommuting
– Free parking available
– Human resources available at all times
– Receptionist to receive your customers
– Appointment Booking Service
“To help the other is to help yourself”
Social workers work with individuals, couples, families, groups and communities to help them resolve or prevent personal, family or social problems such as violence, suicide and delinquency.
Helping relationship therapist
A counselling therapist is a specialist in human relationships and how they work. His knowledge of the psyche, of psychology and of the human being allows him to intervene with accuracy.
Sexology is the study of human sexuality. Thus, the helping relationship in sexology can help find solutions to relational, sexual or personal difficulties. The sexologist identifies the psychological and/or physiological mechanisms that may be contributing to the problem.
The psychologist is an expert in behavior, emotions and mental health. It intervenes with people who are experiencing distress or psychological difficulties. He provides his client with the means to improve and maintain his psychological, intellectual, emotional, social, interpersonal and physical functioning.
The conscious mind can be compared to a fountain that plays in the sun and falls back into the great subterranean pool of the subconscious from which it emerges.
Help us to help our fellow man!
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Ego: Managing someone who has a big one!
Indeed, we all find ourselves in that situation where we feel powerless in communicating with someone because of their stubbornness - their ego. What happens most often is that the other person has the gift of activating our own ego and here we are trying to control...
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