Clinical Psychologists Oqea Cares


Would you like to take a breath?


We seek clinical psychologists and clinical psychology registrars to join our expanding team at Oqea Cares. We offer subcontracting, part-time, and full-time positions at our Subiaco and Cockburn clinics.

✨ Work with a team of psychologists and psychiatrists.

✨ Delivering individual therapy, ADHD assessments, and group therapy programs. Our current focus is on 16+ years of age, with options to work with younger people if desired.

✨ Access the monthly peer review meetings where psychiatry and psychology colleagues support best practices.

✨ Access the monthly psychology group supervision program, including case discussions and digital co-design sessions.

✨ Co-design a digital wellness platform that puts members at the heart and centre of everything we do.


What is in it for you:

✨ Great and flexible salary packaging.

✨Opportunities to participate in our Employee Share Options Plan (ESOP) in a rapidly growing business.

✨Fantastic company culture, passionate to impact the future of mental health.

✨Ability to really make a difference.

✨Well-established and consistent referral base.

✨Flexible working hours and the potential to work from home.



Alongside the more traditional private practice individual therapy referrals we receive from psychiatrists and GPs, Oqea Cares specialises in ADHD Assessments and group therapy programs for adults.


Join our team in co-designing, testing, and developing the ADHD Assessment Fast Track process. Oqea wants to improve the situation for adults seeking ADHD assessments and intervention in Western Australia. We are redefining traditional approaches by using technology to automate questionnaire administration, scoring and reporting, using results to streamline our interview and report templates for each client.


Every ADHD assessment we complete gives us opportunities to provide feedback to the technology team to improve further. Our final reports are written for our psychiatrists, who can then use the biopsychosocial assessment to better inform their psychiatric assessment and intervention.


All new psychologists receive comprehensive training in the ADHD assessment process, including shadowing Eimear Quigley, a clinical psychologist with twenty years of experience working with mental health and neurodiversity.


If you are interested in group therapy, we are opening services South of the River to provide high-quality, evidence-based outpatient group programs for presentations such as trauma, mood, and anxiety. These groups will be closed and intensive, and our psychologists can facilitate as many or as few group sessions a week as they wish.


Have a look at our website to learn more about our team and the Oqea digital wellness platform –


Please contact us at [email protected]