Train with us

Good Days is a welcoming, creative, and community-focused psychology clinic that offers therapy, assessment, and consultation services to adults and adolescents. Our training vision positions therapy and training as integral to one another. Developing effective therapists helps improve the quality of care more broadly in the community.

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Training Programs

Practicum Program

Deadline: Feb 1, 2024

Good Days offers a comprehensive practicum training program to students in master’s (e.g., M.A., M.Ed.) or doctoral-level (e.g., Ph.D., Ed.D., Psy.D.) psychology programs. We are currently accepting students who are training in therapy and assessment for adults and adolescents. Therapy training will focus on learning how to provide empirically-validated therapies to a diverse group of clients. Assessment training will focus on clinical interviewing and the application of personality, mood, and interpersonal psychological assessments, especially in the initial appointment.

Practicum openings typically follow the academic-year schedule (September-May) but training opportunities are available throughout the calendar year. February 1st, 2024 is the application deadline for the upcoming practicum period (Fall 2024-Spring 2025).

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Clinical Supervision

Clinical Supervision provides guidance to therapists-in-training who require currency hours to register with a certifying college, such as the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario or the College of Psychologists of Ontario. Our supervisors create a supportive environment for supervisees to reflect on their clinical work, discuss complex issues, and enhance their therapeutic abilities. Good Days prioritizes the growth and development of each supervisee, ensuring that their training experience is tailored to achieving their individual goals.

We are currently accepting applications from Registered Psychotherapists (at any certification level) and Clinical Psychologists entering supervised practice who are looking to complete their training. Additionally, we provide supervision to therapists who are completing their training at other clinics or institutions, including psychologists who require a secondary supervisor for supervised practice.

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Our Supervisors

Good Days’ training programs are led by a group of clinically expert and supportive mental health professionals:

Daniel Pauly

Ed.D., RP

Daniel Pauly (he/him) is the primary supervisor for the M.Ed./Ed.D. adult therapy practicum and Registered Psychotherapists and provides weekly individual and group supervision. 
Dr. Natalie Kalb

Ph.D., C.Psych

Dr. Natalie Kalb (she/her) is the primary supervisor for the M.A./Psy.D./Ph.D. adult therapy and assessment practicum and supervised practice psychologists and provides weekly individual and group supervision. 

Apply for training

Students and therapists-in-training interested in applying at Good Days should email us the following materials:

An up-to-date CV, a letter of interest describing your training experience and goals, and two reference contacts.

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Training Activities

At Good Days, practicum students and therapists-in-training will participate in several training activities. In addition to these activities, supervisees will have access to a comprehensive library of training videos, treatment manuals, and books. 

Monthly Clinical Rounds

Supervisees will have an opportunity every month to give case presentations, lead clinical discussions, and solicit feedback from the Good Days team.

Monthly Consultation Meetings

Supervisees will have the opportunity every month to provide feedback to Good Days’ co-directors and receive additional clinical and placement-related support.

Individual Supervision

Supervisees will have the opportunity to meet with their supervisors every week to review challenging cases, practice therapeutic interventions, and ethical concerns.

Group Supervision

Every two weeks, supervisees will have the opportunity to meet together with all supervisors and student-therapists to supplement individual supervision and gain experience in providing peer supervision.

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