Join our team

About us
We have opportunities available for psychologists who are passionate about providing client-centred, empirically-supported psychological assessment, treatment, and support for individuals experiencing eating, weight, or body image related


Our goal is to make empirically-supported treatment available in the community, and we have a reputation as a leading treatment provider in this area. Our services are in high demand, and we look forward to welcoming more psychologists to our
committed and supportive team.

We focus on the psychological assessment and treatment of eating, weight, and body image concerns and associated physical health (e.g., diabetes, polycystic ovary syndrome) and mental health (e.g., depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders) difficulties in
adults, adolescents and children.

We have strong links with GPs, psychiatrists, and allied health providers including dietitians and other psychologists. Many clients also find us through word of mouth, both through existing clients and our website and social media.

We are seeking psychologists for our East Melbourne Office to provide a combination of face-to-face and telehealth appointments.

The team
CEWBI psychologists are experienced, passionate, and committed to providing bestpractice, evidence-based care to individuals with eating, weight and body image concerns.

Our practice Director, Dr Leah Brennan, is a Clinical, Health, Educational and Developmental Psychologist. Leah is passionate about maintaining a supportive and evolving practice where psychologists feel valued, are supported to deliver empirically-supported treatment, and have opportunities to develop their clinical skills and interests.

Our Client Support Leader, Megan, looks after both our clients and psychologists. Megan takes care of most reception and administration duties, leaving our psychologists to focus their time and energy on their clients. Megan is renowned for anticipating our needs and providing seamless systems that reduce admin demands on psychologists.

Our training and support program
We are passionate about providing an engaging, motivating and supportive workplace for our team. We know that our clients will receive high-quality care if our psychologists are well supported. We provide a comprehensive training and support program tailored to the needs of the individual psychologist, registrar, or intern. This includes:


  • Access to introductory training in the assessment and treatment of eating, weight and body image concerns

  • Formal training in empirically-supported eating disorder treatments including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Eating Disorders (CBT-E), Family Based Therapy (FBT), Specialised Supportive Clinical Management (SSCM), Maudsley Anorexia Treatment for Adults (MANTRA), Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Focal Psychodynamic Therapy (FPT), and Schema Therapy (ST). This training is delivered by national and international experts.

  • Regular modality specific (i.e., CBT-E, FBT, etc) group supervision facilitated by national and international experts.

  • Regular individual and team supervision

  • Registrar programs for Clinical Psychology, Health Psychology, Educational and Developmental Psychology.

About the role
We are looking for psychologists with a passion for, and experience in, the treatment of eating, weight and body image concerns. The successful applicant will provide empirically-supported psychological assessment, treatment, and support for adults, adolescents and/or children with eating, weight and/or body image concerns. This is a part-time (minimum 2 days) or full-time role.

Our clients come from a range of backgrounds and present with a variety of eating, weight and body image concerns. This enables our clinicians to have varied clinical caseloads. CEWBI does not accept referrals from third parties (e.g., Workcover, TAC, DVA) and we do not provide court reports or assessments.


Essential Criteria

  • Unrestricted psychologist registration with AHPRA.Current public and professional indemnity insurance in line with AHPRA requirements.

  • Ability to conduct psychological services in a manner that at all times accords with legal, ethical, and professional requirements.

  • Formal training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Enhanced (CBT-E) and/or Family Based Therapy (FBT) for eating disorders (or willingness to complete this training before commencing with CEWBI).

  • Experience in the treatment of eating, weight and body image concerns.

  • Experience in the delivery of telehealth psychology.

  • Ability to produce high quality reports for referrers or other treating clinicians in a timely manner.

  • Record keeping that is at all times up-to-date and consistent with legal, ethical, and professional requirements.

  • Demonstrated commitment to continued supervision and professional development.

  • The desire to work as an active part of the team and contribute to continued practice growth.

  • A current Working with Children Check and Police Check.

  • Continued access to your own laptop/computer and access to an appropriate confidential space for the provision of telehealth psychology.

  • The capacity to see clients at a minimum of two days per week (or equivalent).

  • Commitment to be a part of CEWBI for the long term.


  • A remuneration and contractor agreement that is competitive and transparent and includes quality training and supervision opportunities (as outlined above).

  • Regular team meetings and supervision (supervision for endorsement purposes also available).

  • Administrative and reception support including the provision of client management and payment software, the intake and allocation of new clients, and support with administrative needs of existing clients.

  • Comprehensive marketing to local referrer networks, and support in a building professional profile with new and existing referrers.

  • The opportunity to work within a highly regarded, collegial and supportive team environment, that has a passion for evidence-based, best-practice treatment for individuals experiencing eating, weight and body image concerns.

  • Registrar programs are available for Clinical Psychology, Health Psychology, Educational and Developmental Psychology.

If you have any questions, or to apply (please submit your Resume and Cover Letter), please contact

Applications close March 11 2021.