Psychology Services to Support Vulnerable Populations in Curaçao – ReliefWeb

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Announcement to Procure Psychology Services to Support Vulnerable Populations in Curaçao

About PADF

The Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) believes in creating a hemisphere of opportunity, for all. We work across Latin America and the Caribbean to make our region stronger—more healthy, peaceful, just, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable for current and future generations. For nearly 60 years, we have served the most vulnerable communities, investing resources throughout the hemisphere. We partner with and enable civil society, governments, and the private sector for the greater good of the region.

Consultancy Objective

The consultant will be responsible for providing psychological assistance to vulnerable populations in Curaçao, including migrants, for an estimated four (4) months. This includes, but is not limited to, diagnosing mental health issues, designing and implementing treatment plans, and promoting psychological wellness. The psychologist will report to the PADF Project Manager for all matters related to the quality and results of psychological treatments and activities for the correct and timely administration of, among other things, progress reports and client data. The PADF Psychologist will work in close coordination with P.S.I. Skuchami to provide services to beneficiaries, with a priority on Spanish-speaking clientele.


· Conduct intakes and psychological evaluations with clients.

· Diagnose mental health issues and design and implement individual treatment plans to address them.

· Make appropriate mental health recommendations based on psychological assessments, behavioral observations, and other techniques.

· Participate in and/or lead group therapy sessions.

· Promote psychological wellness through preventative activities.

· Participate in multidisciplinary consultations to discuss and assess treatment plans.

· Refer clients to other care providers or agencies if necessary.

· Stay informed about social developments and developments in mental health care, as well as legislation and regulations relevant to the provision of psychological support.

· Coordinate with local and regional actors to identify best practices and intervention opportunities.

· Evaluate the results of psychological treatments on a regular basis and adjust interventions as needed.

· Prepare and share timely progress reports on implemented activities.

· Support monitoring activities by registering client data and project indicators in accordance with organizational policy.

· Assist in supervising and training new …….


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