Two VSI missions - clinical psychologists

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Description :

Within the framework of its partnership with France Volontaires (FV), an operator of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs for the sending of international solidarity volunteers, the School of Psychological Practitioners (EPP) is looking for volunteers for a mission in Vietnam, in Ho Chi Minh City, starting in August 2021.


The mission aims to contribute to the development of clinical psychology in Vietnam. It consists of a cross-cultural collaboration. It concerns both :
- A field action by a clinical technical support within the teams of Vietnamese psychologists, psychiatrists, doctors, nurses and nursery nurses: clinical consultations, analysis of practices and supervision work.
- University teaching, professional training, collaboration in research projects, organization of conferences or symposiums, management of the EPP Antenna in Vietnam (animation of the partners' network, documentary funds, accounting...).
The places of intervention are mainly in Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) in a pediatric hospital (psychology and neonatology department), in a psychiatric hospital (adult psychiatry department and child psychiatry department), in general hospitals, in psychology and medicine universities and in an orphanage. The various activities will be carried out in Vietnamese alongside Vietnamese mediator interpreters. This position requires a strong interest in cross-cultural work, very good interpersonal skills, coordination, flexibility, and a dynamic temperament capable of initiative.


Possession of a diploma in clinical psychology
Duration: 14 months
Type of contract: International Solidarity Volunteer (Compensation + expenses)

Application :

CV + cover letter to be sent before April 18, 2021 to: Matthieu Fouché : with "VSI Vietnam 2021 application" in the subject line

Type of adCollaborations
CountryViet Nam
Educational or training establishment
Matthieu Fouché

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