Clinicians have plenty of opportunity to advance and deepen their knowledge organically as well as with extensive access to further education subsidies and grants.
The LightHouse Arabia has developed a supportive peer-mentorship system to ensure that every team member is able to continuously grow, both professionally and emotionally. We believe that collaborative learning is a pivotal part of our growth and we have regular, structured opportunities to interact and discuss cases one-on-one and as a team.
Regular seminars by in-house and visiting experts are also organised to further expand clinician skills, focused around a wide-range of topics that are relevant to our practice and the region.
Clinicians are expected to complete 45 CEUs every year. Those should be evenly spaced throughout the year and must also cover ethics-related topics. Each clinician will receive up to $1,500 towards fulfilling these requirements.
To deliver on our triple mission, our clinicians have broader job descriptions than they would elsewhere. Alongside a clinician’s core client-service role, our clinicians are also expected to drive continuous client service and experience improvement innovations. As participants in a peer-mentorship system, they will often play the role of supervisor, reviewer, and thought-partner for their colleagues. Additionally, we work as a team to provide public education, skill building and advocacy, through talks and workshops, media appearances and writing. These are highly positive and transformational experiences that broaden and deepen our clinicians’ skill set.