Express your interest in the Adolescent Extended Treatment Service (CYMHS)

A 3D visualisation of the architect’s impression of the Adolescent Extended Treatment Centre building and surrounds.

The Adolescent Extended Treatment (AET) Centre will be a purpose-built 12 bed statewide sub-acute inpatient unit and co-located 10 place day program, governed and operated by CHQ on the grounds of The Prince Charles Hospital, Brisbane. The AET service will deliver safe and responsive mental health care that effectively supports and enhances the mental health and wellbeing of young people aged between 13-18 years of age, with consideration of extending to 21 years of age, based on a young person’s developmental age.

The AET service will deliver mental health care integrated with educational and vocational training to young people in a safe and therapeutic setting by a multidisciplinary team, providing diagnostic assessment, and individualised, family and group evidence-informed clinical interventions and therapies. The service will have integrated onsite schooling provided by Education Queensland, to support the educational and vocational needs of both the inpatient and day program young people.

The AET Centre is due to open in early 2020, and we are now calling for expressions of interest to join our exciting new team.

  • Art Therapists
  • Carer Consultants
  • Dieticians
  • Exercise Physiologists
  • Health Workers
  • Medical
  • Music Therapists
  • Nurses
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Peer Workers
  • Psychologists
  • Social Workers
  • Speech Therapists

If this opportunity is of interest to you, and you would like to be kept informed of recruitment activity as it unfolds, please email a copy of your CV to

To find out more about working for CYMHS, listen to what our staff have to say in the videos below.

To find out more about the progress of construction, please click here:

Express your interest

Further information

Our vision and values

About the Child and Youth Mental Health Service (CYMHS)

The Youth Mental Health – Capital Program