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PHE Assistant Psychologist - Southwark - FTC to 31/03/2022

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Camberwell, London
26 days ago
Camberwell, London
26 days ago

Are you an Assistant Psychologist (or have a qualification eligible for graduate basis for chartership of the British Psychological Society)? Do you want to make a difference? Do you want to work in an environment where you can use your clinical skills and your creativity to achieve the best for people?


An opportunity has arisen for an Assistant Psychologist to be part of our multidisciplinary team, delivering comprehensive assessment and recovery focussed interventions to people who are directly or indirectly affected by homeslessness and substance use. 

 

Under the supervision of a senior HCPC registered Clinical Psychologist, the post holder work to ensure that people who use our services receive high quality care that adheres to best practice guidelines.  

 

Our model emphasises physical, psychological, and emotional safety and helps people to rebuild a sense of control and empowerment in their lives and in their communities. The post holder will work under the supervision of the Clinical Psychologist to ensure that psychological perspectives are central to everyone’s thinking. They will support the empowerment of teams and individuals to increase knowledge, skills, and professional confidence around the needs of the people who access our services. Through consultancy, reflective practice, team formulation, training and clinical case management, the post holder will help the wider team create an innovative and effective trauma-informed service.

 

Our values are to be compassionate, open, and bold.  

 

Does this sound like you? If so, please read the job description and we look forward to reading your application soon. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Dr Tori Snell, National Psychology via 

tori.snell@cgl.org.uk

 


CGL points 21 to 25 (£21605.22 - £24310.10)
Inner London Weighting (£3,757.62)
18/2/2021
Gareth Ernest | Gareth.Ernest@cgl.org.uk
This post is subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check at an enhanced level.
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Clinical or Counselling Psychologist (DBT)

National Health Service

Ealing, London
1 day ago
Ealing, London
£50k - £50k Per Year
1 day ago
£50k - £50k Per Year

Job Reference: J103-A-21-24716

Employer:
Cygnet Health Care
Department:
Ealing
Location:
Ealing
Salary:
Up to £50,000pa DOE

We are currently recruiting for a Clinical or Counselling Psychologist to join our team at Cygnet Hospital Ealing.
Cygnet Hospital Ealing provides a welcoming, non-institutional environment, offering personalised treatment for our service users over two wards. New Dawn Ward is a 9 bed specialist Tier 4 service, providing treatment, care and support for women with a personality disorder who are ready to engage in therapy. Sunrise Ward is a 14 bedded ward providing a highly specialised eating disorder service for women, including those with extremely low BMIs. Sunrise focuses on supporting service users to attain a healthy BMI and prepare for a return home.


The Opportunity…

The post holder will have a key role in providing specialist psychological assessments, interpretation from psychological tests, semi-structured interviews, and individual and group DBT therapy for services users on New Dawn ward. In addition to leading the DBT service, you will also consider potential risks and social needs of the client group, relevant to their diagnosis and providing least restrictive practice.

This role will be working as part of an established multidisciplinary team comprising of; a Consultant Psychiatrist, a Specialty Doctor, an Occupational Therapist, Nurses and Health Care Support Workers. You will be expected to offer psychological insight and knowledge around the clinical area and provide consultation about the psychological care of the client group to staff, families and other agencies.

As a senior member of the psychology team, you will have a pivotal role in training and clinical supervision of assistant psychologists, volunteers and trainee psychologists. You will provide specialist DBT awareness and training to other professionals in the hospital and regularly attend multidisciplinary and psychology departmental meetings as an integral part of your role. You will also have involvement in audit, policy and service development alongside your clinical responsibilities.
You will have…

  • A Doctorate Level Qualification (BPS route or equivalent) in Clinical or Counselling Psychology along with HCPC Registration
  • Preferably have inpatient experience within adult mental health
  • DBT Trained preferred
  • Knowledge and experience of various psychological assessment, treatment and therapies
  • The ability to work effectively as part of an multidisciplinary team


Why Cygnet? We'll offer you...

  • Salary: Up to £50,000pa (Depending on Experience)
  • Pension scheme
  • DBT Training
  • NHS and employee discount scheme
  • Free meals
  • Internal / external CPD and research opportunities
  • Expert clinical supervision and peer support
  • A comprehensive employee assistance programme
  • Opportunities to train inadditional therapies, broaden experience and enhance service development


Requirements:
Contracted hours: up to 40per week, Monday to Friday.

Please note: successful candidates will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS check.

What next?

CygnetHealth Care have been providing a national network of high quality specialist services for over 30 years.

If you care about making a difference – we want to talk to you!

Click the link to apply.


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Clinical Psychologist Specialising in Persistent Pain

National Health Service

Psychological services, London
3 days ago
Psychological services, London
£45.753k - £51.668k Per Year
3 days ago
£45.753k - £51.668k Per Year

Job Reference: 222-LS-PMS-57-A

Employer:
West London NHS Trust
Department:
Community Pain Service
Location:
Psychological services, Ealing
Salary:
£45,753 - £51,668 per annum plus London Weighting

West London NHS Trust is one of the most diverse providers of NHS mental and physical care in the UK. We are rated ‘good’ by the Care Quality Commission and ‘outstanding’ for caring and our forensic services.

We are here to care for people with mental and physical illness, helping them to recover and go on to lead full and productive lives. We aim to be the best organisation of our kind in the country.

We provide care and treatment for children, adults and older people living in the London boroughs of Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham and Hounslow, delivering services in the community (at home, in GP surgeries, care homes), hospital, specialist clinics and forensic (secure) units.

Our physical healthcare services include intermediate care services in Ealing as part of the Community Independence Service partnership.

Our national, specialist and forensic services include:

  • Medium secure services on the St Bernard’s Hospital site in Ealing
  • Services for people with complex and severe personality disorder at the Cassel Hospital in Richmond
  • High secure services at Broadmoor Hospital in Berkshire

We are a teaching Trust with a growing research portfolio, working with academic and industry partners.

Our 3400 staff are dedicated to improving lives, working with patients, service users, carers, families and partners across the communities we serve.


Clinical Psychologist with a Special interest in Chronic Pain: 8A

Integrated Care Service line: 1.0 WTE

(Part time appointments may be considered)

West London NHS Trust is looking for a Clinical psychologist specialising in chronic pain with an interest to potentially expand their experience in medically unexplained symptoms and chronic fatigue, including but not limited to those affected by ‘long Covid-19’. This is a new post created by the formation of Ealing Community Partners, a group of NHS, council and voluntary organisations working together to transform community health and care services within Ealing.

This is a unique opportunity to join a brand new Clinical Health and Neuropsychology community service. The service provides psychological support for adults referred to Ealing Community partners who have a range of conditions including chronic pain, musculoskeletal disorder, diabetes, pulmonary disease, acquired brain injury and neurological disorders.

We are looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic individual who will take a lead role in developing a new chronic pain pathway for patients referred primarily from musculoskeletal services, but this may also include referrals from other conditions involving pain, such as chronic fatigue in the future. The postholder will offer individual assessments, one-to-one therapeutic work and will be involved in the delivery of an evidence based pain management programme with the support of an assistant psychologist. They will work closely with their physiotherapy colleagues to identify suitable patients for psychological intervention, promote psychologically informed practice, and provide supervision, training and consultation on psychological aspects of pain management to other health professionals and psychologists in the service.

The role will include opportunties to carry out work with patients with a range of other health conditions and develop links with existing IAPT service in Ealing.

We are looking for someone who has excellent clinical skills, experience of working with chronic pain and long-term health conditions, the ability to communicate clearly to a wide range of professionals and an enthusiasm for service development. Experience of providing training and supervision to a variety of health professionals will be an advantage. Since this is a new service, experience or interest with engaging patients and other stakeholders in co-designing and improving the service is also a plus.

There will be access to regular clinical supervision from a senior clinical health psychologist, and a wide variety of CPD opportunities.

For further details please contact:

Dr. Lindsay Ip, Consultant Clinical Health Psychologist at lindsay.ip@nhs.net or Ruth Dennis, Head of Psychology for the Psychological Medicine Service Line via ruth.dennis@nhs.net

For further details / informal visits contact: NameDr. Lindsay IpJob titleConsultant Clinical Health PsychologistEmail addresslindsay.ip@nhs.netAdditional contact informationRuth Dennis,Head of Psychology for the Psychological Medicine Service Lineruth.dennis@nhs.net

We reserve the right to close adverts prior to the closing date stated should we receive a high volume of applications. If you do not hear back from us within three weeks of the closing date, please assume that you have not been short-listed on this occasion.

All staff identified as at-risk and who meet the requirements of the post will be prioritised accordingly.

We offer Relocation packages for some positions (including Band 5 and Band 6 Nurses) - a relocation allowance of up to £8000 is offered for those who meet a required criteria.

Registered Nurses are required to produce their current NMC Revalidation documents/Portfolio at the assessment centre for verification, unless you are a newly qualified nurse from University.

By applying for this post you are agreeing to West London NHS Trust transferring the information contained in this application to its preferred applicant management system. If you are offered a job, you will be required to undergo a pre-employment check which can take between 4-8 weeks. After which your information will also be transferred into the national NHS Electronic Staff Records system

Please ensure you include professional email addresses and contact numbers for your referees which MUST be at supervisory or managerial capacity covering the last 3 years of employment to date to avoid delay in the recruitment process. If your current/most recent organisation is an NHS trust, we will be requesting one reference from your current line manager/HR department.

West London NHS Trust is committed to safeguarding of all children and vulnerable adults, eliminating discrimination for all groups and achieving equality of opportunity regardless of age, disability, gender, race, religion or belief and sexuality. We aim to create a workforce that is representative of the communities we serve at all levels of seniority within the Trust. We are therefore particularly interested in receiving applications from people from ethnic minority backgrounds’.

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Clinical Psychologist

National Health Service

Potters Bar, HC
5 days ago
Potters Bar, HC
£50k - £50k Per Year
5 days ago
£50k - £50k Per Year

Job Reference: J265-1596

Employer:
Elysium Healthcare
Location:
Potters Bar
Salary:
£50,000 Pro Rata

Are you an experienced Clinical Psychologist looking for a rewarding career, where you can make a difference and change lives for the better? If so, join the team at Potters Bar Clinic and enjoy support from a regional network of psychologists.
There is a strong emphasis on teamwork, as you work as part of a multidisciplinary team at Potters Bar Clinic where you will provide care for young people with acute mental health needs and personality disorders in an established 24-hour care environment. The CAMHS Tier 4 Low Secure services are for young people aged 13–18.
As a Clinical Psychologist, you will have experience and knowledge in carrying a service user’s caseload, including assessing complex needs and designing and delivering specialist psychological treatments to support their care plans.
Reporting directly to the Therapy Lead, you will be responsible for individual and group interventions, diagnostic and cognitive assessments, MDT working and risk assessments. You will also facilitate staff reflective practice sessions and be requested to design and deliver training, including supervising Assistant Psychologists across the CAMHS and adult wards.
A range of training opportunities are available that can see your career grow and you achieve your career aspirations.
Your responsibilities:

  • Undertake psychometric testing using appropriate clinical measures.
  • To provide specialist interventions to formulations based on conceptual framework, NICE guidelines, evidence from research and wider MDT formulation and interventions.
  • Monitor risk of all service users for whom there is direct contact.
  • Offer clinical services to people on the Adult Wards alongside the Consultant Psychiatrist.

To be successful in this role, you'll need:

  • BPS accredited post graduate in clinical psychology.
  • Registration with the HCPC.
  • 4 years post qualifying experience.
  • CAMHs and mental health experience.

What you will get:

  • Annual salary of up to £50,000 (dependent on experience)
  • The equivalent of 33 days annual leave – plus your birthday off!
  • Free meals and parking
  • Wellbeing support and activities
  • Career development and training
  • Pension contribution
  • Life Assurance
  • Enhanced Maternity Package

There is also a range of other benefits including retail discounts and special offers, car leasing without a credit check, holiday financing and much more.

About your next employer

You will be working for an established, stable and agile company with a unique approach to the delivery of care. With a network of over 70 services across England and Wales, providing four services including: Mental Health, Neurological, Learning Disabilities & Autism, Children & Education, there is an opportunity for you to grow and move with Elysium.
Elysium Healthcare follows safer recruitment of staff for all appointments. It is a requirement that all staff understand it is each person’s individual responsibility and are committed to promoting and safeguarding the welfare of service users. Candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS disclosure.


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Clinical Psychologist Specialising in Persistent Pain

National Health Service

Psychological services, London
3 days ago
Psychological services, London
£45.753k - £51.668k Per Year
3 days ago
£45.753k - £51.668k Per Year

Job Reference: 222-LS-PMS-57-A

Employer:
West London NHS Trust
Department:
Community Pain Service
Location:
Psychological services, Ealing
Salary:
£45,753 - £51,668 per annum plus London Weighting

West London NHS Trust is one of the most diverse providers of NHS mental and physical care in the UK. We are rated ‘good’ by the Care Quality Commission and ‘outstanding’ for caring and our forensic services.

We are here to care for people with mental and physical illness, helping them to recover and go on to lead full and productive lives. We aim to be the best organisation of our kind in the country.

We provide care and treatment for children, adults and older people living in the London boroughs of Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham and Hounslow, delivering services in the community (at home, in GP surgeries, care homes), hospital, specialist clinics and forensic (secure) units.

Our physical healthcare services include intermediate care services in Ealing as part of the Community Independence Service partnership.

Our national, specialist and forensic services include:

  • Medium secure services on the St Bernard’s Hospital site in Ealing
  • Services for people with complex and severe personality disorder at the Cassel Hospital in Richmond
  • High secure services at Broadmoor Hospital in Berkshire

We are a teaching Trust with a growing research portfolio, working with academic and industry partners.

Our 3400 staff are dedicated to improving lives, working with patients, service users, carers, families and partners across the communities we serve.


Clinical Psychologist with a Special interest in Chronic Pain: 8A

Integrated Care Service line: 1.0 WTE

(Part time appointments may be considered)

West London NHS Trust is looking for a Clinical psychologist specialising in chronic pain with an interest to potentially expand their experience in medically unexplained symptoms and chronic fatigue, including but not limited to those affected by ‘long Covid-19’. This is a new post created by the formation of Ealing Community Partners, a group of NHS, council and voluntary organisations working together to transform community health and care services within Ealing.

This is a unique opportunity to join a brand new Clinical Health and Neuropsychology community service. The service provides psychological support for adults referred to Ealing Community partners who have a range of conditions including chronic pain, musculoskeletal disorder, diabetes, pulmonary disease, acquired brain injury and neurological disorders.

We are looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic individual who will take a lead role in developing a new chronic pain pathway for patients referred primarily from musculoskeletal services, but this may also include referrals from other conditions involving pain, such as chronic fatigue in the future. The postholder will offer individual assessments, one-to-one therapeutic work and will be involved in the delivery of an evidence based pain management programme with the support of an assistant psychologist. They will work closely with their physiotherapy colleagues to identify suitable patients for psychological intervention, promote psychologically informed practice, and provide supervision, training and consultation on psychological aspects of pain management to other health professionals and psychologists in the service.

The role will include opportunties to carry out work with patients with a range of other health conditions and develop links with existing IAPT service in Ealing.

We are looking for someone who has excellent clinical skills, experience of working with chronic pain and long-term health conditions, the ability to communicate clearly to a wide range of professionals and an enthusiasm for service development. Experience of providing training and supervision to a variety of health professionals will be an advantage. Since this is a new service, experience or interest with engaging patients and other stakeholders in co-designing and improving the service is also a plus.

There will be access to regular clinical supervision from a senior clinical health psychologist, and a wide variety of CPD opportunities.

For further details please contact:

Dr. Lindsay Ip, Consultant Clinical Health Psychologist at lindsay.ip@nhs.net or Ruth Dennis, Head of Psychology for the Psychological Medicine Service Line via ruth.dennis@nhs.net

For further details / informal visits contact: NameDr. Lindsay IpJob titleConsultant Clinical Health PsychologistEmail addresslindsay.ip@nhs.netAdditional contact informationRuth Dennis,Head of Psychology for the Psychological Medicine Service Lineruth.dennis@nhs.net

We reserve the right to close adverts prior to the closing date stated should we receive a high volume of applications. If you do not hear back from us within three weeks of the closing date, please assume that you have not been short-listed on this occasion.

All staff identified as at-risk and who meet the requirements of the post will be prioritised accordingly.

We offer Relocation packages for some positions (including Band 5 and Band 6 Nurses) - a relocation allowance of up to £8000 is offered for those who meet a required criteria.

Registered Nurses are required to produce their current NMC Revalidation documents/Portfolio at the assessment centre for verification, unless you are a newly qualified nurse from University.

By applying for this post you are agreeing to West London NHS Trust transferring the information contained in this application to its preferred applicant management system. If you are offered a job, you will be required to undergo a pre-employment check which can take between 4-8 weeks. After which your information will also be transferred into the national NHS Electronic Staff Records system

Please ensure you include professional email addresses and contact numbers for your referees which MUST be at supervisory or managerial capacity covering the last 3 years of employment to date to avoid delay in the recruitment process. If your current/most recent organisation is an NHS trust, we will be requesting one reference from your current line manager/HR department.

West London NHS Trust is committed to safeguarding of all children and vulnerable adults, eliminating discrimination for all groups and achieving equality of opportunity regardless of age, disability, gender, race, religion or belief and sexuality. We aim to create a workforce that is representative of the communities we serve at all levels of seniority within the Trust. We are therefore particularly interested in receiving applications from people from ethnic minority backgrounds’.

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Clinical Psychologist / Counselling Psychologist / CAMHS Practitioner

National Health Service

Maudsley Hospital, London
3 days ago
Maudsley Hospital, London
£38.89k - £44.503k Per Year
3 days ago
£38.89k - £44.503k Per Year

Job Reference: 334-CHI-2949046-GB

Employer:
South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services
Location:
Maudsley Hospital, Denmark Hill, London, SE5 8AZ, London
Salary:
£38,890 - £44,503 pa inc plus Inner London HCAS

South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust has a rich history, well-established community links and an international reputation. We deliver specialist services in the London boroughs of Croydon, Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark, Bexley, Bromley and Greenwich.

We are committed to providing high quality and specialist care to our service users and we are recognised for the care and treatment we provide. The Care Quality Commission already rates our services as ‘good’.

Our Values

We take pride in providing specialist care to our service users, where our Trust values and our promise to be caring, kind, polite, prompt, honest, listen and do what I say I’m going to do, is at the heart of everything we do. When you join us, you’ll be part of something special.


Please note that we are willing to accept secondment requests, you will need to obtain your current line managers permission beforehand.

About the team:

The National & Specialist CAMHS Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) Service is a well-established and supportive team based at the Michael Rutter Centre, Maudsley Hospital. The multi-disciplinary service consists of Clinical and Counselling Psychologists, a Senior Systemic Psychotherapist, a Consultant Psychiatrist and an Assistant Psychologist. The service accepts referrals within South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, Greater London Boroughs and Nationally.

As a service, we offer an intensive psychological assessment and treatment programme, including weekly skills groups for parents/carers and the adolescents. Young people aged 13-17 years, with a history of self-harm and suicidal behaviour and traits of emerging Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), are eligible for the programme. The service also offers trauma-focused interventions where needed for those who are able to complete the first stage of DBT and we regularly treat young people with other comorbidities including eating difficulties, anxiety disorders and depression.

DBT is a NICE guideline recommended evidence-based therapy. DBT has been shown to be effective with clients with suicidal behaviours and symptoms associated with emerging BPD (e.g. impulsive behaviours, emotional dysregulation, difficulties with relationships etc.). The treatment targets self-harm behaviours and other high risk behaviours and helps people to manage their emotions, improve their relationships with others and to cope with difficult thoughts and feelings.

About the role:

The post holder will provide specialist DBT to the service users of the National and Specialist CAMHS DBT Service including specialist assessment and intervention for young people. They will also contribute to service evaluation and audits, policy development, and research in the area of self-harm and emerging Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) / emerging Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder (EUPD), and provide clinical supervision, teaching, training, and consultation as appropriate. We would welcome applications from any of the following job roles: Clinical Psychologist, Counselling Psychologist, Family Therapist, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Occupational Therapist, CAMHS Practitioner or DBT Therapist.

The role is within a well-established and committed team that offers a Band 7 clinicians a range of opportunities including:

  • Formal DBT training, if not already trained in DBT
  • Friendly and supportive multi-disciplinary team
  • Highly experienced clinicians who are keen to support your wellbeing at work and your professional development
  • Manageable caseloads, in recognition of the complexity and intensity of the work
  • Frequent individual supervision, weekly team consultation, and ad-hoc support available from colleagues within the team on a daily basis as required
  • Multi-modal treatment programme that will provide you with opportunities to develop your knowledge and expertise of individual therapy, group work, family work and care coordination with complex clients and their parents/carers
  • Clear, evidence-based therapeutic framework for working effectively with clients who engage in high risk behaviours (e.g. self-harm and suicidal behaviours) which will help you to build your confidence and competence in working with risk
  • Potential for further, specialist training in treatments for complex PTSD
  • Supervisor training and potential to supervise trainees and assistant psychologists
  • Involvement in the design and delivery of teaching and training packages to a variety of agencies including the NHS, schools, universities and the voluntary sector
  • Opportunities to become involved, and lead on, research projects (quantitative and qualitative)
  • Possibility of extension of fixed term-contract

About the location:

The National and Specialist Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services within the South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust are based at the Michael Rutter Centre on the Maudsley Hospital site. These services have a formidable reputation nationally and internationally. The National and Specialist out-patient service treats children who suffer from autism, hyperkinetic disorders, developmental disorders with associated emotional and behavioural problems, children with antisocial behaviour, oppositional defiant behaviour, children with eating disorders, depressed children, children with obsessive compulsive disorder, traumatic stress in childhood. There are child and adolescent forensic psychiatry and psychology teams, staff who specialise in fostering and adoption and staff who research and treat genetic disorders.

These services are located at Denmark Hill, less than 5 minutes from the train station (zone 2). We also provide services and operate across other locations, such as London boroughs of Croydon, Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark; and substance misuse services for residents of Bexley, Lambeth, Greenwich and Wandsworth.

Benefits:

We are committed to ensuring our staff get the most out of their benefits package and understand the importance of a healthy work life balance. There is an extensive range of excellent benefits for you and your family. We want you to feel like you are part of a close-knit team at SLaM. It’s important to us that you feel valued and appreciated and that is why we have a comprehensive benefits package on offer.

Some of our benefits are highlighted here:

  • Generous pay, pensions and leave. We offer a comprehensive pay, pensions and leave package which is dependent on the role and length of service.
  • Work life balance. We support a range of flexible working options, such as: part-time working and job shari



The Trust is committed to providing services which embrace diversity and that promote equality of opportunity. We are a Disability Confident Employer, we welcome applicants from all sections of the community and people of all protected characteristics. We provide reasonable adjustments for candidates with a disability and are committed to treating people fairly with compassion, respect and dignity and in promoting equality and human rights. We aim to put this commitment into practice by:

  • Embedding our commitment to tackling inequality, eliminating discrimination and harassment; promoting equality of opportunity and fostering good relations in our everyday practice
  • Ensuring that all our services and all staff understand and support our commitment
  • We believe that people who use our services, their carers and our staff, should be treated with compassion, respect and dignity

Please note:

  • That all applications for this post will need to be made online
  • That you read and understand the Job Description and Personal Specification attached to the role. Your Statement in Support should reflect the requirements specified as your application will be judged against these criteria
  • That the closing date listed is a guide only and that the vacancy may close earlier should sufficient number of applicants have been received. We advise that you submit your application as early as possible
  • That once you have submitted your application you agree to your application being transferred to a 3rd party e-recruitment system. All subsequent information regarding your application will be generated from apps.trac.jobs
  • That should you not have heard from us within three weeks from the closing date your application has not successful
  • That priority consideration for applications may be given to at-risk NHS employees
  • That we are a smoke-free Trust
  • SLaM is a Stonewall Diversity Champion , Stonewall is the largest Lesbian, Gay, Bi and Trans (LGBT) rights charity in Europe’

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CAMHS Psychologist

National Health Service

Taplow, HC
4 days ago
Taplow, HC
£38.376k - £42.295k Per Year
4 days ago
£38.376k - £42.295k Per Year

Job Reference: J123-1085--MAIDENHEAD

Employer:
The Huntercombe Group
Location:
Taplow, near Maidenhead & Slough
Salary:
£38,376.00 - £42,295.50 per annum

Huntercombe Hospital Maidenhead is the UKs largest specialist Hospital for inpatient CAMHS, serving NHS funded patients, and these positions present an opportunity to work with a leading team in child and adolescent mental health. We support young people who are experiencing significant mental health difficulties requiring inpatient admission. We have a total of 60 beds across four wards: 2 PICU wards (Psychiatric Intensive Care), one GAU (General Adolescent Unit), and one Specialist Eating Disorder Ward. We have recently been rated as “good” by CQC and “good” by Ofsted.

We would be delighted to speak to you If you’ve previously worked for the NHS
The Huntercombe group is one of the country’s leading specialist healthcare providers, with hospitals and centres throughout England and Scotland, delivering wide-ranging services in adult mental health and learning disabilities, specialist brain injury, and child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) including services for those with eating disorders and social care for children with additional needs. Our aspiration is to nurture the world, one person at a time and that’s why everything we do is designed to provide the best care and recovery for our patients and residents.
Tamar Ward is a 10-bed GAU for both male and female patients aged 12-18. Tamar supports young people detained under the Mental Health Act as well as informal patients who are experiencing periods of distress which cannot be safely managed in a community CAMHS setting. The MDT provides assessment, formulation and intervention until young people can safely step-down to a community setting.
We are seeking to recruit a highly motivated, innovative Clinical or Counselling Psychologist to join our well-established therapies team. Currently we comprise Clinical and Counselling Psychologists, Assistant Psychologists, Family Therapists and Systemic Practitioners, Dieticians, Physiotherapists, Creative Therapists, and Occupational Therapists and would like to hear from individuals who would welcome opportunities to work with us to provide the best possible care for our young people.
The successful applicant will be a Clinical or Counselling Psychologist and will be keen to apply their existing skills to working in a Tier 4 setting with young people and their families. They will be interested in the application of evidence-based approaches to our population and keen to engage in evidence-generating practice. The applicant will value working as part of a multi-disciplinary team (MDT) and will understand the importance of working alongside MDTs to achieve the best possible outcomes for young people.
We are seeking to recruit a practitioner who has demonstrable skills in engaging individuals in and working in a person-centred way to support them in achieving their goals. The applicant will recognise the value of group and individual therapy in achieving these aims, as well as working with the wider MDT to ensure that a shared formulation is held in young people’s professional networks both within and outside the hospital. The successful applicant will have a strong commitment to advocating for young people and families and ensuring that their needs and wishes remain at the centre of their care plans.
The post-holder will be expected to work at an appropriate level of autonomy alongside senior members of the team and be involved in day-to-day decision making on the ward.
We are recruiting for a full-time (37.5 hours per week) position but would consider applicants with a preference for part-time hours.
We are seeking to recruit an individual who is committed to improving the well-being of young people and families as well as their colleagues.

In return we can offer you:
• The chance to work with innovative, passionate teams who value Psychology and are committed to achieving the best possible outcomes for those in their care
• An organisation committed to offering CPD opportunities to its staff and developing them in their roles
• A thorough induction programme tailored to the ward and hospital
• Clear pay structure, with competitive rates
• Generous annual leave entitlement
• Sick pay of 4 weeks full pay and 4 weeks half pay
• The opportunity to participate in a company contributory pension scheme with up to 3% matching contributions
• Maternity leave at 3 months full pay and 3 months half pay
• 2 weeks paid paternity leave
• Shared parental leave, matching the maternity leave benefit
• Death in service benefit equivalent to 2 x salary
• A range of staff discounts
• Opportunities for training and development
• Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)


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26 days ago

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Are you an Assistant Psychologist (or have a qualification eligible for graduate basis for chartership of the British Psychological Society)? Do you want to make a difference? Do you want to work in an environment where you can use your clinical skills and your creativity to achieve the best for people?


An opportunity has arisen for an Assistant Psychologist to be part of our multidisciplinary team, delivering comprehensive assessment and recovery focussed interventions to people who are directly or indirectly affected by homeslessness and substance use. 

 

Under the supervision of a senior HCPC registered Clinical Psychologist, the post holder work to ensure that people who use our services receive high quality care that adheres to best practice guidelines.  

 

Our model emphasises physical, psychological, and emotional safety and helps people to rebuild a sense of control and empowerment in their lives and in their communities. The post holder will work under the supervision of the Clinical Psychologist to ensure that psychological perspectives are central to everyone’s thinking. They will support the empowerment of teams and individuals to increase knowledge, skills, and professional confidence around the needs of the people who access our services. Through consultancy, reflective practice, team formulation, training and clinical case management, the post holder will help the wider team create an innovative and effective trauma-informed service.

 

Our values are to be compassionate, open, and bold.  

 

Does this sound like you? If so, please read the job description and we look forward to reading your application soon. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Dr Tori Snell, National Psychology via 

tori.snell@cgl.org.uk

 


CGL points 21 to 25 (£21605.22 - £24310.10)
Inner London Weighting (£3,757.62)

18/2/2021
Gareth Ernest | Gareth.Ernest@cgl.org.uk

This post is subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check at an enhanced level.
Source: Change Grow Live