Clinical Counselling Psychologist

Posted 18 September by NHS Business Services Authority

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a clinical or counselling psychologist with the capability to deliver evidence-based and evidence-led interventions for people who are presenting with complex non psychosis. .

We are currently offering one three day post in the borough of Redbridge NELFT.

This post is aimed at enhancing Redbridge MAP (mood, anxiety and personality disorder) pathway to deliver an evidence-based service, responsive to the needs of our service users.

The post holder will work as a core member of the multi-disciplinary team for the Access assessment and brief intervention service offering CBT /EMDR evidence based interventions via group and individual therapy.

We are looking for psychologists that are able and committed to working in partnership with service users and Multi-disciplinary teams

The post holder will be part of a well-established and supportive psychological therapies service.

The post holder will receive supervision from a senior psychologist and we are committed to supporting identified training and practice development needs.

We are currently offering therapy via digital platforms which has been successfully accepted by clients, however there will at some point be a requirement to work within a NHS building.

Applicants should have:

Doctoral level training in clinical/counselling psychology and registration with the Health Professions Council

Experience of working in an evidence-based way with clients presenting with complex non psychosis.

Experience of working in multi-disciplinary service context.

Post holders will have pro rata session per week CPD.

The psychology service regularly takes doctoral level clinical and counselling psychology trainees from London universities. The Trust has a positive commitment to training and development and expects its psychology staff to engage in helping to modernise the skills of the workforce. Psychological therapies are highly regarded and seen as pivotal in supporting the roll out of NICE guidance and other Department of Health requirements.

We would consider applications from trainees due to qualify this year, if on a recognised training course and due to finish in September.

For informal enquiries please contact:

Name: Jane basher

Job Title: Telephone number: e-mail address:Jane.basher@nelft.nhs.uk

For further details / informal visits contact:

NameJane basherJob titleSecondary care pathway lead psychologist Redbridge.Email addressJane.basher@nelft.nhs.ukTelephone number

Reference: 40909633

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