MHST EMHP or CYPWP
Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
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MHST Children and Young People Wellbeing Practitioner
Milton Keynes Mental Health Support Team is looking for a Qualified EMHP or CYPWP who has experience of working with Children and Young People in Mental Health Services in the provision of individual and group treatments. We seek to appoint an enthusiastic and vibrant individual who is passionate about improving health outcomes for children and young people.
You will work alongside other EMHPs and CYPWPs, Mental Health Practitioners and a Senior Practitioner to support the wellbeing and mental health needs of 17 Bletchley schools and colleges.
Applicants must be a Qualified Education Mental Health Practitioner (EMHP) or a Children and Young People Wellbeing Practitioner (CYP WP) with experience of working with CYP in Mental Health Services in the provision of both individual and group treatments. Mental health professionals with post graduate training in a recognised therapy modality and experience of working with CYP may also apply.
Main duties of the job
You will be part of a successfully established Wave 1 Mental Health Support Team (MHST) created to increase access and availability of mental health and wellbeing support for children and young people and to play a key part in a team of people delivering low intensity interventions into schools and other settings in the Bletchley area of Milton Keynes..
You will undertake assessments of children and young people and deliver evidence based low intensity group and individual interventions to children and young people with mild to moderate anxiety and depression and/or behavioural difficulties and their families and carers. You will also provide training and consultation to schools and other agencies about mental health in children and young people and support schools in identifying specific areas of need as part of the whole school approach to mental health.
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Assess and deliver outcome focused, evidence-based interventions in educational settings for children and young people experiencing mild to moderate mental health difficulties, working at all times in collaboration with and giving respect to the education function of the setting in which the post-holder is deployed.
Work in partnership to support children and young people experiencing mild to moderate mental health difficulties and their parents/carers, families and educators in the self-management of presenting difficulties.
Work in effective, evidence-based partnership with children, young people, their families and their educators in the development of plans for the intervention and agreed outcomes.
Support and empower children, young people, their parents/carers and families and their educators to make informed choices about the interventions being offered.
Education and Qualifications
Attitudes, aptitudes, personal characteristics
Disclosure and Barring Service Check
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.
Certificate of Sponsorship
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