Clinical Psychologist/Counselling Psychologist/CBT therapist
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Open Door is an NHS commissioned voluntary sector service based in Haringey, North London, providing a range of therapeutic services for young people aged 12-24.
We are recruiting a Clinical Psychologist/Counselling Psychologist/CBT Therapist to undertake a range of clinical work and to provide leadership and supervision for a small team of Psychologists, Emotional Wellbeing Practitioners and school counsellors
This is an exciting opportunity to join a multi-disciplinary team of talented clinicians dedicated to improving the lives of adolescents and young adults.
We are recruiting a 0.6 (FTE) / 22.5 hours per week Clinical Psychologist, Counselling Psychologist or CBT Psychotherapist with third wave training and experience. We would also welcome applications from accredited Integrative Psychotherapists with a CBT specialism. They must be fully registered with the BPS, BABPC or HCPC.
Salary: £46,000 - £51,000 (pro rata) permanent
Main duties of the job
To provide CBT, with an emphasis on third wave approaches, assessment and treatment for young people between the ages of 12 and 24 experiencing a range of mental health and emotional difficulties.
To provide leadership, clinical and line supervision to a small psychology team which may include Counselling Psychologists, Integrative Psychotherapists, Emotional Wellbeing Practitioners, Child Wellbeing Practitioners and School Counsellors.
To be part of the Senior Clinical Management Team.
To provide trauma-informed treatment and supervision within Open Doors New Narratives Project working with young people and families affected by serious youth violence.
To participate in and contribute to the development of Open Doors programmes of audit, evaluation and research and assist and support service users to contribute and participate. To contribute to the production of evaluation reports and dissemination of the project.
This is a senior management role within a friendly and highly dedicated service.
Open Door is a relatively small organisation, and good team relationships are important in our working environment. All the professionals working at Open Door are expected to co-operate with their colleagues in the provision of treatment and consultation, to attend meetings concerning Open Doors policy, administration and case discussions, and to contribute towards and participate in the general development of Open Door.
Please refer to attached Job Description and Person Specification. This role involves key areas of:
1) Monitoring and Evaluation of Risk
3) New services and projects
5) Teaching, Training and Supervision
6) Continued Professional Development
7) Research and Audit
Skills and Competencies
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.
Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).
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12 August 2021
£46,000 to £51,000 a year