Chartered Clinical, Counselling or Forensic Psychologist – IMPACT

    Turning Point
    Applications closing date: 01/01/2022
    Swindon & Wiltshire, United Kingdom
    Job Type
    Closing Date
    Work Hours
    37 hours per week
    Job Salary
    Up to £37,550 (Pro-Rata)
    Salary Units


    “Newly Qualified Applications Considered”

    Part Time – 2 Days Per Week / 14 Hours Per Week

    As we have adapted our service delivery model in response to COVID-19 and alongside Public Health England guidance, we have developed new technology and approaches to deliver services in ways that ensure we continue to deliver services that are both safe and effective for service users and staff alike. The successful candidate will be expected to embrace new approaches alongside more traditional methods.

    You will offer clinical guidance, training and leadership to a team that delivers psycho-social interventions to both individuals and groups. You will use your expertise to build on a range of innovative approaches with people who use substances. In addition to being responsible for the systematic governance of these and other services, you will offer practical advice on CBT and other evidence-based psychological interventions to colleagues as well as local agencies and organisations. Inspiring, developing and coordinating everyone on your team will of course, be a vital part of your role. We will also expect you to have a small caseload of service users with complex needs, providing specialist psychological assessments and therapies.

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