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Clinical Psychologist

National Health Service

St Bartholomew's Hospital, London
3 days ago
St Bartholomew's Hospital, London
£45.78k - £51.393k Per Year
3 days ago
£45.78k - £51.393k Per Year

Job Reference: 259-2967165SBH

Employer:
Barts Health NHS Trust
Department:
Clinical Psychology
Location:
St Bartholomew's Hospital, London
Salary:
£45,780 - £51,393 per annum inc

Barts Health is one of the largest NHS trusts in the country, and one of Britain’s leading healthcare providers.

The Barts Health group of NHS hospitals is entering an exciting new era on our improvement journey to becoming an outstanding organisation with a world-class clinical reputation. Having lifted ourselves out of special measures, we now have the impetus and breathing space to chart a fresh course in which we are continually striving to improve all our services for patients.

Our vision is to be a high-performing group of NHS hospitals, renowned for excellence and innovation, and providing safe and compassionate care to our patients in east London and beyond. That means being a provider of excellent patient safety, known for delivering consistently high standards of harm-free care and always caring for patients in the right place at the right time. It also means being an outstanding place to work, in which our WeCare values and behaviours are visible to all and guide us in how we work together.


We have an exciting opportunity for three full time, permanent, band 7 clinical psychologists to join our growing clinical psychology service for adults who receive treatment at the Barts Heart Centre at St Bartholomew’s Hospital (which is part of Bartshealth NHS Trust).

The Bart’s Heart Centre (BHC) Clinical Psychology Service works with adult patients and their families who live with an acute or chronic cardiac condition and those who require a critical care admission (predominantly cardio-thoracic and cancer related). It also provides a range of support structures for staff who look after these patients. Specifically these patients are under the care of specialist multidisciplinary teams within the Bart’s Heart Centre, including the adult congenital heart service (GUCH), The Heart Attack Centre (HAC); The Adult Critical Care Unit (ACCU); Heart Failure, Electrophysiology, Inherited Cardiovascular Conditions and the Chest Wall Service. The post holder will be working with adults who have life limiting and life-threatening conditions.

The service is managed by a consultant clinical psychologist who is responsible for leading and developing the clinical psychology provision for cardiac and critical care patients, and coordinating support for the staff who look after those patients across the Heart Centre at St Bartholomew’s Hospital. Within the service, there are also four service lead clinical psychologists, each coordinating psychology provision for their area of the Heart Centre, who will provide the line management and clinical supervision for the three band 7 post holders.

We operate within a mixed model, i.e. specialty attached psychologists embedded within their respective medical teams with centralised referral allocation and discussion so that workload can be shared evenly between psychologists and allocated according to skill mix and case complexity. The band 7 postholders will pick up psychology referrals from specialist teams across the BHC and will work closely with the psychology service leads as well as the consultant service lead, allowing for a good balance of autonomy and support in line with their stage in career development. These posts are varied and exciting roles with lots of opportunity for service development and research as well as providing specialist clinical psychology input through direct work (with inpatients and outpatients) and indirect work through consultation to the wider multidisciplinary team. The Barts Heart Centre Teams are very welcoming, and they really value psychology input for their patients and staff.

There is also a wider team of clinical psychologists, on the St Bartholomew’s site, working in cancer and palliative care and respiratory services with lots of opportunity for peer support, joint case working when a specialty overlap exists and shared service development on common themes across the hospital, for example, staff support.

The clinical psychology service which started as a 12 month project for congenital heart patients in 2017 has been extended and developed over the past three years and now provides an established service to the Barts Heart Centre with a structure that allows for appropriate supervision, line management, leadership and career development.

We would welcome applicants who are qualified as well as those who are due to qualify from clinical training in Autumn 2021. Interested applicants are strongly advised to contact Dr Vicky Kelly (Consultant Clinical Psychologist) to arrange a time to discuss the post by emailing her on: vicky.kelly3@nhs.net.

For further details / informal visits contact:

NameVicky KellyJob titleConsultant Clinical PsychologistEmail addressvicky.kelly3@nhs.net



We strive to live by our WeCare values and are committed to promoting inclusion, where every staff member has a sense of belonging. We value our differences and fully advocate, cultivate and support an inclusive working environment where staff treat one another with dignity and respect. We aim to create an equitable working environment where every individual can fulfil their potential.

Our people strategy for 2019-2022 sets out our priorities and an action plan to meet our ambition. In this strategy, we set out the deal we are offering to you in return for living and breathing our values so that they shape everything that you do every single day.

As an Equal Opportunities Employer we actively support applications from individuals’ who apply under the Guaranteed Interview Scheme and will process your application as appropriate.

We reserve the right to expire vacancies prior to the advertised closing date once a sufficient number of applications has been received and we regret that we are unable to provide notification if your application is unsuccessful.
After applying via NHS Jobs, your submitted application will be imported into our preferred Third party recruitment system. All subsequent information regarding your application will be generated from apps.trac.jobs.
By applying for this post you are agreeing to Barts Heath NHS Trust transferring the information contained in this application to its preferred applicant management system. If you are offered a job, information will also be transferred into the national NHS Electronic Staff Records system.
Barts Health is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and to child protection. The Trust aims to ensure as far as is possible that anyone, paid or unpaid, who seeks to work in our organisation and who gains access to children, is safe to do so. As such, you may be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Check as part of the recruitment process if appointed to a post with direct access to children or vulnerable adults.

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Band 7 Clinical Psychologist

National Health Service

78 Lewisham Park, London
5 days ago
78 Lewisham Park, London
£42.193k - £42.193k Per Year
5 days ago
£42.193k - £42.193k Per Year

Job Reference: J11-37436

Employer:
NHS Professionals - Flexible Workers
Department:
Lew Children Looked After CLCLA
Location:
78 Lewisham Park, London SE13 6QJ
Salary:
£25.10 exc holiday pay

**PLEASE NOTE THIS IS TO APPLY TO JOIN NHS PROFESSIONALS’ ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS BANK**

Job Title and Grade: Band 7 Clinical Psychologist

Location/Trust: South London And Maudsley, Lewisham Park, 78

Department Covered: Lew Children Looked After CLCLA

Pay Rates: Days: FULL TIME 37.5 hours – MONDAY-FRIDAY 9AM-5PM

£25.10 EXC Holiday Pay

Placement Ref/ID: 37436

The Role:

Would you like to be part of a team that has a real supportive and inclusive ethos and sense of community, in a Trust rated ‘Outstanding’ in a recent CQC report, working in a location with all the benefits of coast and country living with the convenience of big city life?

If you answered ‘yes’ to the above, we’d love to hear from you!

We have long term placement opportunities available for a Band 7 Clinical Psychologist- available at South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.

Information and Requirements

- Knowledge of EPJs and using the Microsoft office Package

- Experience using Microsoft Teams

- To provide a specialist psychology service to Symbol Therapy Team for Children Looked After and Adopted Children in Lewisham CAMHS, including specialist assessment, treatment, planning, implementation and monitoring of outcomes

- To contribute to enabling other staff, service users and carers from diverse backgrounds to flourish by working to create a psychologically safe environment

- To provide clinical supervision and consultation as appropriate

- To undertake service evaluation, audit and research

- To work as an autonomous professional within BPS and HCPC guidelines and codes of conduct, and guided by the policies and procedures of the service, taking responsibility for own work including treatment and discharge decisions with support of clinical supervisor

- All applicants will require professional registration with a statutory body: the Nursing Midwifery Council, General Social care council, Health professional's council, Chartered Clinical Psychologists by BPS, ACP or UKCP

In return for your hard work commitment NHS Professionals (NHSP) can offer you some fantastic benefits: –

  • Competitive Pay Rates - work this week, get paid next week!
  • First choice of placements at over 50 NHS Trusts in England
  • Dedicated consultants
  • Flexible working options
  • Free DBS and free training
  • Build holiday allowance
  • Support when you need it – 24/7 365 days – Call us anytime on 03330 144 370
  • Stakeholder pension scheme

Who are NHS Professionals?

NHS Professionals (NHSP), owned by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), works in partnership with hospital trusts to provide a bank of highly skilled temporary workers who want to work flexibly within the NHS.

Working through the NHSP bank means Trusts don’t have to rely on expensive agencies. Right now, we have over 130,000 members registered on our bank from various roles, grades and specialities, saving the NHS over £70 million each year. This money is then reinvested back into the NHS.

Register today for various flexible working options and long term placement opportunities.

For more information on the roles or details on how to join NHS Professionals, simply get in touch with Abigail Dearing on 03330144370 or abby.dearing@nhsprofessionals.nhs.uk

We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Disclaimer

Please note, you will be contacted by email throughout the recruitment process, so please check your emails, including your junk/spam regularly. We regret we cannot contact everyone who is not selected for an interview, therefore if you do not hear from us within 21 days after submitting your application, please assume you have not been successful on this occasion.




Please note that you will be contacted via e-mail throughout the recruitment process, so please check your e-mails regularly.
We regret we cannot contact everyone who is not selected for an interview, therefore if you do not hear from us within 21 days after submitting your application, please assume you have not been successful on this occasion.

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Principal Clinical/Forensic/Counselling Psychologist

National Health Service

Dartford, Southern
1 day ago
Dartford, Southern
£53.168k - £62.001k Per Year
1 day ago
£53.168k - £62.001k Per Year

Job Reference: 380-RB000434-H

Employer:
Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust
Department:
Acute Mental Health - Acute Psychology
Location:
Dartford, Dartford
Salary:
£53,168 - £62,001 per annum inc

We are Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust (KMPT), providing mental health, learning disability and specialist services, serving 1.8 million people across the county.

The Trust (rated Good overall by the CQC and Outstanding for care) has 3,283 staff working in 66 buildings across 33 locations, covering an area of 1,450 square miles.

You will be joining friendly, passionate colleagues, rich in their diversity, who are committed to providing excellent care to our service users and their loved ones.

The nature of our work attracts kindness and compassion as standard and everyone from our cleaners and porters to the chief executive and chairman are recognised as playing a vital role in providing an exemplary service.

Innovation is one of our core values and that is demonstrated in some of our award-winning teams.

Our Peer Support Workforce has gained local and national acclaim for working alongside people accessing our services and embodies the reality of recovering lives

Indulge your research interests with our enthusiastic team, who are involved in a whole host of national and home-grown studies with the potential to shape future healthcare.

There are exciting times ahead in 2020 when the Kent and Medway Medical School is set to open, collaboration between Canterbury Christ Church University and the University of Kent with KMPT one of the NHS partners, inspiring the next generation of medical professionals.

We are also at the forefront of partnership working, an integral part of the Sustainability and Transformation Partnership, looking at the way forward for sustainable health and social care.

KMPT is creating an environment for equal opportunities for all, where we can ALL be ourselves.

We take pride in our services – which are underpinned by our values:

  • Respect

  • Openness

  • Accountability

  • Working together

  • Innovation

  • Excellence

The Role


We are looking for an enthusiastic and energetic Principal Clinical/Forensic/Counselling Psychologist with clinical and managerial leadership experience to deputise for the Lead of Acute Inpatients Psychological Practice as well as to provide specialist clinical input to the Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) unit which has recently been extensively refurbished increasing the therapeutic spaces.

Acute is a dynamic environment and there will be the expectation that the candidate is able to take substantial professional responsibility and work autonomously providing high quality direct work which will include psychological assessments, formulations and brief therapeutic work, groups, family and individual work as well as assisting with positive behaviour support plans. The indirect (consultative, advisory and evaluative) work includes systemic work with staff, reflective case discussions and Serious Incident debriefs.

The post holder has an important strategic and liaison function to support the transition of patients between services. The successful candidate will offer clinical supervision and have managerial responsibility for a number of Psychological Therapists and Applied Psychologists. There will be opportunities to take a lead role in service development, evaluating the outcomes of psychological work as well as publishing that research.

The candidate will be supported though regular clinical and managerial supervision as well as training to develop both professionally and personally within the role. In addition we are developing psychology leaders to take on the role of Responsible Clinician.

Essentials for the role:

  • Doctoral level training in Clinical/Forensic/Counselling Psychology is essential (or its equivalence) as accredited by the BPS and must have current registration with the HCPC and be appointable to Band 8b under Agenda for Change.
  • Relevant specialist training in the skills required for this speciality area.
  • Clinical supervision training for supervision of Doctoral trainees on placement.
  • Experience of working as a qualified specialist clinical/forensic/counselling psychologist for a minimum of four years.
  • Experience of minimum of 100 hours specialist clinical supervision in this area.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Dr Belinda Demirbasa, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Lead Acute Psychological Practice-Inpatients

Mobile: 07826 530911 belinda.demirbasa@nhs.net



KMPT Staff Benefits:

NHS pension scheme Your employer pays 14.3% towards your pension and life assurance benefits.

Annual leave for Agenda for Change
On appointment to NHS 27 days for full time or pro rata if part time
After 5 years NHS service 29 days full time or pro rata if part time
After 10 years NHS service 33 days full time or pro rata if part time
Plus bank holidays that’s up to 41 days - more than 8 weeks paid time off!

Medical staff have national Terms and Conditions.

Recommend a friend campaign. Existing KMPT employees could refer a friend from outside of the Trust to the roles below and can receive £1000 if they are successfully recruited; Nursing staff - RMN RGN RNLD - Band 5 and 6, Medical Doctors, Clinical Psychologist and Allied Health Professionals

Flexible working. Job share, term time working, flexible shifts etc. Just ask and we will try to help.

New starter bonus. We value our nurses and the skills they bring therefore we offer New Hire Bonus of £1200 pro rata for band 5 and 6 nursing staff.

Induction. KMPT provides comprehensive Induction programme to support new employees. This ranges from 2 days to 4 weeks dependent on role (not always consecutive days). You may need to travel across site includes Canterbury, Maidstone and Dartford.

Probation Period. New employees external to KMPT are subject to a six month probationary period.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check. Certain roles are subject to criminal record check. You may be required submission of completed Disclosure form to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.

In cases where we receive high volume of applications for a post, we reserve the right to bring the closing date forward.

Your application will be imported from the NHS Jobs website into the trac.jobs recruitment system which we use for managing our recruitment. You will not be able to track the progress of your application through the NHS Jobs website. You will not receive messages or notifications about your job application from NHS Jobs.

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CBT Psychotherapist

National Health Service

Barnet, London
2 days ago
Barnet, London
2 days ago

CBT Psychotherapist

Barnet, Enfield & Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust

The closing date is 04 March 2021

Job overview

CBT Psychotherapist, Clinical or Counselling Psychologist BABCP Accredited

2 x full-time position Lets Talk Barnet IAPT

Lets Talk Barnet IAPT and Lets Talk Enfield IAPT Service is provided by the Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust (BEH-MHT) and has a close working relationship with Lets Talk Haringey IAPT.

We provide psychological / psychotherapeutic services to residents with a GP in the borough, over the age of 16.

Candidates will be experienced in providing cognitive behavioural therapy to adults experiencing mild to moderate mental health difficulties care including depression and a range of anxiety disorders within primary. Candidates will be highly competent in working within a socially deprived and multi-cultural setting.

Closing date: 31/01/2021

Interview date: 12/02/2021

Main duties of the job

We are looking for someone with energy, enthusiasm, and a high level of skills and experience. All staff will work as part of a team, receive regular clinical supervision and be able to access a high quality in-house CPD programme.

Good administrative, time management and communication skills are also essential.

We will ensure you have a committed team to work with including a peer group of PWPs; CBT therapists; counsellors and employment support workers and the opportunity to help us shape and develop the service as it expands.

We are committed to helping you plan and continue to develop and progress your career, and we offer a wide range of CPD and training opportunities.

Candidates for all clinical posts must be registered with a recognised professional body

For further information and discussion about our service and how you might be able to contribute, contact Dr Lila Varsani on 07392192884 /lvarsani@nhs.net or Maria Munir 07392 193 003/mariamunir@nhs.net

About us

Barnet Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust is a multiple award-winning, combined mental health and community Trust providing local, regional and national healthcare services. We are one of the largest employers in North London with over 3000 staff delivering a range of mental health and community services to a population of over one million.

BEH manages the renowned North London Forensic Services (NLFS), rated as 'Outstanding' by the CQC. This service treats and cares for people within the criminal justice system who have mental health conditions.

We also provide one of the largest eating disorder services in England, as well as drug and alcohol services and mental health liaison services in North Middlesex University Hospitals Trust.

Our values and quality improvement are at the heart of everything we do, please consider joining us

Job description

Job responsibilities

Please kindly refer to the job description and person specification that is attached to the vacancy profile

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

  • A recorded/ registered doctoral level qualification in clinical or counselling psychology
  • A recorded/ registered qualification in one of the following - nursing, social work, Occupational Therapy or a psychological therapy and further post graduate qualification in cognitive behavioural therapy by appointment of the pos

Desirable

  • Further training in NICE recommended modality for mild to moderate adult mental health difficulties
  • Supervisors training relevant to IAPT

Experience

Essential

  • Comprehensive knowledge of NICE recommended protocols for mild to moderate depression and anxiety disorders
  • Experience of providing evidence based psychological therapies
  • Experience of working in primary care
  • Experience with routine outcome monitoring
  • Experience of working with diverse communities and within multicultural settings

Skills

Essential

  • Ability to meet agreed/specified service targets
  • Ability to manage own caseload and time
  • Ability to acquire health information from relevant health specialists to inform the process of assessment
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills in one to one and group situations
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Ability to use supervision and clinical supervision positively and effectively

Personal Qualities

Essential

  • Work independently and effectively within a team and foster good working relationships
  • Evidence of innovative thinking to meet challenging health needs

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.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

Barnet, Enfield & Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust

Address

Barnet

Barnet

HA8 0AD


Employer's website

http://www.beh-mht.nhs.uk/

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Senior Counsellor

National Health Service

London, London
4 days ago
London, London
£38k - £45k Per Year
4 days ago
£38k - £45k Per Year

Job Reference: J210-IAPT3M

Employer:
Connect Health
Location:
London
Salary:
£38,000 up to £45,000

Senior Counsellor

6-month Fixed Term Contract

Full Time or Part Time up to 37.5 hours per week

£38,000 - £45,000 per annum (pro-rata)

National, Home Based, Remote working

About the role

We are excited to be recruiting the new role of Senior Counsellor here at Connect Health for our new IAPT service in Hertfordshire.

Whilst our local clinicians will need to be based in the Hertfordshire area, we also have opportunities for Senior Counsellors to provide remote care to our patients from wherever you are in the UK, through telephone and video consultations.

We are now looking for new colleagues to be part of our next chapter in expanding our quality driven focus on patient care.

As a Senior Counsellor in our new IAPT service for Hertfordshire, this is an opportunity for you to be at the heart of bringing that evolution to life. We are seeking someone who is passionate and has the purpose to make a massive difference to people’s lives, at pace and in an environment where 90% of our colleagues say that Connect Health is a great place to work.

Drawing on developed specialist skills in assessment and psychological therapies, the Senior Counsellor will provide high quality supervision and support the design and implementation of workforce development programmes for all staff working in the local Counselling Service. You will hold a clinical caseload providing IAPT compliant counselling at step 3 of the stepped care model, including more complex cases as appropriate, for individuals assessed and diagnosed with depression that are deemed suitable as meeting the criteria for counselling.

The role will primarily involve working within the remit of the accredited Counselling for Depression (CfD) training and the successful individual will support clinical and operational leaders in aspects of risk management and therapist support, manage any issues that arise across the service, and support the clinical aspects of service development.

Who we’re looking for

Essential

  • Qualified to Degree, MSc, MA, or Diploma level in Counselling.
  • BACP/UKCP accredited therapist who also meets requirements to deliver Person-Centred Experiential Counselling for Depression
  • Significant counselling experience post qualification, either in a paid or voluntary capacity.
  • Experience of leading a team of counsellors, providing high-quality clinical supervision.
  • Experience of providing time limited psychotherapeutic interventions in a range of formats.
  • Experience of providing a counselling intervention within primary care or IAPT setting.
  • Experience of carrying out assessments of client support needs, including risk assessments.
  • Commitment to and experience of working with multi-agency partnerships.
  • Experience of working with people who have experienced a common mental health problem.
  • Developed skills in assessing risk and a working knowledge of managing/supervising complex risk assessment in practice.
  • Experience of case management.
  • Experience of delivering counselling over the phone and / or via video conferencing mechanisms.

Desirable

  • Qualification in the IAPT compliant modality Counselling for Depression (CfD).
  • Qualification in another IAPT compliant counselling modality.
  • Psychology or other health related undergraduate or postgraduate degree.
  • Worked in a service where agreed targets were in place demonstrating clinical outcomes.
  • Evidence of working in the local community.
  • Experience of developing and delivering therapeutic group work.
  • Experience of using electronic case management systems such as IAPTus.
  • Experience of managing the performance and welfare of others
  • Experience of teaching and liaising with other professional groups
  • Willingness to contribute to and assist in the development of strategies for service development that will make the service provision accessible to all clients.
  • Working knowledge of clinical governance and audit including its implementation in practice

About Connect

Connect Health was founded in 1989 by Professor Andrew Walton, who remains as the Group Executive Director. Originally a Musculoskeletal service provider operating out of the North East of England, the business has grown to become a medium sized enterprise providing a range of Community-based services to the NHS, alongside Occupational Health services to the Corporate sector. We are continually evolving our proposition to patient care, and we’re building a highly skilled multi-disciplinary team where our clinical service provides care and expertise in chronic pain, rheumatology, and mental health alongside musculoskeletal therapy.

Benefits of working for Connect

  • up to 30 days’ holiday (plus public holidays)
  • option to buy additional annual leave
  • an additional day off for your birthday
  • personalised benefits package
  • online discounts portal
  • employer pension contributions
  • group life cover
  • an employee assistance programme
  • performance related pay rewards

After applying via NHS Jobs, your submitted application will be imported into our Connect Health recruitment system.

All subsequent information regarding your application will be managed through Connect Health. This means that you will not be able to track the progress of your application via NHS Jobs and we will not be able to respond to any e-mails you send to us via NHS Jobs.

By applying for this post you are agreeing to Connect Health transferring the information contained in this application to our Connect Health recruitment system.

If you are offered a job, information will also be transferred into the Connect Health Records system.

Further information about your privacy rights is available on our website.


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IAPT Primary Care Liaison Psychological Therapist, Band 7

National Health Service

Greenwich Time to Talk, London
1 day ago
Greenwich Time to Talk, London
£43.712k - £49.325k Per Year
1 day ago
£43.712k - £49.325k Per Year

Job Reference: 277-2800424-CSH-A

Employer:
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Greenwich IAPT
Location:
Greenwich Time to Talk, Eltham
Salary:
£43,712 - £49,325 pa inc

IAPT Primary Care Liaison Psychological Therapist, Band 7

Greenwich Time To Talk (IAPT)

Location: Eltham, South East London

Job Type: Permanent (37.5 hours a week)

We are seeking a highly motivated Clinical/Counselling Psychologist or Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist to work at the interface between Greenwich Time to Talk (IAPT) and the Greenwich Primary Care Plus team (PCP).

You will be based three working days at the Greenwich PCP team as well as being based and providing clinician input at the Greenwich Time to Talk (IAPT) service for the rest of the working week. You will facilitate good communication and build and maintain strong working relationships between Greenwich Time to Talk and the Greenwich PCP teams for the improved mental health care of patients.

Oxleas has a large, well-established and supportive psychology department which is part of the Psychological Therapies Directorate within the Trust. This provides strong leadership and professional management and supports staff by prioritising supervision and continuing professional development. The department contains clinical psychologists with extensive training and experience in cognitive, psycho-dynamic and systemic approaches. There are strong links with the Institute of Psychiatry and the South Thames (Salomons) Clinical Psychology Training Scheme. There are excellent working relationships with both managers and other senior clinicians and psychological therapy is well represented at senior managerial and clinical levels. The input from psychologists is valued within the Trust and we undertake important roles, not only in clinical work, but also management, service development and clinical governance.

The post holder will work with people with different cultural backgrounds and ages, using interpreters when necessary and should be committed to equal opportunities. Community languages would be an advantage. The post-holders will be expected to work one shifted day (till 8pm) a week under Agenda for Change terms and conditions.

Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust operates a Probationary Period, further details are available on request.

For further details contact: Dr Stavros Markatselis, Deputy Clinical Lead, E-mail: S.Markatselis@nhs.net


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Clinical Psychologist

National Health Service

SS Coburn Galaxy, London
Today
SS Coburn Galaxy, London
£43.712k - £49.325k Per Year
Today
£43.712k - £49.325k Per Year

Job Reference: 363-SS7901

Employer:
East London NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Psychologist
Location:
SS Coburn Galaxy, LONDON
Salary:
£43,712 - £49,325

ELFT has long been recognised as a centre of excellence for mental and health care, innovation and improvement. So it is a very exciting time for you to come and work for us. Our mission is to make a positive difference to people's lives by improving quality of life for all we serve. Our values are: We Care, We Respect, We are Inclusive – so we are looking for people who live and breathe these qualities when supporting service users and carers, and in their relationships with colleagues in the Trust and our partner organisations.


Clinical Psychologist

The Coborn Centre for Adolescent Mental Health

AfC Band 7

Permanent- 30 hours

Full time or other part time options may be available

The Coborn Adolescent Centre for Mental Health

Does the idea of bringing psychological innovation to the heart of ward-based care energise you? Do you thrive in working in dynamic environments which require creative therapeutic responses? Are you committed to working compassionately with young people, their families and colleagues? If so, we have a opportunity for you to join our team at the Coborn Centre in East London.

The Coborn Centre is located in well resourced, purpose built premises at Newham University Hospital. We work with 12-18 year old young people and their families across the East London boroughs of Newham, Hackney & Tower Hamlets as well as Luton and Bedfordshire and other London boroughs. The Centre comprises of 12 acute beds, 16 intensive care beds and up to 8 day patient places. The service has led the way in the design of adolescent mental health facilities nationally. We have been awarded an excellent by the QNIC accreditation process and outstanding by the CQC.

The client group is varied and challenging. Young people present with eating disorders, psychosis, low mood, anxiety disorders such as OCD and emotion regulation difficulties. Young people may also have autism or learning difficulties or be in need of an assessment. Young people may also have physical health needs. We work alongside an eclectic and dynamic multi-disciplinary staff group including family therapists, an art therapist, a drama therapist, social workers, nursing, occupational therapists and many more.

The Clinical Psychology team provides formulation driven, therapeutic assessments in order to facilitate an understanding of the young persons strengths and needs. From the assessment, interventions are offered both directly and through consultation with members of the wider multi-disciplinary team. As a team, we draw on skills in third-wave CBT areas of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and Mindfulness, tailored relapse prevention packages for psychosis and CBT for eating disorders. Our approach follows a Trauma Informed Care approach and attachment forms a key part of our thinking and interventions. We also provide a significant group programme across the centre and provide cognitive assessments and autism assessments for young people when appropriate. Psychological input begins at admission and is focused on enabling young people to return to their community as soon as possible. The psychology team each work across all parts of the centre.

You will join the psychology team which consists of one Lead Clinical Psychologist, one Senior Clinical Psychologist and one other band 7 Clinical Psychologist. You will continue to develop the psychology provision through providing supervision to the wider MDT as well as hold a clinical case load. There will be considerable opportunities for developing your clinical leadership skills, sharing your clinical expertise and developing your capacity to enjoy multi-disciplinary team working. We would value your input to our quality improvement programme, and the development of psychological skills within the wider team. We are committed to staff development and reflective practice, with considerable resources in the Team and wider trust to support this.

We welcome informal enquiries and would enjoy talking with you about our work.

For further information on the above post please contact either Dr Kat Rumball (Lead Clinical Psychologist) via katrina.rumball@.nhs.net or 0207 540 6789 or Kamel Cheradi (Service Manger) on 0207 540 6789.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Name Kamel CHERAD IEmail address kamel.cheradi@nhs.net Telephone number 020 75406789 Additional contact information

Kamel Cheradi, telephone 020 75406789, email kamel.cheradi@nhs.net



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Clinical Psychologist

Outcomes First Group

Bromley, London
2 days ago
Bromley, London
2 days ago
Clinical Psychologist
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Clinical Psychologist

£38,000 - £46,000

Bromley, Kent

Full time, part time hours considered

 

We have an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Psychologist to join our multidisciplinary team based in Bromley, Kent.  An ideal opportunity for those with experience of working with children and young people who have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder and associated comorbidities, newly qualified Clinical Psychologists will also be considered for this role. You will be playing an integral role within our expanding clinical wellbeing team and have opportunities to work with foster parents and looked after children. 

 

About the role

The successful applicant will be based at our Baston House School.  Baston House is a specialist school catering to pupils with an EHCP across primary and secondary ages. The school has excellent resources which includes an Inclusion Team providing first line support to the Clinical team consisting of; Occupational Therapists, Speech and Language Therapists, Therapy Assistants and an Assistant Clinical Psychologist.  A fantastic collaborative team with established systems and processes in place.  

 

In brief the successful candidate will be responsible for:

  • Providing a systematic high-quality psychology service within the designated provisions to children and young people
  • Working collaboratively with others to promote the wellbeing and best interests of the children and young people ensuring a high quality service provision in line with best practice guidelines and internal policies and procedures
  • Undertaking all aspects of Clinical Psychology duties adhering to professional and regulatory guidelines
  • Carrying out assessments; designing individualised plans and strategies; implementing evidence-based therapeutic interventions; report writing, attending and facilitating multi-professional reviews  
  • Providing advice, information and training to staff, other members of the Clinical Wellbeing and multi-disciplinary teams, commissioners and other agencies regarding the impact on children of trauma and adverse life experiences; attachment difficulties; neuro-diversity and educational needs.

 

Essential criteria:

  • Post-graduate doctoral level in Clinical Psychology and active HCPC registration
  • Evidence of continuing professional development relevant to the setting
  • Relevant post-qualification experience with children and young people

 

 

In return we offer:

  • Professional supervision
  • Opportunity to develop your own supervision skills
  • A network of clinical colleagues with regular forums for peer reflection & practice development
  • Company Pension Scheme and benefits
  • “Your Wellbeing Matters"- access to a wide range of first-class mental health support services
  • Employee Rewards Hub – access to discounts, offers and cashback with 100s of retailers
  • Continuous professional development & training for a clear career path
  • Opportunity to enrich the lives of others and make a positive difference
  • Being part of a fantastic supportive team 

 

To be considered, apply online today or contact Dr David Mushati or Anna Fox on 0208 462 1010 for an informal discussion about this exciting opportunity.

 

Outcomes First Group are committed to the safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and adults. All successful applicants will be subject to fully Enhanced DBS. We expect all our employees and volunteers to share this commitment and strive to achieve the best possible outcomes for everybody in our care. A full application form must be completed with all employment dates accurate and gaps in employment accounted for.

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C1 Principal Clinical Psychologist - Part Time

National Health Service

DCMH, London
3 days ago
DCMH, London
£41.5k - £41.5k Per Year
3 days ago
£41.5k - £41.5k Per Year

Job Reference: J221-A-21-27756

Employer:
Ministry of Defence (Defence Medical Services)
Department:
Defence Primary Healthcare (DPHC)
Location:
DCMH, Woolwich Medical Centre, Green Hill, Woolwich, London
Salary:
£41,500 pro rata

Ministry of Defence - Defence Medical Services


Please note that the Ministry of Defence will be transitioning the Clinical Psychology cadre to the MOD’s NHS Agenda for Change Terms and Conditions of Service with an anticipated implementation date of Spring 2021. This post has been formally job matched at AfC 8c.

In this civilian post you will be delivering occupationally-focused mental healthcare within the Ministry of Defence whose purpose is to protect the people of the UK, prevent conflict, and be ready to fight our enemies.

Experience of working with military populations would be welcome but it is by no means a pre-requisite for application. Your interest, enthusiasm and commitment are more important!

We are seeking to recruit a part time Clinical Psychologist to join the Defence Clinical Psychology Service (DCPS), a team of clinical psychologists and psychological therapists working within military Departments of Community Mental Health (DCMH) and specialist services throughout the UK. DCMHs are multi-disciplinary teams comprising military and civilian staff: psychiatrists, mental health nurses, social workers, mental health practitioners and psychologists. The job is challenging and varied. Whilst there are similarities with NHS roles, to make the most of this opportunity you will need to be willing to embrace a different organizational culture, take on wider team responsibilities and draw on your applied psychological knowledge and expertise.We have a strong professional structure led by a Head of Service/Defence Consultant Advisor in Clinical Psychology and regular opportunities to meet and train as a professional community of practice.

The successful applicant for this role will work with a part time Clinical Psychology colleague under the line management of the consultant clinical Psychologist, to manage, develop and contribute to clinical psychology and psychological therapy provision within the catchment area for DCMH Woolwich. You will provide advice, training, consultation and supervision to other clinical psychologists / psychological therapists and wider team colleagues as required.

The duties and responsibilities of the role include, but are not limited to;

Providing specialist psychological assessments of clients referred to the team based upon the appropriate use, interpretation and integration of complex data from a variety of sources including psychological and neuropsychological tests, self-report measures, rating scales, direct and indirect structured observations and semi-structured interviews with clients, family members and others involved in the client’s care.

Formulating and implementing plans for the formal psychological treatment and/or management of a client’s mental health problems, based upon an appropriate conceptual framework of the client’s problems, and employing methods based upon evidence of efficacy, across the full range of care settings.

- Responsibility for implementing a range of psychological interventions for individuals, (carers, families and groups – where appropriate), within and across teams employed individually and in synthesis, adjusting and refining psychological formulations drawing upon different explanatory models and maintaining a number of provisional hypotheses.

Evaluating and making decisions about treatment options taking into account both theoretical and therapeutic models and highly complex factors concerning historical and developmental processes that have shaped the individual, family or group.

This is a permanent part time position for 22.2 hours per week.

Selection Process Details

Applicants must show evidence of holding the following qualifications, training and memberships;

Doctoral level training in clinical psychology (or equivalent for those who trained prior to 1996), including specifically models of psychopathology, clinical psychometrics and neuropsychology, two or more distinct psychological therapies and lifespan developmental psychology, as accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS).

HCPC registered as a Practitioner Psychologist.

Post-doctoral training in one or more additional specialised areas of psychological practice.

Experience working as a qualified clinical psychologist (Band 7) and ability to evidence appropriate knowledge.

The selection at sift stage will be based on your CV. At interview, you will be tested against the following Civil Service Behaviours:

  • Leadership
  • Changing and Improving
  • Communicating and Influencing
  • Delivering at Pace
  • Making Effective Decisions
  • Working Together

Please ensure you demonstrate that you have the required skills, qualifications and memberships in your CV and that you have saved it using your surname then first name prior to submitting your application.

Further Information

The successful candidate will have access to several additional benefits including a generous annual leave allowance, enhanced maternity, paternity and adoption leave as well as reimbursement of some professional fees and subscriptions. Work-related travel expenses are reimbursed and overseas travel is sometimes possible. You will be able to access on-site Messing and gym facilities.

Successful candidates must meet the security requirements before they can be appointed. The level of security needed is security check.

All employees joining Ministry of Defence who are new to the Civil Service will be subject to a 6-month probation period (unless otherwise advised) effective from the employment start date.

This vacancy is part of the A Great Place to Work for Veterans initiative. For more information paste the following in to your browser or search gov.uk: Making-the-civil-service-a-great-place-to-work-for-veterans.

Please ensure you have read all the details in the important information link prior to applying.



Caring for our Armed Forces

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Principal Clinical Psychologist & Principal Lecturer

National Health Service

St Margarets Hospital, HC
1 day ago
St Margarets Hospital, HC
£54.959k - £63.792k Per Year
1 day ago
£54.959k - £63.792k Per Year

Job Reference: 364-A-2740

Employer:
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Clinical Psychology Training
Location:
St Margarets Hospital, Epping
Salary:
£54,959 - £63,792 pa pro rata

Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (EPUT) is an award winning Trust that provides health and social care services for a population of 1.3million people in Essex, Suffolk, Bedfordshire, and Luton. CQC says we’re still GOOD and now we’re OUTSTANDING for caring!

We employ 5,000 people working across more than 200 sites.

Our services include:

Mental health services

  • We provide a wide range of treatment and support to young people, adults and older people experiencing mental illness both as inpatients and within the community. This includes treatment in secure and specialised settings.

Community health services

  • Our diverse range of community health services provide support and treatment to both adults and children. We deliver this care in community hospitals, health centres, GP surgeries and in people’s homes.

Learning disabilities services

  • We provide crisis support and inpatient services and our community learning disability teams work in partnership with local councils to provide assessment and support for adults with learning disabilities.

Social care

  • We provide personalised social care support to people with a range of needs, including people with learning disabilities or mental illness, supporting people to live independently.

We are looking for individuals to join the EPUT team and be part of transforming services in our communities.

In return we can offer exceptional education, training and development opportunities as well as a wide range of benefits, which include flexible working opportunities from first day of employment, salary sacrifice schemes and the opportunity to buy or sell up to one week of annual leave to support a healthy work-life balance. In addition to this the Trust also offers a generous relocation package where applicants meet the eligibility criteria.

Our approach to recruitment is values based and applicant's must be able to demonstrate the organisations values and behaviours.


New Opportunity in Clinical Psychology TrainingPrincipal Clinical Psychologist & Principal LecturerBand 8b Posts 0.4 to 0.6 WTE (flexible)

We are delighted to be inviting applications from enthusiastic experienced senior Clinical Psychologists to join our new and innovative Training & Partnerships Team in Psychological Services, led by our recently appointed Associate Clinical Director Training & Partnerships. This is an exciting new opportunity to build your career in training in Clinical Psychology. Post holders will contribute to leading, developing and delivering the new Masters level training for Clinical Associates in Psychology (CAPs). The role will include designing and leading modules, teaching and assessment, as well as supervision, monitoring and support of individual learners, liaison with practice placement supervisors, and contribution to the governance and management of the programme. There will also be opportunities to contribute to other exciting projects being developed by our team, including psychologically informed CPD for the wider NHS staff group and projects aimed at widening access to careers in the psychological professions, supporting equality, diversity and inclusion. The new CAP programme has excellent links to the national group of trainers as well as to the professional body and other providers in the region. Post holders will have the opportunity to build their engagement with these wider networks, offering excellent opportunities for gaining leadership experience.

We have both principal clinical lecturer posts (banded at 8b) as well as senior clinical lecturer posts (banded at 8a) in our new psychology-led team. We are looking for staff to bring a range of expertise across psychological therapies, mental health, physical health, learning disabilities and specialist areas of delivery across the adult and older adult range. We are particularly interested to hear from those who bring experience of teaching, lecturing, research and supervision and who are keen to build their experience and skills in clinical training. These posts are all offered on a fractional basis so that they can easily fit alongside a clinical role, or another training role. For those who are interested in a full-time post, we have a range of opportunities in clinical specialisms that could be combined with one of the training roles.

The new CAP programme will include learners from across Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Essex and beyond and we have planned an innovative ‘blended learning’ approach to the teaching delivery, which includes both remote online delivery and some place-based delivery. While the programme will be based in Epping, which is easily accessible via both the M25 and M11, the staff team will be able to do a significant proportion of their work remotely and there will be opportunities for flexible working arrangements.

The Trust offers excellent support for staff CPD, and post holders will be supported to gain qualifications in learning and teaching; other opportunities, for example to gain dual accreditation in a specialist area of psychological therapy, to undertake further leadership training and development, or to develop an area of research, are also available supported by the appraisal process. We have strong links with several regional universities that include research collaborations as well as contribution to teaching and placement experience.

If you are committed to the development and expansion of the psychological workforce, if you’d like to contribute to leading an innovative new programme, and if you are keen to build your skills in training and leadership we’d love to hear from you.

EPUT are looking for motivated staff who shares our Trust values of Open, Compassionate and Empowering. In return, EPUT can offer you a range of benefits and development including;

  • Season Ticket Loans
  • NHS discounts for staff
  • Excellent Training facilities and opportunities
  • Buying and Selling annual leave scheme
  • The opportunity to work bank shifts and expand knowledge and experience in other areas
  • Salary Sacrifice schemes including lease cars and Cycle to Work

Informal queries and visits are welcome

Day One Flexible Employer

The Trust supports and actively encourages flexible working for all employees. We offer many options and you are encouraged to ask the recruiting manager what is possible for this role. If appointed, you will have the opportunity to apply for a flexible working request from the first day of your employment

For further information about these opportunities please contact Dr Barbara Mason, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Associate Clinical Director Training & Partnership in Psychological Services. Email: barbara.mason2@nhs.net

For further details / informal visits contact:

NameDr Barbara MasonJob titleAssociate Clinical Director Training & PartnershipsEmail addressbarbara.mason2@nhs.netAdditional contact information

I am available for calls via MS Teams



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Salary

£45.78k - £51.393k Per Year

Job Type

full-time

Posted

3 days ago

Description

Job Reference: 259-2967165SBH

Employer:
Barts Health NHS Trust
Department:
Clinical Psychology
Location:
St Bartholomew's Hospital, London
Salary:
£45,780 - £51,393 per annum inc

Barts Health is one of the largest NHS trusts in the country, and one of Britain’s leading healthcare providers.

The Barts Health group of NHS hospitals is entering an exciting new era on our improvement journey to becoming an outstanding organisation with a world-class clinical reputation. Having lifted ourselves out of special measures, we now have the impetus and breathing space to chart a fresh course in which we are continually striving to improve all our services for patients.

Our vision is to be a high-performing group of NHS hospitals, renowned for excellence and innovation, and providing safe and compassionate care to our patients in east London and beyond. That means being a provider of excellent patient safety, known for delivering consistently high standards of harm-free care and always caring for patients in the right place at the right time. It also means being an outstanding place to work, in which our WeCare values and behaviours are visible to all and guide us in how we work together.


We have an exciting opportunity for three full time, permanent, band 7 clinical psychologists to join our growing clinical psychology service for adults who receive treatment at the Barts Heart Centre at St Bartholomew’s Hospital (which is part of Bartshealth NHS Trust).

The Bart’s Heart Centre (BHC) Clinical Psychology Service works with adult patients and their families who live with an acute or chronic cardiac condition and those who require a critical care admission (predominantly cardio-thoracic and cancer related). It also provides a range of support structures for staff who look after these patients. Specifically these patients are under the care of specialist multidisciplinary teams within the Bart’s Heart Centre, including the adult congenital heart service (GUCH), The Heart Attack Centre (HAC); The Adult Critical Care Unit (ACCU); Heart Failure, Electrophysiology, Inherited Cardiovascular Conditions and the Chest Wall Service. The post holder will be working with adults who have life limiting and life-threatening conditions.

The service is managed by a consultant clinical psychologist who is responsible for leading and developing the clinical psychology provision for cardiac and critical care patients, and coordinating support for the staff who look after those patients across the Heart Centre at St Bartholomew’s Hospital. Within the service, there are also four service lead clinical psychologists, each coordinating psychology provision for their area of the Heart Centre, who will provide the line management and clinical supervision for the three band 7 post holders.

We operate within a mixed model, i.e. specialty attached psychologists embedded within their respective medical teams with centralised referral allocation and discussion so that workload can be shared evenly between psychologists and allocated according to skill mix and case complexity. The band 7 postholders will pick up psychology referrals from specialist teams across the BHC and will work closely with the psychology service leads as well as the consultant service lead, allowing for a good balance of autonomy and support in line with their stage in career development. These posts are varied and exciting roles with lots of opportunity for service development and research as well as providing specialist clinical psychology input through direct work (with inpatients and outpatients) and indirect work through consultation to the wider multidisciplinary team. The Barts Heart Centre Teams are very welcoming, and they really value psychology input for their patients and staff.

There is also a wider team of clinical psychologists, on the St Bartholomew’s site, working in cancer and palliative care and respiratory services with lots of opportunity for peer support, joint case working when a specialty overlap exists and shared service development on common themes across the hospital, for example, staff support.

The clinical psychology service which started as a 12 month project for congenital heart patients in 2017 has been extended and developed over the past three years and now provides an established service to the Barts Heart Centre with a structure that allows for appropriate supervision, line management, leadership and career development.

We would welcome applicants who are qualified as well as those who are due to qualify from clinical training in Autumn 2021. Interested applicants are strongly advised to contact Dr Vicky Kelly (Consultant Clinical Psychologist) to arrange a time to discuss the post by emailing her on: vicky.kelly3@nhs.net.

For further details / informal visits contact:

NameVicky KellyJob titleConsultant Clinical PsychologistEmail addressvicky.kelly3@nhs.net




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Our people strategy for 2019-2022 sets out our priorities and an action plan to meet our ambition. In this strategy, we set out the deal we are offering to you in return for living and breathing our values so that they shape everything that you do every single day.

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