Job Vacancies

Role: Teaching Vacancy - Seminar leader: Psychopathology

Based: Tunbridge Wells, Kent

Salary: £40 per taught hour

Start: 15 September 2020

The Counselling Centre in Tunbridge Wells is looking for an engaging, inspiring, and committed seminar leader to teach the Psychopathology module as part of the Diploma in Psychodynamic Counselling.  The module is taught to trainee counsellors in the third term of the first year of the diploma and the first term of the second year.

For more details, email Danielle Niccolls.

 

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Principal Adult Psychotherapist

Based: London, Harrow

Salary: £50,575 - £56,490 pa inc pro rata

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced and committed Principal Adult Psychotherapist for the CNWL Harrow Psychotherapy Service. This is a unique opportunity to be part of large multi-disciplinary team. You must have a proven track record of delivering high-quality therapy, a BPC or UKCP registration level training in psychodynamic/psychoanalytic psychotherapy/psychoanalysis, as well as professional training in a core mental health or social work discipline or equivalent. You will have expertise in specialist consultations and treatments for patients with complex mental health difficulties.

For more information, visit their website.

 

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Supervisor

Start: September 2020

Location: London
 

The Manor House Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling (MHCPC) is an established Centre in North London for the training of psychodynamic counsellors.

2 x Supervisor vacancies have arisen for the Counselling Referral Service (CRS) at the MHCPC in Finchley, London.

Applicants should have core psychodynamic/analytic knowledge and have BPC, BACP or UKCP accreditation/registration as well as group facilitation experience and be able to work with the psychodynamic process.

For further information and for a full job description please contact Danielle Redland, Clinical Manager.

For more information, visit the MHCPC website.

 

 

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School Counsellor

Employer: City of London

Job Type: Permanent, Part-time term-term only (12.8 hours a week or 19.2 hours per week)

Salary: CLS Teacher Scale 2019-2020 (£34,460 - £60,250 per annum, pro-rata)

Closing Date: 12pm 03 June 2020

Based: London

We are looking to recruit a suitably qualified, accredited and experienced School Counsellor to work closely with our pastoral team to maintain the highest welfare standards for all students in the belief that safe, secure and healthy students make better learners, citizens and contributors to school life. Suitable experience working with young people, ideally in a school context, is essential.

How to apply: Please visit our website where you can download an application form and further details on the role. The application form is to be emailed over to HR@cityoflondonschool.org.uk
Please note we do not accept CVs in line with our Recruitment Policy.

 

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Band 7 Psychotherapist

Based: London 

This post offers a rare opportunity to work in the rapidly-expanding field of forensic personality disorder.  The position is based in Millfields medium secure unit at the John Howard Centre in Hackney, East London.  Millfields is one of three national services on the Offender Personality Disorder Pathway.  It provides assessment and treatment for 16 adult men with severe personality disorder from London and the South, who have committed serious offences and continue to pose a high risk to others.  The therapeutic model approach is that of an adapted therapeutic community (TC), with an emphasis on developing a psychodynamic understanding of the patients and their impact upon staff.  Integrated into the over-arching TC framework are psychology, art therapy, structured offending behaviour work, and an imaginative programme of education, activities and paid work.  The multidisciplinary ethos of the service is exceptionally strong and regular staff support and reflective practice groups are provided.
Email Dr Guy Hillman, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist & Medical Psychotherapist, for further information or to arrange a discussion (or a post CO19 pandemic visit to the unit).
Link to the application form.

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