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Psychologist – Clinical, Counselling or Forensic
Newbury
Part or Full Time
£45,000 - £55,000 DOE

Overview

You will be working across multiple wards including medium and low secure wards, PICUs, Female inpatient wards and Male inpatient wards. Working closely with individuals with complex mental health and personality disorders.  You will develop pathways to support individuals in their recovery and rehabilitation.

Working with a team of Psychologists and Assistant Psychologists you will provide individual and group interventions, assessments, treatment plans, therapy and deliver training for staff. You will work closely with internal and external organisations to ensure excellent clinical outcomes.

Essential Skills of the Clinical/Counselling Psychologist

  • Experience with Complex Mental Health, Personality Disorders, Forensics
  • 2+ years experience as a Psychologist 
  • Supervising junior Psychologists
  • HCPC registration

Beneficial Skills of the Clinical/Counselling Psychologist

  • Experience in Secure wards/PICUs
  • Recovery & Rehabilitation Experience
  • Experience running reflective practice groups
  • Supervision to assistant psychologists
  • Inpatient experience

Benefits

  • 33 days holiday
  • Ongoing CPD & Supervision
  • Company Pension Contribution
  • Enhanced Maternity/Paternity Pay
  • Life Assurance
  • Retail Vouchers/Discounts
Location: Newbury
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: GBP £55,000.00

Psychologist - CAMHS Eating Disorder Service 
Portsmouth
Part or Full Time
£45,000 - £60,000 DOE

Overview

You will be working with an inpatient CAMHS Service, with young people who are suffering from Eating Disorders. You will provide risk assessments, and group interventions, individual and family therapy, parent support groups and facilitate the staff reflective practice meetings. You will participate in the MDT assessments and create personalised treatment plans.  

Essential Skills of the Psychologist - CAMHS Eating Disorder Service 

  • Experience in an Eating Disorder service
  • Experience working with Young People
  • HCPC registration

Beneficial Skills of the Psychologist - CAMHS Eating Disorder Service 

  • Experience running reflective practice groups
  • Supervision to assistant psychologists
  • Range of treatment method, ie CBT-E, AFT, EMDR, ACT

Benefits

  • 33 days holiday
  • Ongoing CPD & Supervision
  • Company Pension Contribution
  • Enhanced Maternity/Paternity Pay
  • Life Assurance
  • Retail Vouchers/Discounts
Location: Portsmouth
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: GBP £55,000.00

Clinical/Counselling Psychologist           
Hertfordshire
Part or Full Time
£55,000 - £65,000

Overview

Working with Children & Young People up to 18 years old, in a residential setting. You will work with two services, Learning Disabilities and Eating Disorders. Working with patients to develop personalised pathways. You will provide risk assessments, formulations and treatment to the children, young people and their families.

You will also help to develop treatment pathways, working closely with the community and other psychiatric services.

Essential Skills of the Clinical/Counselling Psychologist

  • At least 2 years experience as a Clinical or Counselling Psychologist
  • Experience working with Children & Young People
  • Experience supervising junior team members
  • HCPC registration
  • Range of treatment method, ie CBT, DBT, EMDR, ACT

Beneficial Skills of the Clinical/Counselling Psychologist

  • Experience with Eating Disorders
  • Learning Disability experience
  • Working with Complex Case Loads

Benefits

  • 33 days holiday
  • Ongoing CPD & Supervision
  • Company Pension Contribution
  • Enhanced Maternity/Paternity Pay
  • Life Assurance
  • Retail Vouchers/Discounts

 

Location: Hertfordshire
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: GBP £60,000.00

Clinical/Counselling Psychologist  
Multiple Locations: London, Manchester, Birmingham, Essex, Bristol
Full time or Part time – Flexible
£50,000 - £60,000

Overview

As a Clinical Psychological you will provide assessments and therapy to clients with acute and severe mental health. You will be working with both inpatients and outpatients who have moderate to severe complications such as Depression, Anxiety, Complex Trauma, Mental Illness, Personality Disorder, Learning Disabilities, Autism and neuro-cognitive deficits.

You will have autonomy, within guidelines to offer 1-1, group and couples therapy using the following, CBT, DBT, CAT, CFT, ACT or IPT.

Essential Experience of the Clinical/Counselling Psychologist 

  • HCPC or equivalent.
  • Experience providing psychological assessments and therapy to Adults 18+
  • Experience working within an MDT Setting and consulting with non psychology teams.
  • Experience of working with a wide variety of client groups

 

Beneficial Experience of the Clinical/Counselling Psychologist 

  • Experience within an inpatient/residential setting.
  • Supervision of staff and other clinicians.

 

Benefits

  • Enhanced company pension
  • Enhanced maternity/paternity leave
  • 35 days holiday inc.bank holidays , increasing with service
  • Enhanced Company sick pay
  • Life assurance Benefit
  • Employee Assistance programme/counselling service
  • Free on-site parking
  • Online shopping discounts
  • Ongoing CPD and Supervision
Location: London, UK
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: GBP £60,000.00

Clinical Psychologist – CAMHS  
Fully Remote
Full or Part Time
£47,000 - £50,000 DOE

Overview

Working in a specialist Autism & ADHD service for Children & Young People, you will be supporting long term outcomes for patients and their families affected by mental health. As a Clinical or Counselling Psychologist, you will deliver sessions, assessments, and treatment plans. You will also contribute to the overall development of the service.

Working in an MDT setting, you will work closely with colleagues to guide and consult on patient’s psychological care.

Essential Experience of the Clinical Psychologist – CAMHS  

  • HCPC Registered (Or equivalent)
  • Extensive experience delivering psychological assessments and therapy to children & young people.
  • Formulation experience following assessments, including compiling psychological assessment reports.

 

Beneficial Experience of the Clinical Psychologist – CAMHS  

  • Experience working with Autism, ADHD, or LD
  • Experience providing clinical supervision and support groups to assistant psychologists and non-clinically trained staff.

 

Benefits

  • 33 days holiday
  • Company pension scheme
  • Ongoing clinical and professional support and supervision from a highly experienced Assessment and Therapy Team
  • Extensive training and continued professional development
  • Ongoing monthly CPD & Supervision

To apply for the Clinical Psychologist – CAMHS role please send an updated CV to shelby@takeaseat.co.uk or apply directly via our website www.takeaseatpeople.com

Location: Fully Remote
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: GBP £50,000.00

Clinical Psychologist – North London/Nottingham
Full time or Part time, with flexible hours.
£55,000 - £60,000

The Clinical Psychologist /Child & Adolescent Psychotherapist will help lead the psychology team and work within a MDT Setting. Providing specialist interventions and therapeutic relationships play a huge role in supporting vulnerable young people to overcome their eating disorder and prepare for life outside of hospital. You need to be psychologically strong, and empathic. You will encounter difficult interactions. You will have the full support of your manager, team and regular supportive supervision, as well as access to our Employee Assistance Programme. You will be working with inpatients between the age of 8yrs – 25yrs within a split ward.

You will be required to:

  • Provide group and individual therapy to patients, providing a high-level of care.
  • To support the therapy team in the strategic improvement of therapy programme(s) and to implement new therapy modalities to meet all patients’ needs.
  • Take an active role as a part of the MDT, providing feedback on therapy and assessments to nursing staff and other allied health team members on a daily basis and as required.
  • Carry out assessments of individuals in order to develop, deliver and recommend interventions.

Benefits

  • Enhanced disclosure cost coverage
  • Comprehensive induction and ongoing training
  • Sick Pay
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
  • Workplace pension
  • Supervision & CPD
  • Personal holiday and education fund
  • Employee Assistance Programme
Location: North London
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: negotiable

Clinical Lead - Mental Health Service PT Fully remote

POSITION: Flexible, Part Time Contractor (minimum 10- 15 hours per week)

LOCATION: New York, USA Remote

 

Overview

Do you want to work for a company who are passionate about delivering high quality patient care? Giving you the autonomy to be innovative by utilizing the latest in digital technology? If Collaboration, flexibility, and empowerment are important to you then we want to talk.

We are looking for a ND Clinical Lead Licensed to practice in New York with a real passion to make a difference in the lives of young New Yorkers. Working remotely, you will have the freedom to create and manage your schedule alongside your practice. Using our technology and full support reporting, billing, administrative tasks become easy.

People are our biggest asset and we will always invest in your development. We want you to thrive, be your authentic self and do your best work. Our culture is based around being innovative, fun but most of all being exceptional. Join a team that believes in creating the future of digital first healthcare and transform the lives of patients for the better.

 

WHAT WE WILL YOU GET?

 

Flexible, remote work allowing you full autonomy

Patients ready and waiting for your expertise

All equipment provided, including full technical support and HIPAA- complaint systems

Prompt reimbursement and easy access to your practice details

Opportunities for professional development

Generous competitive compensation

 

WHAT DO YOU NEED?

 

Licensed Clinical Psychologist (PsyD or Phd) qualification, with registration and license to practice in New York

Minimum 2 years’ experience delivering mental health services to Children and Adolescents

High level of knowledge and expertise to tailor your work

Ability to communicate complex and sensitive clinical information effectively

Excellent report writing skills.

Experienced with risk assessments

Experience in developing policies and procedures

CBT Qualification (Desirable)

 

If you are like being a role model, maintaining the highest standards and are passionate about collaborating with others, then we want to hear from you. We want to transform lives by empowering patients and families affected by mental health, autism and ADHD conditions to support long-term outcomes and wellbeing. If you do too then apply today to speak with one of our team about creating the future.

 

 

 

Job type: Contract
Emp type: Part-time
Pay interval: Hourly
Pay rate: negotiable

Psychologist – Clinical or Counselling
Fully Remote
Full or Part Time
£55,000 - £65,000

Overview

You will work with insurance companies providing psychological treatment to Adults who have experienced Trauma, PTSD and Anxiety due to physical injury. You will be providing assessments, 1-1 therapy, report writing and working closely with individuals with an aim of returning back to work or a functioning way of life.

You will carry a caseload and have an input into the clinical governance, you will also help support the development of new clinical services and pathways.

Working as part of an MDT such as case managers, doctors, nurses, social workers, education professionals, health visitors, psychiatrists and occupational therapists.

Essential Experience of the Clinical or Counselling Psychologist

  • HCPC Registered (Or equivalent)
  • Extensive experience delivering psychological assessments.
  • Formulation experience following assessments, including compiling psychological assessment reports.
  • Experience of treating attachment and trauma related disorders and the use of therapeutic, trauma-informed care.
  • Writing of professional reports (expert witness)

Beneficial Experience of the Clinical or Counselling Psychologist

  • Experience of working with clients following traumatic physical injury.
  • Experience providing clinical supervision and support groups to non-clinically trained staff

Benefits

  • 25 days’ holiday plus 8 bank holidays
  • Company pension scheme
  • Employee assistance programme
  • Ongoing clinical and professional support and supervision from a highly experienced Assessment and Therapy Team
  • Extensive training and continued professional development
  • CPD, Therapeutic Care training, Story Stem Assessment Training, and Clinical Trauma Specialist Certification.

To apply for the Clinical or Counselling Psychologist role please send an updated CV to shelby@takeaseat.co.uk or apply directly via our website www.takeaseatpeople.com

Location: Remote
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: GBP £65,000.00

Specialist Clinical Psychologist  
Lancashire
Full time or Part time – Flexible
£45,000 - £55,000

Overview

As a Clinical Psychological you will provide assessments and treatment to clients with severe and long-suffering mental health. You will be working within a residential setting with young adults between the age of 16 – 25. Residents have a range of mental health concerns such as complex trauma, PTSD, Personality Disorder and Eating Disorders.

Working in an MDT setting, you will work closely to guide and consult on clients psychological care to non-psychologist colleagues and non-professional carers. You will have full autonomy within guidelines and have a input into how the overall service moves forward.

Essential Experience of the Specialist Clinical Psychologist 

  • HCPC or equivalent.
  • Experience providing psychological assessments and therapy to young adults and children.
  • Knowledge of Complex Trauma, Eating Disorders and Personality Disorders.
  • Experience working within an MDT Setting and consulting with non psychology teams.
  • Experience of working with a wide variety of client groups

 

Beneficial Experience of the Specialist Clinical Psychologist 

  • EMDR, CAT, ST experience.
  • Experience working with complex trauma and eating disorders.
  • Experience within an inpatient/residential setting.
  • Supervision of staff and other clinicians.
  • Management experience.

Benefits

  • Enhanced company pension
  • Enhanced maternity/paternity leave
  • 35 days holiday inc.bank holidays , increasing with service
  • Enhanced Company sick pay
  • Life assurance Benefit
  • Employee Assistance programme/counselling service
  • Free on-site parking
  • Online shopping discounts
  • Ongoing CPD and Supervision
Location: Lancashire
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: GBP £55,000.00

Psychologist – Clinical or Forensic
Kent
Part time – 3 days per week
£50,000 - £55,000

Overview
Working within a brand-new residential assessment service working with adolescents, aged 14 years and over, who stay within the service for 16 weeks. You will be providing assessments, interventions, 1-1 therapy and family therapy. Working closely with the individual with an aim of returning home, into foster care or a long term residential placement.

You will work alongside a team to provide Attachment and Trauma Informed therapy and leadership. You will work to SAFE model guidelines and take a significant lead in the delivery of comprehensive integrated assessments, consultation, training, and interventions.

You will work as part of an MDT and provide therapeutic support, consultancy and training to staff, develop assessment reports, and create therapeutic support plans.

Essential Experience of the Clinical or Forensic Psychologist

  • HCPC/ACP Registered (Or equivalent)
  • Extensive experience delivering psychological assessments.
  • Formulation experience following assessments, including compiling psychological assessment reports.
  • Experience of treating attachment and trauma related disorders and the use of therapeutic, trauma-informed care.

Beneficial Experience of the Clinical or Forensic Psychologist

  • Experience within CAMHS/Child & Adolescent Services.
  • Experience within a residential care setting.
  • Experience providing clinical supervision and support groups to non-clinically trained staff
  • Writing of professional reports (expert witness)

Benefits

  • 25 days’ holiday plus 8 bank holidays
  • Company pension scheme
  • SimplyHealth employee healthcare cashback scheme
  • PerkBox online benefit programme for employee perks and discounts
  • Employee assistance programme
  • Ongoing clinical and professional support and supervision from a highly experienced Assessment and Therapy Team
  • Extensive training and continued professional development
  • CPD, Therapeutic Care training, Story Stem Assessment Training, and Clinical Trauma Specialist Certification.
Location: Kent
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Part-time
Salary type: Annual
Salary: GBP £55,000.00