The North Yorkshire and York Early Intervention for Psychosis Service is looking to recruit a full time Trainee Systemic Family Therapist. The post will be based in Scarborough, covering Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale.
This is an exciting opportunity to join our Early Intervention for Psychosis team in a therapy delivery role with training and development built in to the post.Main duties of the job
Applicants will be required to have either RMN or equivalent mental health core qualification and be registered with a professional regulatory body, and to have completed and passed an Association of Family Therapy (AFT) accredited Systemic Family Therapy foundation course.
They will also have significant experience delivering psychological informed interventions to people experiencing severe mental health problems in a secondary care setting. Training and experience delivering behavioural family therapy for psychosis would be highly relevant experience.
In addition a strong demonstrable interest in Systemic Family Therapy and a willingness to engage in further study and practice towards eventual accreditation as a Systemic Family Therapist and competencies in Family Intervention for Psychosis is essential.
During the course of training study and placement outside the North Yorkshire locality may be required. There will be no costs for further training incurred by the individual however the offer of trainee post to the successful applicant will be contingent on acceptance (or working towards acceptance) onto the next level accredited training course.
On successfully achieving accreditation as a Systemic Family Psychotherapist with UK Council for Psychotherapy the post holder would be upgraded to a Band 7 Psychological Therapist job description, role and salary.About us
Tees, Esk & Wear Valley NHS Trust EIP service has an established, and growing, network of systemic family therapists who have a integral role to the leadership and delivery of EIP across both care groups. The service has strong active practice development connections with provider and HEI colleagues regionally and nationally.
The successful candidate will join an established multi-disciplinary Early Intervention for Psychosis Team. Their role in the team will be a focus on the family and carer centred approach and intervention.
The priority of their job plan will be to completeundertake a structured programme of learning including personal study, academic work, learning and assessment leading to a formal qualification and accreditable standard in a Systemic Family Therapy and competencies in Family Intervention for Psychosis.Job descriptionJob responsibilities
Please refer to the attached job description and person specification for further detailed information to ensure that you meet the role criteria before applying.
Additional contact details: Dr Anna Rowe, Principal Applied Psychologist North Yorkshire & York EIP email@example.comPerson SpecificationQualificationsEssential
- A qualification that leads to registration with a professional regulatory body (HCPC, GMC, NMC or Social Work England) AND current registration with this professional regulatory body.
- Required to have a strong demonstrable interest in Systemic Family Therapy and to have completed and passed an AFT accredited Systemic Family Therapy foundation course
- They will have experience of delivering psychological informed interventions to people experiencing severe mental health problems in a secondary care setting
Employer detailsEmployer name
- Required to have a strong demonstrable interest in Systemic Family Therapy
Tees Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation TrustAddress
The Ellis Centre
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