Are you interested in complexity, longer-term work, and close multi-disciplinary team working?
The Forensic Psychology department is seeking to recruit a Clinical, Counselling or Forensic Psychologist to join to join our multidisciplinary low secure in-patient service, based at Woodlands House, Aylesbury. The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring the provision of a high quality psychological service within the unit, engaging with a challenging but rewarding population. They will be encouraged to become actively involved in the identity of those services, furthering the recovery agenda, and the promotion of psychological-mindedness across the low secure services. We welcome a range of psychological models and reflective thinking and creative approaches are highly valued. There is an emphasis on close multi-disciplinary team working. Staff support and working with families/carers are an important part of the role.
There will also be opportunities to lead on service wide projects in order to contribute significantly to improving the quality of the psychological services that we provide. Our psychology department is proud of the diversity of therapeutic approaches utilised in our work, where supervision and continuing professional development is prioritised.
For informal inquiries about the post please contact Dr Claudia Koch, Consultant Clinical Psychologist (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This post is full-time, although part-time applicants will be considered. It includes an annual recruitment and retention payment for working in secure services.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Name: Claudia Koch, Job title: Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Email address: email@example.com, Telephone number: 01865902790
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