An exciting opportunity for a CBT therapist wishing to expand their CBT experience into Higher Education working on innovative new courses at the University of Sussex.
We are looking for an accredited Cognitive Behavioural therapist / Chartered Psychologist with experience of working with Children and Young people with an interest in developing further skills in teaching and supervision. You will have the opportunity to prepare, deliver and evaluate training on the Sussex University Post Graduate Therapeutic Courses, which include the Post Graduate Certificate Children's Wellbeing Practitioner (CWP), the Post Graduate Diploma in Education and Mental Health Practice (EMHP),PG Certificate in Supervision of Therapeutic Practice. You will also have access to CBT CPD opportunities. You will have a core profession or the equivalent, be BABCP accredited and have significant experience of working with Children and Young People. You may have had some teaching experience but this is not essential. You would be an experienced supervisor and be keen to develop your skills further.
You will be based within Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Psychology and Psychological Therapies directorate and work at the University of Sussex.
Main duties of the job
To work as a member of the therapeutic courses team, providing leadership and high quality, support to the provision of Therapeutic Practice Training at Masters Level.
To support psychological practice within the team, primarily by facilitating reflective practice groups, and through consultation, supervision, formulation and training /education. To participate in systematic clinical governance and to offer clinical supervision to assistant, trainee and more junior CBT and students. To utilise research skills for audit, service development and research within the area served by the team/service.
Sussex Partnership is a leading NHS Foundation Trust and a Teaching Trust of Brighton and Sussex Medical School. Sussex Partnership has an exemplary track record of clinical service delivery, research and education in mental health, learning disabilities, and substance misuse and prison healthcare. We provide a growing range of specialist services across the south east of England and beyond, currently delivering a service to 100,000 people a year.
We are an equal opportunities employer and keen to recruit people from a diversity of backgrounds - we are especially keen to receive applications from people with personal experience of mental health challenges.
Job description Job responsibilities
Please see the attached job description/person specification for a full outline of the role's main responsibilities
Person Specification Qualifications Essential
- Recognised/accredited postgraduate level training in a psychological therapy as specified in the appendix.
- Professionally registered as specified in the Appendix
- Substantial post-qualification/accreditation experience of specialist psychological therapy with Children and Young People (assessment, formulation and treatment), as specified in the Appendix
- Good inter-personal and inter-professional skills and ability to work autonomously as a single discipline practitioner in a multi-disciplinary setting
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