We invite you to apply for a Band 7-8a preceptorship role within a highly effective and well-resourced Early Intervention Service based in Solihull. Our ethos is one of inclusivity and creativity to deliver holistic interventions which make a difference to people's lives.
Although we are a team who specialise in psychosis, there are a wide range of presentations within the psychosis that will allow you to develop foundational therapeutic skills targeting other areas (anxiety, low mood, self-esteem, trauma, etc). Beyond therapy, the role includes a range of opportunities to develop leaderships skills, including supervision, consultation and training. Research and service development opportunities are also available and encouraged.
There are a variety of training opportunities within this role, ranging from Family Interventions to a post-graduate certificate in CBT for Psychosis. You will be supported to complete any relevant training to allow you to deliver NICE-concordant interventions within this population.
Main duties of the job
You will be part of a supportive multidisciplinary team including psychiatrists, nurses and support workers, in addition to an occupational therapist, senior health instructor and employment specialist. Psychology in embedded throughout the team and we have a qualified psychologist, assistant psychologist, in addition to trainees and honorary students from local universities.
The service supports individual's aged between 14-65 experiencing their first episode of psychosis, and their families. We are aiming to launch an At-Risk Mental State (ARMS) pathway by November 2022, which will allow us to support people who are more likely to develop psychosis in the future. The post will be based at Trust base (Maple Leaf Centre) but will require flexibility to travel around the Birmingham and Solihull area.
The post is full-time and the duties covered would require full time hours. However, applicants who may wish to discuss part-time roles are encouraged to enquire and seek further advice.
We would welcome applications from trainees due to complete their training this year. Applicants are also welcome to visit the team or spend a day with us to get a feel for the service.
For further information please contact Dr Harvinder Tagger (Consultant Clinical Psychologist for Solar and EIS) on 0121 301 2750 or Steve Harrison (EIS Hub Manager) on 0121 301 4967 or Dr Arsal Rana (Principal Clinical Psychologist) on 0121 301 4967.
Welcome to Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust. Our 4000 clinical and support staff help us to improve mental health wellbeing and meet the needs of the 70,000 people we serve each year. We provide a range of mental healthcare services across Birmingham and Solihull, as well as specialised services nationally. We also offer medical, nursing and psychology training and are proud of our international reputation for both research and innovation.
Our population is culturally diverse, characterised in places by high levels of deprivation which create an increasing demand for our services and a necessity for us to make sure everyone can access the help they need. We are a team of compassionate, inclusive and committed people working together to provide excellent care to support our community. If you are looking for a place to belong, where you can make a real difference to people's lives, join our team where our warm welcome is waiting for you.
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