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East of England psychological professions vacancies

17 Sep 21

Psychological professions vacancies - East of England
17th September 2021


Clinical Fellow (Mental Health Crisis), East of England or South West

1 x 18 month secondment, based in East of England
1 x 18 month secondment, based in South West

Two exciting secondment opportunities have arisen for a Clinician with specialist post registration experience in mental health crisis to support workforce development, education and training across England for mental health crisis services.  These posts will be regionally based  in the South West and East of England, and will work flexibly across the National Mental Health Programme. Please specify in your application which region you are applying for.

Closing date: 23/09/2021; interviews are likely to take place w/c 18 October 2021

Clinical/Counselling Psychologist, Older People’s Psychological Services, Mid Essex. Band 8a (or Band 7-8a preceptorship)
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust

We have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic Clinical/Counselling Psychologist who is seeking career progression and a varied clinical role in our well-established and dynamic Older Adult Psychological Services in Mid Essex.
To support professional development, this post has a dedicated £6000 (max) CPD funding over 3 years with learning objectives linked to individual appraisal in line with service objectives.

Newly qualified clinical/counselling psychologists or those who will be qualifying and achieving HCPC status this year are invited to apply under a preceptorship arrangement.We welcome informal enquiries (telephone, online video, visits), please contact: Dr Parmjit Khela, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 07583 137035 (Mon-Wed).

Closing date 27.09.21

Practitioner Psychologist Crisis Resolution Team / Home Treatment Team
Norfolk & Suffolk Foundation Trust

We have an interesting and exciting opportunity for a full time Band 8a Practitioner Psychologist to join our Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team in East Suffolk (£3,000 recruitment incentive available). The successful candidate will work closely alongside and be supported by other qualified psychologists situated in acute services and the Mental Health Liaison Service. It would be advantageous for the post holder to have had further clinical training in CBTp, DBT or one of the specialist trauma therapies, and the Trust will support further training and CPD relevant to the role.  If you are positive, motivated and have a commitment to delivering high quality care in the crisis and home treatment pathway we would like to hear from you.

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Closing date 28/09/2021

Qualified EHCP/CWP
Hertfordshire Community Trust, based in St Albans and with County wide travel

Working across 14 SEN schools within Hertfordshire and West Essex to provide evidence based interventions to young people and their families, whilst working in partnership with the school to support the Whole school approach to Emotional Wellbeing.

Closing date: 03/10/2021

Senior Mental Health Practitioner
Hertfordshire Community Trust, based in St Albans and with County wide travel

Supporting the SEN MHST team to provide evidence based interventions and work in partnership with SEN schools, to develop their whole school approach to emotional wellbeing. Provide regular supervision to EMHPs and risk manage, whilst creating continual networks with all multi-disciplinary professionals.

Closing date: 10/10/2021

Principal Clinical / Counselling Psychologist
Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

The post holder will be the lead psychologist for the newly developing Maternity Mental Health (MMH) Team.  The role is attached to the Milton Keynes Specialist Perinatal Mental Health Service which is a multi-disciplinary team including Psychiatrist, Team Manager, Psychologist and Psychological Therapist, Specialist CPN’s, Lead OT, Nursery Nurse and administration staff.  You will be working with women with moderate-complex Mental Health difficulties arising from the experience of loss and trauma relating to their maternity/perinatal/neonatal experience.  This will include, but will not be limited to, PTSD following birth trauma, perinatal loss including miscarriage, stillbirth, termination or neonatal death, and severe tokophobia (primary and secondary tokophobia).

For more information please contact
Gloria Aldridge, Perinatal Clinical Nurse Manager on 01908 724362/07816 910546 or Emma Cross, Psychological Therapist on 07887 936013

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