Studio III Clinical Services is an established UK company with our Head Office in Alcester, Warwickshire. The role we are recruiting for will cover a wide geographic area so ability to travel is essential. Own car is required for this post.
We are seeking a qualified clinician with an interest and experience in working with adults and children with complex behaviours and the carers who support them in a range of different settings. As an integral part of a strong MDT consisting of senior clinicians and assistant psychologists, you will be responsible for providing, developing and managing specialist consultancy, assessment and interventions for people with diverse and complex health needs, their families and carers in a range of services including foster care services, residential children’s services and the community. The role will include autonomous, lone working, including some working from home and working as a team member with other psychologists and professionals.
You will provide specialist psychological interventions including individual, group and systemic intervention as appropriate based around integrated low arousal, person centred and relationship based approaches to supporting people with very complex behaviours. As a proactive member of the multidisciplinary team you will work collaboratively, consulting, supporting and advising non-psychological colleagues and professionals from local authorities and other agencies. You will be open to working with difficult to engage client groups, demonstrate respect and integrity for others, placing person-centred care at the forefront of your practice. You place high importance on accountability and excellence and are keen to contribute to support and are pathways in collaboration with the service manager.
If you have a minimum of 3-5 years’ experience as a Clinical/Counselling Psychologist, working with children and adults with diverse conditions and the carers and families who support them. If you have the ability to empathise and communicate in a sensitive manner, build positive relationships and promote and maintain the understanding of confidentiality and professional working boundaries, we would be very keen to engage in further discussion with you.
To be considered for this role you must be a chartered member of the BPS with HCPC registration or a registered member of the BACP/UKCP. You will fully observe the BPS/BACP/UKCP code of conduct, keep up-to-date with developments in the field of psychology to ensure you meet the continued professional development requirements for the post.
- Work from home opportunities
- Flexible working hours
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
Salary from: £43,772.00 /year dependent on relevant experience
Closing date for applications: 27th Jan 2020
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