CYP-IAPT is an acronym for the Child and Young Peoples Programme for Improving Access to Psychological Therapies. It is a service transformation programme led by NHS England of which a large part is training for managers, supervisors and clinicians who are implementing CYP-IAPT. The courses are funded by Health Education England. Students are staff from the NHS, local authority and Voluntary Organisations who are part of the CYP IAPT collaboration. The College in a consortium with University College London delivers training in several CYP-IAPT Programme: PgCert CYP-IAPT Therapies, with specialisms in CBT, Systemic Family Practice, Parent Training; PgCert CYP-IAPT Supervision; PgCert Evidence-based Counselling Practice; PgCert Child Wellbeing Practice (CWP); PgCert CWP Supervision and Service Development.
This post will have a key role in organising and delivering teaching, especially CBT training across several CYP-IAPT programmes. It will include acting as personal tutor; and supporting training practice within work settings.
Applicants should possess a doctoral level qualification in clinical psychology (or its equivalent for those trained before 1996) and be HPC registered. Also essential is expertise in theory and practice of CBT and its developmental applications, and of core evidence based therapy with children, young people & families; knowledge and commitment to the CYP IAPT programme and principles; experience in supervising qualified child mental health practitioners working with children and young people is desirable.
It may be possible to combine this post with a part-time clinical post in South London & Maudsley NHS Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), or other relevant NHS Trust, depending on experience and clinical area.
The deadline for applications is midnight on 6 September 2017
The selection process will include a panel interview
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