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London wide Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Programme (IAPT) for CBT High Intensity Therapists

Job Title: London wide Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Programme (IAPT) for CBT High Intensity Therapists
Contract Type: Temporary
Location: London
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Job Published: May 14, 2019 14:17

Job Description

Applications open from Wednesday 15 May 10 am – 11.59 pm Monday 27 May 2019

London wide Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Programme (IAPT) for CBT High Intensity Therapists 

Psychological therapy services across London are now recruiting CBT High Intensity Trainees as part of the IAPT programme. These services deliver evidence based psychological therapies for people with anxiety and depression. 

Are you an experienced mental health professional or social care worker with a recognised professional qualification working in a mental health setting?  Have you considered training in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and getting paid to do it? 

Applications are invited from qualified Clinical or Counselling Psychological Therapists, Mental Health Nurses, Psychotherapists, Counsellors, Occupational Therapists, Social Workers and Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners to apply for the one-year full-time IAPT post graduate diploma courses based at King’s College London and Royal Holloway. 

Applicants without a core mental health profession (such as Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner or counsellors without UKCP or BACP accreditation) must be able to meet the required KSA process. 

The training programme consists of three days working within an IAPT service and two days at university taught by experts in the field. 

Further information including the High Intensity Therapist information pack and the application process can be found on the KCL PGDip website.

This information is essential reading for successful applications.

Please visit the website http://www.kcl.ac.uk/iapt-cbt for more information about the KCL course and http://www.central-london-cbt.com/ for Royal Holloway.

For more information about IAPT see https://www.england.nhs.uk/mental-health/adults/iapt/.