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Opportunities for Qualified or Newly Qualified Clinical/ Forensic Psychologists

Job Title: Opportunities for Qualified or Newly Qualified Clinical/ Forensic Psychologists
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: England
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Salary: Competitive salary and benefits package
Job Published: August 09, 2018 12:45

Job Description

Opportunities for research, training & CPD

We’re a unique mental health charity with a clear focus on the outcomes for the individual.

With facilities in Northampton, Birmingham, Essex & Nottinghamshire, we provide care across a number of services including Autistic Spectrum Disorder and Learning Disability, Men’s Mental Health, Women’s Mental Health, Neuropsychiatry and CAMHS.  Our highly specialist Integrated Practice Units (IPUs) put the needs of our patients first and places them firmly at the heart of decision making, with all surpluses reinvested into their care.

We are recruiting across the charity for Qualified or Newly Qualified Clinical/Forensic Psychologists - there’s nowhere more inspiring to transform lives and get what you want from your career.  

Psychology is highly valued within the charity and is embedded within a multi-disciplinary approach. You will be fully involved in the development, delivery and evaluation of a range of therapeutic assessments, functional analyses and formulation-led psychological interventions. 

Current opportunities include:

CAMHS - Northampton

A highly specialised service, accepting challenging patients from across the country that have not made sufficient progress in other services.  

The CAMHS Integrated Practice Unit includes three acute admission units, and two treatment and recovery units, supporting young men and women with a range of complex difficulties and co-morbidities including mental illness, developmental trauma and neuro-developmental diagnoses in a low secure setting. 

LEARNING DISABILITY SERVICE - Northampton

The Secure Learning Disability Integrated Practice Unit provides specialist care for men and women with mild learning disabilities and co morbid mental health, neurodevelopmental and offending / challenging behaviour needs.

The service has an established DBT service and has assessment and treatment pathways for violence reduction, arson, sexual offending and substance use needs, as well as treatments for mental health and developmental disorder needs.

MEN'S SERVICE  - Essex

This Low Secure Ward in our Adult Mental Health Integrated Practice Unit cares for male adults with complex and mental disorders, predominantly psychosis but with other co-morbid conditions.

Our Essex site has a solid support function and established DBT service.

Interested?

We would love to hear from you.

Please apply or visit www.stah.org/careers to find out more.