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This is a fantastic opportunity for a Psychological Therapist to join our expanding Early Intervention for Psychosis service in Leeds.
We are looking to recruit a part-time therapist in the first instance (15 hours per week), with the aim of expanding this provision in the future.
Applicants must have either a qualification in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or in Clinical/Counselling Psychology (with demonstrated skills and competency in CBT) and must be passionate about working with people experiencing psychosis and their families. Experience/training in CBT for psychosis (CBTp) is desirable and we would support the development of these skills through supervision and training.
As the Psychological Therapist you will primarily provide 1:1 psychological therapy but would also work closely with MDT colleagues, both directly with clients and families and also through supervision and consultation.
We are an innovative and creative service with an excellent track record of service user involvement and co-production.
The service is also active in research and has good links with Leeds University clinical psychology programme and the CBT courses in Manchester and Hull.
If you wish to discuss this opportunity please contact – contact Alex Perry, Psychological Therapies Lead or Fiona Barber, Service Manager Tel: ( Phone number removed ) .
You will be joining Community Links, an award winning, leading mental health provider working across the region of Yorkshire and the Humber whose core values are: behaving with integrity, embracing individuality, valuing people, taking pride in what we do, and achieving excellence.
Closing Date 23:59 Sunday 30th October 2016
Interviews to be held on 14th November 2016
We aim for our workforce to reflect the diverse and exciting region we serve.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.
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