This is an exciting new post developing inpatient psychology provision for Older People in Surrey.
We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and innovative Clinical Psychologist to offer high quality psychological input to inpatient services. People with a passion for working with older people and interests in neuropsychological and recovery approaches may be particularly interested in this post.
You will be based at the Meadows site (West Park in Epsom) and will provide a psychology service for 24 people using our inpatient services. This will be split across three 8-bedded units for older people: two for people who have dementia and one for people experiencing acute mental health difficulties. You will also provide leadership and supervision to Clinical Psychologists working in two further 2 inpatient services for Older People in the trust.
You will be working collaboratively with members of a dynamic and well-established inpatient multi-disciplinary team, where psychology is seen as a valuable resource and where you will have the opportunity to develop the role of psychology within the service.
The post holder will be receive individual professional supervision and receive specialist group neuropsychology supervision from a Clinical Neuropsychologist. You will have the opportunity to be part of an active group of approximately 12 qualified Clinical Psychologists. The service has strong links with the Clinical Psychology training programme at the University of Surrey. You will be well supported within the psychology team, where continuing professional development and staff support are highly valued.
Any job offer will be dependent on HCPC registration.
If you would like to know more about this exciting opportunity, please contact
Dr Jo Rowland – ( Email address removed ) – Principal Clinical Psychologist - ( ( Phone number removed ) ) (Wed- Fri)
Deana Mellett (Inpatient Matron) on: ( Phone number removed ) .
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The Trust would encourage applications from people who have experience of using Mental Health & Learning Disability Services.
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