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This is an exciting opportunity for newly or recently qualified clinical psychologists to enhance their skills in the field of clinical health psychology.
You will join a highly motivated and dynamic team of clinical psychologists working throughout the Trust in stroke, cancer, palliative care, diabetes, pain management, sexual health, MUS, burns, and trauma.
Under the supervision of the psychology service manager the post holder would be encouraged to develop their research interests along with intervention programmes, group work and education of patients and staff.
The post is largely based in the new and modern surroundings of St Helens Hospital recently rated outstanding by the CQC, providing outpatient services, with some inpatient work at Whiston Hospital, a new acute care setting.
The successful candidate will hold a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology or similar qualification and must be eligible for registration with the HCPC.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Dr Sue Elves, Head of Clinical Psychology Services on ( Phone number removed ) . ( Email address removed )
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