Following Future in mind recommendations Sheffield Children NHS foundation has currently transformed Community Service provision for children and young people with Eating Disorders in Sheffield.
SEDATT (Sheffield Eating Disorder Assessment and Treatment Team) is a new Community Eating Disorder Team, alongside Community CAMHS, which has grown from a multidisciplinary assessment clinic with CAMHS and Paediatrics. Our key aim is to assess and treat young people and their families in the community, whilst offering evidenced based interventions.
Following Future in mind recommendations Sheffield Children NHS foundation has currently transformed Community Service provision for children and young people with Eating Disorders in Sheffield. SEDATT (Sheffield Eating Disorder Assessment and Treatment Team) is a new Community Eating Disorder Team, alongside Community CAMHS, which has grown from a multidisciplinary assessment clinic with CAMHS and Paediatrics. Our key aim is to assess and treat young people and their families in the community, whilst offering evidenced based interventions (Family Based Treatment/Maudsley/Family Therapy/MFT/ CBT/CBT-E/Guided Self Help/Systemic practice) and when appropriate, working with our colleagues in Tier 4, and adult services to ensure smooth transitions. The team is committed to collaborative multi-disciplinary work and enjoys very positive links with other partnership agencies. As part of the team, the postholder will be expected to deliver eating disoder specialist family therapy for young people and their families and co-ordinate and supervise the systemic interventions offered by the team. This is an exciting opportunity for a family therapist part of a new and developing team and grow expertise in a multi-disciplinary eating disorder team for young people and their families. We would welcome conversations/ visits with interested applicants. Please contact Alison Murphy (Principal Family Therapist) on ( Phone number removed ) or Christine Ramsden (Clinical Nurse Specialist)/ Dr Nisha Alex (Consultant Psychiatrist) on ( Phone number removed ) . The deadline for applications is 28th October and interviews will be on 23rd November.
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The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. If a DBS check is required for the post you are applying for any offer of employment will be provisional on a satisfactory DBS check being obtained.
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