We have an exciting opportunity for a specialist clinical psychologist with relevant experience and an interest in neurodevelopment to join the Social Communication Disorders Service (SCDS), the clinical arm of the National Centre for High Functioning Autism, based at Great Ormond Street Hospital. The SCDS is a specialist multidisciplinary team providing assessment and treatment of children with complex neurodevelopmental difficulties and suspected or confirmed social communication disorder.
The successful candidates will provide a range of specialist psychological assessments and interventions to children/young people seen in the SCDS, and their families, including multidisciplinary evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of complex autism spectrum disorders. This post offers opportunities for professional development and involvement in research, in collaboration with the Behavioural and Brain Sciences Unit at the Institute of Child Health.
The successful candidate will join a group of psychologists working across a range of neurodevelopmental specialty teams within the Trust, in addition to accessing the learning and opportunities that come with being part of a wider psychology service at a leading children’s hospital.
For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Dr Marianna Murin, Principal Clinical Psychologist on ( Phone number removed ) Extn: 8585
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