Specialist Clinical Psychologist (CAMHS) - 2 posts
To provide a high quality clinical psychology service to children, adolescents and families in a generic Tier 3 Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) Team, working autonomously within professional guidelines and the overall framework of the department's policies and procedures. This includes: A. Assessment and provision of psychological interventions to children and their families. B. Advice and consultation on clients' psychological care to non-psychological colleagues and to other non professional carers. C. Teaching principles of psychological theory and therapy to non-psychological colleagues and to other non-professional carers. D. To provide teaching and supervision to other psychologists, trainee clinical psychologies and assistant psychologists. E. To apply research skills to guide and develop evidence based clinical practice, and in-service development, service evaluation and clinical audit, and undertaking clinically relevant research. Candidates must be educated to post graduate doctoral level in Clinical Psychology and registered with HPC.