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CBT Therapist

CTJ2-NSVSS-N-42040
NJC Scale Point 25-26, £29,577 - £30,451 (pro-rata)
Contract
3 - Years
30 / per week - Part-Time

CBT Therapist (2 posts)

Part-time – fixed term 3 year contract

 

Salary

NJC Scale Point 25-26, £29,577 - £30,451 (pro-rata)

 

Hours of work

30 hours per week, Worked over 5 shifts, Monday – Sunday (our service is open Monday-Friday 9am - 8pm and Saturday-Sunday 10am - 1pm)

 

Location

Current remote working from home due to Covid-19 restrictions providing online/telephone counselling.  This post will then be based in the city (with possible travel to outreach locations).  Travel is required as part of this role and so access to a car is needed.

 

Job Purpose

To deliver evidence-based psychological therapies in the form of CBT and EMDR and model good practice for working with survivors of sexual violence (age 18+) which is safe, ethical and effective and supports key outcomes.

 

Responsibilities

  • Managing a caseload of clients and providing evidence-based psychological interventions in the form of CBT and EMDR for short and medium term sessions
  • To undertake rigorous Clinical Assessments and identify and action needs/risks and safeguarding matters appropriately and in a timely manner
  • To formulate, plan and monitor individualised Recovery Focused Support Plans with clients including effective signposting and referrals as necessary
  • Liaise effectively with key personnel and colleagues to contribute to the safe and productive day to day running of the therapeutic service

 

Essential experience, qualifications & skills

  • A Masters Level Qualification in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or Post Graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and accreditation with BABCP
  • EMDR qualification and accreditation with the EMDR Association UK
  • Experience of conducting Clinical Risk Assessments
  • Have in-depth knowledge of issues affecting people who have experienced sexual violence, both recent and non-recent
  • Experience of delivering a wide range of therapeutic approaches to mental health problems and experience of routine outcome monitoring & ability to meet agreed specified service targets.
  • Excellent IT and interpersonal skills

 

Further information or requirements

  • Applicants who successfully pass the initial set questions will be sent an application pack. A completed application form is needed in order to fully apply for this post.
  • Travel across Nottinghamshire will be required as part of this role and so access to a vehicle is required.
  • Successful applicants will be subject to DBS vetting
  • Applicants must have a valid Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults Certificate prior to starting this role.

 

Closing date: 12noon on 14th February

Interview date: TBC - Early March

 



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