Band 7 - CBT Therapist (BABCP Accredited) or Clinical Psychologist/Counselling Psychologist
Are you passionate about delivering meaningful and effective therapeutic experiences for patients and wish to expand your skills and knowledge, in a high performing service?
Then we want to hear from you.
The Bedfordshire Wellbeing Service (BWS) is an expanding IAPT service. The service offers low and high intensity interventions in individual, couple and group formats. We consistently achieve excellent recovery and reliable improvement rates, due to our focus on delivering flexible packages of care, designed to meet patient needs. We have also devised specialist treatment programmes delivering PTSD workshops, therapy tailored for the treatment of long term conditions and the delivery of digitally enhanced therapy.
We are looking for CBT Therapists or Clinical / Counselling Psychologists who are BABCP accredited or eligible for accreditation to join the service at this interesting time of change and expansion within Bedfordshire.
Bedfordshire Wellbeing Service is one of four IAPT services run and administered by East London NHS Foundation Trust, the others being Newham Talking Therapies, Tower Hamlets Talking Therapies and Richmond Wellbeing Service. The four services are located organisationally in the Specialist Services Directorate and work together on joint projects.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a team that is moving into a new phase of development and expansion. Your ideas and creativity would be welcome in contributing to the delivery of an innovative service, which meets the needs of the local diverse community.
For further information, please contact: David Walter, Deputy Clinical Lead on 01234 880400
This advert closes on Tuesday 9 Feb 2021
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