Information or advice about your wellbeing – or how you can help somebody else.
Based in GP Surgeries or Community Hospitals in Flint, Holywell or North Wrexham
24 hours per week for 12 months post initially
Salary Scale £21,693 pro rata
North East Wales Mind, a leading Mental Health Charity, is looking to appoint four enthusiastic, well-motivated individuals to carry out part time duties in a new service which we are piloting in partnership with GP surgeries in Flint, Holywell and north West Wrexham.
Active Monitoring is an early intervention programme that enables GPs to refer patients directly to a North East Wales Mind Practitioner based in a GPs surgery as soon as they present with symptoms of anxiety, depression, low self-esteem or stress.
You will need to be qualified to Health and Social Care Level 3 or equivalent.
We’ll give you the chance to work in a small friendly team and you’ll need a person-centred approach and a positive attitude, empathy, compassion and patience with people in mental distress.
If you’re interested in delivering an exciting new service in your local community which will make a difference to people with mental health problems, please view the Job Description, Person Specification and Application Form below.
Closing date and time: Monday 17 September 2018 at 8am
Interview dates: 24 and 25 September 2018
For an informal discussion about the role please call 01352 974429 and ask for Julie Scott.
As this post will involve working with vulnerable adults
an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check will be applied for.
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North East Wales Mind’s Talking Therapies is an established and expanding counselling and psycho-educational training service. We currently have opportunities for self-employed counsellors to join our Affiliate Counsellor Network.
We’re looking for experienced and capable therapists who can build strong therapeutic relationships with our clients, create a safe and compassionate environment, and bring one or more approaches to their work. Our general counselling service works with adults with a range of presenting issues. There will also be opportunities for those suitably qualified to deliver psycho-educational training and those experienced in trauma work to support emergency services personnel as part of our Blue Light Programme.
You’ll need to be qualified, BACP or UKCP registered, insured and able to provide evidence of a minimum of 350 practice hours, ongoing supervision and your self-employed status. As the work is sessional it will be ideal for someone who has their own practice or is working part- time in another job.
The service is based at our attractive and welcoming Wellbeing Centre is Mold, but some work will be in other locations throughout Flintshire and Wrexham. We can offer personal and professional development through regular peer supervision and training opportunities through the Mind network.
For more details see Appendix A: Services to be provided
To apply, send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org