CARING FOR PEOPLE - KEEPING PEOPLE WELL
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An exciting opportunity has become available for a motivated and enthusiastic Clinical Psychology Assistant Practitioner to work as part of a busy, Multidisciplinary Team within Cardiff and Vale UHB Substance Misuse Services.
The post-holder will facilitate Psycho-educational Groups, within both community and in-patient settings, undertake Neuro-psychological Assessments, take part in Multidisciplinary meetings and discussions and with appropriate supervision from a Qualified Psychologist, deliver structured Psychological Interventions with clients who have issues in relation to dependence to both alcohol and illicit substances and who may experience stress related to previous traumatic events.
There will be a requirement to undertake appropriate administrative tasks related to the role and engage with both Professional and Managerial supervision through the Mental Health Clinical Board Psychology and Psychological Therapies Department. There will be an opportunity for the post holder to engage with other Psychology staff within the UHB and attend various training and educational forums. The UHB has strong links to the South Wales Doctoral Programme in Clinical Psychology.
The successful applicant will have an Upper Second Class Honours Degree or higher in Psychology and must be entitled to Graduate Membership of the British Psychological Society and an understanding of the needs and difficulties of people with issues related to dependence and mild to moderate and/or stable and severe and enduring mental health difficulties is essential for the post.
The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post; Welsh and/or English speakers are equally welcome to apply.
Closing date: 18th June 2019
For further details / informal visits contact:
Paul Sussex - Senior Nurse Manager
( Email address removed )
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