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Health and Wellbeing Practitioner posted by The Forward Trust

Full Time
£23,500/ year

Job Description

Health & Wellbeing Practitioner – £23,500 per annum – HMP Coldingley, Woking – Full Time, Permanent

Offering an
excellent benefits package, a friendly and supportive team, and opportunities for professional and personal development, we are looking for a friendly and qualified individual to join our team as a Health & Wellbeing Practitioner.

The Forward Trust is a social enterprise with charitable status that empowers people to break the often interlinked cycles of crime and addiction to move forward with their lives. We are committed to equality of opportunity and select candidates based their abilities and skills and nothing else.

We are dedicated to enhancing the diverse profile of our organisation to reflect the communities within which we work, and our company values - empowering, collaborative, expert, innovative and courageous.

Role responsibilities for the
Health & Wellbeing Practitioner

  • Contributing to the delivery of various Health and Wellbeing groups and support programmes for clients
  • Providing group session interventions for clients with health and substance related issues
  • Helping our clients to better manage their physical and/or mental health and wellbeing
  • Utilising your specialist facilitation group work skills, knowledge and experience
  • Taking a holistic approach to treating service users
  • This role is vital in improving the links between the Health and Wellbeing service and the service users within the prison

Requirements for the Health & Wellbeing Practitioner

  • A Level 3 qualification in Counselling
  • A thorough understanding of CBT
  • Suitably qualified to deliver a therapeutic intervention
  • Knowledge of the criminal justice sector
  • Strong verbal skills and interpersonal group work facilitation skills
  • Ability to positively stimulate groups and clients, relating in an empathetic manner
  • You will be results and outcome-orientated

We will consider applications from candidates with a Nursing and/or Criminal Justice background and applications from candidates who are themselves in recovery will be welcomed.

This is a career-enhancing opportunity for a self-motivated individual


  • Simply Health coverage
  • Competitive annual leave entitlements
  • A contributory pension scheme
  • We support our employees to achieve both professional and personal development

Closes on: Monday 21st October 2019

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