Domestic Violence & Abuse Counsellors: Across London

 

 

Wandsworth, Richmond & Kingston

SALARY: £23,507

APPLICATION DEADLINE:21/01/2019\

HOURS: 22.5

DURATION: PERMANENT SUBJECT TO PERFORMANCE AND CONTINUOUS FUNDING

 

The post holder key responsibilities will be:

• Carry out assessments for women referred to the service affected by domestic violence and abuse, trauma and related mental health problems due to experiences of gender-based violence.

• Devise appropriate care plans based upon assessment specifying the level and nature of support by the counsellor.

• Provide an appropriate short or longer-term counselling to meet their individual needs, employing a range of appropriate therapeutic interventions and techniques such as Person Centred and CBT.

• Develop and provide group-work to meet identified needs of the client group, e.g. stress management, relaxation techniques, coping skills, self-care and safety planning.

• Respond to Safeguarding concerns (Children and Adults at Risk) as per EACH’s policies and procedures and local Safeguarding Protocols.

 

You will need to be:

• Have a recognised counselling qualification and a commitment to work towards accreditation.

• Experience of engaging and providing a range therapeutic interventions (as appropriate) to women affected by sexual and domestic violence

• Knowledge and understanding of the impact of trauma and gender-based violence on women

• Experience of partnership working and working within service and contract delivery systems and understanding their requirements

 

Hillingdon

SALARY: £23,507

APPLICATION DEADLINE:21/01/2019

DURATION: PERMANENT SUBJECT TO PERFORMANCE AND CONTINUOUS FUNDING

HOURS: 22.5

 

The post holder key responsibilities will be:

• Carry out assessments of women referred to the service affected by domestic violence and abuse, trauma and related mental health problems due to experiences of gender-based violence

• Provide an appropriate short and/or longer-term counselling to meet their individual needs, employing a range of appropriate therapeutic interventions and techniques such as CBT, Humanistic, Psychodynamic and Person-centred

• Offer a therapeutic rationale that is able to hold clients experiencing Complex PTSD • Develop and provide group-work to meet identified needs of the client group, e.g. on stress management, relaxation techniques, coping skills, information on self-care and safety planning.

• Respond to Safeguarding concerns (Children and Adults at Risk) as per EACH’s policies and procedures and local Safeguarding Protocols.

 

You will need to be:

• Have a recognised counselling qualification and a commitment to work towards accreditation.

• Experience of engaging and providing a range therapeutic interventions (as appropriate) to women affected by sexual and domestic violence

• Knowledge and understanding of the impact of trauma and gender-based violence on women

• Experience of partnership working and working within service and contract delivery systems and understanding their requirements

 

 

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