Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner Required: Remote Working

 

We have an exciting opportunity to join our Clinical Referral Team!

The Clinical Referral Team centrally supports our local teams and are responsible for delivering waiting list initiatives, providing therapy for complex cases to ensure patients start their treatment as quickly as possible, managing risk on access and supporting risk arising for patients who are enrolled on centrally coordinated interventions. Practitioners working as part of this team deliver a broad and interesting range of interventions.

We are seeking a qualified PWP to be part of this Clinical Referral Team. You will be line managed by a PWP Team Lead, work alongside Senior PWPs and a Registered Mental Health Nurse, and be supported by our experienced Service Managers and Clinical Leads.

You will use your skills and expertise to provide disorder specific assessments, evidence-based low intensity CBT interventions and risk management and support. You will offer a wide range of treatments, including telephone and online treatment, computerised cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) programmes, psycho-educational groups, courses, workshops, webinars, and one-to-one work.

We are looking for dynamic, compassionate clinicians who want to work in a progressive team, to drive positive patient experiences and improve access rates across all of our services.

This role is fully remote working.

About you

We would love to hear from you if you possess the following:

  • Holds a PG or UG certificate in Low Intensity Interventions from a recognised BPS accredited PWP training provider OR holds a MSci Applied Psychology integrated with PWP qualification with dual BPS accreditation as PWP training OR holds a PWP Apprenticeship training qualification from a BPS accredited PWP training programme.
  • Hold PWP Registration (or be working towards) with BABCP or BPS.
  • Evidence of working with people who have experienced a mental health problem, using low-intensity CBT in the PWP role.
  • Experience of working within an IAPT service and achieving good individual outcomes in patient work.
  • Experience of using IAPT data management systems.
  • Demonstrates a thorough understanding of anxiety disorders, depression, the stepped care model, and high-intensity step-up options to aid clinical decision-making in the service and appropriate patient coordination.


What we offer in return

We are proud to have been recognised and certified as a Great Place to Work, which speaks volumes on how much we value our staff members. In return for the hard work and dedication from our teams, we offer the following benefits:

  • 30 days Annual Leave plus Bank Holidays (rising to 32 days at 5 years’ service) and with the option to purchase or sell days
  • Enhanced Pension
  • Refer a Friend payment, Cycle to Work & Enhanced Car schemes
  • Vitality Wellbeing Programme including Employee Assistant Programme, GP & priority Physiotherapy access and shopping discounts.
  • Fully funded flu vaccines
  • Technology salary sacrifice scheme for home appliances, tablets, mobiles, TV’s, fitness trackers and more
  • A supportive culture that values work-life balance including agile working and the option to apply for flexible working from day one, career breaks, and up to a week’s special leave a year to help you manage unexpected life events
  • Ongoing CPD – Our brand new ‘Elevate’ programme brings a range of CPD to all modalities in Insight IAPT. We work with experts from across the country to bring high-quality development to our teams, to help further their skill and knowledge and improve the support we provide.
  • Family friendly policies including Enhanced Maternity, Paternity and Adoption pay
  • Volunteer Programme
  • Enhanced Life Assurance Scheme

 

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