Pulse is now working with a well-established private client who currently require a Clinical Psychologist to join their Adolescent Eating Disorders team, on a full-time basis. The post is based within London and is available to start as soon as possible. Our client is looking for a candidate who has a commitment to delivering high-quality care and who has excellent communication and organisational skills.
The candidate appointed will be working within a fantastic MDT team who work closely with patient’s families, to ensure maximum support is achieved.
• To provide evidenced based psychological treatments to young people with eating disorders - Both Individual and group.
• To undertake high-quality direct and indirect specialist psychological interventions making autonomous clinical decisions about own professional practice.
• To formulate and implement plans of specialist psychological treatment or management of client’s mental health problems.
• Preparation of reports and assessments.
• Liaison with families, commissioners, medical professionals and suppliers in respect of the provision of services.
• Responsible for providing a specialist psychological perspective in the multidisciplinary assessment of service users and their families of carers.
• To undertake psychologically based risk assessment and risk management for relevant clients and provide advice on the psychological aspects of risk to the multidisciplinary team.
The successful applicant will be fully qualified and hold current registration with the HCPC, with a minimum of 1 years post graduate experience. Previous experience of working with young people and adults with eating disorders would be beneficial.
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Pulse is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.