Pulse is recruiting for an exciting opportunity that our client has available for a qualified Systemic Family Therapist, to join a fantastic service in Kent. This post is available for the family therapist to start as soon as possible, working full time hours each week for an initial 3 month period. The therapist in post must be able to commit to working the occasional evening to accommodate from families who travel nationwide.
We are looking for empathetic and respectful person with proven experience working with complex family dynamics and high levels of risks. The appointed therapist will be part of a multidisciplinary team undertaking a range of CAMHS assessments and interventions. Additionally, therapists may be asked to occasionally offer consultation under the guidance of the Lead Family and Systemic Psychotherapist.
Applying family therapists must have:
- Previous CAMHS experience
- AFT and UKCP accreditation
- Hold a diploma qualification in family therapy (post- graduate level)
- Strong observational and listening skills
- The ability to work well as a team
- Good communication skills
- Good organisational skills
What to do next?
If this role is suited to you, please apply or contact the team today for more information.
- Variety of work opportunities in the NHS and private sector - which are not affected by IR35
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- £300 recommend a friend bonus scheme*
- Advice and support from our team of dedicated consultants
- Access to high-quality voluntary training
- Assistance with travel and accommodation
*Terms and conditions apply
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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.