Changing Minds UK is a highly regarded provider of psychological services that strive to have a meaningful impact with people in everyday life. CMUK is an organisation of Applied Psychologists who work across a range of settings and apply a broad range of psychological theory flexibly to meet the needs of a range of organisations. We aim to empower clients and systems to grow and develop through promoting shared understanding (formulation) and coordination action, which lives beyond our involvement.
Our Child and Family services are based in Warrington, Cheshire, but we also work remotely with a range of organisations across the UK. We are a small team of Clinical Psychologists and Assistant Psychologists who pride ourselves in providing high quality, innovative, meaningful work. We work closely with a range of organisations including children’s charities, Local Authorities, fostering and adoption support services, educational settings and residential care, to provide high quality psychological consultation and support. We are looking for full-time (although part-time hours would be considered) Early Career and Senior Clinical Psychologists to join our team. As part of their roles, the postholders would undertake a range of activities such as psychological consultation, supporting the design and implementation of therapeutic frameworks, psychological assessments, formulations (individual and team), therapeutic work, developing and facilitating training sessions, staff support and reflective practice, service development tasks, and providing supervision as appropriate.
Continuing Professional Development is actively encouraged, and the postholders would engage in personal development planning, and be supported to attend relevant training, clinical supervision, peer support and team days. Changing Minds also offer an attractive package of employee benefits including a generous annual leave allowance, pension, health insurance, childcare vouchers and an employee discount scheme.
We are looking for practitioners who are compassionate and empathic, playful, and who enjoy working as part of a team. They must have integrity, good self (and other) awareness, be hardworking and effective communicators. They must also be courageous and able to sensitively challenge and influence others.
To apply for this post, it is essential that you have a Doctorate in Clinical or Counselling Psychology.
To find out more and to express an interest in this opportunity please contact Dr Sue Knowles (Lead for Child and Family Services) by Monday 27th July 2020 on 07497 709602 or via indeed https://www.indeed.co.uk/job/clinical-psychologist-posts-senior-and-early-career-psychologists-9fcb2ce5e251fcef