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Consultant Lead Psychologist 8CBand 8c at Hertfordshire Partnership University

Consultant Lead Psychologist 8CBand 8c

Hertfordshire Partnership University Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire Full Time
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Child and Adolescent Mental Health Clinician to take up a key leadership position in East Hertfordshire CAMHS. We are seeking a senior clinician from a core CAMHS discipline (Clinical Psychology, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy or Systemic Psychotherapy) to provide clinical leadership.The primary role of the East Hertfordshire CAMHS is to support children and adolescents experiencing complex and serous mental health problems. The service delivers a robust multidisciplinary team approach offering individual and family interventions which are evidence based.The post offers excellent opportunities for professional growth, including contribution to the development of innovative ways of working in a busy multidisciplinary child and adolescent mental health service. As the successful candidate, you will be working within the framework of the Choice and Partnership Approach (CAPA) offering both ‘Choice’ assessments as well as on-going ‘Partnership’ work. We are looking for someone with experience of both long and short-term psychological, psychotherapeutic, parent/ child psychotherapy, consultation and supervision - including of trainees.We are an innovative and dynamic service and our most recent CQC report (May ) rated us as ’Outstanding’. Specialist work by Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists and other Psychological Therapists is valued by the Trust. Recent developments include transformation of our inpatient services with New Care Models, development of a DBT team, we are a Trailblazer site for the Mental Health Support Teams in schools and we are keen to promote quality improvements and innovative ideas, which improves care and the Service User’s experience.In addition to the four quadrant clinic teams, our service includes a Specialist Eating Disorder Team, Specialist CAMHS Crisis Team, Targeted Team for looked after children, an adolescent inpatient unit (Forest House), and Home Treatment and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy teams.

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