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Cognitive Behavioural Therapist

Locations: Oxford, Wessex and Bournmouth
Salary: Competative
Type: Permanent (Full Time)

Part-time and Full-time roles available (working on a roster basis between 8am and 8pm)

Like all of us at Nuffield Health, you do what you do because you care. Every one of our brilliant people is passionate about making a real difference. Our unique approach to connected healthcare means the difference can be truly transformative. With a network spanning hospitals, Fitness and Wellbeing Clubs, and specialist services including physiotherapy, we can take great care of people in every way. And as Britain’s largest not for profit healthcare provider, we’d love to take good care of you too. Investing every penny in our services and people, we’ll bring out the specialist in you.

Joining our nationwide Emotional Wellbeing Team, you’ll provide private sector clients with high quality Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Your referrals will come from all kinds of sources - from GPs to insurance companies. Patients will rely on you for assessment and treatment, either as stand-alone therapy or as part of a more comprehensive package of vocational rehabilitation care. Within your field-based role, you’ll practice semi-autonomously, delivering therapy in a range of different Nuffield Health locations, which could be our clinics, hospitals or gyms. You will enjoy excellent support from a dedicated administration team, based at our Telford office. We’ll provide a generous mileage allowance for your daily visits to your working locations and for attending the regular team days. What’s more, we offer an annual contribution of up to £500 for continuous professional development (after a qualifying period). You will be fully supported in your role with both peer and clinical supervision.

An experienced and highly motivated Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, you will have at least provisional BABCP Accreditation and working towards your full accreditation. A postgraduate diploma in high intensity CBT and experience of working with a full range of clinical presentations is essential. We’ll expect you to be highly organised and a supportive member of our Emotional Wellbeing Team. Your excellent communication skills and focus on customers really sets you apart.

We want you to be the best you can be. So we promise to support you with training, career development and our unique health and wellbeing focused benefits package. This includes free membership of your local Fitness and Wellbeing Club, Private medical insurance and an annual health assessment, as well as a range of lifestyle and financial wellbeing benefits. We want to help you live well and get the balance right in life, so we’ll give you 25 days’ holiday in your first years here - and we’ll reward you with more annual leave for building your career with us.

Ready to bring out the specialist in you? Apply at nuffieldhealthcareers.com

Nuffield Health is committed to equal opportunities in the recruitment, training, and development of our employees. We have a duty to apply to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) for disclosure on successful candidates. We may change the closing date if we receive a high number of responses for this role.

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Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner

Locations: London / Brighton
Salary:£30,000
Type: Permanent (Full Time)

Based across our Fitness & Wellbeing Clubs. Full and part time hours available (working on a roster basis between the hours of 8am and 8pm)

Like all of us at Nuffield Health, you do what you do because you care. Every one of our brilliant people is passionate about making a real difference. Our unique approach to connected healthcare means the difference can be truly transformative. With a network spanning hospitals, Fitness and Wellbeing Clubs, and specialist services including physiotherapy, we can take great care of people in every way. And as Britain’s largest not for profit healthcare provider, we’d love to take good care of you too. Investing every penny in our services and people, we’ll bring out the specialist in you.

Joining our Nationwide Emotional Wellbeing team, you will support the delivery of a range of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) based psychological interventions and stepped care treatments. Your referrals will come from all kinds of sources - from GPs to insurance companies. Patients will rely on you for assessment and treatment in a private care setting, this will include Telephone Triage, Video Therapy, Guided on line therapy and Wellbeing training, both on a one to one basis or in a group setting.

As a fully qualified PWP you must have a Post Graduate Certificate in Low Intensity CBT and experience of working with a variety of clinical presentations. We’ll expect you to be able to work with high caseloads and have experience of working to performance targets. , you’ll practice semi-autonomously, delivering therapy in a range of different Nuffield Health locations, which could be our clinics, hospitals or gyms. You will enjoy excellent support from a dedicated administration team, based at our Telford office. We’ll provide a generous mileage allowance for your daily visits to your working locations and for attending the regular team days. You will be fully supported in your role with both peer and clinical supervision.

We want you to be the best you can be. So, we promise to support you with training, career development and our unique health and wellbeing focused benefits package. This includes free membership of your local Fitness and Wellbeing Club, Private medical insurance and an annual health assessment, as well as a range of lifestyle and financial wellbeing benefits. We want to help you live well and get the balance right in life, so we’ll give you 25 days’ holiday in your first years here - and we’ll reward you with more annual leave for building your career with us.

Ready to bring out the specialist in you? Apply at www.nuffieldhealthcareers.com

Apply for these roles at Nuffield Health

Nuffield Health is committed to equal opportunities in the recruitment, training, and development of our employees. We have a duty to apply to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) for disclosure on successful candidates. We may change the closing date if we receive a high number of responses for this role.