Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist

Job Details


Adult Deaf Services comprises the Deaf Adult Community Team and Bluebell Adult inpatient teams, serving Deaf adults with mental health difficulties across the full range of complexity. The teams are made up of Deaf and hearing professionals who are committed to serving the Deaf population, and we welcome applications from Deaf and hearing psychologists. We are looking for an experienced and motivated clinical or counselling psychologist to join the service.

The post holder will work closely with the existing 0.8 wte job-sharing 8b clinical psychologists and full-time Band 7 counselling psychologist, as well as the wider MDT. This post offers an opportunity for rewarding, highly varied and interesting work across the whole range of psychological skills and knowledge, including assessment, formulation, therapy, consultation , and provision of clinical supervision. The post holder will work across both the community team and the inpatient ward.

The successful candidate will be part of a service that is highly committed to continuing professional development and quality improvement, embedded in an experienced and committed MDT with a friendly and collaborative atmosphere. There is an expectation that all staff within the Deaf service are trained to a minimum of Level 2 BSL within 2 years. Training will be provided as a part of the role. The post is based at Springfield Hospital in Tooting, South West London, but the post-holder may be required to carry out occasional visits to locality teams or homes across the region, within the working day. To apply please complete via the link below: https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915760131

South West London and St Georges Mental Health Trust
Tooting, London
Start Date
As soon as possible
Job type
Vacancy Reference
Contact Details
Dr Libby Barnardo, Clinical Psychologist, libby.barnardo@swlstg.nhs.uk or Dr Gurpreet Kaur, Clinical Psychologist gurpreet.kaur@swlstg.nhs.uk
Added to site
Sep 24th, 2019

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