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CAMHS Practitioner

Service Care Solutions
Closing date
24 Jun 2022

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Full Time
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CAMHS Practitioner

Are you a mental health practitioner based in London looking for a new venture? Service Care Solutions are recruiting for a mental health professional holding previous experience within a children's and young adult setting to join an exciting community integrative therapy scheme.

£150 permanent placement bonus for applying through Service Care!
£250 candidate referral bonus offered for referrals who are successful!

Employment: Permanent Employment
Salary: £39,383 per annum
Hours: Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm standard hours.
Location - London, Camden

This is a permanent position to work within a specialist Integrative Therapy Team within a community team based in Camden as well as neighbouring boroughs such as Islington and Enfield. The post holder will provide systemic integrative treatment for parent and carers of children's ages 8-16 displaying moderate to sever behavioural tendencies. The post requires to generally manage a caseload of 4 families whilst delivering SIT intervention drawing upon a range of therapeutic models such as CBT, behavioural therapies, pragmatic family therapies and other therapies as appropriate. Successful applicants will be provided with a full induction and training in line with the engagement of the SIT model. We are looking for a candidate who has a proven track record in providing support across multiple systems such a community, schools, families and peers.
If successful, you will be joining a charity established since 1994 and offering support to 1600 children and young people across the UK!


Conduct SIT assessment in collaboration with SIT supervisor
To have a caseload of 4 families, delivering SIT intervention.
During phase one of the treatment, meet with the family approx. 2 - 3 times per week to provide direct treatment using methods compatible with SIT
Work collaboratively with other services involved with the family, attending and participating in meetings such as Child Protection Conferences, Core Group meetings.
Prepare reports for Child protection conferences, court and other reports as necessary.
Prepare monthly progress reports for key stakeholders in a timely manner.
Participate in all training, supervision and consultation activities.
Candidate Requirements

Must have previous experience working with children, young adults or families
Must be qualified and registered with a professional body
Availability to commit to a full time permanent position

If you are interested in applying please contact Tom Millar on (phone number removed), or send your CV directly across to (url removed)
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