The post holder will be based within the West of Scotland Adolescent In-Patient unit – part of Greater Glasgow and Clyde’s Specialist Children’s Services (CAMHS). The
unit is a Specialist 24 bedded Regional unit serving the Health Boards of the west of Scotland. It is based within the Stobhill Hospital campus. Skye House is the specialist unit for 12 – 17 years old inclusive based at Stobhill campus. You will work within a large MDT delivering highly specialist care for severe and complex mental health difficulties.
The post holder will fulfill the duties of a Family and Systemic Psychotherapist as part of a large multi-disciplinary team. The post holder will offer a direct clinical service to
children, young people, and their families/carers, providing specialist Systemic Psychotherapy - this will also include offering advice and consultation to other CAMHS colleagues, multi-agency colleagues and to other non-professional carers. The post holder requires to have an MSc level qualification (or equivalent) in Family & Systemic Psychotherapy, and to be registered with UKCP and AFT as a Family & Systemic Psychotherapist.
The post holder also requires to have a qualification in a relevant mental health/social welfare profession - with relevant practice in this first profession over a minimum of
three years. To reflect the adaptions to practice under current COVID restrictions, the candidate must be able to demonstrate a confidence, flexibility and creativity in remote working. This would cover all aspects of the post i. e. direct clinical work, consultations,
professional meetings, supervision and CPD.
Informal Contact, Professional Lead For Systemic Psychotherapy Eoin Power, Highly Specialist Systemic Psychotherapist email Eoin.Power@ggc.scot.nhs.uk
Details on how to contact the Recruitment Service can be found within the Candidate Information Pack
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