Family Systemic Psychotherapist - CAMHS
Raigmore Hospital

Job reference: 076847

Location: Raigmore Hospital

Job closing date: 06/12/2021

Job posted date: 11/11/2021

Salary: Band 8A (£50,965 - £55,016)

Employment type: Permanent

Job Type: Other Therapeutic

Hours of work: 30

Department: Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service

Employer (NHS Board) : NHS Highland

A relocation package will be considered.

Other posts will soon be advertised as part of our current recruitment drive. If you are interested in living and working in the Highlands, please get in touch.

CAMH Services in the Highlands of Scotland are currently increasing our workforce and are seeking to recruit a Family Systemic Psychotherapist with experience of and enthusiasm for the delivery of high quality mental health services to children, young people and their families.

Applicants will have core professional training to degree level or equivalent (e.g. Mental Health Nursing, Social Work, Medicine, and Psychology), post graduate qualification in Family Systemic Psychotherapy and registration as a systemic psychotherapist with UKCP or equivalent body. 
CAMHS in north NHS Highland (Highland council region) is a specialist multi-disciplinary team based in Inverness, but providing clinics across a large rural geography.  We also have clinicians based in more remote localities who are supported by the centrally based team.  Primary mental health workers, employed by our partner agency Highland Council, are in place across Highland.  
The post holder will work closely with other professionals within the CAMH service as well as with other professionals out with the CAMHS team. Psychological Therapies have a strong presence in NHS Highland CAMHS and we are always keen to develop new ways of service delivery to meet the challenges faced by a large mixed rural/urban population, a vast geography and government targets.  Innovation is welcomed, professional and clinical development is valued. 
Highland offers many positive lifestyle opportunities, with both the benefits of rural living (including snow sports, hill walking, kayaking and more) and city life in Inverness allowing access to shopping, restaurants and theatre.

If you wish to enquire about joining our team, informal enquires can be made by contacting: Dr Lindsay Chalton, Interim Lead Consultant Clinical Psychologist, or 

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