Salary for psychological wellbeing practitioner

Average salary


2500 £

Basic salary 1900 £
Maximum Wage 3500 £
1900 £
Lowest
2700 £
Average
3500 £
Highest

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The average salary for the psychological wellbeing practitioner position is 2500 £

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DR JULIAN MEDICAL GROUP 5600 £
1900 £ 5600 £
THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON HOSPITALS CHARITABLE FOUNDATION 3539 £
1900 £ 5600 £
SUGARMAN GROUP 3200 £
1900 £ 5600 £
SUNDERLAND COUNSELLING SERVICE 2949 £
1900 £ 5600 £
RETHINK MENTAL ILLNESS 2949 £
1900 £ 5600 £
PERTEMPS MEDICAL 2944 £
1900 £ 5600 £
SERVICE CARE SOLUTIONS 2855 £
1900 £ 5600 £
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON HOSPITALS CHARITY 2840 £
1900 £ 5600 £
PIERS MEADOWS RECRUITMENT 2827 £
1900 £ 5600 £
WEST LONDON MISSION TRUST 2726 £
1900 £ 5600 £

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Requirements


  • excellent interpersonal skills
  • flexible in your working approach
  • experience of working with people with mental health problems
  • understanding of anxiety and depression and how it may present in Primary Care
  • you will require a phone number and a computer with internet
  • hold a qualification from a PWP training course
  • IAPT experience
  • high standards in written and oral communication
  • postgraduate certificate in Low intensity Psychological Therapies
  • qualified with a Post Graduate Certificate in Low Intensity Interventions
  • previous IAPT experience
  • BABCP accredited or working towards accreditation
  • supervisory experience
  • minimum 3 months post qualified IAPT experience
  • BABCP registeration
  • must be able to attend site 1 day a week
  • must be able to offer face to face working
  • available to work onsite/face to face at least 3 days per week
  • available to work a minimum of 3 days per week
  • BABCP Accredition

Responsibility


  • provide Step 2 1-1 Sessions with patients allocated to case load by telephone, video or text
  • provide CMS and clinical skills supervision to PWPs and trainee PWPs as necessary. 4. To help co-ordinate and provide training and CPD opportunities to PWP teams across our Talking Therapy sites
  • adhere to the policies and procedures of NTT, Sunderland Counselling Service and partner organisations as required. 4. Maintain appropriate clinical records in keeping with service operational policy. 5
  • assess and support people with a common mental health problem in the self-management of their recovery
  • accept referrals via agreed protocols within the service
  • provide a range of information and support for evidence based high volume low intensity psychological treatments
  • this may include guided self-help, group therapy and information about pharmacological treatments
  • this work may be face to face or via other media
  • undertake patient centred interviews which identify areas where the person wishes to see change and recovery and makes an accurate assessment of risk to self and others
  • help to make decisions on suitability of new referrals, adhering to the service referral protocols, refer unsuitable clients on to the relevant service or back to the referral agent as necessary or steps up the person's treatment to higher levels of psychological therapy
  • there is huge scope for ongoing development of the role
  • A major part of this role will be to develop and implement a reliable, efficient and effective triage assessment process to screen patients who have been discharged from critical care for our follow up pathway
  • the post holder will need to be patient-centred, empathic and caring and able to establish a rapport with patients quickly over the phone in order to carry out these assessments
  • triage assessments will need to explore patients’ physical and emotional functioning post critical care, for example, screening for post intensive care syndrome and indications of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder which can be relatively common following a critical care admission
  • we envisage that the screening process will make use of the trust’s new digital capabilities and so is likely to include a hybrid process of remote, phone and video screening, depending on patient preference and accessibility
  • this is a great opportunity for an aspiring psychologist or psychological therapist or a nurse with at least one year’s experience post-qualification who is excited by the opportunity to contribute to innovation and service development, working closely with the team
  • you will be joining a very friendly, passionate and supportive team of 3 psychologists and our multidisciplinary follow up clinic team led by our Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • these teams work closely together and are committed to the goal of delivering an outstanding follow up service to critical care survivors

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