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As a provider of care for people of all ages who have mental and/or community health needs we are dedicated to providing a high-quality service, close to where people live and as much as possible tailored to an individual’s needs.
High Intensity CBT Therapist (IAPT)
This is an exciting opportunity for a High Intensity CBT Therapist to join MyWellbeing College - an established forward-thinking ‘Improving Access to Psychological Therapies’ (IAPT) service. These vacancies are based within the City team and the Aire Wharfe Craven team, however you may be expected to provide input across the other areas of the Bradford district as well.
We are looking for people who have the enthusiasm and skills to join our Bradford District Care Trust service and who are committed to making a difference within Primary Care and the wider community.
You will be providing CBT and other NICE recommended High Intensity interventions, for a range of common mental health problems (anxiety & depression). You will be on an IAPT accredited CBT training course, or already accredited with the BABCP.
You will be expected to work well with others, whilst also being able to deliver an autonomous service, operating within recognised professional guidelines.
There are potential opportunities within this role to develop, and deliver other evidence-based treatment for clients, as part of ongoing service developments.
You will receive regular 1:1, as well as group supervision in order to develop your clinical skills further. MyWellbeing College is dedicated to clinical excellence. All our staff have access to our bi-annual CPD conference and regular in-house CBT related training in addition to individualised CPD, via our appraisal process. We also encourage and have an exciting programme of research activity.
Our workforce supports dynamic working practices such as reducing travel, printing, and making more efficient use of digital information and technology. To support this process we need people who share our excitement, embrace different ways of working and new technologies and are able to work flexibly across organisational boundaries.
As an associated teaching NHS Trust, Bradford District Care Foundation Trust is committed to supporting high quality research that will enable us to deliver excellent, evidence-based care to our service users. We support all our staff to be actively involved in evidence based practice and research as part of their personal development.
Candidates applying for this vacancy are informed that preference will be given to Trust staff who are currently going through the organisational change process within the Trust and the role may be withdrawn from external candidates on this basis. In the event of this happening the Trust will inform candidates via their email address on NHS Jobs.
We welcome people from all backgrounds and in particular Bradford District Care Trust is keen to reflect the population we serve, we are currently under represented in terms of black and minority ethnic staff. Applications are encouraged from these groups but it must be stressed that selection will be solely on merit and in accordance with the Trust recruitment policy.
We will consider a variety of flexible working arrangements to enable staff to balance their work and homes lives and support staff by offering a range of benefits including nursery facilities. We are also proud to pledge our support to the Armed Forces and hold a Bronze Award in the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme.
We want to understand how you demonstrate the values, skills and knowledge that we are looking for. Please ensure that you read the job description and person specification attached below as this will help you complete your application.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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