CYP-IAPT Trainee in Systemic Family Practice – Eating Disorders (SFP-ED)

CYP-IAPT Trainee in Systemic Family Practice – Eating Disorders (SFP-ED)

Fully funded (full time post for 12 months)

Noa Girls is a charity supporting adolescent girls in the Orthodox Jewish Community.

We have an exciting opportunity for a motivated and enthusiastic mental health practitioner to join Noa as a Recruit to Train Trainee, which is funded by Health Education England (HEE) in partnership with the Anna Freud Centre and Kings College London. You will be training on the Children & Young People Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (CYP IAPT) Therapy Course and carrying out clinical work to complement your studies.

You will receive a full-time salary whilst undertaking two days at university and three days working clinically at Noa. You will have supervision by clinicians specialising in SFP and be supported by a clinical psychologist.

Upon completion you will receive a PGdip. The course is accredited by the Association for Family Therapy as an Intermediate Level training in Systemic and Family Practice. Graduates can apply for the final two years of family therapy training leading to registration with United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy as a Family and Systemic Psychotherapist.

The salary is commensurate with a band 6 NHS salary (up to mid-point).

After successful course completion, you would be encouraged and supported to apply for any vacant posts at Noa.

An application to both Noa and the university needs to be made. If you are interested in applying, please call 0208 731 7025 to discuss the post further.

Closing date 6th December. Interviews to be completed by 15th December.

You will need to be available to start by the 23rd of January 2023.