Health in Mind is dedicated to improving the mental health of all members of our community, and to do that we need talented people like you.
We provide courses and other types of therapies that help service users deal with stress, anxiety and low mood. We are a large primary care mental health service that serves the people of East Sussex, with the exception of Brighton and Hove.
We care about and we are committed to the quality of the care we provide. We also take care of our team members to support their own wellbeing because we know that when you feel supported and valued and when you have a say in how things are done, you'll be at your best for the people we're here to help.
To find out more about our service, or for an informal chat about our current vacancies, please contact:
Gareth Jones, General Manager - email@example.com
Or Helen Lofthouse, HiM Clinical Lead - firstname.lastname@example.org
Primary Care Mental Health Practitioner (nurses, occupational therapists, social workers and psychologists)
Primary care mental health practitioners work with our GP colleagues and offer mental health assessments, brief treatments and onward signposting advice to patients within a primary care setting.
Psychological wellbeing practitioners provide high quality primary care Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) services to adults with mild to moderate mental health problems using cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) based, self-management interventions to clients with mild to moderate anxiety and depression.
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Cognitive behavioural therapists work as members of the IAPT service providing a high quality, specialist psychological therapy service to clients within the stepped model of care. They provide high intensity interventions to clients who have a range of complex anxiety and depression related problems.
Counsellors in IAPT have to have a minimum two-year post-graduate (or equivalent) qualification in psychotherapy, counselling, or counselling psychology. Comprising no less than 450 hours programme contact and including no less than 200 hours supervised counselling practice and work as a member of the IAPT service providing a high quality, specialist psychological therapy service to clients within the stepped model of care.
Our leadership team is made up of staff in clinical and non-clinical roles. Roles include overall clinical leadership for the service or for the 3 geographical areas we cover, as well as clinical & operational leadership for particular therapies or projects.
Our administration team are a vital part of our service. We have a wide variety of operational support roles such as team secretaries. Our administration team help provide assistance to our clinical teams and to people who access the service.
Below you will find the latest vacancies for all teams based at this location.
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Want to be proactively matched to our vacancies that best fit your skillset and experience? Perhaps you want to join our Trust, but you're not sure which team would be best for you?
Our talent pool is a way for you to stay at the forefront of our minds, allowing us to understand your requirements and expertise and keep you informed about only the most appropriate opportunities for you. You will be the first to hear about new vacancies the second they are created, giving you a fast-track route to joining our amazing team
Our talent pool is only open to the groups listed below, so please only sign up if you are a qualified clinician or a student in training.
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