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Clinical Psychologist - Eating Disorders

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Psychological Therapies Jobs
Clinical Psychology Jobs
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London - Central, London - East, London - North, London - South, London - West
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Pulse are working with a well-established service based in London who have need to recruit a permanent Clinical Psychologist to work with young people with an Eating Disorder.

The Clinical Psychologist will be undertaking psychological assessments and treatments. They will run and assist with the planning and provision of individual and group treatment and provide guidance in the development of psychological services within the therapy team. They are expected to attend multi-disciplinary team meetings and present psychological findings and issues for discussion at these meeting.

The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate effective communication with all members of the multi-disciplinary clinical team, their supervisor and other work colleagues. You will also be able to demonstrate experience or interest in working with young people with an eating disorder and who present with highly complex and challenging conditions.

It is desired that the candidate is a Clinical Psychologist with HCPC registration however candidates qualifying from September 2016 will also be considered.

What they offer:

· Salary approximately £40-45,000

· Induction, training and CPD opportunities

· Accredited professional development

· Employee Assistance Programme

· Life Assurance Scheme

· Contributory Group Personal Pension Scheme

Pulse are Specialists in providing the NHS, Community and private healthcare sector with qualified psychologists both in the UK and Internationally.

If you require further information regarding this job please contact Simon Greenhalgh at Pulse Staffing on 01992 305 604.

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