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CAMHS CBT Band 7 Southampton

Job Field:
Nurse Jobs
District Nursing/Community Jobs
Doctor & Nurse Grade Type:
Nurse Grades
Doctor & Nurse Grade:
Health Visitor/Community Nurse Jobs
Contract Type:
28 to 29 per hour
Salary Description:
£28 - £29 per hour
Sugarman Mind
Job Ref:

The post holder will provide assessment and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) to children and young people for a range of Anxiety and Depression related problems for which CBT is demonstrated to be clinically effective within the Core Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS).

The post holder will provide support, advice and supervision to staff working in the Core CAMHS in regards to implementing CBT based interventions across the range of presenting mental health concerns.

The post holder will work with children and young people with different cultural backgrounds and should be committed to equal opportunities

Carry out clinical audit of service performance, including service user surveys and evaluation, and help to collate and disseminate the results for feedback.

1. Professional/Clinical

* Provide high quality specialist Cognitive Behavioural Therapy interventions within the community settings.

* Manage an allocated clinical caseload in collaboration with the Line Manager

* Deliver evidence based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for users with mild to severe mental health problems

* Formulate, implement and evaluate therapy programmes for children and young people.

* Adhere to the recommended number of clinical contacts offered (unless sound clinical reason for not doing so and agreed with clinical supervisor.

* Deliver interactive psycho-education within a CBT framework to individual users and groups of Service users

* Ensure that risk management policies are followed in collaboration with other team members involved in the care of the patient

* Electronically record data regarding individual Service user contact activity, diary events and Service activity, using the Trust adherence to time scale reporting in line with Trust Policies and Procedures

* Implement national outcomes monitoring measures adopted by the Trust.

* Attend reviews as required in order to facilitate seamless practice, in addition to clinical meetings (to be negotiated in terms of actual hours employed)

* Proactively develop robust professional relationships with General Practice staff supporting the active integration of CBT provision into Primary Care

* Develop and maintain good professional relationships within the clinic

* Provide consultation to and communicate and appropriate with external agencies (including housing, Police, Local Authority, Jobcentre Plus, employers etc)

* Practice within areas of specialist clinical work (e.g. OCD, social phobia, eating disorders), and provide expert knowledge in these areas

* Actively contribute to and support the integration of clinical governance to the Service

* Exercise personal responsibility for the systematic clinical governance of professional practice in own practice

* Receive regular individual and/or group clinical supervision

* Be committed to developing and maintaining own CPD in relation to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

* Fulfil the BABCP code of conduct and follow BABCP ethical guidelines in professional work

* To receive regular case management supervision from line manager

* Maintain accurate electronic records of clinical work so as to allow the effective monitoring, review, audit and evaluation of the service provided

* Collate and electronically record assessment and outcome measures and patient satisfaction data for Service audit and national benchmarking

* Maintain and develop clinical knowledge and clinical expertise

* Actively participate in regular monitoring, review and evaluation of the service provided

* Carry out clinical audit of service performance, including service user surveys and evaluation, and help to collate and disseminate the results for feedback.

Please Contact Dean Smallwood at sugarman mind on 02037931355 for more infomation.

Cordant Group is an equal opportunities employer

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