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Counselling Coordinator

Salary (depending on experience): pro rata of £27,000 to £29,500, incl OLW  

Closing Date: 11am on Tuesday 14th December 2021  

Permanent Contract: 12 months with potential for extension  

This post is part time: 15 hours per week

The full job description and information on applying is on the Charity Jobs website please follow this link:  


We are looking for a Counselling Coordinator to act as a deputy to the Counselling Manager and Clinical Lead to support our Counselling service as it continues to grow and develop. We are looking for an enthusiastic and dynamic individual to take up the role of Counselling Coordinator. If you feel passionately about mental well-being and addressing inequalities and have a mission to support and empower people, we want to hear from you.

You will be dedicated to high quality service provision, drawing on a range of theoretical models and perspectives, offering assessments and therapy to clients with severe and complex mental health problems. Presentations will vary from mild to more severe psychological distress and complexity. Therapists work with people with complex mood problems, trauma and PTSD presentations, psychosis, and complex emotional needs.

You will be joining our friendly, creative, and supportive team and we place a lot of importance on the health and wellbeing of all our staff. There are also opportunities for CPD and networking with various organisations across the community (GP/IAPT other mental health services).

You will be either fully accredited, or in the process of accreditation, with BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy), NCS (National Counselling Service) or UKCP (UK Council for Psychotherapy). We are looking for someone that has a Supervisor qualification or is interested in training to become a supervisor. Supervision and professional support will be provided by our Counselling Manager and Clinical Lead.

It is essential to have experience of integrative counselling, management and working within an organisational setting, together with a willingness to embrace and develop a broad range of counselling models. The job requires high levels of professionalism and leadership and management skills.

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