Research Trial Therapist (Cognitive Analytic Therapist Practitioner/In training)
University of Glasgow – College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences – Institute of Health and Wellbeing
|Salary:||£35,845 to £54,482 – please see advert|
|Placed On:||6th August 2021|
|Closes:||26th August 2021|
Salary (grade 7) : £35,845 – £40,322 per annum, pro rata, with a market supplement equivalent to NHS Grade 7 – 8A (£40,872 – £54,482), available dependent on experience
We have an opportunity for a Research Trial Therapist, based at Yorkhill Royal Hospital, to make a leading contribution to the BRIDGE trial by collaborating in the formulation and submission of research publications and delivery of research project deliverables.
The post holder will also provide a specialist clinical service to clients of the MQ funded BRIDGE Project: a public health intervention trial with young people (age 14-24) with complex needs characteristic of borderline personality symptoms. This would be across all sectors of care; providing highly specialist psychological/psychotherapeutic assessment and therapy at the same time as offering advice and consultation on clients’ psychological care to non-psychologist colleagues and carers/family members, working autonomously within professional guidelines and the overall framework of the team’s policies and procedures.
Candidates should have PG diploma level CAT Practitioner (or nearing training competition and securing accreditation) as accredited by the Association of Cognitive Analytic Therapy (ACAT).
This post is part time (17.5 hours per week) and has funding for up to 2 years.
For enquiries regarding the post, please contact Dr. Ruchika Gajwani, Ruchika.Gajwani@glasgow.ac.uk
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