MMOC Therapist

Overall Purpose

A small team of Mixed Model of Care (MMOC) Therapists are responsible for delivering structured, therapeutic group sessions, to support service users during their residential stays at our unique retreat programme. You will also provide remote counselling support before, during and post the residential retreat element of the programme. 

Salary / Benefits

(£24,387.24 FTE) - Pro Rata £14,632.34 – Plus additional sleep in allowances paid when attending residential retreat. 

Would you like to make a difference to individuals affected by an addiction to gambling?

2 x Mixed Model of Care Therapists required: Working as part of a small therapy team you will provide a range of therapeutic group and 1-1 interventions.  You will use CBT, Motivational Interviewing and other person-centred approaches to service users as part of our bespoke Mixed Model of Care Programme for people with problematic gambling behaviour.

We are seeking applicants with experience of supporting vulnerable individuals within a therapeutic environment, through assessment and planning, and with excellent communication and interpersonal skills. You will have the ability to support a small but intensive caseload and ideally have experience of working in a residential or structured therapeutic environment.

Candidates must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, the ability to work under their own initiative and with vulnerable groups. Knowledge of addiction, mental health, or group-work within a health and social care setting are desirable.

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For further information or an informal discussion about the post, please contact Jane Fahy on: [email protected] 

 

Interviews will be held in Dudley on 19 June 2019.

Application deadline: 7 June 2019 Midnight

The post is subject to enhanced DBS check, confirmation of the right to work in the UK and two satisfactory references.

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