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Assess and support people with a common mental health problem in the self-management of their recovery. Undertake patient centred interviews which identify areas where the person wishes to see change and/or recovery and make an accurate assessment of risk to self and others. Make decisions on suitability of new referrals, adhering to the Nuffield Health referral protocols, and refer clients on to the relevant support agencies /GP or back into the business to step-up the person's treatment.
Main duties of the job
Ensure the maintenance of standards of practice according to NH and any regulations and keep up to date on new recommendations/guidelines set by the department of health Ensure that client confidentiality is protected at all times, adhering to the information governance guidelines policy. Be aware of and keep up to date with advances in treatment for common mental health problems. Keep up to date all records in relation to continuing professional development and maintain up to date specialist knowledge of latest theoretical and service delivery models/developments.
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Counsellor Battersea Fitness and Wellbeing Gym | Emotional Wellbeing | Permanent | Full Time or Part time Flexible / hybrid working available Hours - 22.5hrs - 37.5hrs. Competitive salary, depending on experience Benefits including free gym membership and CPD funding Nuffield Health is the charity that's building a healthier nation, one day at a time. From award-winning hospitals and leisure facilities to flagship community programmes - we'll do whatever it takes to look after the UK's wellbeing. It starts with passion and commitment to quality. It starts with you. As a Counsellor , you'll bring experience of working with people who have experienced a mental health problem, and you will be familiar with a step-care approach to therapy. You will have a bachelor's degree in counselling, Psychology or related field with a minimum 2-year post degree experience in counselling and have full accreditation with the BACP, UKCP or hold Accredited Professional Status with the NCPS. As our Counsellor, you will:
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