Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners

We are seeking a number of well-motivated individuals to work as part of Mind’s provision to the Norfolk and Waveney Wellbeing Service.  This is a service commissioned by five CCG areas within Norfolk and Waveney and is a partnership between NHS, Mind and Relate organisations. The service is commissioned to help people with mild to moderate anxiety and depression and some more severe mental health problems. Services are provided across Norfolk and Waveney for people aged 16 and over.

The successful candidates will work within the Wellbeing Service, providing high-volume evidenced based low-intensity interventions grounded in CBT principles. At Step 2 our PWPs deliver a range of interventions via face-face and telephone appointments, short courses, and digital CBT interface.

Posts are based in either Norwich, North Walsham, Gt Yarmouth, Lowestoft, Kings Lynn or Wymondham and cover the surrounding areas.  As part of the role you will be expected to work flexibly to suit the needs of the service, this will include some early morning and evening appointments/courses as the service offers support from 8am -8pm Mon – Fri and some Saturday mornings.

This is an exciting time to be join Mind and become part of this innovative partnership.  Please select the local Mind which you would prefer to be based from at your time of application.

  • Closing Date 12 midday on 15 November 2017
  • Interviews will take place week commencing 27 November 2017
  • Successful applicants will be expected to start on 2 January 2018

Please click on the following link to apply, remembering to indicate where your preferred base would be. https://norwichandcentralnorfolkmind.peoplehr.net/Pages/JobBoard/Opening.aspx?v=483e8eb3-b1b1-4366-8d46-52b4b5536fde

 

 

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