The Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Wellbeing Service is a creative organisation which embraces staff ideas to constantly seek ways of taking the service forward to adapt to changing expectations
Main duties of the job
The apprenticeship post includes two days per week at University/self-directed study and three days of supervised clinical practice. Trainees are expected to progress to working with a high degree of autonomy, with high volume caseloads including individual and group work; this may include telephone sessions, video consultation, and face-to-face clinical work. The role is well supported with weekly case management supervision and monthly clinical supervision with qualified clinicians. In addition to clinical contact, the role will include data collection, data management, analysis, record keeping and community engagement activities. You must be able to demonstrate high standards of verbal and written communication; be able to establish good therapeutic relationships with people and be computer literate.
Mental Health Matters (MHM) is a national charity with over 35 years of experience in delivering high-quality mental health and social care services. We have a positive impact on the lives of people living with mental health needs in our local communities. We provide services across England, from Northumberland to Plymouth, led by a highly motivated and enthusiastic workforce who are committed to delivering the best quality services to those in need of support. Everything about MHM is people focused, our people are central to delivering the highest quality of service and care to our clients and service users. MHM work in partnership with Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (MPFT).
02 June 2023
Agenda for change
£23,949 to £26,282 a year