Counsellor Mental Health Jobs Vacancy at London Metropolitan University London
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Counsellor Mental Health Jobs Vacancy at London Metropolitan University London Jobs Details:
We seek a part time Counsellor for the Counselling Service, which is
based in the Department of Student Journey and operates across two
University sites. The Counselling Service is a busy and well-respected
team, working as part of the Student Journey directorate, and in close
liaison with the Customer Liaison Team, the Student Liaison Team,
Libraries and Schools across the University. The Counselling Service is
best described as: (a) proactive, integrative, short-term and
relational; (b) taking account of the institutional / educational
context; (c) committed to the principles and practices of working with
diversity; (d) committed to proving opportunities for counsellors and
psychotherapists in training and (e) encouraging flexibility, innovation
You will assume specific responsibility for the development of mental
health strategies and policies, within the service and across the
University. This will involve considerable work with the Disabilities &
Dyslexia Service (DDS), colleagues in the Counselling Team, Student
Liaison Team, University Schools, the University Secretary's Office and
others where necessary. You will also be expected to manage complex
cases, provide therapeutic counselling, guidance and training to
students and staff, to utilise their experience of working in an
established counselling service, demonstrate a good understanding of
students from a wide range of demographics, and possess a calm and
friendly demeanour in this challenging role.
You must be educated to degree level, hold a recognised professional
qualification in counselling, psychotherapy or clinical psychology
(minimum Master's degree), have significant training within an
integrative / relational model and be accredited by relevant
professional body e.g. BACP, UKCP, BPS. The appointment will be
to an enhanced DBS disclosure.