Assistant Clinical Psychologist – Aylesbury

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Assistant Clinical Psychologist – Aylesbury

Post by DisabilitiesTrust » Wed Jun 06, 2012 4:16 pm

We are seeking a psychology graduate with an interest in brain injury rehabilitation to join our multi-disciplinary team. The applicant should have an understanding of acquired cognitive impairment as well as the behavioural/self-restraint issues that follow severe brain injury. Good communication skills are essential, as are an understanding of behavioural assessment and modification, effective IT skills and data management ability. Flexibility and creativity in problem solving are important in ensuring that personalised approaches are designed to meet the very individual needs of our service users. The person will be an integral part of the staff team and will be required to run groups and participate in helping service users to access the community.

Kent House is a slow stream rehabilitation unit, providing care for individuals with very severe brain injuries. For some it is a home for life, but for others it is a transitional home. Whatever their level of functioning, ongoing goals are set for all service users to ensure that they are challenged to add to their competence and maintain their level of independence.

For an application pack please down load the documents from our website at http://www.thedtgroup.org/brain-injury/ ... ogist.aspx. Completed application forms should be returned to Jo Smith, Service Manager, BIRT, Kent House, 1 Haslerig Close, Aylesbury, Bucks HP21 9PH

For an informal discussion please contact Kate Spurr on 01296 330101

Closing Date: 25th June 2012
Interview Date: 12th July 2012

This position is subject to a Criminal Records Bureau Disclosure check. The Disabilities Trust is an equal opportunities employer and recognises that having a diverse workforce enhances the support given to people who use our services.

The Brain Injuries Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) is a division of The Disabilities Trust and is the means by which The Disabilities Trust provides its brain injury services
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