Psychological Therapies Recruitment
Currently there are 22 live role(s). View jobs
What is a Psychological Therapist?
Psychological Therapists have an innate understanding of the human mind and use this skill to explain patients’ behaviour or help to overcome mental difficulties. Many of the problems tackled by psychologists include:
- Children facing parental divorce
- Anger management
- Overcoming anxiety, depression and stress
- Aiding recovery from a traumatic injury/experience
- Coping with grieving the death of a loved one
- Managing chronic illnesses
- Ensuring students are being taught effectively
- Assisting the police and courts (Forensic Psychology)
Bearing in mind the complexity of the human mind and the problems it can encounter, there is an endless list of reasons why a patient may need the help of psychotherapy, and it is, therefore, a very rewarding profession.
How do you become a Psychotherapist?
Practicing psychologists must undergo years of hard work and training to become qualified in their chosen field. Although a psychology A Level is not necessarily needed for studying towards a degree, it would benefit a student with a great head start. To gain a place on an undergraduate psychology course, applicants need to show good literacy and numeracy skills plus a demonstrable grasp of scientific studies. On completion of an undergraduate degree, a doctoral degree in psychology demands full-time study of at least 3-4 years.
What Does a Psychological Therapist Earn?
The average annual salary for a UK psychologist is around £33,372 with top earners taking home a potential £69k each year.
Jobs in Psychological Therapy
Psychological Therapy jobs vary depending on what speciality a candidate is trained in. Your World Healthcare covers a wide range of fields within the Psychological Therapies sector including Clinical Psychologists, Family Therapists, Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners plus many other speciality psychology roles.
As a leading UK Psychological Therapies supplier, we provide our candidates with high rates of pay and an impressive choice of locum and permanent positions nationwide. Each of our candidates receives a dedicated recruitment consultant who will act as their first point of call. Our experienced consultants are experts in their field, sourcing quality roles that will appeal to a CBT therapist, private clinical psychologist, counselling psychologist and many other specialist professions within the psychology sector.
Locum Psychological Therapist Jobs
If you’re stuck between focusing on your career or home life, a move into locum psychology work could be precisely what you’re looking for. Your World Healthcare source psychologist jobs for locums in a variety of specialities, giving you the flexibility to work and dedicate time to your family, a second job or a hobby. To find out more about our locum roles, speak to one of our consultants today.
Psychological Therapies Leeds contract £35.00 - £40.00
Your World Healthcare is currently recruiting a Band 8A Clinical Psychologist for a contract role in Leeds.
Ref: YW-nzn6 | Posted: 22nd Feb, 2019 | Closing Date: 08th Apr, 2019
Psychological Therapies Redhill contract £33.00 - £38.00
Your World Healthcare is currently recruiting a Band 7 Psychologist for a contract role in Redhill.
Ref: YW-By6o | Posted: 22nd Feb, 2019 | Closing Date: 12th Apr, 2019
Psychological Therapies Hemel Hempstead contract Up to £50,000
Your World Healthcare is currently recruiting a Band 8A Clinical Psychologist for a contract role in Hemel Hempstead.
Ref: YW-mw9W | Posted: 22nd Feb, 2019 | Closing Date: 12th Apr, 2019
Psychological Therapies Northampton contract Up to £42
Your World Healthcare is currently recruiting a Band 8a acute for a contract role in Northampton.
Ref: YW-Pw0Q | Posted: 22nd Feb, 2019 | Closing Date: 08th Apr, 2019
Psychological Therapies Leeds contract £36-£40
Your World Healthcare is currently recruiting a Band 7 mental health for a contract role in Leeds.
Ref: YW-qw2p | Posted: 22nd Feb, 2019 | Closing Date: 08th Apr, 2019
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