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  • 02/08/2022 13:29 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Tipperary Rape Crisis Centre provides a safe, non-judgemental and discreet space for women, men and young people (14 years and upwards) who have been sexually abused, sexually assaulted, raped or sexually harassed, at any time in their lives, to receive one to one Counselling and Support.


    TRCC provides Support Counselling for non-abusing relatives or friends of Survivors.

    We currently have a vacancy for a part-time, qualified adolescent counsellor/psychotherapist.

    Adolescent Psychotherapist Requirements: We invite applications from qualified and accredited Adolescent Psychotherapists to provide individual counselling services specifically to support young people/adolescents with sexual abuse, sexual assault, rape, gender-based violence or any kind of sexual trauma in their lives. The role may also involve supporting parents/guardians of those children.

    Successful candidates must possess:

     An accredited qualification in counselling/psychotherapy, recognised by IACP, IAHIP or equivalent body.

     An accredited qualification in counselling/psychotherapy in child and/or adolescent psychotherapy, recognised by IACP, IAHIP, IAPTP or equivalent body.

     A minimum of 2 years post-qualification experience in working with young people.

    Experience of working with adolescent survivors of sexual or gender-based violence.

    Demonstrable evidence of CPD relevant to the role.

    A flexible approach and ability to handle a varied workload.


    How to apply

    Interested applicants should forward their CV’s and a cover letter to the Manager at tipperaryrcc@gmail.com or to the below details;

    Natasha A. O’Keeffe
    Manager
    Tipperary Rape Crisis Centre
    20 Mary Street,Clonmel,
    Co. Tipperary

    Closing Date: 24th August 2022          

    Interviews are in person on Wednesday 31st August 2022


  • 19/07/2022 16:37 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    DESCRIPTION:

    Counsellors are required for agency work with the HSE Counselling Primary Care service (CIPC).

     

    This new Counsellor opportunity is offered in the HSE CIPC service in Community Healthcare South Dublin, Kildare and West Wicklow area.

    What is CIPC?

    CIPC is the provision of short term counselling in primary care settings to medical card holders aged 18 years and over by professionally qualified counsellors under the governance of the HSE National Counselling Service Director of Counselling.

    Counsellors will be required to provide up to 8 counselling sessions to clients who will have been pre-screened by the service for a minimum of 3 days per week.

    Qualifications

    An applicant must:

    (i) Hold a degree or post-graduate qualification in counselling or/and psychotherapy, recognised by one of the following as appropriate: The Irish Association of Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapy (IAHIP), or one of the five sections within the Irish Council for Psychotherapy (ICP)

    And

    (ii) Have full accredited membership with one of the following : The Irish Association of Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapy (IAHIP), or one of the five sections within ICP.

    A selection process will also apply.

    For more information please go to https://cplhealthcare.com/job/counsellor-cho-7/ to view the advert and forward your CV to lesley.young@cplhealthcare.com for more information.

  • 19/07/2022 10:28 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The HSE Counselling in Primary Care service (CIPC) via CPL Healthcare, have developed a new opportunity to join our team as agency Associate Counsellors.

     

    This new initiative is open to those who are in the post-qualification pre-accreditation stage and is an opportunity to gain paid working experience within the HSE CIPC service.

    Please note this new Associate Counsellor opportunity is currently being offered only in the HSE CIPC service in Community Healthcare South Dublin, Kildare and West Wicklow area.

    What is CIPC?

    CIPC is the provision of short term counselling in primary care settings to medical card holders aged 18 years and over by professionally qualified counsellors under the governance of the HSE National Counselling Service Directors of Counselling.

    Associate Counsellors will be required to provide up to 8 counselling sessions to clients who will have been pre-screened by the service for a minimum of 2 days per week.

    Qualifications and Criteria:

    An applicant must:

    (i) Hold a degree or post-graduate qualification in counselling, or psychotherapy recognised by one of the following, as appropriate:, the Irish Association for Counselling andPsychotherapy (IACP), or one of the five sections within the Irish Council for Psychotherapy (ICP).

    And

    (ii) Have pre-accredited membership with one of the following: IACP or one of the five sections within ICP.

    And

    (iii) Have external/private supervision in place.

    A selection process will also apply.

    Please forward your CV to lesley.young@cplhealthcare.com for more information.

  • 12/07/2022 14:34 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Hours: Part-time Consultancy Basis

    Contract Type: Contract for Service

    Job Closing Date: Friday 22nd July, 5pm


    Summary of the role:

    Clinical supervision has become internationally recognised as an important function in nursing, healthcare assistants & staff practice with the goal of improving and maintaining safe, effective and efficient care for patient and service users.

    LauraLynn is committed to providing a range of supports for staff and are looking Clinical Supervisor on a part-time consultancy basis to work with a Clinical Supervision Implementation Group to implement and evaluate the LauraLynn Clinical Supervision Programme.

    The Clinical Supervision Programme will support LauraLynn Children’s Hospice & Disability Services teams, CHI@Crumlin CNSp’s in Paediatric Palliative Care and the HSE national team of Clinical Nurse Coordinators for Children with Life Limiting Conditions.

    The principal services that the Clinical Supervisor will be required to provide include:

    • Work collaboratively with the Clinical Supervision Implementation Group to ensure effective roll out of the Clinical Supervision Programme.
    • Provision of on-site and remote Clinical Supervision.
    • Provision of psycho-educational sessions to facilitate the roll out and implementation of the service.
    • Monitoring and evaluation of the quality, success and outcomes of the service.

    Essential Criteria - ideally the successful candidate will possess the following:

    • Candidates should have a minimum of a Level 7 qualification in a Mental Health area e.g. Psychotherapy/Family Therapy/Counselling, Clinical Psychology or Social Work.
    • Have completed a supervisory programme.
    • Full accreditation with the relevant professional body is essential – e.g. IACP, IAHIP, PSI.
    • Strong organisational, administrative, interpersonal, and clinical skills

    How to Apply:

    For informal enquiries please contact Anne Marie Carroll, Director of Nursing on 01 289 3151 or E: ACarroll@lauralynn.ie

    To apply please send your CV and cover letter to Human Resources hr@lauralynn.ie or by post: HR department, LauraLynn Ireland’s Children’s Hospice, Leopardstown Road, Dublin 18.

    Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

  • 28/06/2022 14:08 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Adolescent Psychotherapist (experienced and qualified to work young people). Also, to provide parental/carer support to parents of young people affected by DSGBV.


    Wexford Rape Crisis is a service offering counselling to women, men and young people who have been affected in any way by Domestic, Sexual or Gender-Based (DSGBV). In addition, we offer support counselling to a partner, family member or friend who is supporting the person who has been abused.

    Adolescent Psychotherapist Requirements: We invite applications from qualified and accredited Psychotherapists to provide individual counselling services specifically to support young people with a history of domestic, sexual abuse, sexual assault, rape, gender-based violence or any kind of sexual trauma in their lives. The role will also involve supporting parents/guardians of those children affected by DSGBV.

    Candidates must possess:

    • An accredited qualification in counselling/psychotherapy (minimum Diploma level)

    recognised by IACP, IAHIP or equivalent.

    • Eligibility to work therapeutically with young people under the IACP Grandparenting

    clause by demonstrating required Competencies for working with clients who are under 18 years of age.

    • A track-record of working therapeutically with young people.
    • A flexible approach and an ability to handle a varied workload.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work well both under own initiative and as part of a team

    Candidates ideally to possess:

    • A qualification in counselling/psychotherapy (ideally at diploma/masters’ level) in child and/or adolescent psychotherapy.
    • A minimum of 2 years’ experience in working therapeutically with young people.
    • Experience of working with adolescent survivors of domestic, sexual abuse or gender-based violence.

    Located in Wexford town. Travel may be required to outreach clinics in Co. Wexford.

    To Apply: Please send a letter of application, together with a CV and the names of two referees to clare@wexfordrapecrisis.com or contact Clare Williams on 053 91 22722.

    Deadline: Friday 8th July at 5pm. Interviews will be held on Thursday 28th July in Wexford town.

    The role will be offered for 4 days a week (28 hours per week) on 3 year contract subject to completion of a probationary period. Salary is commensurate with experience and continued funding.

    CHARITY NO: CHY 12420. Wexford Rape Crisis is funded by Tusla

  • 21/06/2022 14:25 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    MyMind is a not-for-profit community-based social enterprise working towards giving every person equal access to mental health support early, affordably, directly, without stigma or delay. As Ireland’s largest blended model of online and face-to-face mental healthcare, we are passionate about empowering people and communities, and making a lasting and positive impact on society. 


    At present, we are seeing increased demand for our services and so we are looking to add to our team of Mental Health Professionals (MHPs) across the country. MyMind is looking for enthusiastic counsellors, psychotherapists and psychologists to work with us on a flexible contract basis working either from one of our centres in Dublin, Cork or Limerick, or online through our bespoke platform. If you share in our goal to make mental health services accessible to all, we would love to hear from you. If you have any further questions about MyMind or the role in question, please don’t hesitate to call 081 850 0800, email office@mymind.org or visit our website.

    To apply to work with MyMind, please click here.

    Requirements:

    A recognised qualification at minimum level 8 QQI in Counselling or Psychotherapy; or a level 9 QQI in Counselling or Clinical Psychology

    - Membership of a recognised professional body (i.e. PSI, IACP, IAHIP, ICP etc.)

    - Indemnity Insurance providing cover of €6,500,000 or above

    - Experience working with a variety of clients reflecting a wide range of clinical presentations

    - Proficient computer skills

    - At least part-availability during daytime hours (ie Mon-Fri, 9am to 5pm)

    Please ensure that you have read and understood the requirements and are in a position to submit all the necessary paperwork.

    Our Recruitment Process:

    Step 1: Application Form (5 minutes to complete)

    Step 2: Video questions (5 questions) - after completion of Step 1 the applicant will receive an invitation to our partner platform Willo (approx. 15 minutes to complete)

    As part of step 2, applicants will also be required to upload the following documents: CV, Cover Letter, Professional Indemnity Insurance, Qualifications, Membership with professional body.

    Step 3: Garda Vetting Process

    Step 4: Clinical Interview (20 minutes)

    Step 5: Induction and Start

  • 21/06/2022 14:25 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    CARI is a registered charity founded in 1989 and is currently the leading provider of professional, child centred therapy services to children, families and groups who have been affected by child sexual abuse. CARI’s therapy services provide therapy to children 18 and under who have been affected by sexual abuse and children aged 12 and under who present with sexually harmful behaviour.


    CARI is Recruiting

    • 1 Part-Time Sessional Therapist for Wexford

    • 1 Part-Time Therapist for Dublin

    At CARI our dedicated team help children and families every day.

    Part-Time Therapist Role:

    The role involves the provision of therapy to children and adolescents affected by child sexual abuse. The role also includes therapeutic interventions with parents or carers of the young person. Previous experience of working therapeutically with children is vital, as is an ability to work within a team environment. Reporting directly to the Therapy Team Leader, to ensure quality in service delivery and consistency in approach. Individual and group supervision will be provided.

    The ideal candidates will have:

    • Experience of providing therapy to children, adults, and families.

    • Primary or higher degree in related discipline.

    • Recognized therapy qualification.

    • Knowledge of Children First Guidance.

    • Ability to work as part of a dynamic multidisciplinary team.

    • Therapy Accreditation.

    Interested applicants should apply with cover letter and CV to Emer O’ Neill. National Head of Therapy. CARI House, Ennis Road, Limerick. V94 YV80 or email: emer.oneill@cari.ie

    Closing date for applications is 01/07/2022

    Applications will be treated in the strictest confidence. CARI is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

  • 09/06/2022 17:26 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    HSE Primary Care Drug and Alcohol Services
    Cork Kerry Community Healthcare, CHO Area 4


    There are currently three permanent full-time vacancies available. The post-holder will initially be located in the following:

    Posts 1 & 2: Arbour House, St. Finbarr’s Hospital Campus

    Post 3: Edward Court, Tralee, Co. Kerry.

    The successful candidate may be required to work in any service area within the vicinity as the need arises. A panel may be created from this campaign for Primary Care Drug and Alcohol Services, Cork and Kerry Community Healthcare, (CHO Area 4) from which current and future permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full-time or part-time duration may be filled.

    For more information and Application Form please visit www.hse.ie/jobs and search for counsellor – the direct link is as follows

    https://www.hse.ie/eng/staff/jobs/job-search/allied-health-and-social-care/ckchhsc60622.html

    Closing date is Wednesday 15th June 2022 at 17:00.


  • 07/06/2022 11:59 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    One in Four would like to welcome a small group of psychotherapists, either pre-accredited or accredited, who would like to develop their skills in working with sexual trauma, to join us on training placement for 18 months. 


    Training Placement Programme: Working with Sexual Trauma Position

    Location: One in Four Ireland CLG, 35-36 Arran Quay, Smithfield, Dublin 7

    Hours: 4 Clinical Hours per week for a 18 month duration


    What is expected?

           Provision of psychotherapy to four clients each week for an 18-month period.

           Participation in group supervision twice each month. 

           Attendance at nine days training, (18 half-days on Saturdays) over the 18-month period. 

    What One in Four is offering

           A safe, supported environment to build up client hours. 

           Training modules including  o Working with Childhood Sexual Abuse: covering assessment, risk, child protection and the law, resourcing clients to self –regulate. 

    o   Therapeutic Modalities and their Approach to Trauma: Body work, attachment, psychoanalytic, integrative, systemic, CBT.  o Work beyond the individual client: Family support, group work, working with the offender as a child protection intervention. 

    o   Longevity in the work: parallel process, self-care, successful endings. 

           Group supervision fortnightly and the opportunity to experience different approaches to supervision. 

           Mentorship from a psychotherapist on the team. 

           A certificate confirming completion of the programme.

    Applications

    Interested applicants, please send your CV marked for attention of the Clinical Director to recruitment@oneinfour.ie  before 5pm on Friday 8th July, 2022. 

  • 31/05/2022 15:58 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    KASA provides a safe, non-judgemental and discreet space for women, men and young people (14 years and upwards) who have been sexually abused, sexually assaulted, raped or sexually harassed, at any time in their lives, to receive one to one Counselling and Support.


    KASA provides Support Counselling for non-abusing relatives or friends of Survivors.

    We currently have a vacancy for a part-time, qualified adolescent counsellor/psychotherapist.

    Adolescent Psychotherapist Requirements: We invite applications from qualified and accredited Adolescent Psychotherapists to provide individual counselling services specifically to support young people/adolescents with sexual abuse, sexual assault, rape, gender-based violence or any kind of sexual trauma in their lives. The role may also involve supporting parents/guardians of those children.

    Successful candidates must possess:

    • An accredited qualification in counselling/psychotherapy, recognised by IACP, IAHIP or equivalent body.
    • An accredited qualification in counselling/psychotherapy in child and/or adolescent psychotherapy, recognised by IACP, IAHIP, IAPTP or equivalent body.
    • A minimum of 2 years post-qualification experience in working with young people.
    • Experience of working with adolescent survivors of sexual or gender-based violence.
    • Demonstrable evidence of CPD relevant to the role.
    • A flexible approach and ability to handle a varied workload.

    How to apply

    Interested applicants should forward their CV’s to the Manager brid@kasa.ie or to the below details;

    Bríd Meighan
    Manager
    KASA
    1 Golf View Terrace
    Grange’s Road Lower
    Kilkenny


    Closing Date: 10th June 2022

     

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