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  • 10/05/2022 15:44 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Ballymun Youth Action Project [BYAP] is a community response to drug and alcohol misuse, founded in 1981.  As a response that has come from within the community of Ballymun, we strive to reduce the negative impact of drug and alcohol use on the lives of individuals and families, and on this community.  The majority of services are provided to over 18’s.

    The services provided through the Ballymun Youth Action Project respond across the continuum of care, ranging from low threshold services to aftercare.

    We are currently inviting applications for the following position.

    Community Addiction Counsellor/ Aftercare. Ref: CAC/A 22.  Part Time (4 Day week) Fixed Term Contract. - Full Job Description here>>

    We are looking for individuals with enthusiasm, commitment, and initiative, who can work effectively at both an individual and a group level, and who have a solid understanding of the journey of recovery.   The successful candidate will have the following:

    • Capacity to engage with individuals and families who are experiencing difficulties with drug or alcohol use.
    • Experience and understanding of client assessment and care planning.
    • Understanding of the range of interventions appropriate to a continuum of care, and capacity to use such interventions.
    • Particular understanding of approaches to providing support for people in recovery, or those that have made significant positive changes in respect of their drug or alcohol use.
    • Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team, and to work in partnership with other agencies and services.
    • Recognition of the importance of ongoing review and the development of effective strategies and approaches to support the work of the Project.
    • Capacity to make full use of formal and informal supervision
    • Adherence to the highest standards of professionalism, and capacity to adhere to the policies and procedures of the Project.

    Specific Requirements:

    • Candidates must possess a relevant 3rd Level Qualification;
    • Minimum Level 7 QQI
    • ANDAccreditation within a relevant professional counselling body (e.g. ACI)
    • Candidates will have a least 3 years’ experience of working within the context of addiction.
    • Candidates must successfully complete the Garda Vetting Process.

    The salary is aligned with the HSE Basic Social Worker Scale. (Pro Rata)

    The position is based in the Ballymun Youth Action Project, with some work offsite.

    Applicants must complete an Application Form>> accompanied by a cover letter.  

    Send Completed Application Form and Cover letter in hard copy, or by email, to:-

    The Director

    Ballymun Youth Action Project

    Horizons Centre

    Balcurris Road

    Dublin 11.

    info@byap.ie

    If submitting Application by email please ensure required signatures are also provided.  Please note that applications that are incomplete, or that do not meet the minimum requirements, will not be considered.

    Applications should arrive no later than 5.00 p.m. on Friday 27th May 2022.

    Ballymun Youth Action Project CLG., is an equal opportunities employer

    Short listing for interview may apply.  Interviews are scheduled for the week commencing 13th June 2022.


  • 03/05/2022 14:50 | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Role: - Lead Counsellor


    Reporting to:

    The Chief Executive overall, and to the Operations Manager in respect of Annual, and other leave, requests.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Administering the counselling department to ensure the delivery of quality, timely, ethical professional counselling services to Well Woman clients.

    • Ensuring compliance with funder requirements (as defined in the SLA) in service delivery. Promoting awareness of those services, and overseeing their ongoing development.

    • Supporting Well Woman’s two staff counsellors.

    • Serving as the Designated Liaison Person (DLP) in respect of reports to Tusla

    The Ideal Candidate:

    • Will demonstrate a strong, practical awareness of how publically-funded services are delivered, and will be aware of the professional and business realities around delivering services in line with funder and contractual requirements.

    • S/he will be able to work independently and will co-ordinate all of the practical, staffing, policy and administrative aspects of the counselling service.

    • S/he will have a minimum of three years of experience, post-accreditation, in working in a professional counselling environment.

    After 12 months (subject to funding, and depending on satisfactory performance in the role), there is potential to promote the Lead Counsellor to Head of Counselling Services.

    Service delivery, policy development and staff administration:

    The Lead Counsellor –

    • Will have had experience in a senior or Lead Counsellor role for at least 2 years. Experience in overseeing a publically-funded counselling service, and delivering services to contractual requirements, will be an advantage

    • Will have a strong, commercial customer-service ethos

    • Will provide an agreed amount of counselling hours each week to Dublin Well Woman Centre clients (with some of the contracted hours being devoted to administration)

    • Will provide a number (varying) of information or ‘Process’ calls to patients attending for EMA services, and will monitor levels of demand for these calls across the three clinics, ensuring balanced distribution

    • Will interview and assess applicant counsellors

    • Will be responsible for overseeing the team of two counsellors, including responsibility for induction of new counsellors, development (team and individual), inter-team communications, disciplinary issues, holding periodic team meetings, as well as one-to-one meetings with individual counsellors)

    • Will build links with Well Woman’s medical and nursing teams, to support referral of patients and clients between these professional disciplines

    • Will monitor training needs of counsellors, and identify appropriate resources to meet those needs (in line with individual Annual Training Allowances)

    • Should ideally have experience and qualifications as a Supervisor in order to provide Case Management supervision to the team of Counsellors

    • Will liaise with other professional bodies where appropriate, including holding quarterly meetings with other Lead Counsellors / Heads of Counselling in similar organisations

    • Will assist in the development and communication of relevant Well Woman policies & procedures

    • Will ensure the Chief Executive is briefed on matters of interest or concern in the delivery of Well Woman’s counselling service

    Administration and Service Promotion:

    The Lead Counsellor –

    • Will work within the ethos and philosophy of the Dublin Well Woman Centre

    • Will monitor the demand for crisis / unplanned pregnancy counselling services, and post-abortion counselling services, and plan necessary resources in order to meet demand

    • Will prepare monthly statistics and will feed these in, within agreed deadlines, to the Finance Manager (who uses them in monthly management accounts, and in preparation of statistical returns for our funder).

    • Will also prepare 6-monthly narrative reports on the operation of pregnancy-related counselling services, for our funder.

    • Will monitor the demand for general counselling services, and liaise with the Chief Executive and Operations Manager around the future of this service

    • Will record details of usage of the General Counselling service

    • Will promote the Crisis / Unplanned Pregnancy counselling service including meeting with GPs, 3rd level Organisations, professional and women’s organisations. This will include liaising with the Social Media, Communications and Research Co-Ordinator in creating content for Well Woman’s social media channels

    • Will keep updated with Practice & Procedures

    • Will oversee quality of service delivery, including preliminary investigation of any complaints from clients.

    • Will liaise with external bodies – such as the CPP, and / or researchers – as appropriate and as agreed with the CEO

    Note:

    Garda Vetting is a condition of employment in this role.

    The successful applicant must be a fully accredited member of IACP or IAHIP (or an equivalent body).

    Salary and Terms & Conditions:

    Salary will be pro rata, based on a full-time salary of €64,350 (equates to €33 / hour). In addition, Well Woman will underwrite costs of monthly counselling supervision.

    Upon completion of a probation period (ordinarily 3 – 4 months), an Annual Training Allowance and Study Leave are provided for.

    Working Hours and Place of Work:

    The role is structured on a part-time basis, in recognition of the likelihood that applicants may have their own counselling practice.

    The Lead Counsellor will work between our Pembroke Road and Liffey Street clinics. The role is offered on a part-time basis, 21 hours / week across 4 days, Tue – Fri:

    Tuesdays 9 am – 3.30 pm (1/2 hour break 1 pm to 1.30 pm)

    Wednesdays 9 am – 2.30 pm (1/2 hour break 1 pm to 1.30 pm)

    Thursdays 9 am – 2.30 pm (1/2 hour break 1 pm to 1.30 pm)

    Fridays 9 am – 2.30 pm (1/2 hour break 1 pm to 1.30 pm)

    Approximately 4 hours of the above are reserved for administration; the balance is to be used for client hours. From time to time, and with the agreement of the CEO and / or Operations Manager, additional administration hours may be allocated.

    The role is advertised on the basis of a one-year contract, open to renewal. Applicants are asked to note that this role is contingent on continued HSE funding to support the service.

    To apply:

    Send a Letter of Application outlining your experience and qualifications, and CV, for the attention of Alison Begas, Chief Executive, at info@wellwomancentre.ie, stating ‘LEAD COUNSELLOR ROLE’ in the subject line.

    Deadline for receipt of applications: Close of business, Tuesday, 17th May 2022. Interviews will take place during the week beginning 23rd May.


  • 03/05/2022 14:15 | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Clinical Director

    Reporting to:               Chief Executive Officer

    Located at:  Aware Head Office, 9 Leeson Street Upper, Dublin 4.

    Principal duties:

    • Be a member of the Aware Clinical Committee of the Board of Directors of Aware with oversight of clinical governance of the organisation.
    • Provide Clinical advisory services to the CEO, Director of Services, the Clinical Committee of the Board of Directors of Aware and the Directors of Aware, as required.
    • Contribute to the strategic planning and achievement of strategic goals of Aware.
    • Take a leading role in creating and developing Aware programmes in conjunction with the Director of Services
    • Lead the translation of research into practice in the areas of depression and bipolar disorder and evaluate all that translation.
    • Develop and have clinical oversight of a Research strategy for the organisation.
    • Advise on and have clinical oversight on all clinical content of education programmes, support services, information services and literature delivered and circulated by Aware.
    • Advise on clinical aspect of all service delivery.
    • Advise on developments in best international practice specific to the service delivery areas being addressed by Aware.
    • Advise on the application of best international clinical practice and governance to the Aware services.
    • Be a member of the  Aware Safety Audit and Risk Management committee.
    • Lead and facilitate Media interviews as appropriate to represent Aware. Take a proactive approach to raising the profile of Aware by active engagement with the media.
    • Provide expertise and advice on the use of recognised tools for formal evaluation of Aware services and programmes.
    • Provide expertise in relation to all clinical policies.
    Candidate specification:
    • Clinical experience of and expertise in the areas of depression, bipolar disorder and other mood related disorders.
    • Have an accredited professional qualification and be a member of an appropriate professional body
    • Have at least 3 years post-qualification experience working in a clinically relevant area.
    • Have extensive experience working in an organisation in the mental health sector.
    • Have conducted research / prepared research publications
    • Research literature knowledge of depression and bipolar disorder
    • Currently active in their specific field.
    • Must be able to demonstrate leadership skills and ability to work as part of team comprising  of staff and with volunteers .
    • This person selected for this position will be expected to work very closely with the Director of Services and the Clinical Committee and the  candidate will be expected to have excellent stakeholder management skills.

    To apply:

    Please send a cover letter outlining your desire and suitability for the position alongside an up to date CV to Stephen McBride at stephen.mcbride@aware.ie by 5pm on Friday 13th May

  • 26/04/2022 15:39 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Psychotherapist/Psychologist Dublin


    Who is Spectrum Mental Health?

    At Spectrum Mental Health we understand the importance of your personal or workplace mental health needs. As the leading provider of private mental health services, our nationwide network of psychologists and psychotherapists are experienced and skilled professionals in their fields. Our goal is to provide every client with the appropriate mental health supports. We work to help clients identify and overcome their difficulties in a straightforward, individualised and professional way.

    With an ever-increasing number of clinics across Ireland, corporate clients to whom we deliver onsite services, and an expanding list of service offerings, we can offer team members an exciting and varied career path with ample opportunity for growth and development. As a clinician-led organisation, we are very much aware of both the rewards and challenges of providing mental health services across a variety of settings. With this in mind, we use an approach that supports our clinicians by providing clinical and administrative support, whilst also respecting their autonomy and skill set as trained and experienced mental health professionals.

    In joining Spectrum Mental Health, you will be joining a friendly and collaborative multi-disciplinary team, made up of other experienced clinicians, as well as skilled head office staff, who can provide support, guidance and peer consultation.

    We are looking for fully qualified and accredited, Psychotherapists and Psychologists to join our team. The role will involve the delivery of high quality, client focused support services within our primary care clinics.

    The key responsibilities can include:

    • Working therapeutically with a wide range of presenting issues in our primary care and private clinic settings
    • Innovating and contributing to the development of services to promote the psychological well-being of all service users
    • Communicating effectively and working in co-operation with team members and others
    • Liaising with other healthcare professionals (such as GPs and other members of multi-disciplinary teams) as necessary
    • Working within limits of professional competence in line with principles of best practice, professional conduct, and clinical governance
    • Being aware of, and referring clients on to, appropriate services as necessary
    • Keeping up to date with evidence base and CPD related to clinical work
    • Writing and maintaining clear client case notes, reports and collecting statistics in line with company policy
    • Using a client management system to manage client appointments
    • Managing client payments and issuing receipts
    • Drafting articles which will be used for content on the Spectrum Mental Health website and other marketing collateral
    • For full time staff the role may also involve potential for working in a general consultative capacity within a corporate setting using a preventative, psychoeducational approach with individual workers, as well as groups of workers

    What experience and qualifications do I need?

    • Recognised qualification in psychology or psychotherapy with 2 years post qualification experience, working therapeutically with adults, child and adolescents or couples (relevant for clinic settings in particular)
    • Accreditation with either IACP, IICP, PSI, BABCP, IAHIP or ICP or other recognized post qualification experience
    • Current professional indemnity insurance
    • Excellent administration and organisational skills
    • Flexibility and adaptability with an ability to work within work environments and services that are changing, growing and evolving
    • Ability to work in a collaborative team environment with an openness to sharing ideas and learning from others
    • Fluent English Level B2 Advanced or above required

    What competencies are especially desirable?

    • Qualifications relating to one or more the following are particularly welcomed: CBT, couples counselling, family, child or adolescent therapy
    • Experience working with Children (5+) and adolescents desirable
    • Experience providing group therapy and/or giving presentations

    What are the benefits of working with Spectrum Mental Health?

    • Flexible part-time and full-time options
    • Health and wellness benefit of up to €25 a month
    • Me day - extra day annual leave for wellness
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Health insurance for permanent employees
    • Bike2work scheme
    • Being part of an experienced, friendly and supportive multidisciplinary team
    • A varied and exciting working environment
    • Career progression inline with your skillset and goals
    • Social club with monthly engagement events and 4 face to face meet ups a year

    Job Type: Full-time or part-time employment hours available - ranging from a 5 day to a minimum of a 2 day week. There is also blended corporate/clinic work options available for those wishing to join us for full time hours.

    Please note that if you apply you consent to your information to be stored for twelve months for recruitment purposes by Spectrum Mental Health and its affiliated partners.

    Click here to apply>>

  • 26/04/2022 13:56 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Corporate Psychotherapist - Dublin

    Who is Spectrum Mental Health?

    At Spectrum Mental Health we understand the importance of your personal or workplace mental health needs. As the leading provider of private mental health services, our nationwide network of psychologists and psychotherapists are experienced and skilled professionals in their fields. Our goal is to provide every client with the appropriate mental health supports. We work to help clients identify and overcome their difficulties in a straightforward, individualised and professional way.

    With an ever-increasing number of clinics across Ireland, corporate clients to whom we deliver onsite services, and an expanding list of service offerings, we can offer team members an exciting and varied career path with ample opportunity for growth and development. As a clinician-led organisation, we are very much aware of both the rewards and challenges of providing mental health services across a variety of settings. With this in mind, we use an approach that supports our clinicians by providing clinical and administrative support, whilst also respecting their autonomy and skill set as trained and experienced mental health professionals.

    In joining Spectrum Mental Health, you will be joining a friendly and collaborative multi-disciplinary team, made up of other experienced clinicians, as well as skilled head office staff, who can provide support, guidance and peer consultation.

    We are looking for fully qualified and accredited, Psychotherapists to join our corporate team. The role will involve the delivery of high quality, client-focused, wellness support and training services within a corporate setting. We are recruiting for two locations, one in Sandyford and one in EastWall in Dublin.

    The key responsibilities can include:

    • Working in a general consultative capacity within a corporate setting using a preventative, psychoeducational approach with individual workers, as well as groups of workers
    • Innovating and contributing to the development of services to promote the psychological well-being of all service users
    • Communicating effectively and working in co-operation with team members and others
    • Working within limits of professional competence in line with principles of best practice, professional conduct, and clinical governance
    • Being aware of, and referring clients on to, appropriate services as necessary
    • Keeping up to date with the evidence based and CPD related to clinical work
    • Writing and maintaining clear client case notes, reports and collecting statistics in line with company policy
    • Using a client management system to manage client appointments
    • Part of the job role may involve drafting articles which will be used for content on the Spectrum Mental Health website and other marketing collateral

    What experience and qualifications do I need?

    • Recognised qualification in psychotherapy, preferably with post qualification experience, working therapeutically with individual adults
    • Fully Accredited member with either IACP, IICP, IAHIP or ICP or other recognized post qualification experience
    • Current professional indemnity insurance
    • Excellent administration and organisational skills
    • Proficient with Technology/IT or willingness to learn
    • Flexibility and adaptability with an ability to work within work environments and services that are changing, growing and evolving
    • Ability to work in a collaborative team environment with an openness to sharing ideas and learning from others
    • Fluent English Level B2 Advanced required

    What competencies are especially desirable?

    • Experience running groups and/or giving presentations
    • Good knowledge of Microsoft Excel
    • Past experience managing people
    • Good communication and interpersonal skills
    • Strong organisational skills

    What are the benefits of working with Spectrum Mental Health?

    • Flexible part-time and full-time options
    • Health and wellness benefit of up to €25 a month
    • Me day - extra day annual leave for wellness
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • Health insurance for permanent employees
    • Bike2work scheme
    • Being part of an experienced, friendly and supportive multidisciplinary team
    • A varied and exciting working environment
    • Career progression inline with your skillset and goals
    • Social club with monthly engagement events and 4 face to face meet ups a year

    Job Type: Full-time or part-time employment hours available - ranging from a 5 day to a minimum of a 2 day week. There is also blended corporate/clinic work options available for those wishing to join us for full time hours.

     

    Please note that if you apply you consent to your information to be stored for twelve months for recruitment purposes by Spectrum Mental Health and its affiliated partners.

    Click here to apply>>

  • 26/04/2022 13:02 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Counsellor - Full-time Permanent Position


    Situated in Foxford in Co. Mayo, Hope House widely regarded as a leading provider of quality Addiction Treatment Services are currently recruiting for a Counsellor to join their dynamic counselling team.

    The successful applicant must hold:

    (i) A professional qualification in counselling and/or psychotherapy

    And

    (ii) Be accredited or working towards accreditation with relevant body e.g ACI, IACP, IAHIP

    Applications process:

    Candidates who meet the requirements should submit their Curriculum Vitae and cover letter outlining their suitability for the position via email to

    info@hopehouse.ie

    Or

    By post to The Director, Hope House, Foxford, Co. Mayo F26V967

    Shortlisting for interview will apply.

    Hope House is an equal opportunities employer.

    Closing date: Friday 20th May 2022


  • 26/04/2022 12:40 | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Due to expansion of our programme offerings in Athlone, Galway and Dublin, the International College for Personal and Professional Development (ICPPD) is now seeking Tutors with expertise and teaching experience for the BA (Hons) in Holistic Counselling and Psychotherapy. We are also recruiting for a Clinical Placement Co-Ordinator and In-House Supervisor.

    Please send your CV to collegemanager@icppd.com Tel: 0906470484

    www.icppd.com


  • 19/04/2022 17:20 | Anonymous member (Administrator)



    The Elmwood Centre, one of the longest running psychological and psychotherapy services in Ireland is seeking a fully accredited Psychotherapist to work with individuals and/or couples on a contract basis.

    For more information please contact us on

    01-6676928 or 0852357973

    info@elmwoodcentre.com


  • 19/04/2022 16:30 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    KASA provides a safe, non-judgemental and discreet space for women and men 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 counsellor/psychotherapist.


    Successful
    candidates must possess:

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

    ·Experience of working with Survivors of sexual abuse.

    ·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, ManagerKASA1 Golf View TerraceGrange’s Road Lower, Kilkenny

    Closing Date: 13th May 2022                          


  • 22/03/2022 19:08 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Vacancy: Psychotherapist

    One in Four is a registered charity that provides psychotherapy and advocacy services to men and women who have experienced sexual abuse and to their families. We also deliver a therapeutic intervention programme to those who have committed a sexual offence against a child.

    We are expanding our team and recruiting a psychotherapist to work 4 days per week to provide individual and group therapy to those who have been sexually abused in childhood, individual and group treatment on the sex offender intervention programme, and support to families impacted by sexual abuse.

    Applications from fully accredited psychotherapists with IAHIP (or any of the other ICP Modalities) or IACP or counselling psychologists are welcome. Previous experience of working with trauma is essential. Experience of working with offenders would be an advantage.

    Please apply by sending your CV and covering letter to recruitment@oneinfour.ie for the attention of the Clinical Director.

    Closing dates for applications 5pm Friday 8th April.


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