Links

Useful Links

You may find these organisations helpful:

United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy

The UKCP’s purpose is to promote the art and science of psychotherapy for the public
benefit; to promote research and education in psychotherapy and disseminate the results of any such research; and to promote (or assist in the promotion, preservation and protection of public health by encouraging) high standards of training and practice in psychotherapy and the wider provision of psychotherapy for the public benefit.
Website: www.psychotherapy.org.uk

British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy

BACP provides advice on a range of services to help meet the needs of anyone seeking information about counselling and psychotherapy.
Website: www.bacp.co.uk

Association of Therapeutic Communities

ATC acts as a focus for information, debate, training and support – for anybody who wants their milieu to have a therapeutic effect on the residents, patients or clients; or for anyone who works in a therapeutic community.
Website: www.therapeuticcommunities.org

St James’s House

St James’s House provides services in employment, training, adult education, mental health recovery and social inclusion.
Website: www.sjh.org.uk

Camden and Islington Providers Forum

CIPF is a coalition of voluntary organizations working in the field of mental health in Camden and Islington.
Website: www.cipf.org.uk

The Yellow Heart Trust

The Arbours Association has a strategic partnership with the charity ‘The Yellow Heart Trust’. Website: www.yht.org.uk

boredom

The Arbours Association

A long established mental health organisation based in North London (N8) urgently needs a full time Facilitator/Support Worker (£20,176 per annum)
FT (40 hours including 2 hours of paid study leave) + 2 sleep-in per week

The Arbours Association provides therapeutic communities (psychodynamic approach) and supported housing for individuals in emotional distress. We are looking to recruit a Facilitator/Support Worker to help further our work.

This is a varied post assisting people with mental health problems in a residential setting. The ideal candidate will have experience or formal training in mental health issues and/or psychotherapy and is looking for an alternative approach to mainstream care. Sleep-in work is essential. In-house training is offered with this post.

To request for an application pack, please send an email to: info@arboursassociation.org

Closing date for receipt of applications: 15/02/19
Interviews will be held on the 21/02/19

The Arbours is an equal opportunity employer
Charity No 263608