FBB is an education charity which uses the power of football
The Therapeutic Wellbeing Practitioner scheme is a unique
opportunity for passionate, committed and ambitious members of
the community wanting to make a difference in supporting young
people’s wellbeing and mental health. 1 in 6 young people today
experience challenges to their mental health and wellbeing, and
there is little on offer in terms of support. FBB’s early intervention
programme aims to create and pioneer a more accessible,
culturally competent way of delivering therapeutic support across
our schools. This scheme aims to progressively develop the
ideal candidate into a fully qualified UKCP/BACP Therapeutic
Practitioner through combining paid work, personal therapy and a paid training route to qualification over the 3 years.
The ideal candidate will be confident in balancing training and
development with working directly across our FBB Schools
programme to provide tailored therapeutic support for our
participants who are at risk of school exclusion. They will do so in
a creative and relational approach whilst also deeping their own
self-awareness and therapeutic knowledge working within a team.
Unusually within the space, our therapeutic interventions with
young people last for a full academic year meaning you will have
the opportunity to develop truly transformational relationships
with your caseload.
As part of the role, you will also be provided with reflective
practice, personal therapy and clinical supervision by experienced
Psychotherapists on our team.
To apply for this job email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org.