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Student Wellbeing Service

The Student Wellbeing Service at Sheffield Hallam University offers specialist support for students encountering barriers to achieving and/or sustaining positive psychological wellbeing. This includes students who are experiencing mental health challenges, students on the autistic spectrum, students from priority groups (including care leavers, estranged students and student carers). We offer a range of therapeutic and mental health support services, including face-to-face and remote counselling (time-sensitive), therapeutic and psycho-educational groups, self-help resources, preventative training and consultancy to staff.

The Student Wellbeing Service is committed to promoting inclusion, tackling discrimination and improving accessibility for all students seeking therapeutic and mental health support. We currently have an exciting opportunity for a clinically experienced and professionally qualified practitioner to join our team to provide targeted support to students from ethnically minoritized communities. We are looking for an accredited practitioner from a relevant professional background such as; counselling/ psychotherapy/ Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy/ Counselling Psychology. You will have extensive, demonstrable experience of delivering high-quality, time-sensitive integrative therapy as part of a large multi-disciplinary team.

As part of the team, you will provide high quality therapeutic support, triage, and assessment for designated Student Wellbeing activities, delivering a range of wellbeing initiatives and specialist interventions for students experiencing personal issues that may impact on their success as learners. You will also work collaboratively as part of a local management group, ensuring operational excellence and consistency of practice, and responding effectively to student diversity.

We would like to encourage candidates from diverse backgrounds to allow our staff group to reflect the community we serve and would particularly welcome applications from candidates from minority ethnic communities who are currently underrepresented for this role.

For more information and to apply.

 

To apply for this job email your details to j.sen@shu.ac.uk.

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