Children and Young Peoples Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner (CWP) roles – Inviting Expressions of Interest from Graduates

Are you a recent psychology or social science graduate interested in being trained to work with children and young people with mental difficulties?

The London and South East CYP IAPT learning collaborative are co-ordinating the roll out of the Children’s Wellbeing Practitioner (CWP) programme in children and young peoples mental health services in London and South East England. These roles will include training to deliver brief evidence based interventions in the form of guided self-help for children and young people with mild/moderate anxiety, low mood and behavioural problems.

Recruitment for the second cohort of CWPs (beginning in May 2018) has ended and we are now taking expressions of interests from individuals who would be keen to train and work as a CWP so that we can keep you updated with news on future training opportunities.

If you want to receive more information about the role please complete an expression of interest form here: bit.ly/2fwU91b

 

2 Responses

  1. I am a qualified counsellor/therapist working with adults, children and young people. I have a postgraduate certificate (level 7) in therapeutic play skills and a postgraduate foundation (level 7) certificate in systemic practice (Bath University).
    I am registering my interest in CWR recruitment.

  2. Karen Laver

    I would like to register my interest. I am an experienced family practitioner with a certificate in therapeutic play and have worked with children from ages 4 to 16.

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