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Posted in Notices by annette cooper

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KASP supports adult survivors of child sexual abuse throughout Fife to eliminate the debilitating effect that the abuse can have on their lives.
We currently require committee members to be co-opted onto our management committee to increase the numbers and skill diversity of our current group of Trustees.

Members meet on Monday evenings (5.15pm) in our Kirkcaldy office every 6 weeks and for time limited task oriented sub groups. Travel expenses are reimbursed.

We are looking for the committee as a whole to incorporate the following skills: managing people, finance, quality, strategic planning, legal requirements, information technology, equalities, monitoring and evaluation, marketing and promotion and voluntary sector service provision. If you have skills and knowledge in any of these areas and are interested in finding out more please get in touch.

Manager: Neil Munro/Alison Brown

Kingdom Abuse Survivors Project
38-40 High Street

Kirkcaldy Office Tel: 01592 644217

manager@kasp.org.uk or

Fax: 01592 644217

Posted in General by annette cooper

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Local Network Gathering

Join us on Monday 5th June 2017 in Elgin (12 - 1:30pm) Venue: Dr Grey’s Hospital, Dunbarney House, Elgin, IV30 1SN

Voluntary Sector Research Network (VSRN) are planning a series of events this year to network with those who are interested in research within the voluntary sector. Our first is on the 5th June in Elgin, Moray and I am attaching a poster with all the details. It would be great if you, as interested partners could share this with others, and/or if you are near to come along.
Also, if you are interested in holding a networking event in your area please get in touch, we would love to hear from you

Interested … then please email our local organiser Patricia Joyce at patriciajoyce225@btinternet.com letting her know your name and your interest in the event.

Posted in General by Elizabeth Riddell

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LGBT Health & Wellbeing are currently setting up a counselling service as part of our new Mental Wellbeing Project in Glasgow.

We are looking for 3 volunteer counsellors who can offer 2-3 client hours a week beginning in August. In exchange we offer monthly group supervision, training, travel expenses and a monthly contribution towards external supervision.

Closing date for application is Monday 19th June.

Download the role description for full details or contact Elizabeth at elizabeth@lgbthealth.org.uk or call 0141 271 2330.

Posted in Jobs by annette cooper

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Rowan Consultancy are currently advertising for a sessional COSCA Counselling Skills trainer delivering in Perth.

Please contact Rowan consultancy directly - Annette

Posted in Jobs by Bobby Dunn

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Clydesdale Counselling Project (CCHDP) has a vacancy for an experienced person-centred counsellor to work with our team on a part-time basis.

Counselling takes place at our base in Carluke and at other locations in Lanarkshire.

Applicants should hold a Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling, or equivalent and be accredited or working towards accreditation.

Experience of working with children and young people would be an advantage.

Further information about us can be found at www.clydesdale.counselling.co.uk.

If you have any questions about this vacancy please contact Bobby Dunn, Secretary, 07752 569401 secretary@clydesdale.counselling.co.uk

Letters of application, with a current CV should be sent to secretary@clydesdale.counselling.co.uk by Friday 2 June 2017.

Posted in Notices by annette cooper

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Just saw this notice and thought it might be of use to someone.

Please do not contact me - click the link.


Posted in Research by Ryan Dawes

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*Department of Psychology, University of Roehampton, London
Funding for: UK Students, EU Students, International Students
Hours: Full Time

*'60% of bereaved people experience the continued presence of a deceased other through voices, visions or other means (ECPs; Castelnovo et al., 2015; Rees, 1971). While many find ECPs reassuring, a significant minority, around 30%, find their ECPs distressing and unwanted (Hayes & Leudar, 2016; Tyson-Rawson, 1996). The needs of these people are not well met by professionals – with 80% of bereaved clients reporting dissatisfaction, saying they did not feel understood or felt dismissed (Taylor, 2005).'

*'The student will explore professionals’ reactions to ECPs and help in developing humanistic therapy for unwelcome ECPs.'

Posted in General by Linda Ramsay

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Counselling rooms available to rent in central Paisley
Well situated for local trains and buses, plus on street parking
Rooms can be rented per hour or a full day or half day can be reserved for your use only
Please give me a call for details or email me on linda.ramsayirvine@outlook.com

Posted in PCT Scotland by Audrey Smith

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Quiet Waters in Falkirk is looking to take on both qualified and trainee counsellors, as well as a volunteer treasurer to join the Boad of Trustees.
For more information go to https://www.quiet-waters.org/news/current-vacancies

Posted in Jobs by Audrey Smith

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Post of Practice Manager at Quiet Waters in Falkirk. 18 hours per week. Salary negotiable.

More details at https://www.quiet-waters.org/news/current-vacancies
or, call the office on 01324 630643 and ask for Audrey Smith, or email audrey@quiet-waters.org.
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