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Posted in General by Rosemarie Lynass

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I would like to offer six sessions of supervision at the reduced rate of £10 per hour (to cover my expenses). I have recently completed the taught element of a COSCA supervision course but am required to complete additional supervisee hours before completing the final element of this training. I have more than ten years experience as a person-centred counsellor and am a registered accredited member of the BACP. More recently I also qulaified as a counselling psychologist. I have four years previous experience of mentoring trainee counsellors in a work context and I aim to offer supervision which is grounded in person-centred principles and is flexible enough to meet the needs of the individual supervisee. I am available on Fridays and work from an office in the southside of Glasgow. Please feel free to contact me by phone or email for further enquiries.

Posted in Jobs by Catherine Cowie

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Pay Rate: £43.00 per hour
Glasgow City Centre Campus

As a part-time tutor you will contribute to student learning through facilitation of training, effective processing of assignments and the provision of feedback to students on our Part-time Postgraduate Diploma in Person-Centred Counselling courses.

You will have a degree and a Post Graduate Diploma in Person-Centred Counselling or equivalent, substantial experience of Person-Centred Counselling as a practitioner and experience of teaching/ training in a professional/educational context. You will also have a certificate in Person-Centred supervision and be eligible for inclusion in our list of supervisors.

The post holder is due to start on 21 September 2015.


All CVs to be sent to Suzanne Kuboyama, School of Psychological Sciences and Health, University of Strathclyde, Rm GH676, Graham Hills Building, 40 George Street, Glasgow, G1 1QE Tel: 0141 548 4471 via email to hass-courses-psh@strath.ac.uk

Application closing date: 04 September 2015

Interview Date: 14 September 2015


Flyer attached below

Posted in Jobs by Catherine Cowie

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5 days (36¼ hours per week)

Salary – £23,936 to £29,740 per annum
(Points AP27 to AP34)

Non Contributory Pension Scheme -7.2% Employer Contribution

West Lothian Drug & Alcohol Service is a well-established 3rd sector organisation delivering high quality counselling, support and education in the fields of alcohol, drug and tobacco throughout West Lothian.

We are pleased to be able to expand our existing services to young people by offering a counselling service to support those who are having significant difficulties in dealing with bereavement caused by sudden loss. Although primarily for young people, this will involve working with family members, as appropriate.

We are looking for a skilled counsellor with a background in working with young people experiencing, loss or trauma. The successful applicant will have an excellent understanding of current issues relating to young people including Child Protection guidance and will be able to work closely with partner agencies.

This is a full time 3 year fixed term post funded by Children in Need and involves offering a counselling service across West Lothian in a range of settings. WLDAS is COSCA registered.

For further information about the post contact:

Heather Watson, Deputy Manager on 01506 446648 or
Fiona Brown Senior Project Worker on 01506 446657

Application Form, Job Description and Person Specification can be downloaded from The Big Issue or Good Moves websites, or by contacting Janette Kerr, HR Administrator on 01506 430225/janette.kerr@wldas.org

Closing Date for receipt of completed applications: Monday, 31st August, 2015 – 5:00pm

Formal Interviews will be held on: Thursday, 17th September, 2015

Completed applications can either be e-mailed to janette.kerr@wldas.org or posted to Janette Kerr, HR Administrator, West Lothian Drug & Alcohol Service, Floor 1, The Almondbank Centre, Shiel Walk, Craigshill, Livingston, EH54 5EH – Website: www.wldas.com

Posted in Jobs by Catherine Cowie

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The University of Stirling is currently seeking to appoint two clinical counselling placement posts which will commence in October 2015.
We are looking for one Trainee and one Associate Counsellor who would value the opportunity to gain experience in a professional setting and to accumulate additional counselling hours.
The post holders will form part of the Counselling and Wellbeing team which sits within Student Guidance and Wellbeing within Student Support Services (SSS), a division of Student, Academic and Corporate Services (SACS).
The Counselling and Wellbeing team offers counselling to students with personal and emotional issues.
The University Counselling Service normally does not recruit trainee counsellors currently studying on the University of Stirling's counselling course.
For more specific details, see the link included in this advert.
If you are interested, please email your CV and a covering letter, including the details of two referees, to us in electronic format via email (studentsupport@stir.ac.uk) or by post to:
Student Support Services
University of Stirling
Stirling
FK9 4LA
Scotland, UK
Closing date - 26th August
Informal interviews – week commencing 7th September
Placement start date - flexible

Posted in PCT Scotland by Catherine Cowie

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Consultation about what PCT Scotland could offer to support members as practitioners had "Support with the BACP Accreditation process" coming high on the list. Your Coordinating Group is therefore delighted to announce that it has arranged with Mairi McMenamin to offer a two-part workshop on "Getting Ready for BAP Accreditation", with fully funded places available to PCT Scotland members.

•Fully funded places available only to PCT Scotland members
•A maximum of ten participants per two-part workshop - first to express interest, first served!
•Dates to be confirmed, but it is intended that Part 1 will take place in October 2015, and Part 2 in December 2015.
•A further pair of workshops may be offered in Spring 2016
•Glasgow location

The two-part workshop should help participants understand what they need to consider when applying for BACP accreditation (Part 1) then to reflect on their application prior to submission (Part 2). A 'coaching' approach will be used. There will be approximately two months between the two sessions to give participants ample time to apply what they've learned to their own Application for Accreditation.

Mairi is a person-centred therapist, supervisor and trainer and an accredited member of BACP. She has experience in offering Accreditation Workshops and supporting practitioners through the accreditation process.

If you are interseted in finding out more or would like to secure a place on the October/December workshop please e-mail Caroline Hickson on secretary@pctscotland.co.uk. Finalised dates/venue will be notified as soon as they are confirmed.

Posted in Jobs by David Gibson

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We have exciting counsellor vacancies in our 24–hour central Glasgow office.

We are looking for counsellors to join our growing and developing team who are either accredited
or who hold a diploma in counselling and are a member of BACP, UKCP or COSCA.

Your role will be working with our clients over the telephone.

We have various shifts to cover and will require you to work some overnights.

Send your CV and covering letter to opportunity@validium.com

Posted in Notices by Catherine Cowie

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Here's your 2015 Summer Newsletter. Editor Nicola Henderson has pulled together an edition that is both thought-provoking and gets to the heart of what PCT Scotland is and is about. Look out too for a separate e-mail coming your way with your personal copy Enjoy!

Posted in Jobs by David Gibson

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CALLING ALL COUNSELLORS - COME AND WORK WITH US!
Are you a qualified counsellor with experience of working with people who are newly bereaved?
Do you have an awareness of drug and alcohol use?
Scottish Families have launched a new service supporting family members who have lost a loved one as a result of a drugs related death. We are offering early intervention support of up to 6 sessions of counselling and are looking for suitably qualified counsellors to join our network.

What is required?
You would need to be a member of a registered professional body (ie BACP)
Have professional indemnity insurance in place
Have suitable premises to work from

Contact - Karin Figlioni
Email - karin@sfad.org.uk
Phone - 0141 221 0544
The website link is
http://sfad.org.uk/get-involved/bereavement-counsellors

Posted in PCT Scotland by Catherine Cowie

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Dates for your diary . . .

PCT Scotland is a member-driven organisation, and the best way for members to actively engage with the PCT Scotland community is face-to-face at meetings and gatherings! The Coordinating Group has planned a schedule of opportunities for us to be together and to act collectively during 2015/16. To give members the best possible chance of making it to these meetings the dates, times and venues are being announced now (see attached document).

MEETING TYPE TIME VENUE
19th Sept 2015 Special General Meeting 13:30 - 14:30 Renfield Centre
19th Sept 2015 CG 15:00 - 16:30 Renfield Centre
17th Oct 2015 CG 09:30 - 12:30 Tom Allan Centre
7th Nov 2015 Autumn Gathering 14:00 - 17:00 Renfield Centre
16th Jan 2016 CG 09:30 - 12:30 Tom Allan Centre
12th March 2015 CG 09:30 - 12:30 Tom Allan Centre
14th May 2015 Annual General Meeting 12:30 - 14:30 Renfield Centre





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