Notices

7 results - showing 1 - 7
 
 

Posted in Jobs by Alison Barr

Notice details

Notice
We are looking for a voluntary psychology-themed blog writer.

The blog provides a free service to the general public, offering education and advice on issues such as anxiety, depression, suicide, self-harm, addiction and more.

For full details please visit:
http://www.thegreenrooms.net/about-us-2/jobs/

Posted in Jobs by Alison Barr

Notice details

Notice
We are looking for counsellors to work with us on a voluntary sessional basis. Please follow the weblink for more details.
http://www.thegreenrooms.net/about-us-2/jobs/

Posted in Jobs by Alison Barr

Notice details

Notice
We are looking for counsellors to work with us on a paid sessional basis. Please follow the weblink for more details.
http://www.thegreenrooms.net/about-us-2/jobs/

Posted in Notices by Catherine Cowie

Notice details

Notice
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 PCT Scotland by Catherine Cowie

Notice details

Notice
It's part of what you get by being a member! PCT Scotland members are entitled to advertise events or place notices here that will then be sent out via our regular e-bulletin to all PCT Scotland members. It's actually quite an easy thing to do - log in, click 'Notices' or 'Events', and up will come an online form to fill in. However, if you'd like a bit of a hand with that, you can download, complete and submit the form to be found under 'Documents - Membership - Membership Listing Application', and a coordinating group member will upload your information for you. If what your listing concerns doesn't involve you receiving money from your respondents, then your listing is free, otherwise you'll be asked to pay a small fee.

Posted in Jobs by David Gibson

Notice details

Notice
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

Notice details

Notice
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).
7 results - showing 1 - 7
 
 
Powered by JReviews