Mental Health Support - Psychology Graduate - Maidenhead

Job Overview

Location
Maidenhead, England
Job Type
Full Time
Salary
£65 - £80 Per Day
Date Posted
13 days ago

Additional Details

Job ID
317861
Job Views
7

Job Description

Mental Health Support Assistant - Maidenhead Specialist Academy - Autism, ADHD, and ASD specialist training - Aspiring Clinical Psychologist

  • Do you have the resilience, compassion, and patience to support young people in crisis?
  • Would you like to work in top of the line facilities providing restorative practices and creative therapies to improve social, emotional, and mental health traumas?
  • Have you got a real desire to train and work alongside occupational therapists, clinical psychologists, and Speech + Language Therapists?

Psychology graduates wanted - similar subjects will be considered!

This Special Free School for children and young people with a primary diagnosis of autism, based in Maidenhead are looking for a psychology graduate (similar subjects desirable) to join their team as a Mental Health Support Assistant. The school has been open since 2015, and currently caters to 62 pupils between 4 and 16 years old, all with moderate to severe Autism and paired Complex Needs.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an aspiring psychologist or therapist to gain valuable experience shadowing seasoned professionals from a wide array of sectors across psychology, such as speech + language therapists, occupational therapists, and clinical psychologists. You will receive industry leading training across the range of strategies and therapies needed to support autistic students. You will get to engage directly in providing positive therapies in 1:1 and small group sessions, with opportunities to grow your responsibilities into lesson leading sessions as your confidence grows.

The Role:

  • Mental Health Support Assistant.
  • Maidenhead
  • Special Free School.
  • Social, Emotional, and Mental Health Specialist.
  • Maximum of 8 pupils per class
  • 96 pupils at capacity in 2021/22
  • National curriculum - modified to suit the individual needs of each child/young person
  • Individual plans for each pupil setting targets and monitoring achievements in Behaviour, Academic work, Social and Life Skills and Enrichment activities
  • Baseline adult to pupil ratio of 1:2
  • Access to OT, SaLT and Positive Behaviourists (Qualified ABA/VB analysts) with autism specific qualifications from opening, with all professionals being full-time by 2022

If you would like to make a difference to those students who need it most, then make a note of your objectives, and send across your CV either through this advert, or directly to

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