Clinical Psychologist - brain injury specialism

£31000 - £41000 per annum + pension scheme
Feb 02, 2018
Mar 02, 2018
Helen McKissick
Jobseeker Type
Organization Type
Clinical Practice
Contract Type
Full Time
Are you a Clinical Psychologist fascinated by the human brain and neuropsychology?

My client is dedicatied to rehabilitation and therapy for adolescents and adults with brain injuries and other complex neurological disorders. This means you'll be able to specialise in your area of expertise and progress your career!

You'll be highly valued for your:

- neuropsychological assessment, cognitive rehabilitation and approaches for managing challenging behaviour

- evidence-based care for your patients and their families, helping them move forward in their lives

- advice, training and consultancy to a multi-disciplinary team

You'll need:

- a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (HCPC registered)

- experience in neuropsychology and neurological disorders

- enhanced DBS check (we can assist you with this)

To apply:

Call Helen McKissick on 0207 940 2749 ext 3415 or send your CV in word format to

Not quite what you're looking for? Contact Helen to find out about other interesting Clinical Psychologist opportunities in your area!

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