We are an online therapy service providing live video consultations to both private clients and those accessing our service through partners. The majority of our work is CBT and counselling, although we are a growing service and are continually looking to add other types of therapy to our provision.
At Mynurva, we strive to ensure that everyone who needs support with their mental health has the opportunity to access it, without long waiting lists or rigid discharge targets. Our focus is providing client-led care; we trust our clinicians to create and deliver treatment plans drawing in multiple modalities and skillsets. We work flexibly and avoid ‘tick box’ exercises – we’re here to help people and try to remove the barriers to doing so effectively.
We work with partners across the private sector, charities, universities, EAPs, and the NHS who refer clients to us either through a triaged pathway or via a self-referral link. We work solely with adults.
This role offers a great opportunity to join a quickly growing company in a permanent role, with the potential to increase hours to a full time role in the future. The role would primarily be split between supervision and duty support, and clinical hours.
This role would suit a self-starter: we are constantly growing and improving. We encourage our team to get involved in the development of new ideas and ways of working and to take the initiative on new projects. As we are a small team, we also ask that everyone pitches in with the tasks that need doing – this will range from day to day, and may include working with the tech team to provide clinical input on our product, creating and reviewing self-help resources, providing admin and customer service report.
You would work closely with the Operations Manager and the Clinical Lead Team.
- Supportive team environment
- Professional Indemnity Insurance
- 33 days holiday including bank holidays, pro rata
- Remote working, with the opportunity to work in a London-based office 2-3 days a week within the next 6 months
- Laptop and mobile phone set up
- Provision of clinical care via counselling and CBT modalities. This would include a mixture of Step 2 and Step 3 care. This would include both assessment and treatment sessions
- Provision of supervision for our counsellors
- Participate in peer supervision with other CBT therapists where appropriate
- Act as part of the Duty Cover rota supporting effective decision making and managing high risk or safeguarding issues in line with our protocols
- Lead training sessions within your area of expertise and based on the needs of the company and therapist team
- Support development of junior clinicians with both clinical and organisational task
- Keep up to date and concise clinical records in line with GDPR compliance, and maintain good clinical note keeping independently
- Complete all data collection requirements within the day of seeing the client, and efficiently, routinely, outcome all your appointments on the day they are conducted
- Ensure maintenance of standard of practice according to Mynurva and any regulating bodies and keeping up to date with new recommendations or guidelines set for therapy (including NICE and BABCP guidelines)
- Support our tech development with clinical input on requirements for therapists and for the delivery of safe, effective care
- Pitch in on admin and customer service tasks
• Qualification from High Intensity IAPT Course (Post Graduate Diploma) or other Post Graduate CBT training course.
• Counselling Diploma
• Safeguarding trained to at least level 3 for both Children and Adults
• Certificate in Supervision
• Enhanced DBS
• Ongoing Professional Development Courses
• Experience in supervision of counsellors
• Experience acting as point of escalation out of hours
• Understanding of anxiety disorders, depression, anger, PTSD, bereavement and addiction, and they may present in Primary Care.
• Understanding and use of the MDS and ADSM where appropriate.
• Ability to plan and deliver remote training sessions to counsellors
• Experience within the private sector, non-IAPT settings, working with EAPs or universities is desirable.
• Experience in conducting assessments and decision-making regarding treatment planning.
• Excellent verbal communication skills via telephone and video.
• Excellent written communication skills and ability to write concise reports or letters.
• Calm and thorough approach to issues of clinical risk or safeguarding.
• Computer literate, able to work with new systems easily.
• Ability to work remotely.
• Independent, and able to make clinical decisions based on your clinical assessment and judgement.
• A team player
• Able to work in a high-pressure environment with clients who may be challenging in their behaviours.
• Able to work closely with therapists with a combination of high expectations and empathy
• Self-reflective in professional development and own personal response to situations in supervision.
• Able to work with emotionally charged situations.
• High level of enthusiasm.
Additional details: any candidate must have access to reliable internet able to maintain a video connection. All candidates must have the right to work in the UK.