Clinical Psychologist – CBT/EMDR Specialist

Are you a motivated and compassionate Clinical Psychologist committed to providing a positive culture of care?

We are looking for a Clinical Psychologist with extensive experience in CBT and/ or EMDR to join our diverse multidisciplinary team.  

You will work closely with our clinical team in providing interventions to individuals experiencing a wide range of difficulties including trauma, anxiety, depression, sexual, physical and emotional abuse, school difficulties, parental and sibling problems, self-esteem, OCD, LGBTQ+ issues and more. 
You will ideally have experience in either the NHS or private practice delivering specialist interventions, training,  consultation and supervision, and will be responsible for driving and delivering high-quality assessments, therapy and evaluations.  

Required qualifications and experience:

Professional doctorate qualification in Clinical PsychologyHCPC RegistrationAccredited CBT or EMDR therapistSignificant post-qualification clinical experience in a mental health practiceExcellent communication skillsAbility to work as part of a multidisciplinary teamLegal right to work in the UKEnhanced DBS check – less than three years oldEvidence of Indemnity Insurance

Much of our work is currently conducted remotely. However, where face to face appointments are required, you will also have access to one of our many comfortable and spacious consulting rooms from a number of our clinics throughout the UK.

The role is varied, constantly evolving, and our multidisciplinary team will always ensure you feel valued and supported. You will receive regular supervision and in-house CPD to facilitate informed and creative practice and support your career development.


Competitive salaryCPD support and trainingClinical supervision​Contributory pension scheme25 days annual leave plus bank holiday (increasing with service to 28 days) plus your birthday as a holiday!​Sick payMore than just a laptop – we offer all the IT equipment you will need to set up your working environmentEmployee Assistance Programme

We also offer the opportunity to support the business with its wider mental health agenda by speaking in webinars, contributing to media projects and assisting in editorial activities.

We have opportunities for full-time or part-time employment or consultancy work available, if you would like an informal discussion to find out more about the role prior to applying please contact the recruitment team at

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