This exciting new role will lead the development of a new practice framework for YoungMinds services.
You will work closely with our team of expert practitioners to ensure our work at YoungMinds, initially focussing on training and consultancy work, is governed by a practice model that is evidence-based, clinically-informed and quality-assured. We also aim for this framework to provide space for utilising the unique insight and creativity of the practitioners in our team, and the children, young people and families we work with.
You will have a background in one or more of the following: applied mental health research, practice change in a field associated with children and young people’s mental health (i.e. mental health, social work, nursing, education, etc.), or professional governance and standards (i.e. for a mental health-related professional registration body). You must be comfortable with reviewing and synthesising theoretical and practice insights and recommendations from a wide range of academic, clinical and practice fields related to children and young people’s mental health.
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