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Beacon Family Services CIC, Closing date: 28 June 2024

As a therapeutic practitioner at Beacon Family Services, you will provide expert therapeutic support and training to support the emotional wellbeing of children and families. You will manage a caseload, providing individual, parent and child, or family support, therapeutic parenting guidance, and facilitating group sessions. Your work will focus on enhancing emotional health and supporting children's mental wellbeing. We want to hear from mental health practitioners, creative therapist.

We want to hear from mental health practitioners, creative therapists (drama, art, play) psychotherapists, counsellors and any professional with relevant experience of supporting children’s mental wellbeing.

Job Title: Therapeutic Practitioner
Location: Sutton Coldfield 
(Flexible working, including some WFH)

Hours: Up to 30 hours per week 
(flexible hours available, to be discussed with successful applicant)

Salary: £34,000 - £38,267 FTE
(Starting salary dependent on qualifications / accreditation / experience with clear career progression framework.)

25+ days annual leave plus an additional day on your birthday (and bank holidays)
Generous company pension scheme
Ongoing training and development, including practicums, with experienced therapists
Hybrid working set up allowance and IT support

About Us:

Established in 2018, Beacon Family Services is a not-for-profit, therapeutic family support agency in the West Midlands. We work with children, parents, carers, teachers, social workers, and other professionals.

Our grant-funded services make a real difference in the lives of children and families. They are designed to strengthen attachment relationships and address the social and mental health needs of children, especially those who have experienced trauma.

We believe in the power of relationships, authenticity, and inclusivity. Our fresh and impactful approach supports children and their families in building strong, secure relationships through creative and play-based therapies. We’re a friendly and supportive team dedicated to making a real difference.

Key Responsibilities:

- Build rapport with children and families, creating and implementing personalised treatment plans.
- Lead group programs and collaborate with colleagues from various professions.
- Develop and maintain relationships with our referral network.
- Participate in service delivery and development meetings.
- Support projects aimed at diverse groups, including refugees, adoptive families, and those with neurodivergent needs.
- Maintain accurate clinical records, adhering to confidentiality and safeguarding standards.
- Engage in regular clinical supervision and adhere to professional and organisational guidelines.

How to Apply

If you would like to apply please visit our website for more information and person specification. 

You will need to submit your CV and a covering letter, including your desired hours, and join us in making a positive difference in the lives of children and families. It can be sent you us using the below link. 

To discuss the role informally please contact our Director, Charlotte Jenkins on 0121 270 0591 or [email protected]

Closing date: 28th June, 2024