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Complementary Therapist - Milestones Hospital, Norwich
Hours of Work: 20 hours per week. Salary: £15,615.60 - £18,577 per annum pro-rata
Milestones is an innovative, 10 bedded independent psychiatric hospital providing an intensive programme of treatment and care for women. We have developed an integrated team of nursing, medical, psychology, complementary therapists and support staff who work together to achieve therapeutic goals negotiated with the patients.
We are a close-knit, highly professional team providing treatment and care to women with complex needs. If you feel that you have the qualities to make a difference to people with severe mental health problems please contact us.
Milestones offers the opportunity to integrate medical, psychological and psychotherapeutic interventions with a wide range of complementary therapies. This is popular and effective with our service users and is consistent with our philosophy of maximising choice in the planning of programmes of treatment and care. All Complimentary Therapists applying for this post
The post holder will take responsibility for the delivery and evaluation of complementary therapies to patients and will be active in communicating with other disciplines within the Team, ensuring transfer of clinical information in accordance with the requirements of the Care Programme Approach.
The post holder will provide a range of Complementary Therapies to patients on a booking system, working to maximise the effective use of resources and to deliver treatment and care in an environment that is conducive to healing and recovery.
The post holder will be expected to act and practice always within the framework of the Complementary Therapies Association and its’ supplementary guidance.
Please call our Office Administrator, Linda Youngman on 01603 782200 for an application pack.
Closing date for applications: 26 August 2016
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