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Clinical Psychologist (HERTS16)

Reference: HERTS16 / Region: Hertfordshire

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Come Grow with Us

New: Practitioner Psychologists in Pain Management

Connect Health is the largest specialised independent provider of community musculoskeletal (MSK) services in the UK, serving over 250k NHS patients per year and 75 businesses. Our Pain Services provide specialist input for people with complex chronic pain presentations. We deliver evidence-based individual and group interventions to adults with persistent pain, using an MDT approach.

‘If we don’t consider our key stakeholders, patients, tax payers and our colleagues, when making decisions then we have failed’ – Andrew Walton Exec Chair

We are dedicated to delivering the highest level of patient care, in the most efficient and cost-effective way, with re-investment to ensure services are sustainable.

This is a very exciting time for us as we continue to grow and develop our MDT pain management services across the UK. You will join our team of Psychologists and Physiotherapists. At Connect we are passionate about delivering timely, effective pain management intervention that improves the quality of life for people living with persistent pain.

We’re looking for HCPC registered Clinical, Health or Counselling Psychologists with experience in Clinical Health.  You will be passionate about the delivery of high quality psychological services in Pain, will have experience of working within a clinical health setting delivering individual and group interventions, and will have good knowledge of the current evidence base in relation to psychological approaches to pain management.

Working alongside all our clinical roles within the Pain Services, you will be key in implementing our specialist Pain Management Programme. We are particularly keen to recruit creative, innovative psychologists who can help to shape foundations for exceptional care both locally and nationally.

You will provide advice and consultation on psychological aspects of pain management to other health professionals and support other clinical team members who provide care based on psychological theories and principles.

Developing and promoting a positive and dynamic image and culture, you will be key in fostering productive relationships with key stakeholders such as local Consultants and GP’s and provide support and training to other clinical staff and students.

We are flexible so happy to consider full time or part time applications.

You will receive regular clinical supervision from a Clinical Psychologist and you will have access to a range of CPD opportunities.

If you would like to discuss this opportunity then please email Dr Sophie Gwinnett, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, at, Alice Morgan Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner in Pain Management at or email your CV to

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