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Clinical Psychologist (HERTS16)

Reference: HERTS16 / Region: East of England, Hertfordshire

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New: Clinical Psychologist

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.

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

What are we looking for?

We are seeking an experienced HCPC registered Clinical Psychologist to deliver psychological assessment and intervention to people affected by persistent pain and chronic fatigue in Herts. Previous experiences in working in Clinical Health Psychology would be an advantage. We are flexible so happy to consider full time or part time applications. You will join an enthusiastic and dynamic multidisciplinary team and will be supported by a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and an Advanced Practitioner Physiotherapist in Pain Management.

What does the role involve?

This is a very exciting time for us as we deliver new Pain and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome services across the Herts Valleys area in and around Hemel Hempstead, St Albans, Watford and Hertsmere. Our specialist multidisciplinary team is key to our delivery and will include the following team members; Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioners, Psychologists and Consultant/GPwSI.

The role will involve working within the multidisciplinary team to develop and implement a persistent pain and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome service pathway. The postholder will offer individual assessments, one-to-one therapeutic work and will be involved in the delivery of  our evidence-based Pain and Chronic Fatigue Management Programme. You will provide supervision, training and consultation on psychological aspects of pain management to other health professionals and to members of the MDT.

We are keen to  develop and promote a positive and dynamic culture within pain services, and you will be key in fostering productive relationships with key stakeholders and referrers.

If you would like to discuss this opportunity or arrange an informal visit then please contact: Alice Morgan, Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner, or Dr Sophie Gwinnett, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, or email your CV to

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