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THERAPEUTIC LEAD FOR THE CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S SERVICE

The female candidate will be joining an established team of therapists who are working with women and girls from the age of 5 to 18 who have suffered from any form of sexual violence in their lives.  We are looking for an experienced and qualified trauma informed therapist to join our team and manage the children and young people’s service which has been running successfully for the past 3 years.  The referrals have increased exponentially and we now need someone to manage the service.

You will be carrying our Risk Assessments, Client and Carer Consultations, developing resources and age appropriate assessment forms, ensuring that there is a minimum waiting list for children who should be seen as quickly as possible by the most suitable therapist, ensuring that they receive a professional service to help them recover from trauma.

You will be liaising with external statutory and non-statutory services to ensure a wrap around service for young clients and offer psychoeducational sessions for non-abusing parents and manage a small team of CYP therapists, plus having a small case load of clients yourself.

RASASC is based in an anonymous building in the centre of Croydon.

For an application pack please contact: admin@rasasc.org.uk
Closing date: 31st May 2019

For further information email info@rasasc.org.uk or call 0208 683 3311.

THERAPIST (specialising in working with children and young women from 5 to 18years)

We are looking for women who are qualified play therapists/counsellors to join our well established team working with children from age 5 to 18 who have survived sexual violence.  To apply you will need to have:

  • A Diploma in play therapy / counselling (or equivalent) with or working towards accreditation
  • A minimum of three years post qualification experience
  • Experience of working with survivors of sexual violence desirable but training will be given
  • Available to work at least one early evening a week and one day time session.

Accredited (OCN) Sexual Violence training will be given.  CPD is provided four times a year (funding permitting).  Bi-lingual counsellors most welcome.  If you enjoy working in a committed and passionate team of women we are looking for you.

For an application pack please contact: admin@rasasc.org.uk
Closing date: 31st May 2019

For further information email info@rasasc.org.uk or call 0208 683 3311.

CLINICAL SUPERVISOR

We are often looking for experienced counsellors & qualified clinical supervisors to join our well established team working with women who have survived sexual violence. To apply you will need to have:

  • Diploma in counselling Supervision with, or working towards accreditation
  • A minimum of two years post qualification experience
  • Experience of working with survivors of sexual violence
  • Availability to work at least one early evening a week.

Accredited Sexual Violence training, developed by Rape Crisis is provided. CPD is given four times a year (funding permitting).  Bi-lingual counsellors are most welcome.   If you enjoy working in a committed team of women please call or email us for further information.

admin@rasasc.org.uk or 0208 683 3311

VOLUNTEER WITH US

COUNSELLORS 

We are often looking for volunteer counsellors in their second year of training or newly qualified for supervised placements.

If you enjoy working in a committed team of women please call or email us for further information.

admin@rasasc.org.uk or 0208 683 3311

ADMINISTRATION

We have a range of volunteer opportunities from assisting with campaigning, to general office administration. To enquire please contact info@rasasc.org.uk, stating your skills and experience, the amount of hours per week you are able to volunteer and the area you wish to volunteer in. We will get in touch if we have an opportunity for you.

RASASC is committed to promoting equality and diversity. Applications are welcomed from all sections of the community. Applications will be accepted from women only under Schedule 9, part 1 of the Equality Act 2010

 

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