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At Help for Heroes, we believe those who serve our country deserve support when they
are wounded. Every day, men and women have to leave their career in the Armed Forces
as a result of physical or psychological wounds; their lives changed forever. We
help them, and those still serving, to recover and get on with their lives. We give
them physical, psychological, financial and welfare support for as long as they
need it. We also support their families, because they too can be affected by their
loved one’s wounds.
We receive almost no funding from the Government, which means we rely on the spirit
and generosity of the great British public, our partners and volunteers to keep
going. Rest assured, we continue to put pressure on the Government to do more.
So far, with your help, we have supported more than 25,000 people, but we know that
many more still need us. We won’t stop until every wounded veteran gets the
support they deserve.
We have an incredible opportunity for a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner to join
our Team in Phoenix House Recovery Centre, Catterick (remote at least until end
of October 2020) on an FTC basis. Please see below for more information on what
just might be your future role.
Do you have a BSc in Applied Psychology ideally in a clinical setting and have completed
basic psychological wellbeing practitioner training? Do you also hold a post graduate
certificate in evidence-based practice? If you are also a strong communicator with
excellent people skills working with clients from a range of backgrounds and are
excellent in supporting patients using low intensity CBT practices this is the role
About the Role
Within this role you would get a chance to support our wounded, injured and sick
veterans through low intensity CBT in a safe, effective and efficient manner, to
lead active, independent and fulfilling lives. This role works within the Step 2
“Hidden Wounds” Framework providing support to veterans both face to
face and over the phone and includes caseload management.
About the Team
Our Psychological Wellbeing Team is pivotal to delivering our mission to support
wounded, injured and sick veterans, their families and championing mental health.
Our services are delivered nationally throughout our centres and you will be joining
a Team of multidisciplined experts within the field of veteran mental health support
where collaboration and following our framework standards are key to our success.
If you have any questions about the role or need further information please do not
hesitate to contact us via email to
To apply please visit our
Applications close 06 September 2020.
Salary: £26,123 – £32,581 per annum