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Honorary Counsellors (Female Applicants Only)

Position
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Women and Girls Network (WGN) is a specialist organisation leading in developing and delivering innovative and effective services for women and girls who have experienced all forms of gender-based violence. Our aim is to ensure proactive development of specialist services that meet the needs of all the women and girls who access them. 

We seek practitioners to join our outstanding therapeutic services and who will thrive in a multi-cultural feminist environment. 

Usually our counselling services are provided in person across London, however at present all our services are being provided remotely (online and telephone) - this is subject to change.

We offer a unique development opportunity for Honorary Counsellors in this specialist field. As well as the opportunity to make a difference to survivor’s lives, Honorary Counsellors gain valuable experience within London’s violence against women and girls sector and join a team of committed and passionate women supporting survivors and working hard to end gender-based violence.

We provide regular one to one and group supervision, access to accredited training courses and a continuous professional development programme.

We are now accepting applications on a continuous basis, for placements which are currently anticipated to start in October / November 2020.

Applicants who are invited to interview are required to provide original evidence of their clinical qualifications.

Applicants who are successful at the application and interview stages will also be required to attend and pass 4 days of compulsory Induction Training, plus one day of clinical training (dates to be confirmed).

These posts are subject to satisfactory references and DBS checks.

Closing date

WGN is an equal opportunities employer. Posts are exempt under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, Part 1.

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