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Current Job Opportunities

Counselling Coordinators

The Source Young People’s Charity provides counselling, therapeutic mentoring, mentoring and other support to young people 14-25. They are looking for qualified and experienced counsellors to oversee this work.

To be eligible you will need to have a recognised counselling qualification, and be registered with an accredited register of counsellors/psychotherapists (for example the ACC, BACP, NCS, UKCP etc). Preferably you will have a supervision qualification, but they are willing to help with this if you have relevant experience. They are a faith-based Christian charity, with strong links to local churches, so being a Christian is a genuine occupational requirement for these posts. See details here. For more information, request an application pack from To discuss the roles, contact Services Delivery Manager, Alan Hilliar, on 01252 333330, or request a call-back from the Chair of Trustees, Dr Jos Johnston.

They expect to start interviews in the week of 18th October.

Sevenoaks Counselling – Self employed Therapists

Due to the retirement of two longstanding team members, we are looking for self-employed therapists to join our supportive therapy team.
There is a particular need for therapists with expertise working with adults plus couples and/or children & young people.
We are looking for experienced therapists ACC/BACP/ UKCP members or equivalent, accredited or working towards accreditation status. Applications are welcomed from counsellors, psychotherapists, counselling psychologists, family therapists and play therapists. For further information and how to apply click here.



NHS England and Improvement and Health Education England are offering new opportunities for the above roles with the required experience, qualifications and accreditation to work in the NHS IAPT services. For further information, job description and how to apply, please click here


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