The main responsibilities include:
Providing one to one counselling to young people 16-25 in the care system or leaving care
Completing assessment tools
Maintaining appropriate paperwork and confidentiality
To provide counselling to vulnerable young people to improve their outcomes
Assessing referrals that are received and identify needs.
Identifying what level of support is needed.
Providing therapeutic counselling to clients
Support with reports for funders and partners.
Ensuring that clients understand the service and are competent to consent to engage with
counselling in line with Fraser Guidelines.
Maintaining appropriate records of counselling in line with legal ethical and organisational
Communicating and liaising with other agencies within the limitations of the role and
Encouraging and engaging with the client’s family where appropriate, e.g. to facilitate
attendance at appointments.
Maintaining professional membership, insurance and practice in accordance with the ethical
framework of a professional body including the participation in regular supervision and CPD.
- £24,000 – £28,000 yearly
Charity • 11-50 Employees
Hiring with us since May, 2021
YG’s vision is for young people to have the confidence motivation and skills to improve their lives. We work to achieve this vision by creating opportunities that educate, inform and inspire.