28 July 2023
29.5 hours per week, to be worked flexibly
£20,480 per year (£25,687 full time equivalent)
Remote with some travel around Leicester, Leicestershire, and Rutland
Coventry and Warwickshire Mind – supported self help practitioner
About the role
Supported self help (previously called active monitoring) is an early intervention service, developed by Mind and designed to improve the mental health and wellbeing of adults.
It's a guided self-help programme run by trained mental health practitioners. The service supports people to develop strategies to manage their health and wellbeing.
Beneficiaries go to an introductory meeting with the practitioner, where they discuss the support they need and whether supported self help is right for them.
They then choose one of 7 pathways, including:
- Anxiety and panic attacks
- Low mood
- Low self-esteem
- Grief and loss
- Feeling alone
- Managing anger.
They'll have 5 sessions to work through their pathway. Then together, you'll create a toolkit of resources to support them.
- Manage a caseload of clients
- Help people to overcome early signs of mental health distress, such as anxiety, depression and stress
- Refer people to higher levels of intervention and signpost to other services
- Work positively with clients and promote general aspects of wellbeing
- Maintain records of clients’ personal data and wellbeing outcomes
How to apply
Information sessions for this post will be held on Microsoft Teams at:
- Tuesday 18 July from 12-1pm
- Wednesday 19 July from 6-7pm
To register for a session, please email [email protected].
For more information and to apply, click apply now at the top of this page.