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Associate Clinical Psychologists

Interested in Joining Us as an Associate Clinical Psychologist?

If you are a qualified HCPC Registered Clinical Psychologist, properly accredited and interested in offering some private work hours, do consider joining us.

Associate Clinical Psychologist Positions

We are currently seeking Clinical Psychologists whose offer/special interests complements or builds on our existing service provision. 

We are particularly looking for those with good experience, interested in achieving excellent outcomes and a high-quality experience for those we serve.

We are a small supportive set-up, each working as independent practitioners, who believe that people should enjoy their work and have access to expertise and support when needed.

What Does the Role Involve?

  • Client work: We offer remote and in person therapy helping people across the UK. If you want to be matched up with clients when you have a vacancy, get in touch. You can offer as many or as few hours as you wish, remote and/or in person. Let’s see if we can work together. We look forward to hearing from you.
    Use the contact us page.

If you are interested, you could also offer:

  • Clinical supervision, consultation and mentoring to other professionals.
    See the supervision page.
  • Bespoke staff training to organisations.
    See training page
  • Organisational interventions to improve staff relations and functioning.
    See the organisational page.
  • Medico-legal psychology assessments and reports, including personal injury psychology reports and therapy, court-mandated therapy, and therapy at the request of Social Services.
    See the medico-legal page.

If you are not familiar with us and your first contact with us is online, do look through the “about us” page. We would be pleased to hear from you.

Please let us know what your needs and questions are and we will be more than happy to help.

Contact: Associate Clinical Psychologist Jobs

Our associates are part of our network group. Associates are not employed by us; working clinically as independent practitioner Psychologists. We provide client referrals, CPD, support and consultation as needed, including guidance and support in transitioning to seeing private clients (if you have not worked privately before). A Consultant Clinical Psychologist is on hand.

  • Email: Please make this email address a safe address for your email or regularly check your spam/junk box, in case our reply does not reach your inbox.
  • Tel: 0330 223 1844 (calls charged the same as calling 01 and 02 numbers, including from mobiles)

In brief, founder Dr Jurai Darongkamas, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, worked for the NHS from 1986 until relatively recently. She always aims to provide a high-quality service. Contact us to see if we can work together. After a Zoom meeting, we can take things forward as appropriate.

Associate Clinical Psychologist: FAQs

You can choose your own working hours (and see below).

Yes. Some Associate Clinical Psychologist colleagues offer to see clients in the evening weekdays or at certain times at the weekends. Only those clients seeking help available at those times will be matched with you; once all your stipulated clinical considerations are taken into account.

Your slots can change according to what’s going on in your professional and personal life, of course; just keep us updated.

You can choose what works for you. Those clients seeking that format will be a factor in those matched with you.

It depends on the quality of your clinical work and your ability to work independently to provide such, with our support. We will look to see across our whole service offer when you apply. The degree of support you may need will vary depending on if you have worked privately before, etc.; we tailor make the support we provide to you.

You will have access to a Consultant Clinical Psychologist, with over 35 years of experience, to be at your side as/when guidance/advice is needed. Get in touch to ask about peer supervision or additional clinical supervision. I believe you are a highly trained professional and don’t need micromanagement; just support and guidance, as and when needed!

We aim to have monthly CPD slots on a variety of topics that you would be invited to join in on, as and when you wish.

As an independent practitioner, Associate Clinical Psychologist colleague, you would set your own fee.

We note your area of expertise/interests and other factors, to match client assessments to you.

No. You are an independent professional capable of making your own decisions. You can become an Associate Clinical Psychologist with us as well as advertise your services elsewhere, as you wish.

We believe in trying to achieve the best possible outcomes for clients using the breadth and depth of our Clinical Psychology training and experience. Practitioners using a Formulation based approach, especially with additional therapies training are welcomed to apply.