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Mental Health Practitioner - Liverpool

North WestFull Time / Permanent

Ingeus is all about people, our mission is to enable better lives. We specialise in delivering employment, health, justice and youth services, creating new and improved ways to support everyone daily and drive social change.

As our Mental Health Practitioner, you will join a multi-disciplinary team and help people with long-term health conditions improve their health management and return to work. You will provide skilled Biopsychosocial assessments and deliver evidence-based health and employment focussed interventions to participants, utilising your specialist skills, knowledge and experience to provide participants with advice, guidance and support tailored to their needs. 

You will be involved in direct delivery to our participants, such as:

  • Conducting bio-psychosocial assessments
  • Providing face to face and telephone-based interventions
  • Delivering workshops
  • Monitoring health and wellbeing in individual and group work, reporting any significant changes which may impact positively or negatively on recovery
  • Producing tailored health action plans for each
  • Offering advice and guidance relating to health conditions and empowering individuals to manage their health more effectively
  • Providing return to work guidance and offer in-work support as required
  • Referring participants to specialist services, agencies and organisations
  • Joint working with other operational roles and other health professionals

Other responsibilities will include maintaining accurate records on our systems, managing any risk related issues appropriately and working with Senior Health Practitioners and the wider health and wellbeing team to build relationships with external organisations such as the NHS and specialist providers of health and wellbeing related services.

It is essential that you are registered as a health professional with one or more of the following regulatory bodies as below:

  • Psychologist registered as a Practitioner Psychologist with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC).
  • Occupational Therapist registered with the HCPC.
  • A Counsellor registered as an accredited practitioner with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).
  • An accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist registered with the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP).
  • Mental Health Nurse registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).
  • Full accredited member of UKCP.

Why join us?

As an Ingeus employee, you will have access to a range of benefits such as 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, life insurance, private medical care, company pension, online discount shopping, additional leave for personal development and community volunteering, the opportunity to buy those extra perks such as extra annual leave, critical illness cover, dental insurance and discounted gym membership, wellbeing services and more.

At Ingeus, we value diversity and inclusion and actively encourage applications from everyone, including those that are underrepresented in our workforce. We promote equality of opportunity in all aspects of employment, including a positive working environment. We are a Disability Confident Leader, a Mindful Employer, a Stonewall Champion, and we’re committed to the Armed Forces Covenant.

This is a permanent position with a salary of £28,750. This is an office based position covering Liverpool.

For more information about Ingeus, the services we provide, a more detailed benefits overview and how you can become part of the team, please visit

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At Ingeus we provide services for people, business and communities in employment, skills, health and justice. We value diversity and inclusion and as a Disability Confident leader, a Stonewall Diversity Champion and an Armed Forces Covenant supporter we welcome applications from all parts of the community regardless of gender, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation or background.