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Main tasks Assessing children’s needs Finding solutions to child’s problems One-to-one counselling sessions Providing advocacy services for students Offering an opportunity for children to explore feelings and discuss issues Writing reports and provide recommendations Enjoyable aspects of the work Using a wide range of professional skills Very satisfying assisting children with their problems and seeing them solve them Working with children with a variety of needs A degree of autonomy within the role Being able to offer hope to a child Contributing to a child’s future happiness and well-being Less enjoyable aspects of the work Working in a school environment can be restrictive and target-driven Can be isolating Funding issues Dealing with a child’s suffering 38 OCCUPATIONS IN MENTAL HEALTH AND THERAPY Frustration with bureaucracy Dealing with uncooperative parents Personality attributes best suited for this type of work Sensitive, caring and non-judgemental attitude Ability to work with a wide range of students A high degree of personal insight Integrity and confidentiality Empathy with children’s issues Taking children’s problems seriously Skills needed in this job Counselling skills Understanding the ethical and legal guidelines involved in counselling school-aged children Team work and networking Report writing Listening skills Developing rapport with children Further qualifications/training required and work experience opportunities Some form of practical counselling training, whether this is gained as an undergraduate or a postgraduate, is required.
Black and ethnic minorities Variety of work 48 OCCUPATIONS IN MENTAL HEALTH AND THERAPY Less enjoyable aspects of the work New role, so job descriptions still ambiguous Roles change between different trusts depending on local needs No clear career progression NHS bureaucracy Poor funding and salary Heavy workload Personality attributes best suited for this type of work Cultural awareness and commitment to equal opportunities Caring Creating professional boundaries Initiative Adaptability Reliability and trustworthiness Skills needed in this job Knowledge of research methods relevant to the job Form effective relationships with patients, family and colleagues Knowledge of brief therapies Receptive to management and supervision Desire for continuing education Work in a multidisciplinary team Further qualifications/training required and work experience opportunities The postgraduate certificate in primary care mental health takes 1 year and needs to be commenced before the employee can begin seeing patients.
Community occupational therapists may have to travel between units, work evenings and weekends, and undertake house visits. uk Graduate primary care mental health worker Job description In 2004 the Department of Health created the role of graduate primary care mental health worker in order to help deal with the overwhelming burden of mental health problems dealt with in the primary care setting. They provide brief therapy such as interpersonal counselling and cognitive behavioural therapy in order to help GPs manage and treat common mental health problems such as anxiety, depression, stress, insomnia and giving up smoking, drinking and other addictive substances.