Headstrong was founded in 2006 with the aim of changing how Ireland thinks about young people and their mental health. Our Jigsaw programme is a proven mental health resource for young people in local settings that is both accessible and youth friendly.
Headstrong is currently recruiting for the following positions:
Jigsaw North Fingal Clinical Co-ordinator (half-time)
Jigsaw North Fingal Clinical Support Worker (full-time)
Jigsaw North Fingal Clinical Support Worker (half-time)
Dear PNA Members,
The starting date of the Dual Diagnosis course is now moved to 24th of April 2013.
The revised training dates are as follows: 24th & 25th April, 1st, 2nd & 8th May.
Please click on the link below for more info.
Dual Diagnosis Training Flyer
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This is an opportunity for the successful candidate to manage the residential and outpatient program, to part of a great team, and provides the opportunity for growth and further career prospects.
The successful Candidate should Have :
We are looking for a passionate and enthusiastic person with a good understanding of working in a therapeutic environment.
Salary is competitive and negotiable depending on the right candidate.
The HSE National Recruitment Service (NRS) have launched from 12 noon today, a national recruitment campaign for Community Mental Health Nurse (Clinical Nurse Specialist). A candidate pack is available below for your information. Also there may be some candidates who have applied to your Service directly and you may wish to inform that they can now apply. The campaign will be advertised on www.hse.ie or simply copy and paste the following url into the address bar on the internet: http://www.hse.ie/eng/staff/Jobs/Job_Search/Nursing/
Job Spec Community Mental Health Nurse
Additional Campaign Information NRS0781
Appendix 2 to R2002 Recruitment and Selection procedures NRS0781
Application Form CMHN (CNS) NRS0781
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DETECT early psychosis service provides early detection and psychosocial treatments for people experiencing their first episode of psychosis in the early phases of illness. DETECT provides targeted professional and public education to help reduce these delays and evidence-based psychosocial treatments in the early phase to enhance recovery for individuals. Improving access to evidence-based treatments is vital and coupled with reducing long delays in receiving these treatments, early intervention could potentially improve outcomes for those with psychosis.
DETECT presented to the PNA on the importance of intervening early in psychosis on 15/08/12.
kindly provided by Laoise Renwick CNS & HRB Nursing & Midwifery Fellow DETECT Early Intervention in Psychosis Service
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