Who we are
Established in 1985, the Manor House Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling offers a comprehensive Training Programme and a Counselling Service offering affordable therapy.
The Manor House Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling (MHCPC) is an established training centre and clinical service. At a time when mental health provisions have been in increased demand, we have experienced exponential growth of our services and wish to develop these further.
We are ambitious to develop and raise our profile and influence to offer mental health support to those that need it most in our borough. The MHCPC are uniquely positioned to offer low-cost open-ended therapy to those who can least afford it.
The MHCPC provide long-term psychodynamic counselling rather than CBT, for those patients in the community for whom the former is more suitable. We provide a service which reduces the impact on NHS mental health provisions and thus supports patients who would otherwise face joining an unrealistically long waiting list for short-term work.
The MHCPC sets high training and clinical standards: our training programme is accredited by both the British Association for Psychotherapy and Counselling (BACP) and the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC).
The MHCPC has an active Board of Management responsible for the day to day running of the organisation. The Trustee’s role is to work in partnership with the Board of Management and, with the support of the Chair and the other Trustees, helping them achieve their vision for the organisation.
We are seeking to appoint dynamic and passionate Treasurer to provide leadership to the Board and to ensure that the organisation delivers its charitable purpose in close cooperation with the Board of Management.
We seek a Treasurer who has a strong empathy with the organisation’s objectives and has some understanding of, or interest in, talking therapies and mental health. We are looking to appoint a Treasurer who can provide financial insight and expertise to the Board deliberations and support our growth and development at an exciting time for the organisation as we strategically plan how to expand our provision of affordable therapy.
With finite resources, we need to ensure we provide maximum impact and achieve long-term sustainability. These are testing times and the need for mental health support is greater than ever, which means that we are looking to build a range of skills within our trustee board to support the charitable work we do.
If you have experience and skills in this area, whether in the public or private sectors, please consider applying.
Applications should include a covering letter and CV, as well as 2 references.
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