New Vacancies at Changing Futures

20 September 2021

We have 2 new exciting opportunities where you can join our small charity and make BIG differences in our community. We are looking to employ,

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (Trainee)-Children and Young People’s IAPT
  • CYP IAPT Qualified Therapists (Systemic, LI HBT & HI CBT)


Closing dates for both these roles are 4th October at noon. To receive an application pack please email

CYP IAPT Qualified Therapists (Systemic, LI HBT & HI CBT)

  • Salaries of £24,000 – £32,500 depending on post type and years qualified  
  • Closing date: 4th October at 12 noon
  • Interview dates: Afternoon of Wednesday 13th October

Changing Futures has been delivering under CYP IAPT for the last 18 months and is keen to continue to help children and families improve their mental health and live happy and fulfilled lives. You will join an innovative and broad organisation that helps children to be safer, feel more secure and have the foundations to do well in life. The Charity supports individuals within a family, as well as key relationships in the family and outside of it. Full role spec here.



Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (Trainee)-Children and Young People’s IAPT

  • £22,100 - £23,100 per annum. Required for January 2021 Start.
  • 37.5 Hours per week (including University, study, supervision and casework)
  • Closing Date for Applications – 12 Noon, Monday 27th September 2021
  • Interviews – Monday 4th October, PM
  • Location – Based in Hartlepool, also required to travel to Northumbria University

Are you exited to work therapeutically with children and young people using evidence-based interventions to help them create changes in their lives? We have an exiting opportunity for you to:

  • Train as a CBT therapist to work with children and young people
  • Embark on a fully funded Postgraduate Certificate that will help you build skills and further your career
  • Work in a small charity where you can make a big difference
  • Learn from, and work collaboratively with, colleagues involved in other disciplines supporting more systemic issues

Full job spec here.

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