Vacancies: Are you a CBT Therapist?

01 January 2020

About JTC

Established in 2009, and based close to the centre of Newcastle, it is with many years of dedicated screening that we now offer the most experienced team of counsellors and CBT therapists in the North East.

As a busy therapy centre, we are constantly on the look out for new talent, to grow our team of highly qualified independent practitioners.

We receive a high volume of enquiries on a daily basis.

CBT Therapy

CBT Therapist  is something that can be necessary for a number of reasons and it is important to us that our clients see the best possible therapist to suit their needs.  We need therapists who can work with a wide range of issues, who have worked with clients for a number of years.

We are currently experiencing larger number of CBT enquiries, and this has caused us to actively seek experienced CBT therapists to join our team of therapists.

If you are an experienced CBT Therapist and are interested in setting up or expanding your existing private practice, please get in touch via the Contact Us page.

You must have CBT Diploma and a minimum of at least 2 years relevant experience.

The Benefits

If you join the team at Jesmond Therapy Centre, you have the option of working as an Adhoc or Block booking therapist.  This means that your private work can fit around existing commitments.  Or, take advantage of our Block booking discounts, and book a specific room for the same day and time each week of the year, subject to availability.

Jesmond Therapy Centre is a warm and welcoming environment, with reception staff on hand to help your clients feel at ease when they enter the building.

For more information and photographs of our 6  therapy rooms, take a look at the Room Hire section of our website.

What Our Clients Say…

“Lovely, warm and friendly staff.”

“A lovely atmosphere, fabulous staff and hours, convenient location – highly recommended!”

“Have been going to Jesmond Therapy Centre for a few years now, very professional team”


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