Assistant Clinical Psychologist




LOCATION: Southampton & Home based


Healios is a leading digital healthcare company, bringing the whole family together to maximise long-term outcomes and wellbeing. At Healios our mission is to bring exceptional healthcare to anyone, anytime, anywhere. We reimagine the way children, young people, and adults access and receive mental health services by blending the best of technology with specialised clinical expertise and a personal human connection. At Healios, we transform mental health and neurodevelopmental services by providing quicker access to assessment, faster access to evidence-based psychological therapies, and earlier intervention to create a unique online experience – healthcare that fits around the lifestyle and circumstance of the family to get the right care when and where they need it.

We are an organisation that allows our staff to make a real difference not only in reshaping how mental health issues and emotional wellbeing services are delivered across the UK, but also in the lives of those individuals and families who need our support. Our teams are friendly, focused and passionate about making a positive difference to our patients and their families.

We encourage our teams to constantly push for better outcomes and we embrace change to assist in the development of the company. Everyone’s input and opinion matters to us and we work in an environment where this is encouraged.   


We are seeking an Assistant Clinical Psychologist who is passionate about providing high quality patient care in an innovative new service and working with a dynamic and forward thinking team. You will undertake a wide range of duties including projects to assist the clinical team, the development of clinical materials, administration of clinical assessments and other clinical work as appropriate. There will be a significant audit/ research component and the expectation will be that work will be submitted for publication and presented nationally/internationally. Regular clinical supervision and in-house training will be provided to assist your professional development.




=       A collaborative culture where curiosity, creativity, experimentation and innovation are fostered

=       A highly motivated and energetic team bringing a wide range of talents, experience and knowledge to solve complex challenges

=       Autonomy to help shape and design world leading clinical pathways that harness the power of combining technology with evidence based interventions and a human touch

=       Opportunities to grow and assist your professional development

=       To work in a culture that challenges the status quo in pursuit of providing exceptional healthcare and an unrivalled experience for the clients and families we support




=       Real passion for supporting people to improve their lives

=       A desire to become part of a collaborative environment and share knowledge and learning for the benefit of all

=       A curious mind-set that underpins your continuous drive to challenge the status quo for achieving better outcomes

=       Psychology Degree (2:1 or above) accredited by the British Psychological Society. Eligible for graduate membership of the British Psychological Society

=       Previous experience as an Assistant Psychologist, as is experience of research/audit, collation of data and production of reports

=       Up-to-date knowledge of psychology. An awareness and understanding of contemporary issues in the field of mental health

=       Experience working with people with mental health problems and/or other disabilities

=       Ability to establish rapport with a wide variety of people and demonstrate respect for service users and their families

=       Ability to work independently, reliably and consistently with work agreed and supervised at regular intervals

=       Well-developed skills in the ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, clinically sensitive information to clients, their families, carer and other professional colleagues 

=       Excellent computer skills

=       Flexibility to support our mission of bringing healthcare to anyone, anytime, anywhere





=       Experience of working with families/ carers of people with mental health difficulties

=       Experience of digital psychological assessment and therapy

=       Knowledge of Risk Assessment and Safeguarding procedures

=       Ability to work regularly in our Southampton office and travel to meetings as required