Dr Julian is an innovative online mental health care provider connecting individuals directly to highly trained qualified therapists seamlessly via video, audio and instant messaging.
Our aim is to empower individuals, enabling them to select a therapist of their choice and have an appointment at a time and place convenient for them.
Our therapists work in line with our Dr Julian policies and procedures, from their private office or home study via our web app on their computer. Our platform, accessible 24 hours a day, is highly secure and compliant with data protection requirements.
Private patients connect with us directly via our website and we also have contracts with companies who send us clients, however, the majority of our work at present is for the NHS and IAPT services.
We have a strong interest in IAPT Counsellors who have experience of working within an IAPT Service and who are qualified to deliver counselling for depression.
Dr Julian sources counselling opportunities and acts as an agent for therapists who are self-employed.
Minimum of 6 months’ post qualification clinical Counselling for Depression (CfD) experience
Core qualification in counselling / psychotherapy or psychology AND a Counselling for Depression (CfD ) qualification from a recognised CfD training provider.
IAPT experience preferred.
Satisfactory Enhanced DBS Check with Barring Lists
Private office or home study to work from
Own computer or laptop with webcam and microphone
Strong internet connection
Experience and qualification in online therapy or a desire to learn
Be fluent in English
Strong written and oral communication
Have ongoing training and development (including safeguarding)
Have the right to work in the UK
Be passionate about working online
ICO Registration (This is easily obtained)
We look forward to you being part of this journey with us which will help improve lives across this country and around the world.
What the Role Offers You
Why the NHS/Patients choose Dr Julian
The role is subject to an Enhanced criminal record check from the Disclosure and Barring Service.