We are currently interested in recruiting qualified counsellors
to work with people affected by sexual abuse
Sue Lambert Trust offers experienced, qualified and trainee counsellors the opportunity to volunteer their expertise and enthusiasm to support our clients. Trainee counsellors must be studying on a Diploma or equivalent level counselling course.
- Specialist Foundation Training to help you prepare for the role
- Free Supervision (1 hour a month 1:1 and group supervision)
- Group supervision in small groups at flexible times
- A regular programme of free continuing professional development training on a wide range of subjects related to working with people dealing with the effects of trauma
- Travel expenses
- A very friendly and supportive environment
As well as contributing to a worthwhile cause, volunteering with us is a great way to develop your skills, meet new people and work as part of a team. Our volunteers are non-judgmental men and women with empathy and warmth for people who have experienced sexual and domestic violence.
If you have the right qualifications we invite you to join our committed and friendly team and help us make a difference to more people’s lives.
Our volunteering roles:
Due to capacity reasons and changes in staffing, we are delaying recruitment of trainee counsellors until 2022 however you are welcome to submit an application for the 2022 recruitment programme. There is capacity for qualified and experienced counsellors.
For more information contact our office.
The selection procedure for volunteer counsellors is as follows:
- Counsellor volunteer applicants must complete an application available on this webpage.
- Short-listed candidates are invited to interview and, if suitable, they are invited to attend the Foundation Training programme.
- Invitation to volunteer as counsellors is subject to satisfactory completion of Foundation training, DBS check, references, signed agreement with trainees’ training providers, and post-training approval by the Head of Clinical Governance and Safeguarding.