Men's Action network (MAN) is looking to develop and expand its services to all council areas within Northern Ireland. In particular, we are looking for qualified counsellors who will help deliver our counselling support.
Call for volunteer counsellors both male and female
For over 25 years Men's Action network (MAN) has offered safe, supportive spaces to hear, support and enable men and boys to find a way forward with the life issues they experience associated with:
Addictions, Abuse, Anger, Crisis, Depression, Isolation, Suicidal Feelings, Self Esteem, Self-Development, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Sexual Abuse /Violence, Relationship Breakup, Family Breakup, Child Contact Issues, Emotional Wellbeing, Sexuality, Fathering Issues and Lifestyle Difficulties.
Men's Action network (MAN) are looking for committed, passionate and professional counsellors to help us deliver professional support/counselling to, the often most hard to reach group, men.
We are committed to providing service users with a quality service in which every man is treated with respect and courtesy, receives fair, reasonable treatment, receives the highest quality of support to meet their needs and receives clear, accurate, timely and relevant information or help towards this end.
If you are a qualified counsellor with the minimum of a Diploma in counselling and a 100 hours’ post-graduation practice, and would like to join our team to support men in your local area, we would love to hear from you.
You can download an application form By Clicking Here
- Volunteer counsellors will provide specialist therapeutic counselling to clients within the context of a non-judgemental and confidential service within the current policies and procedures Men’s Action Network (MAN) and the British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP) ethical framework.
- Volunteer counsellors will also undertake specific administration duties (as below) related to the counselling service including recording of case notes, contracting, user feedback evaluate progress for service users through the use of CORE evaluations and provide statistical case load information for monthly/quarterly counselling service reports relevant to the project
- Will attend regular project team meetings within Men’s Action Network (MAN)
- Will have a duty of care to all clients and be responsible to Men’s Action Network (MAN)
- Will attend external clinical supervision sessions at a minimal of one and half hours per month and group supervision as part of the project requirements on one evening by two hours per month.
- The post holder will be highly motivated, conscientious, meticulous, and flexible and have the ability to work on their own initiative
- Undertake any additional duties which may be specified by the Management team
- Processing the assessment of clients.
- Managing client processes ethically.
- Meeting clients at reception promptly.
- Recording client notes according to ethical and legal requirements.
- Completing client and counsellor paperwork appropriately and clearly.
- Storing client and counsellor paperwork according to ethical and legal requirements.
- Checking and recording client appointments.
- Requesting client letters through the Management team.
- Attending arranged Line Management Meetings.
- Attending arranged Team Meetings, Training and Peer Supervision.
- Providing required personal paperwork for personnel files.
- Making appropriate use of the Counsellor reference/training resources.
- Maintaining a good standard of housekeeping within the building to eliminate health and safety risks.
- Disposing of flipchart paper ethically and legally after use.