Not working, live in west or mid Cornwall & need a post-lockdown boost to get into work & training?
Enjoy a day of fishing and connection with nature.
Give us a shout at Inside Out and find out how we can help you with wellbeing and your journey into training and work.
For more information about the project check out our website here
The Inside out project is funded by the European Social Fund through Community Led Local Development Cornwall
Children’s Clinical Lead (£40,000 - £43,750)
We are looking for a Children’s Clinical Lead to join our happy team.
You will be leading a brilliant team of employed and sessional therapists supported by a referrals coordinator, office administrator and colleagues in the senior management team. You will work alongside the CEO and other Service Leads on the strategic development of the charity.
CLEAR has a commitment to continued professional development with opportunities for internal and external training, project development and partnership working.
job description and person specification
are available here
And the document Application form (818 KB) here
The CLEAR Annual General Meeting 2022 is at 6pm on 27 September 2022, at the CLEAR offices in Truro.
Booking is essential to ensure that we can properly cater for all who wish to attend.
The Inside Out Project has an exciting job opportunity - join the team as a mentor at Rebuild South West.
The job description for the Inside Out Rebuild mentor is available here: document RBSW Mentor JD (169 KB)
Closing date - Friday 24th June 2022
The Project is funded by the European Social Fund through Community Led Local Development Cornwall.
CLEAR has received a grant of £7,700 from Western Power Distribution via Local Giving. This will help to support CLEAR clients experiencing loneliness and isolation to build emotional resilience based on the principles of the 'Five Ways to Wellbeing'.
Participants will be supported to:
Carolyn Webster, CLEAR CEO said: “The grant from Western Power Distribution, via Local Giving, will make a big difference to the range of help we can offer. Many survivors of abuse and violent crime feel lonely and isolated by their experience and this has additional impacts on their mental health. The CLEAR Connect project will help to build emotional resilience so that people are more able to cope with everyday life, to reconnect with others and to make the best of the support available to them. We would like to say a huge thank-you to Western Power Distribution for their much needed support”
Delivery will be face to face where possible but for people who do not feel able to do this we can start their journey online and encourage them to physically connect when the time is right. We will also include mindfulness activities and therapeutic techniques such as working with clay, engaging with blue and green gym. People will be signposted to this new initiative as part of CLEAR’s referral and support process.
The outcomes from CLEAR Connect are for people to feel more able to support their own emotional wellbeing and mental health, and to support others, building feelings of connection and empathy.
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