Psychological Professions Workforce Plan

HEE has published the Psychological Professions Workforce Plan for England that seeks to support local systems to meet the requirement to deliver growth in the psychological professions workforce by over 60 percent and make use of the diverse roles available to deliver services, as set out in the NHS Long Term Plan. HEE and NHSE/I are now working with partners locally, regionally and nationally to make this a reality and this plan will facilitate the required actions by all stakeholders.

Trainee Associate Psychological Practitioners (TAPPs)

Calling all Psychology graduates, Lancashire & South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust have some exciting new positions available based within General Practice. More information here!

Psychological Professions Week, ran from 15th to 19th November 2021 and was hosted by the Psychological Professions Network (PPN) England.  There will be a stimulating programme with morning and afternoon online events to showcase innovation and inform next steps for psychological healthcare in England.

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Expressions of interest are now closed for PCNs to be placed with a Trainee Associate Psychological Practitioner (TAPP). 
PCNs who have not yet been allocated a TAPP will be given priority. 
 For more information please see the below PowerPoint presentation 

Boost for mental health support at GP practices in Lancashire and South Cumbria (Lancaster Guardian)

Residents in Lancashire and South Cumbria have access to more help from their GP practice thanks to an expansion in specialist staff.