We are nationally recognised as a high performing NHS Talking Therapies service. We're proud of our reputation for clinical excellence, innovation, and staff retention.

It's really important to us to grow inclusive staff teams, where diversity is valued, and the workforce reflects the communities we work in.

We have clinical and non-clinical job vacancies in our team from time-to-time, and welcome enquiries about any current vacancies - just contact us via the details provided in the job advert. 

We also run trainee programmes for psychological wellbeing practitioners and CBT therapists - watch this space for more information. 

Whether you're coming into the service as a trainee, or joining us at a later stage of your career journey, you'll receive a warm welcome and friendly support whenever you need it.

Work for our long-term health conditions team

Our long-term health conditions team are specialists in their field, helping patients with certain long-term health conditions manage their mental health. This team have been recognised at a national level for their pioneering approach to mental health in long-term conditions. It's a really exciting time to join. 

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Welcome to West Sussex

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We have bases across West Sussex, in Horsham, Crawley, Mid-Sussex, Worthing and Chichester and many other venues within the community. Our trust provides flexible working opportunities with some remote working available. 

West Sussex is a really special part of the world – with the sea on one side, and the beautiful South Downs and rolling countryside on the other. Whether you're into water sports and hiking, or prefer to relax on the beach or at the vineyard, West Sussex life has something for everyone.

Job Vacancies

There are currently no vacancies - please check back again soon.

Our wellbeing champions

Our wellbeing champions look out for the wellbeing of our staff in a number of ways, whether that be through fun, relaxation, boosting positivity or making suggestions about looking after ourselves, encouraging healthy lifestyle choices.

They are representatives for all things wellbeing and are happy to chat to the team so they can support them with tailoring well-being initiatives in their local area.

They promote and encourage self-care, suggesting ways to remember to take breaks away from screens, arrange interesting/fun things to do outside of work for team bonding and socialising. They often organise wellbeing activities, social activities, and community initiatives such as a reverse advent foodbank donation for Christmas.

In November 2023 they were awarded a star award in recognition of the inspiring work they do.