CYP-IAPT Trainees in Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Adolescents (IPT-A) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) at Noa Girls


Two excellent and exciting training opportunities have become available at Noa Girls, provided through the Child and Young Persons Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Programme (CYP-IAPT).

The successful candidates will undertake training towards a Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) in either Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, based at Kings College London, or Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Adolescents (IPT-A),

based at University College London.

The training takes place at the respective universities one day per week over a 2 year period. Concurrent to the training, the trainees will utilise their specific modality of therapy to work clinically at Noa Girls two days per week, supporting girls and young women aged 12-18 years old.


This is a fully funded position (including both university PGDip course and placement), with funding being provided by NHS England.


If you are interested in one of these training roles and would like to hear more about them, or receive a job description, please contact Yael at


Applicants are required to apply to the relevant university simultaneous to applying to Noa Girls. To apply for one or both of these roles at Noa Girls, please email your CV and cover letter to:

For more info on the PGDip in IPT-A at UCL and to apply, please use the following links: (Course Guide) (To Apply)

For more info on the PGDip in CBT at KCL and to apply please use the following links:  (Course Guide) (To Apply)


The training placement includes supervision by clinicians specialising in the relevant therapy modality, as well as in-house support by a clinical psychologist.

Start date: January 2019

Salary: NHS Band 5 equivalent

Closing date for applications: Monday 15th October