Clinical psychologists are currently in demand and will continue to be required by The National Health Service (NHS) .
There are currently over 4,000 clinical psychologists working in the UK in a wide range of health and social care settings, including:
Most clinical psychology services are organised within NHS trusts or partnerships between NHS trusts and local authorities, called care trusts. Some trusts provide services to other trusts through service level agreements and almost all have a professional advisory mechanism for guiding decisions about the provision of psychology services.
Clinical psychologists may also be employed by schools and universities. Others work in the private sector or are self-employed.
Recruitment agencies rarely handle vacancies.
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