Opportunities at MiD

Part-time Child and Adult Counsellor, South West London

Experienced and fully qualified Counsellor wanted to join a team working in the field of mediation and family breakdown. We are looking for someone familiar with systemic family therapy, psychodynamic therapy, brief therapy, who is able to undertake effective short-term work with adults who are facing/have faced family breakdown and children whose parents have separated.  The work involves a mix of counselling adults and children, plus initial assessment and interim reviews with the children’s parents.

Accreditation with a UK body is desirable.

Applicant must be self-motivated, resilient, used to working as part of a team and willing to promote the service.

The Counsellor would be engaged on a sessional basis of £35p/hr and would need to be available for at least one day a week.

To apply please send CV and covering letter to Director of MID Mediation and Counselling, Alison Morgan, 114 High Street, Hampton Hill, TW12 1NT, 020 8891 6860


Counsellor Job description spec 2019


Seeking new trustees

The Board is seeking to appoint new trustees to assist MiD with its development.

Person specification

Candidates will need to show interest in our work. They should be able to think strategically, to review and question management reports and financial information, to assess and manage risk, and to help develop strategic objectives to ensure that MiD is able to continue with and where possible expand its important work.

General attributes required of all Trustees include:

  • A demonstrable understanding of the issues pertinent to successful governance of a charity
  • An ability to think strategically and to constructively question and review management reports, finances, forward plans, overall objectives, major resourcing issues and potential risks
  • A clear interest in MiD and the importance of its work
  • Sound, independent judgment and integrity, avoiding any conflicts of interest

Time Commitment

There are up to five Board meetings a year, usually held in the early evening in Hampton. Trustees are expected to be available during the year to either participate in occasional specialist meetings or to provide guidance to the Executive Director.


Induction sessions led by the Chairman and the senior leadership team will be organised to familiarise new trustees with the work of MiD and the challenges it faces.


This is an unremunerated role though reasonable expenses will be reimbursed, if required.

If you are interested in applying for a Trustee Position please could you send your CV and a covering letter through to:  director_mid@btconnect.com

More information on MiD and the role is available here: Trustees ad July 2019

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