Volunteering at Share

We welcome volunteers at Share and there are a variety of ways you can use your time to support us. We aim to provide a welcoming, supportive atmosphere, allowing you to grow and learn new skills as well as bringing your previous experiences with you to enhance the way we work.

Volunteer Therapists

We are always keen to hear from therapists wishig to volunteer with Share.  A lot of our therapy is delivered by volunteers, both qualified, experienced, therapists and those with us on training placements. We ask you to first complete an application form (download below) and then you will meet with our clinical manager for an interview.

Qualified Therapists

If you are a qualified therapist thinking about volunteering for Share we look forward to hearing from you. We are actively looking to increase the number of qualified therapist hours we are able to offer clients and encourage you to get in touch.

Trainee Therapists

Unfortunately we are not currently recruiting for trainee therapist placements. Keep checking this site for infomration about when we are next able to take on trainees. 

Volunteer Therapist Flyer

Volunteer Therapist Application Form

Volunteer Receptionists/Administrators

We are looking for people with some reception or administration experience who are interested in supporting us as we try to extend our office cover rota. We are trying to provide office support to our therapists and clients five days per week. If you would like to volunteer in a calm, supportive and interesting therapeutic environment and have administration skills this is the opportunity for you! 

If you would like to support us in this way please download the application and job description below:

Volunteer Receptionist/Administrator Information 

Volunteer Receptionist/Administrator Application Form

0114 273 0200 : office@sharepsychotherapy.org

Share is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and will carry out  DBS checks for all volunteers, trustees and paid staff.

Checked/Updated  24th April 2017