You were recently promoted to the role of behavioral health supervisor, and you couldn’t be more excited — or intimidated. Previously, you worked as a clinician, so you haven’t had much management experience or training. You’re eager to continuously improve your management skills, but you’re not sure how to go about it.  As the boss, you need […]

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Summer is officially in full swing, and your remote employees have a major case of Zoom fatigue. Despite their commitment to the job, it’s quite obvious they’re feeling the lazy days of the season.  You want your team to enjoy their summer while also remaining productive. This can be a hard balance to strike, but it’s certainly not impossible. Engaged employees work harder — even when […]

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In today’s market, candidates respond to transparent communication. Top talent has their choice of behavioral health jobs, so it’s important to interact with them in an open and honest manner.  People want to learn as much as possible about your company, so they can decide if it’s a place they would thrive. The more information […]

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Working in the behavioral health field is your passion. You thrive on helping patients, so you’re always searching for ways to do more. Continuing your education is a great way to improve your career and provide an even better patient experience.  There’s no shortage of certifications for mental health workers. No matter what your specialty […]

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Until now, you’ve always found your behavioral health positions on your own. However, you’re getting ready to look for a new job, and you’re thinking about working with a recruiter.  In addition to helping you find a job that perfectly aligns with your skills and interests, a behavioral health recruiter can also help negotiate your pay. This […]

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You need to hire a new employee, but you’re dreading the costs associated with your current screening process. Choosing the right person for the job is extremely important to you, so you don’t want to cut corners, but you’re hoping to find a more efficient approach.  Despite your best intentions, it’s very possible your screening […]

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4 Ways to Reduce Bias in Your Hiring Process

Let’s face it — your behavioral health team isn’t as diverse as you’d like. This of course, wasn’t intentional, but you know it all leads back to unconscious bias in your hiring process.    You have an open position on your staff right now, but before working to fill it, you want to level the playing field, so […]

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You’re passionate about working in the behavioral health field. Helping patients is something you enjoy and find genuinely fulfilling.   The job you currently have is great, but as an ambitious professional, you’re always focused on the next step of your career. In addition to constantly learning new abilities, you understand the importance of working to enhance those you currently possess.   Here’s […]

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You want to take your behavioral health job up a notch by becoming a more active part of the team. Leadership has been on your mind for a while now, so you want to start proving you have what it takes to shine in this type of role.   Being a leader means you’re no longer just there to do your […]

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The right person for the job isn’t always actively pursuing new opportunities. Since they’re not combing through employment listings, you have to get creative to connect with them — but they’re worth the extra time and effort.  If you feel like the candidates you’ve been vetting aren’t the best fit for your behavioral health team, it’s time to change your hiring strategy. Finding ways to get […]

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