How to Find the Best Behavioral Health Jobs

Behavioral health jobs with the best employers have always been hard to come by. However, record-high unemployment rates caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have made things even more competitive.  Whether you were laid off or are simply ready to move on from your current job, you might be feeling a bit discouraged. Applying for countless […]

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Are you thinking about becoming a behavioral health professional? The field is experiencing fast career growth, so there’s never been a better time to make the leap. In fact, employment of substance abuse, behavioral disorder, and mental health counselors is expected to rise 22% from 2018 to 2028, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.  […]

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How to Learn from a Crisis

COVID-19 has almost definitely changed how your practice does business. Virtually overnight, the pandemic transformed the U.S. as we know it. Hopefully, your behavioral health team was able to transition to a remote setting, and if so, you’ve done a lot of learning over the past few months. No doubt, you’re eager to return to some semblance of […]

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Right now, you’re conducting all patient appointments on a remote basis. This likely will be the new normal for at least the next several months, so you’re working hard to provide the best possible care to your behavioral health patients from afar. Generally speaking, you feel like things are going okay, but you’re not connecting […]

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Historically, you’ve always handled hiring in-house. When you need to add a new member to your team, you manage the hiring process yourself. However, you’ve started to realize this might not be the best approach. Whether your workload is too high or your retention rates are too low — or both — you’re thinking about […]

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The COVID-19 pandemic likely forced your practice to go virtual months ago. Therefore, you’re probably very used to giving teletherapy sessions by now. However, that doesn’t mean new patients know what to expect.  You want to provide all your patients with a teletherapy session that’s truly beneficial, but this won’t happen if new patients aren’t […]

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The pandemic has caused your behavioral health practice to go remote. You have years of experience managing employees, but this is the first time you’ve ever led a remote team. While you trust your employees, you want to create a policy for remote work that ensures everyone is on the same page.  Since your behavioral […]

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There’s a good chance you’ve been practicing teletherapy on a temporary basis, due to COVID-19. If it’s working out, and you’re enjoying it, you might want to consider making the switch a permanent one. The pandemic will likely make this form of therapy even more popular, as people realize they can get the care they need from anywhere.   […]

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You have no issues managing your behavioral health team in the office. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced everyone to work from home for the past few months. This likely won’t change in the foreseeable future, so it’s time to adjust your management strategy.  At first, you didn’t think managing a remote team would be […]

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As a behavioral health professional, you’ve committed your career to helping patients live healthy and happy lives. You want to provide the best possible patient experience, but you currently feel like you’re falling short.  You might not realize it, but enhancing the patient experience can come in many different forms. From changing the way appointments are held […]

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