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A career as an addiction counselor requires fierce dedication and passion for helping others. Along with specialized training and licensing or certification, the profession requires a range of soft skills. Communication, critical thinking, and problem-solving are among them. Not everyone has what it takes to successfully work as an addiction counselor. This is why knowledge […]

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PsychPros provides personalized executive search and staffing for behavioral healthcare organizations. We have helped hundreds of companies find ideal candidates through careful mental health, chemical dependency, and social service job recruitment.   We understand your behavioral healthcare organization has unique needs. You want qualified professionals who fit with your culture. We provide the specialization and […]

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You want the best behavioral health clinicians on your team. This is why the questions you ask candidates during interviews are so important.   Focusing your questions on the skills and traits you are looking for helps you determine which candidates demonstrate them. You can use this information to hire the most qualified candidate.   […]

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Individuals and families in low-income communities may have health problems that are impacted by factors related to poverty. Poor nutrition, lack of safe and stable housing, incarceration, unemployment, and chronic anxiety about income insecurity are among these factors. In 2016, the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) created the pilot program Whole Person Care […]

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Like most industries, the human services field is constantly changing. As community needs evolve and technology advances, new trends will emerge. This means your organization must redesign the way services are delivered to meet the needs of your community. You and your staff members need to stay current on these developing trends and how they […]

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As a health and human services (HHS) agency, you may be struggling to serve a needy population. You might have a tight budget that limits the size of your workforce, even as your volume of caseloads continues to increase. This makes it hard for your staff to provide effective solutions that address the critical needs […]

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Your work culture naturally develops within your organization. It guides your employees on the behaviors, expectations, and important issues that are part of your company’s current ecosystem. This is why you need to pay attention to your work culture every day. You want to reinforce positive employee behaviors and attitudes in order to cultivate a […]

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When you have an open position on your behavioral health team, you take your time to fill it right. This makes sense, because choosing the wrong person can be costly in many ways. However, leaving the job open too long can also be problematic. The median time to hire for healthcare positions is 40 days, […]

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As a behavioral health provider, you’re focused on providing outstanding service to clients. This is essential, but you also need to take care of your staff. These professionals make your organization a success, so it’s important to invest in them and make them feel valued. Doing so will help them stay happy and fulfilled, increasing […]

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You need to add a new behavioral health professional to your team, but so far, you’re not impressed with the candidates you’re seeing. This is unacceptable, because you’re committed to hiring a strong cultural fit, who will truly make a difference in patients’ lives. Right now, it might feel like finding this “needle in the […]

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