Finding a Behavioral Health Job after a Layoff

Widespread economic troubles have the unfortunate consequence of putting capable workers out of jobs. If you were part of a downsizing as a result of the recession, it can be very difficult to regroup and focus on finding a job. One way to get motivated and take advantage of networking opportunities is to enroll in continuing education for behavioral health professionals. Not only will this help you maintain licensure requirements, catch up on the latest behavioral health developments, and learn new skills that you can sell to prospective employers, it will also put you in contact with other behavioral health professionals who may be able to recommend career opportunities. Enroll in an online course or a live seminar at