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Behavior health jobs in demand

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Behavior health jobs in demand

Behavior health jobs in demand

As Nevada reopens, the effects of COVID-19 are still taking a toll on the mental health of many.

This is resulting in a demand for workers in behavioral health.

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THAT'S LED TO A HIGH DEMAND FORWORKERS IN BEHAVIORAL HEALTH.AMONG THE POSITIONS EXPECTED TOSEE A SPIKE IN DEMAND IN THECOMING MONTHS...ARE THERAPISTS, TREATMENT TECHSAND CLINICAL AIDS.PETER SCHORR IS PRESIDENT ANDCEO OF "RETREAT BEHAVIORALHEALTH"...HE SAYS HEALTH CLINICS AREDEALING WITH A LOT OF NEWCASES... AND NEED HELP.PETER SCHORR, RETREATBEHAVIORAL HEALTH: ADDICTIONAND MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS DIDNOT STOP BECAUSE OF A VIRUS...THERE'S TRAUMA, THERE'SDEPRESSION - AND GRIEF ANDLOSS.SCHORR SAYS AS THE NATIONCONTINUES TO RE-OPEN INPHASES...THE NEED TO FILL NEW POSITIONSWILL INCREASE.THERE'S ALSO A NEED FORBILINGUAL THERAPISTS.PARENTS ARE STRUGGLING TO




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