Mental health technicians: Supporting patients on their road to recoveryPosted on 04/27/23 03:35:pm
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As a mental health technician, you have the opportunity to develop and progress in the mental health field while working directly with patients each day. You will support them as they find a road to recovery in a variety of meaningful ways, including:
- engaging in one-on-one time
- discussing patient goals to address psychosocial, emotional, intellectual, and physical needs
- collaborating with the treatment team to ensure treatment plan is followed and patients are safe from self-harm.
Mental health technicians work with our clinical teams, offering general care in inpatient and residential levels of treatment.
“We hear and see what’s going on with the patients,” says Joe, mental health technician. “I know I’m making a difference.”
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To learn about the mental health technician job requirements and responsibilities, click here. To see all current career opportunities at Rogers and apply today, visit the Career section of our website.