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Mental Health Careers

A Career as a Psychiatrist Offers Rewarding Job Opportunities Helping Others
By Candice Mancini | December 7, 2009

Becoming a psychiatrist takes a lot of time, dedication, and money. But for those who wish to improve the mental well-being of others, it can be a rewarding career, both financially and otherwise.
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Begin a Career as a Psychologist
By Joe Cooper | December 7, 2009


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Explore the Challenges and Rewards of a Career as a Psychiatric Aide
By Candice Mancini | December 7, 2009

Psychiatric aides most often work in psychiatric and substance abuse hospitals, caring for individuals with mental or emotional impairments. A continued shift from hospital care to residential facility care for these patients and their caregivers is expected.
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Family Social Workers Improve the Lives of Children, Parents, and Grandparents
By Jane Greer | December 7, 2009

In homes, schools, and nursing homes, family social workers make sure that people in crisis are safe and have a strong support system. This article outlines job duties, training requirements, and employment outlook for social workers.
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Marriage Therapists Help Couples
December 7, 2009

If you would enjoy working with people to help them lead happier lives, consider training as a marriage therapist. Marriage therapists meet with couples to evaluate their situation and implement a treatment plan to enhance marital satisfaction.
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Mental Health Counselor
December 7, 2009

Learn to make a living helping people as a mental health counselor. With the right career training, you could be making a difference in no time.
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Mental Health Social Worker
December 7, 2009

Through a variety of techniques, mental health social workers help clients develop skills to recover from substance abuse, develop social skills, and more.
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