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Behavioral health technicians are also known as psychiatric technicians. These professionals work alongside doctors and nurses, assisting them with carrying out treatment plans for patients with different types of behavioral problems, from mental instability to post-traumatic stress disorder and substance abuse. They work under the direct supervision of the doctor in charge of the patient's care. Your responsibilities in this role include providing and recording patient medications and assisting patients in their everyday activities.
Behavioral health technicians are usually employed by hospitals, mental health facilities and shelters. To be employed as a behavioral health technician, you must hold a certificate or an associate's degree in psychiatric technology or mental health technology. In some states, licensure is mandatory. In addition to excellent communication skills, you must genuinely care for your patients' welfare and be able to connect with patients of all ages if you want to pursue a career as a behavioral health technician.
During the interview, be prepared to emphasize your empathetic side in addition to your knowledge about the job. The most important quality that prospective clients want to see is that you genuinely care for patients. Everything else can be learned on the job. Volunteering at a community center, shelter or aged home, doing an internship with a non-profit organization within the country or spending time assisting an aid organization in a third world country are all ways that you can demonstrate your caring nature and your genuine interest in this role.