How to Cope With Therapist Burnout Around Telehealth

While telehealth has been around for decades, in some form or another, it quickly became the norm in 2020, the year COVID hit the U.S. hard. Suddenly, telehealth became the standard way to access medical care, and practitioners were forced to quickly create and implement programs and procedures that normally would have taken months to do. In some ways, it was a testament to what we were all capable of, but it was also the beginning of a long period of waiting, constant back-and-forth changes, and more waiting.

5 Ways to Fill Your Open Clinician Jobs, Online (and free!)

If you own or manage a community mental health center or a private practice with multiple clinicians, you may have been hit hard in the last few months with the new hire shortage. Unfortunately, the inability to staff your practice can mean you are unable to bring on new clients, which is especially concerning during a time when so many need help. Here are some ways to find help.

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