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Exciting Career Opportunities For Psychology Master’s Graduates


Exciting Career Opportunities For Psychology Master’s Graduates

  • Mental Health

If you’ve earned a master’s degree in psychology and are looking to start or advance your career, Advanced Behavior Health Inc. offers a dynamic and inclusive environment where your skills and knowledge can make a significant impact. At Advanced Behavior Health Inc., we value professionals who are passionate about improving the lives of others. But what exactly can you do with your degree here? Let’s explore the opportunities.

A Master’s Degree in Psychology: A Gateway to Rewarding Careers

Psychology master’s programs provide a solid foundation in the latest psychological research and practical applications, preparing you to help others in various roles. A master’s degree is not just an academic achievement; it’s a stepping stone to a fulfilling career where you can make a difference.

Why Choose Advanced Behavior Health Inc.?

At Advanced Behavior Health Inc., our mission is to serve the community’s complex mental health needs regardless of race, gender, age, religion, sexual identity, or disability. Our commitment to diversity and inclusion drives us to excel daily. We offer a supportive and inclusive work environment where professionals with a master’s in psychology can thrive.

Our team enjoys:

  • A collaborative and inclusive workplace
  • Opportunities for professional growth and development
  • Competitive salaries and benefits
  • Supportive leadership and a commitment to work-life balance

Career Opportunities for Psychology Graduates

  • Market Researcher: Analyze data and consumer trends to help shape effective strategies.
  • Project Coordinator/Manager: Oversee projects that enhance our service delivery and client outcomes.
  • Family Services Worker: Support families in navigating mental health challenges and accessing resources.
  • Social Service Manager: Lead programs that provide essential services to the community.
  • Health Project Coordinator: Develop and implement health-related projects to improve community wellness.
  • Research Assistant: Contribute to important studies that advance the field of psychology.
  • Data Analyst/Manager: Interpret and manage data to inform our practices and policies.
  • Organizational Consultant: Advise on best practices for organizational development and efficiency.
  • Intervention Advocate: Provide direct support and advocacy for clients in need.

Specializations That Enhance Your Career

Advanced Behavior Health Inc. recognizes the value of diverse specializations in psychology. Whether your focus is on applied behavior analysis, health psychology, educational psychology, or another area, we have opportunities that align with your expertise.

  • Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA): Work with individuals with developmental disabilities and autism, helping them develop essential skills.
  • Health Psychology: Improve patient and staff services in medical and public health settings.
  • Educational Psychology: Apply research to enhance academic outcomes for diverse learners.
  • Social Psychology: Help individuals, groups, and organizations by applying social psychological theories.

How to Apply

Are you ready to apply for a psychology degree in a meaningful and rewarding career? Join us at Advanced Behavior Health Inc., where you can make a difference and advance your professional goals. Explore our career opportunities and become part of our mission to serve the community’s mental health needs.

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Contact Advanced Behavior Health Inc. today to take the first step towards a fulfilling career. Your expertise can help us continue to provide exceptional care and support to those in need.

When you think of the well-being of a child, you first think of basic needs: food, water, and shelter. Once these needs are met, however, it’s crucial for a child to have emotional and social wellness as well. In this article, we will explore the impact social wellness has on the overall health of a child and great ways for children to garner social support in their lives.

It comes as no surprise that as human beings, we all need connection with others, no matter what stage of life we are in. In fact, having social support is a social determinant of health (SDOH) that significantly impacts the health of an individual. After spending the last few years in and out of isolation due to the Covid-19 outbreak, social support is more important now than ever before. Having social support means having family members and friends you can talk to and seek advice from when life feels challenging and overwhelming. Knowing you’re not alone in your life journey, especially as a child, creates a sense of belonging and empowerment throughout one’s life.

4 Types of Social Support

Emotional Support. This type of support lets you know that people care about you and have empathy for your experiences. Emotional support often looks like people checking in on you to let you know they’re thinking of you, and that they are there if you need anything. As a parent, make sure your child knows you can be a sounding board for them. If you have family members who can also show up for your children in this way, even better!

Practical Help. This type of support is when people give you something tangible or offer a service to help you out. This could be in the form of money, making food when you are sick, or helping to pack when moving. Having family and friends show up in this way shows your child what it looks like to be present for people you love.

Sharing Points of View. This type of support can often come in the form of affirmations and encouragement. For example, pointing out your child’s strengths to them and reminding them they can do anything they put their mind to. It can also look like sharing another perspective if they are being hard on themselves. For example, if they are angry with themselves after receiving a bad grade on a test, you can help them see it as a learning experience and a way for them to grow.

Sharing Information. This type of support is when someone shares what they’ve learned from their own life experiences. For example, if another parent has a child who struggles with socializing, they can share some tips and tricks they’ve learned to help their child find and create social support.

The Importance of Social Groups and Extended Support

Children who are connected to their family, friends, and people in their community have opportunities to learn how to speak, share, and get along with others. When your child feels connected to people in your neighborhood, it often allows them to feel physically safe which can alleviate stress and worry. Simply riding bikes, going on walks, and saying hello to neighbors with your kids can create this sense of security for them.

In addition to engaging with your neighbors, getting involved in local organizations can also create social support for your child. Signing up for a sports team, musical theater, art class or summer camp are all great ways to help your child meet new friends and learn important social skills that can carry them through their lives.

Tips for Helping Kids Make Community Connections:

Spend time outside in your neighborhood playing on the playground, going to a local farmer’s market, or scheduling a playdate with neighborhood kids.

Show your kids that connection is a two-way street. If your neighbors or friends go out of town, offer to get their mail, or water their plants and take your child with you when you go. This will show your child how you show up for people you care about.

Make sure you make time for socializing with friends as well. Your child looks to you first and foremost for how they should act and live their own life.

Encourage your child to step out of their comfort zone and do something they may be scared to do. As a parent, it’s your job to push them into something social for their own well-being at times.