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If you'd like to speak to an obsessive compulsive disorder specialist, press #9 repeatedly. If you'd like to speak to a psychiatrist who treats paranoia, slam the phone down and hide behind the couch. If you'd like to work as a registered nurse in a psychiatric care facility, talk to your recruiter at PPR Healthcare. Working as a psychiatric registered nurse is a rewarding experience and when you become a registered nurse in that setting, you soon become an advocate for all mental health issues. Like it or not, there's still a lot of stigma surrounding things like depressive and anxiety disorders. Things are slowly changing, but for people who've never suffered with any spectrum of mental health illness, there's still the “pick up your bootstraps” mentality.
Travel RN jobs are a great way to introduce yourself to the field of mental health nursing. When you work for PPR Healthcare, you can specifically ask to work on a mental health ward, in psychiatric hospitals, or in mental health clinics. It takes a special kind of registered nurse to work with mental health patients and an understanding of their particular challenges. You'll probably see a wide spectrum of illness from mild depressive disorders to severe schizophrenia. Oh, and it's not like you see on movies either! Mental health patients are treated with dignity and respect, with the ultimate goal of working to protect them from self-harm, and from harming others.
So, if you're interested in accepting registered nurse jobs in mental health care settings, talk to your recruiter at PPR Healthcare!
|Sheri Ann Richerson|