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Did You Win the May 2020 Contest?

Did You Win the May 2020 Contest?

Kelsey L., from Three Rivers, Michigan    She’ll receive:   $25 amazon gift card 12 clock Hour Course in behavioral health   Information about our contests: Odds of winning were 1 out of 313. No purchase is required to enter our contests. Random number...

Tori DeFazio, MS, CTRS @RecreationalTherapyMemes

Tori DeFazio, MS, CTRS @RecreationalTherapyMemes

Meet Tori DeFazio, MS, CTRS She earned a M.S. in Recreation therapy from Temple University in May 2019. She earned her undergraduate degree in Therapeutic Recreation from Temple University in May 2017. She shared with us: I fell in love with Recreational Therapy after...

Assistant Director, BI Day and Community Services

Advocates jobs@advocates.org 5086286300 Position: Assistant Director, BI Day and Community Services Salary: $20-$22/hourly Duties: 1.      Manage day to day program operations in compliance with credentialing regulations and agency expectations. 2.      Work with the...

Did you win the April 2020 Contest?

Did you win the April 2020 Contest?

Two (2) First Prize Winners Two (2) people won a 12-clock hour self-study CEU course on Behavioral Health and a $25 Amazon gift card. Random number generator is used to select winners. No purchase necessary ever.  Julie C., from Holland, Michigan Amy W., from...

Ask for What You Want

Ask for What You Want

Danny Pettry is a Certified Success Principles Trainer through Jack Canfield's organization. This is week # 17out of the 52 weeks in 2020. This week's success principle is: Ask for what you want Almost anything you want requires another person to help.   In...

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