Psychiatric/Mental Health Services Technician

A program that prepares individuals, under the supervision of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, and other mental health care professionals, to provide direct patient care services, assist in developing and implementing treatment plans, administer medications, and perform related administrative functions. Includes instruction in mental health theory, applied psychopathology, patient communication and management, crisis intervention, psychotropic medication, mental health treatment procedures, substance abuse, record-keeping, clinical administrative skills, and applicable standards and regulations.

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“…It has everything I need when I wanted to apply. From it's amazing law background, to it's anthropology of law teacher (really cool dude), and theology, psychology, it has every major I want. Not to mention it's study abroad program and Madrid campus...” – Eric from Boston, MA

“…Houston Community College is great! It's easier to learn here, because of the smaller classes. In addition, the classes are more affordable.” – Lashandra from Houston, TX

“…montgomery college is an affordable, conveniently located, and diverse campus in which a student can gain the best experience and knowledge they need to succeed.” – Alexis from Germantown, MD

“…CSCC is an outstanding college to attend. The atmosphere is friendly, there are a lot of campus-related activities to do, and is conveniently located in the downtown area. Here, besides an active social environment, there is a friendly staff that is...” – Christian from Columbus, OH

“…sac is offering so much more than what they first did when i attened in 2003. i love the fact that everything is spread out and doesnt seem so cluttered, and no one has to walk shoulder to shoulder like some colleges. also very clean!!!!” – Pearl from San Antonio, TX

“…this is my second year at cypress college so far i like it. most of teachers are helpful but i do recommend you to check rate your professor before registering for classes!” – Yvonne from Stanton, CA

“…Your basic college, very affordable with great professors. Good for getting started, and I recommend using this as a starter college if you plan to transfer. Be patient with the registrar! ” – A Student from Nevada

“…despite being the largest centrally-located community college in the state of ohio, scc is easy to navigate and a very well-rounded school. the individual attention and assistance is remarkable. i am so proud to call myself a scc tartan. ” – Brittany from Dayton, OH

“… i have already learned alot especially about myself ! the campus is very nice, they have plenty of parking. always events going on.” – Jeri from Lodi, CA

“…san bernardino valley college is truly a good college. the whole staff is always ready to guide you through your academic path. i really like the different programs they offer.” – Lucero from Highland, CA

“…This is an excellent school at a price I can actually afford. The teachers really care and, more often than not, actually take the time to get to know you so they can better help you with your education. I recommend this college to everyone I know.” – Erica from Colorado Springs, CO

“…they have very helpful instructors and they will do anything they can to help you succeed in class. the campus is well kept and very big with great facilitys. i love uaa because everyone there, including students, will help you in anyway they can.” – Lucinda from Palmer, AK

“…This school encourages you to pursue your career goals. The teachers are very helpful. The small environment encourages students to learn and get more face time with teachers.” – Jaslyn from Lubbock, TX

“…just be willing to work hard, and every teacher will be willing to help you succeed. if you are looking for blow-off classes, then you are going to dislike some of the best teachers. they give you your money's worth, and is the best community college...” – Petra from West, TX

“…anne arundel community college is a great college at an affordable price. the faculty and teachers are great, and you get the same experience as a private college.” – Jake from Lothian, MD

“…prince george's community college is encouraging and inspiring. the professors, students, and faculty there are very helpful. the academic environment is even better, and will surely help one to reach their goals.” – Chantel from Glenn Dale, MD

“…i personally feel that oakton community college is a school full of unique people. as i pass by students like me, they carry things like instruments and artwork to show others what they are passionate about. that is what i love about college: we are...” – Michelle from Des Plaines, IL

“…Ivy Tech Community College is an awesome school. They are very flexible with your schedule and challenge you to do things that you thought you could never do. They have taught me a lot about being an adult and being a college student.” – Anthony from Indianapolis, IN

Cuesta College
San Luis Obispo, CA

“…Cuesta has a beautiful small campus. The teachers here will challenge you, it is a good transition school to get you ready fro a 4 year. Most people that attend Cuesta and work there are friendly and helpful.” – Elina from San Luis Obispo, CA

“…Mount San Antonio College is a great school for students who are unsure of their intended field of study and are looking to explore numerous fields to find their interests. Mt. SAC is filled with great teachers, some with outstanding national awards,...” – John from Chino, CA

“…i love the small classes. i love the attention given by each professor. and the food isn't bad either! :)” – Camara from Lehighton, PA

“…It was a no brainer that I would be attending MCCC before I went to North Carolina. The campus is so clean and welcoming. Also every single person that works there helps students out the best way they can. I am so thankful to have had people help me...” – Melissa from Souderton, PA

“…Mission college is a perfectly typical community college. It is a gateway for students into much bigger universities. Due to the small classes, the professors here pay more attention to each individual.” – Aatif from San Jose, CA

“…small college with great professors willing to help you learn and become active in student activities and clubs. nvc has a sacnas chapter, mesa club and shpe club for those interested in science careers. brand new library with lots of space, many...” – Yadira from Napa, CA

“…I am a student at Alvin community college, and I love being one.ACC has been ranked in the top 10 % twice in a row, I m glad something like this is only a mile away from my home. ” – Shayan from Alvin, TX

“…coeur d'alene is a great city for a college, and the campus is situated in an excellent part of town with a beach and a bit separated from the main city. north idaho college is a relatively small campus with lots of opportunities to connect with new...” – Chris

“…Online classes at an accredited college is an important part of my busy life. Illinois Central College has been a great way for me to attend college while working and taking care of my growing family. I would give ICC a high rating in quality and...” – Wendy from Mason City, IL

Yuba College
Marysville, CA

“…i had the best teachers and supporting staff. It is the best college i attended so far. They have iTV interation classes that works best and I can listen and watch the leacture as many times I want.” – Harpreet from Lincoln, CA

“…VWCC is a great resource for the Roanoke Valley. The campus is attractive and modern, and the curriculum and faculty are excellent. Best of all, they help keep costs in line!” – Kenneth from Roanoke, VA

“…North Shore Community college is a grate school to begin you academic career. They offer a MASS Transfer benefit that is worth looking into. You can cut 2 years of course work out (transfer as a junior) if you continue to a four year state college...” – Christen from Saugus, MA

“…Quaint, practical, intellectual @ bargain price” – JN from Rolla, MO

“…a great college that is academically challenging and passionately catholic. most of the professors that teach here, permanent or adjunct are top in their field of study and they very kind and willing to help whomever comes their way. the atmosphere...” – Catherine from Steubenville, OH

“…southern university is a great school. on a scale of one to ten i give them a eight. southern is helping pave the way for me to have a successful future.” – Jacynthia from Austin, TX

“…Hagerstown Community College is a nice, small campus. The people are nice and friendly. The professors are very informative and the classes are small.” – Katlyn from Clear Spring, MD

“…I really like going to Milwaukee area Technical College. The classes are reasonable. I am getting a good education. The college is close to my house. Some of my classes in my degree I can do on line.” – Dawn from South Milwaukee, WI

“…NCC is a great school to start at, especially of if you do not know what you want to do with your future yet. Has plenty of majors that allow you to expand you knowledge of the different areas to study in. Also is a worth every penny spent.” – Isaias from Stamford, CT

“…San Jacinto is an excellent college for duel credit students such as myself. It puts students in the position to take responsibility as young adults while still in high school. Overall, it is a good two year college as well.” – Ashley from Channelview, TX

“…this junior college is a wonderful experience for students who are just coming from high school or people who are wishing to continue there education. the environment gives you a feel of being in a main college campus classroom, but the ability to...” – Amanda from Sugar Land, TX

“…Naugatuck Valley Community College has many extra-curricular activities that are a fantastic supplement to the course-load. On campus activities and events (plays, concerts, performances, dances, etc.) happen regularly. Like with all colleges, there...” – Justin from Derby, CT

“…Has amazing teachers that actually care and strive to give you a true learning experience. The school offers many online classes giving you the ability to be flexible with school and a job, which is very important because it is a 2 year college.” – Frostburg, MD

“…indiana university-purdue university- fort wayne indiana is the perfect college for me. not only is the price right, it is close to home but also gives me the opportunity to be away from home. with all the educational degrees, it can be the perfect...” – Kaleigh from Mishawaka, IN

“…i really enjoy attending school here. its small enough that getting to know people throughout the year is easy. also, the opportunities available here are great! ” – anonymous

“…Gateway is a great school whether you're receiving an associate degree, a certificate, or just taking a class for fun. Gateway has a wide range of degree/certificate programs to satisfy different interests and career focuses. Since Gateway has...” – Megan from Mt. Pleasant, WI

“…Housatonic Community College is a 2 year college that offers certifications, degrees and transfer programs. The college is convenient to My home & public transportation. HCC is affordable & has an excellent reputation in my community. ” – Mathew from Shelton, CT

“…they are affordable, and effective. they have a small problem keeping up with the scholarships moneys that are incoming. it is a long process to get to see the correct person to make sure it gets documented in time to be of use. we had to pay for...” – Kendra from Conroe, TX

“…I love everything about this school. Teachers are very supportive and genuinely want you to succeed. The staff in general are very helpful and go above and beyond to make sure your taken care of.” – Jacqueline from Methuen, MA

“…My school so far has helped me accomplish so many things. I have learned how to write essays more effectively and develop clear coherent sentences. The teachers here are very helpful and attentive to the needs of the students” – Isaac from Baltimore, MD

“…gateway community college offers a decent learning environment with knowledgable professors. some of the courses are dumbed down a little due to the type of students that the college attracts, but there are still opportunities provided to get a...” – Daniel from New Haven, CT

“…Tunxis Community College is a well known community college that inspired many students to greater achievement in their community. Tunxis approached of ability based education helps student develop key areas that will make he/ she successful in the...” – Elysee from Bristol, CT

“…on a scale of 1 to 10; i would rate western at an 8. i absolutely love it there, the atmosphere, the people everything. i think they could use some improving on their wireless internet connections and the parking situation.” – Rachel from Houston, MN

“…enrollment has increased at tcc. the standards for all student are set high for success. weekend college has helped full time workers to enter college. ” – Renee from Ft. Worth, TX

Belmont College
Saint Clairsville, OH

“…Belmont College is an excellent local college. Belmont College students and faculty make you feel welcomed. You are truly accepted here at Belmont.” – Derek

“…Very helpful in helping students apply for financial aide. There are many adviser's that is very helpful in answering questions. Many teachers that takes their jobs seriously, and feels that it is very important for the students to learn. ” – Charlena from Detroit, MI

“…rate it a 10 because the professors are very helpful. you can actually print out your stuff without paying ten cents for it. the library will become your new best friend.” – Cassandra from Astoria, NY

“…I would rate Kingsborough Community College as a great college for students who love scenery and the ocean view. I could also say that this school provides a great educational experience, the utmost respectful staff of professors and a successful...” – Rhonda from South Richmond Hill, NY

“…waukesha county technical college has changed my life. the teachers and staff are so caring and understanding, they truly are there to help you succeed and achieve your goals. i rate wctc a 10/10!” – Stacey from New Berlin, WI

“…i am very happy with nwtc. i like all of my teachers, and the advisors are always willing to help. ” – Kristin from Sturgeon Bay, WI

“…i've really enjoyed continuing my education at longivew community college. it has been a good place to experience the transition between high school and college. you do have to work for your grades and attend class but it gives you a taste of the...” – Ashley from Lees Summit, MO

“…this is a welcoming college that offers great class selections and provides excellent teaching instructors. i especially like the fact that they offer such a variety of honors classes. i would reccomend this college to anyone. ” – Sara from Baltimore, MD

“…Pierce College Fort Steilacoom is a great school for anyone wanting to broaden their education. The school provides not only provides a vast variety of classes, but also the instructors truly care that you retain the information for your future...” – Joon from Lakewood, WA

“…The collage helps student to prepare to the university and to integrate smoothly into collage studies . The college instructors informative and helpful .” – Liron from Meriden, CT

“…tri-c is a good school to attend, even better if you have no idea what to do. tri-c will help student figure that out. they also help students not fall behind with many tutors. ” – Theresa from Lakewood, OH

“…Here at Nortwestern CT Community College there is a student population that transcends generations. Whether you're taking a course for continued education or starting out on your path for a degree Northwestern CT has something to offer you.” – All-Around CT Student

“…WITC is a fantastic school for both recent high school graduates and adults returning to school to advance their current skills or pursue a new degree. WITC has four campuses in NW Wisconsin that offer day, evening and online courses. WITC offers...” – Katherine from Frederic, WI

“…QVCC is small and the teacher to student ratio helps you get a lot of one on one help, which is very important. The faculty will help students by being flexible around their work schedules. They will also be flexible when it comes to deadlines. The...” – Stephanie from Ballouville, CT

“…i remember a lot of my fellow high school friends looking down at this community college because it wasn't those big universities but i can honestly say this is a great school. this school not only has great programs like their nursing one but...” – Mindy from Gales Ferry, CT

“…Southwest Tech has great instructors that are always wanting to see their students succeed. Southwest Tech also has a great support system. You can walk up to any of the instructors and they are always willing to help you out.”

“…The MOST AWESOME school experience. Just fantastic professors! Great student body and good learning environment. ” – Cale from Mont Vernon, NH