We’re thrilled that you’re a member of this active community and hope that you’re enjoying Triad. Now that you’ve had some time to explore the community, we’d like to take this opportunity to get to know you a little bit better.
One of the many helpful Triad features is your member profile. This profile allows you to provide information specific to you, your experience, your therapeutic approach, and more. Some of the great benefits to completing your profile are:
- You can receive interesting and relevant job opportunities, whether full-time, part-time, or side gigs.
- You can view more curated content for you, so you're always up to date on what is happening in your field.
- You can supply important information that will allow us to learn more about you and will help us build better, targeted, and more efficient tools and resources to help save you time, so you can focus on your patients.
Fill out your profile, stand out from the crowd
Additionally, there is a measurable, visible impact that a completed profile (those like Theo’s) can make in the community versus those that have not yet been completed (like Emma’s). You can see that difference here:
A completed profile stands out in the Triad community and helps attract the attention of prospective employers, networking professionals, and like-minded members.
To add more details to your profile, go to Jobs Marketplace in the main menu, then click on Profile. You can click on Edit to update some basic information such as your name, location, professional field, or license number. You can also add more about your specific work experiences. You can find a detailed How-To with pictures for filling out your profile here.
Complete your Triad member profile by September 26th and be entered to win a $100.00 Amazon gift card!
We’re excited to hear more from and about you and to help you connect with other mental and behavioral health professionals and employers! If you have any questions, please reach out to us at email@example.com or by clicking the chat icon in the lower left corner of the community.