Take my story with a grain of salt, but for me, it was just about applying to units. I graduated in Dec., passed boards first week in Feb. and was looking for jobs the whole time. Often I didn't even get an email that the units applied to declined me for interviews. As just would have it I applied to a lymphoma/leukemia floor and got a surprise call with phone interview on the spot. The interviewer called me in to interview with the nurse manager then a second interview with my recruiter. During this time I had another interview for another unit at the same hospital but much preferred this position. Got the job offer a couple weeks later. So, that's a long winded way of saying just apply, IMO. You have more RN experience than I do, even if it is in psych. Aside from that it can be a crap shoot about getting an interview. Myself I interview well and am very confident and that goes a long way. The hard part was just getting the interview. Best of luck in your job search.