Aging management and workforce population bring multiple overlapping daily personal issues to the table that impede client treatment goals:
1) mental health (e.g., gender identity disorder, unresolved internal conflict, stress of supporting addicted family member, loneliness, emotional dysregulation, professional ethics rebellion, interpersonal boundary violations, under-educated, lack of qualified chain-of-command supervision, anti-Christian, anti-diversity, anti-law-enforcement, etc.)
2) recovery (e.g., cravings, anger mgmt, aggression, frustration, distorted thinking patterns, low self-esteem, depression/anxiety, lack of continuing rehabilitation, etc.)
3) physical health concerns (e.g., age-related medical issues such as menopause, poor dentition disrupting communication, adult ADD, Alzheimer's, short-term memory loss, inability to focus, lack of self-care, etc.).
Internal culture heavily influenced by 1930's top-down verbal/non-documented/legacy model with employee-client relations built on shared addiction experience rather than implementation of prosocial skills, updated education and training best practices.
Excellent computer software and hardware
Aging undereducated management/administrative workforce