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Fee For Service Therapist (Former Employee), Port St. Lucie, FLNovember 28, 2012
Pros: flexible schedules
Cons: no benefits, too much driving, constant change, no strucutre; constant pay mishaps
This would be a phenomenal job if upper management was on the same page. The mission of company is priceless; however, the dynamics of this company are questionable. Upper management appears to be driven from money vs reported mission. As a past therapist, the job was worthwhile; however due to the dysfunction in management, un-necessary stress was – more... given. A lot of people are in positions that they are not capable of handling at both the outpatient and residential settings. The shelter in Jensen runs smoothly, but shelter in Vero is a joke. No structure is noted at this setting and the agency runs on "crisis mode" 24/7. No support given to therapist in the field. No benefits given and structure in outpatient programs are constantly changing leaving children with constant therapist changes. Seriously not worth the stress! – less
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Career strengthening opportunity.
Mental Health Counselor (Former Employee), Treasure Coast of FloridaAugust 23, 2012
Pros: scehdule flexibility.
Cons: no benifits for fee for service therapists
Typical day: 5-6 appointments daily with clients in the community; set appointments for the next day.
Learning: Mental health services delivery in a community setting; use of a medical computer data system
Management: Professional and knowledgeable
Co-workers: Professional, knowledgeable and collaborative
Hardest part of job: involving parents and caregivers – more... to be involved in counseling
Most enjoyable part of job: helping children reach their potential – less