Residential Treatment Specialist, Chicago, IL - December 1, 2017
This is a good job for someone fresh to the mental and behavioral health field. Clients will challenge you and give you the opportunity to learn different skills. Co Workers are great and supportive, some of the management suck. They are not on the units often and undermine what you say. The clients behave as expected. The pay is not great but their is plenty of OT available to earn extra money. The holidays are always nice and feel very family oriented, the staff go over and beyond to cook great meals, plan activities, and host beautiful gatherings. Staff supports quickly and effectively when Staff Assistance is called, which helps to keep you safe and confident. Not a bad place to start out and learn skills.