Mental Health Worker (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – December 29, 2015
A typical day consisted of receiving report from the previous shift before identifying the types of groups that will be held during that day. The day would be pretty busy especially treating the population. The clients were homeless, mentally ill, and drug addicted. At any moment a small situation could escalate into something major which could involve placing a person in 4 point restraints to prevent harm to oneself or another. I've learned that everyone is unique and they cannot be identified by their mental status. The most enjoyable part of the job was engaging the clients in therapeutic discussions that will help them learn something about themselves. The hardest part of the job was trying to offer a 1:1 therapy session and being pulled away to do an admission just when we were making a breakthrough.
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – December 2, 2015
management is unorganized .they constantly change the rules and operating procedures and do not inform the staff until they try to reprimand you for not following the rules. department is ill-equipped understaffed and poorly trained
alot of real world street exp. a few good knowlegeable people in the dept.
Medical Records Analyst (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 15, 2012
My job functions are continuously busy, I learned how to assemble and analyze a discharged patient medical chart. I work with one other co-worker on the weekends. I enjoy my job very much because it keeps me busy throughout the entire day.
Therapist (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – November 21, 2013
Meet with people with drug and alcohol problem, and mental health issues for theapy. assisted them in treatments with the 30 day duration.Compled all paperwork required by the state,city and the agency.