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Mental Health Associate (Former Employee), San Marcos, TXFebruary 10, 2014
Management is distant, disregards needs of employees and/or does not care.
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Good people to work with
Support (Former Employee), San Marcos, TXMay 29, 2013
Pros: great co-workers
Cons: no cons
Lots of holiday themed parties for the residents
Employees genuinely care about residents
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stressful environment
Mental Health Associate (shift charge) (Current Employee), San Marcos, TXOctober 22, 2012
Pros: free breakfast and lunch. lots of overtime.
Cons: no breaks, stressful environment and not enough pay.
learned how to thoroughly write and communicate effectively.
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Exciting, hard work, had great and dedicated staff. Culturally diverse.
Center Supervisor/ Residential Coordinator (Former Employee), San Marcos, TXApril 18, 2012
Pros: active, staff, the environment, the kids we worked with.
Cons: advancement ability, the schedule.
This was probably the single most educational job I had. It built the foundation for every job I had. There was not a behavioral health issue I did not see or had to address. As a workplace environment your teams would evenly divide work, we knew when someone was having a hard day and would keep that in mind when scheduling the shifts responsibilities. – more... We celebrated events and I think it was the most intimate environment in terms of knowing who worked with. The hardest part was working with a youth that had to be physically held and maintaining an emotional cushion to not be affected at the time of the hold or other special treatment intervention. I still think of those youth, their experiences and trauma that brought them to the facility. – less