Pros: regular supervision, flex time, training opportunities
Cons: long hours, untraditional schedule, unstable and often too large of a case load
Most positions require either an on-call rotation or 24/7 on-call to your families with weekends off. Case load can vary between positions, running from 4-7. Balancing paper work expectations, collaboration with collaterals, session prep, and the stress of multiple families with personal time/life can be challenging. Extensive driving can be required depending on the distance of families from one another as well as your home. Supervisors and leadership staff are supportive and regular tranings and supervision opportunities are provided.