Detroit Behavioral Institute Careers and Employment
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Salary estimated from 23 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
What is the best part of working at the company?Nothing ,building not secure, had non nursing personnel accepting patients supervisor didn't help What is the most stressful part about working at the company?The environment and staff not willing to move around where needed What is the work environment and culture like at the company?Mostly of one particular culture
NURSE MANAGER in 12 ml & Ryan
on November 6, 2022
Most of the staff were not trained in behavioral health and did not provide therapeutic interventions that were needed to help change behavior. Staff were not trained in behavioral health and had inappropriate interactions with clients. The focus was not on assisting clients in learning how to cope with their situation and look forward to a positive outcome.
Behavioral Associate II in Detroit, MI
on September 3, 2022
Behavioral Health Associate in Detroit, MI
on February 13, 2022
Great kids for the most part, you have some out of the ordinary cases. Mainly upper management and supervisors that are the issue.My experience here so far is great. The job itself is fine, unprofessional at times. Some staff treat the residents as friends rather than being a mentor to them. Gossip runs wild, it seems like the residents know more about staff's business than the staff know. There are some supervisors and "office" staff who I adore and some who I think are ridiculously unprofessional. Relationships within the ...
Overall DBI is a great place to work. They have competitive wages and benefits. It promotes a team atmosphere and welcomes feedback from employees.
Administrative in Detroit, MI
on November 4, 2021
A lot of hours of looking for a big check. Staff was fun to work with. Mandatory shifts was not cool. Sometimes I had to work 16 hours on the last day of the week.
Youth Specialist in Detroit, MI
on January 22, 2021
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