Poor ethics and management not worth the emotional drain
I'm sure this is a nice place to work if you're in a cozy supervisory position where you're paid at least 10k+ more than front-line clinicians, but for those of us with caseloads of 90+ (read: everyone e), it was else, it's a nightmare. You may expect that I'd complain about the workload, but it was actually seeing my clients one after the other for - more...
opportunity for recent graduate to gain experience
destructive management, salaried employees will have to choose between working for free and good client care, drastic deviation from job description, emphasis on money, high turnover