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  • CEO
    William Altom
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  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $25M to $100M (USD)
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  • Headquarters
    1600 Aldersgate Rd Littl...
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Behavioral Instructor in Little Rock, AR
on May 25, 2021
Mfh filmore location is beyond messy. Management is unprofessional and can’t uphold expectations they set for BI’s. A lot of unnecessary drama that interferes with work and work ethics. Pay does not match work.
Behavioral Instructor in Bono, AR
on August 9, 2022
There is times the kids listen and it’s a good day. Then there is times when the kids don’t listen and they hit, scream or throw things. But overall it’s a good job
Staff in Little Rock, AR
on February 18, 2022
This job is very stressful. You will always be under staffed. Without support it can be overwhelming. You do not get paid what you should be paid.
Qualified Behavioral Health Provider in Little Rock, AR
on January 24, 2022
Do not work here. Pay is below most places you could find. McDonalds pays more. As a BI at day treatment you make less than BI’s at other locations though you bill on your clients while no other locations do. Management and therapists only care about making their paycheck and offer no support to fellow employees. I often felt gaslighted by management and therapists in my position as a BI for feelings of no support or lack of progress with a client. They often overlook or disregard physical and verbal threats made by clients. The management does not do anything to advocate for their employees. Coworkers at day treatment location are supportive of each other but that only goes so far when there is no backing of the support from management and the therapist. They over emphasize the teaching family model which works with only a fraction of the client and they expect you to be experts in it and get “certified” even though that certification means nothing for you within Methodist (no pay raise or title change) and would not matter to literally any other employer. Managers claim breaks are available and if you need a timeout you can take one, but this only happens if there happens to be a pool staff which is rare, and when you do take a break, it is treated as an inconvenience for everyone. I have never worked in such an unhealthy and unsupported environment and for it to be a place that serves mental health makes that a HUGE issue. Don’t waste your time applying.
RN in Bono, AR
on January 19, 2022
If you value your license I'd suggest looking elsewhere. Low pay. Very stressful job. The clients are very aggressive and disrespectful. They will hit you, kick you, spit on you and call you every name in the book. Management does nothing to help. Very dangerous situation if you value your license.

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What is your greatest accomplishment ? What do you admire most about humans? How will you be a good fit for this position? What is your greatest challenge?

Shared on July 8, 2022

They talk a lot during the interview and don’t ask very many questions they asked what we admire most in others and have a very short list of questions because they will hire anyone since very rarely anyone applies or stays or takes the job

Shared on May 30, 2022

They asked how I would react in certain crisis situations and about my experience working with children and in mental health.

Shared on May 7, 2019


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