Therapists did horrible jobs. Couldn't figure out how, why, etc. Just seemed like they scrapped the barrel of FBTs that had bad job histories, and most I find hard to believe they were qualified. My office closed, as did many in my area. Clients were under-served, and co-workers pressured colleagues to also do less. It was just not why or what someone wants to deal with in social work. It breaks you down knowing that clients are not getting what they sign up for, and then these same clients get the blame for their families - and I just could not personally live with that. Sure I spoke up, and that places you on the chopping block anyway. But management, their experience was so outdated, that they had no clinical value either. The smarter they knew you were just made it harder too. So, there was not way to grow with this company other than some of the training, but again, since most of it was case lessons, you cannot learn from just people who do not know FBT, CBT, DBT, and so on. It was a joke. I think most colleagues just were teachers who could not pass their certification test but qualified for the work. Seeing 'therapy' being run like a bad in kid in a classroom had me leave.
You lose your skills.