A typical day of work consists of running multiple therapeutic groups with patients, which can be extremely enjoyable dependent on the group you have, then paperwork needs to be done including daily notes, incident reports, psychiatric notes, 15 minute checks. Do not expect any help from management, in any aspect of your job. Whether it is needing help with a restraint of a patient or covering breaks, management does not want to be bothered and they thoroughly remind their workers of that. However, the group of coworkers there are incredible, everyone pulls together and helps each other when they can, you become a small family. The hardest part of the job is the environment that you can be in some days, if you are not mentally prepared for 7-8 restraints a day, this job is not for you. But, the best part of this job is seeing individuals come in who truly want and need help and watching them leave a new, healthier and happier individual.