I loved the colleagues I worked with and learned from them, management ignored concerns, took things personally, workplace was toxic due to micro management. The hardest part of the job was being unable to help clients because clinician case loads were incredibly high and staying on top of the workload as well as providing quality care was impossible. Yet the agency was continuously enrolling new clients adding more clients to the already over 100 client case loads. High turn over is another hard part of the job because it is more than losing a team member, it is losing a friend, and family member. As if that isn't hard enough remaining clinicians need to take on more roles and more responsibilities to compensate for lack of clinicians.
Toxic environment, extremely high caseloads, high turn over, have to compensate for lack of clinicians, not all managers are licensed due to this it is hard to obtain licensure supervision, low pay