The Mighty Acorn Counseling
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The Mighty Acorn Counseling Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Robert Oaks, LPCC-S
  • Founded
  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Industry
  • Link
    The Mighty Acorn Counseling website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 6 reviews and is evolving.



CDCA in Columbus, OH
on April 16, 2022
I have been there 2 years and there are ups & downs as with all companies, however, my boss is understanding to my home situation and there is no job that allow a person to work from home the way they do for me. I am blessed to be where I am with a growing company.
Substance Abuse Counselor in BKC Marion Ohio
on October 18, 2021
I love my job at The Mighty Acorn Counseling. The staff are extremely helpful with any questions I may have and the management is very flexible and understanding when it comes to my personal needs for myself and my family. This job is very fulfilling and I wake up everyday knowing I have a reason to go to work and that is to help people in my community. No longer is my job just a paycheck, it has a purpose.
Administative Assistant in Columbus, OH
on October 18, 2021
I have been employed at TMAC since January of 2019 when our total staff was 7 team members. I began as a part-time CDCA, and as I progressed I began training new employees at our third location! At the start of the pandemic, all employees worked full-time from home, and when placed back in the office we were provided additional sanitizing and protective equipment. When I found out that I was pregnant with my daughter the company did not hesitate to provide any necessary accommodations such as time off, shift changes, and sick days. They even allowed for an extended maternal leave, including work-from-home hours of my previous administrative tasks. I currently work set days per week in our main office as our administrative assistant, aiding all of our office and telehealth programs! We communicate individually as well as in groups to best ensure the proper flow of communication and success for our staff (Which has more than doubled in the year!). While working in smaller companies is considered to be more challenging, I believe that it has allowed for a close family environment and focus on employees' individual needs, goals, and successes.
CDCA II in Columbus, OH
on October 18, 2021
I love my job with this company. They are extremely family oriented and understands the employees personal needs. I wouldn't work anywhere else. My bosses are great and I have been there 1 1/2 years. In a time of need they are always there for me. I have grown so much with the company and they have encouraged me to even grow more. The company itself is growing and I am so proud to be a part of that growth.
Business Manager in Columbus, OH
on October 18, 2021
I love my job and wouldn't trade it for the world. This company cares about everyone they help as patients and gives every person they hire a fair chance! They give raises after the first 90 days, as long as you do your job. They do not make their clinicians do billing. Most of the work is straightforward!

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