Therapeutic Day Treatment Counselor (Current Employee) – Norfolk, VA – September 2, 2017
It is a good company to work for if you are new in the field but struggles to maintain competitive pay for employees as they age with company. They provide adequate training and positive managerial support but the intensity of the case loads do not match compensation.
TDT Counselor/IIH Counselor (Current Employee) – Franklin, VA – March 9, 2015
Management is professional and knowledgeable about materials involving daily tasks and requirements. I learn new things everyday regarding medicaid and activities to enhance each clients skills. I enjoy interacting with my coworkers and collaborating with resourceful staff regularly.
Billing Associate (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – April 22, 2013
experience was not the greatest but learned alot about billing. not to many postive things to say management was not always fair most enjoyable was learning about the billing and insurances co workers were ok. The hardest was trying to get the insurance companies to pay the bills.
Lpn (Former Employee) – Meadows, IL – December 5, 2017
I liked the people I worked with I was really sad and stressful to see clients leave due to lack of funds/insurance To have 2 nurses dosing was a luxury The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to teach clients about health how to improve
Behavioral Specialist (Former Employee) – Belle Haven, VA – September 11, 2015
Therapeutic Interventions was my first job after graduating college. I learned a lot about billing, writing service notes and plans. I would arrive to school in the morning or Day-Treatment services, which included monitoring clients and providing intervention. In the evening I managed an after-school program for student with remedial and behavioral concerns.
LMHP-E/Day Treatment/ Intensive In-Home Counselor (Current Employee) – Belle Haven, VA – January 13, 2016
typical day at work can be very challenging and overwhelming, but I enjoy helping others. Great agency to work for. I have learned that there are many individuals who are seeking mental health services but do not have the proper tools or knowledge to gain these supportive services.
Qualified Mental Health Professional (Current Employee) – Exmore, VA – February 19, 2013
Great job. A typical work day depends on what position you have. A Day Treatment Counselor will be in school with the clients from 7am to 3pm. However, a Intensive In-Home Counselor and Mental Health Counselor will have more flexibility in going to the client's homes.