In my location, the pace is good. I'm fully booked all the time. I do my own schedule. The EMR is very simple. I'm very happy in this area.
We care for clients in an office in Austin, Texas. As a clinician, we each have 100% control over our schedule and create our own work/life balance based upon how many clients we want to see each week. So the pace can vary from part-time to full-time based upon your personal goals. We can take off for personal reasons and vacation anytime we desire. I can't think of a better work/life balance for a clinician!
Thriveworks is the WORST place to work. All the positive reviews you see are completed by current management and they bribe current employees to write them. The turn over is extremely high! They attempt to make it seem like it is an exciting place to work or that the people complaining about the work are just lazy but that is a downright lie. It's normal to have a digruntled former employee or two but to have so many negative reviews speaks more than anything! During the time I was there I saw them fire a women who had fixed an entire department for them one week after returning from maternity leave! I saw another woman walk out after they told her to move her surgery. The workload is excessive with no training given, they lie to their customers to protect themselves and avoid being sued. They have had many complaints filed to the BBB and now no longer have that credit...do your research and read all the reviews especially the negative ones!
The work can be fast paced at times but I have found the management to be very supportive, resourceful, caring, and approachable. The structure of the business makes scheduling and billing clients a breeze!
Answered - Senior Fellow Clinician (Current Employee) - Lynchburg, VA