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What is the most stressful part about working at Turning Point Treatment Center?

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This job is very stressful, as their is no help or supervision, NO PROPER Training. The staff splitting, gossip and favoritism makes your job to work as a team impossible, and it all starts with Management. The Client's are so frustrated, anxious and angry because its more than obvious their concerns are not being taken seriously. The drug use, weapons, threats and the fact that this goes on all the time is insanity, I have never in my 13 years worked for a company so unorganized, unjust, unprofessional and absolutely hateful to one another. Its a Circus, and they love it.

Answered - Counselor (Former Employee) - Franklin, PA

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All of it. Get rid of Management start over they might have a chance. There is such an enormous lack of professionalism it's disturbing

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The expectations that administration has on counselors to get done in 1 week. 10 hours of group, 8 individual session, bio psychosocial, discharges, insurance reviews, treatment plans, setting up after care, notes/documentation, lack of staff to ask for assistance, and you have to schedule your days off when no one else is off because there's not enough staff to cover groups if 2 people are off at the same time.

Answered - Counselor (Former Employee) - Franklin, PA

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