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In-home therapy clinician (Current Employee), Haverhill, MAJuly 21, 2014
Lahey Health Behavioral Services has some benefits. When it merged with Lahey, the company became less personal and more corporate.
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efficient and highly organized
Intake Coordinator/Medical Interpreter (Former Employee), lawrence, maJuly 16, 2014
extremely busy, I work at a steady pace, but usually complete work in advance of the deadline
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the best in-home program to work for
In-Home Therapy Clinician (Current Employee), BeverlyMay 12, 2014
Pros: supportive work environment, great supervisors, flexible work hours
Cons: lots of time spent driving (obviously)
All of the supervisors are awesome, helpful, and supportive. Co-workers are friendly and knowledgeable; there's a definite "team" vibe (weekly team meetings and 2 hours of group supervision a month). The FFS rate here is better than most other agencies offering IHT, the salaried rate is the standard $40,000/yr. The amount of paperwork is standard for – more... the field, it's definitely not overwhelming. There are many IHT jobs out there (in MA) and I believe that this is one of the best programs to work in (far better than south bay, arbour, elliott, etc). The population served are families from all over the north shore and across the socioeconomic spectrum. – less
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Experience, Diversity, Support, Adaptability
Case Manager (Current Employee), Haverhill, MAFebruary 28, 2014
Pros: supervision, salaried positions
Cons: productivity quota
There is no typical day at work. In Home Therapy teams will work with identified children ages 4-22 in families of all cultures. I have learned to work in a Team, to quickly adapt to new situations and to work closely with Clinicians and follow their goals for the families. My co-workers are the best part of the job, I feel very supported and we have – more... fun together despite the intense nature of the job. As a Therapeutic Training and Support Worker I assist Clinicians in In Home Therapy Sessions, attend meetings, court ect. with the families. The hardest part of the job is the productivity quota that must be filled each month. – less
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All about filling a bed
RS (Current Employee), DanversJanuary 16, 2014
Pros: close to home
Cons: too many to list.
Been there for over 10 years. This is NOT about clients' welfare or their recovery from addiction. ANYTIME OF THE DAY, these young adults are watching tv, there is NO therapy or "treatment" going on at all! And the pay scale is menial and miserly. Upper management does not support the floor staff when there is a danger.

January 25, 2014

I agree! Worked for this company, as well years ago. And yes, you are right about everything. Therapy does not exist in this company.

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good people and food there
Clinician, MED (Former Employee), Lawrence, MAJuly 25, 2013
Pros: free food
Cons: bad administration people and cheap
Its an okay company to work for, but needs improvements. The management communication goes back on their word, and then does not follow through with what she says. people can be fake.
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Welcoming work atmosphere
Therapeutic Mentor (Current Employee), Beverly, MAJune 20, 2013
Pros: flexible schedule, work with wonderful children and youth
Cons: schedule can be inconsistent depending on whether youth cancel or are sick
A typical day includes visiting 1-2 youth and taking them into the community to work work on goals implemented by the individuals therapist.
I learned how to handle crisis, how to collaborate with multiple procidors, and how to work with the individual as well as their family.
Management is always friendly and helpful with any questions big or small – more... and ready to give advice and input.
Fellow employees are friendly and approachable.
The hardest part of the job would be times when I knew the individuals I was working with were suffering in ways I was unable to help.
The most rewarding part was when the youth made steps toward thier goals, whether big or small, it was an affirmation that I was there for a reason. – less
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Rewarding
Therapeutic Mentor (Current Employee), Haverhill, MAJune 18, 2013
Pros: amazing supervisors and co-workers, working with a different cultures.
Cons: having to drive everyday for a long period of time, not getting paid salary, working fee for service.
I work with school aged children who suffer from a mental disorder and/or behavioral.

I usually work out in the community with them. Helping the children with certain goals that their therapist has set for them.

We have a period of time to complete each goal and see progress in these goals.

The most enjoyable part of this job is seeing each client – more... grown in their personal development. Making a difference in a persons life is very rewarding. – less