Behavioral Health Works Reviews
Rating 3.89 out of 5 18 reviews
I have worked for this company for over a year now. At first, it was very disorganized due to its new opening in my region...but this company has come a long way! I am so proud to be an employee of this establishment, knowing that i make a difference to my clients' lives every single day.
Great people. Great supervisors. They really care about your success! If you have a problem, there is always someone there to help.
I would like to see more hours to bt’s who need it as well as more checking up on by your supervisor
Good job! Too bad it is too corporate. Things are handled through large bureaucratic nets, which slow things down or stop them altogether
Management needs to provide more training for employees, and make it easier to achieve full time status. Good student work.
This company gives you great experience and exposure. However, the work schedule is the difficult part. All clients family wants to run therapy at the same time so it is hard to take on more cases. However, management is excellent and this company goes above and beyond to support you. This company also provides great benefits if you are willing to grow in this company. The pay is average and I believe the pay should be more. Also the training should be longer and more hands on.
I have worked in Behavioral Health Works as an ABA therapist since January. I've enjoyed working with the company as I learned more about Behavioral Analysis, application, data intake, and collaboration. I have formed a wonderful relationship between the family and the children. They have taught me a lot about compassion, patience, and perseverance.
It is a big company but you feel like they really take care of you personally. They take care of any problem that there are and are very organized. They pay well and are great at communicating.
It's a great place to work as i am working on my BS degeree in psych and it is a great learning experince
I was hopeful to start working for BHW. The week-long training was very helpful and made me feel confident to start working with kids in their homes. Within a month of employment, I realized the enormous lack of communication from the supervisors and service teams. They're very strict on changing your availability, even if it's an emergency situation. The work itself is a fulfilling job, only if you enjoy working with young children.
Supervisors were always available to answer questions and help guide us with difficult clients. Hours were always all over the place and our shifts would be 2 hours max. We would have to drive within a 15 mile radius to each client and that was difficult.
My experience at Behavioral Health Works has been a positive one. I love working with my clients and seeing their improvement day in and day out. BHW is in the process of expanding their offices to be able to serve kiddos in many different areas.
It is a very rewarding place to work! I work as a Behavioral Therapist and I have encountered different kinds of kids. They're all super sweet and the experience is very rewarding, especially when you see them make progress in their goals. Sometimes, you may have to take matters in your own hands (for instance, getting new toys for the kids if they get bored of your current toys). Besides that, the position is very rewarding!
It is a good place to work. great environment for clients and families. family counseling is provided and each employees set a good atmosphere for each client to feel welcomed and feel safe.
I’m currently working as a behavioral therapist at this company. I’ve been here for the past two years, and I believe I am getting what I’m putting in. There were some issues last year with supervisors leaving. I think I’ve heard that our company works our supervisor’s a bit harder than other companies because we are contracted to work with the regional center which has a lot of clients but not enough funding. Therefore, I think they’re making that up with the work load. But it’s nice being able to work with families who wouldn’t normally be able to get the help and intervention they need.