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5 days ago

Licensed Outpatient Bilingual Mental Health Therapist

Family Preservation Services, Inc Fairfax, VA

Mental Health counselor to provide mental health assessment, therapy, and case management services to adults. The candidate must be competent in… CareerBuilder


5 days ago

Outpatient Mental Health Therapist

Family Preservation Services, Inc Fairfax, VA

Family Preservation Services, Inc. seeks a licensed or licensed-eligible masters level clinician for outpatient services. The services to be provided… CareerBuilder


5 days ago

Therapeutic Day Treatment Counselor and Coordinators

Family Preservation Services, Inc Rocky Mount, VA

include acting as liaison to school staff, reviewing clinical records, assessing clients and providing clinical supervision. Requirements • A… CareerBuilder


5 days ago

Regional Director

Family Preservation Services, Inc Danville, VA

of this position are operational, developmental and clinical leadership in accordance with FPS of Virginia policy, procedure and… CareerBuilder


Family Preservation Services Reviews

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    Values money over people

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    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Regional Management
    Current Employee - Regional Management

    I have been working at Family Preservation Services full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    The counseling field is a very meaningful area of work. Developing relationships in the community and among co-workers is a plus.

    Cons

    Executive Leadership values money over clinical integrity. The push is to grow/sell with little emphasis on managing the clinical aspect of programs. Leadership often hires based on friendships. Inequality of pay among people in similar positions. It is difficult to maintain a positive work-life balance at this company. Very little is spent on developing staff through trainings or education.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    State Leadership should develop employee morale. Practice what you preach--FPS is a strengths based agency but leadership does not focus on the strengths of their staff, they only focus on the weaknesses. Very little respect is given to staff by State Leadership. Lots of turn over among Regional Management.

    Doesn't Recommend
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