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Child Development Centers Senior Manager


Pathways LA is the single largest child care and early education resource for low income and vulnerable working families in metropolitan Los Angeles… CareerBuilder

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Mel Fetter
3 Ratings

    Very poor therapeutic environment

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    Current Employee - Inpatient Therapist in New Brockton, AL
    Current Employee - Inpatient Therapist in New Brockton, AL

    I have been working at Pathways Comm Behav Healthcare full-time (more than an year)


    You get to work with children that are in true need of therapeutic care in an open environment. You may be the one individual that touches a child's life that no one else has been able to manage in a therapeutic care setting.


    Very poor management. Upper management is uneducated and immoral enough to cause much more harm than good. Children that have "aged out" or completed their treatment plans are kept there depending on client census far more time that medically feasible so that their state benefits can be maxed out. After this travesty takes place the children are placed back with relatives that were the primary reason they were placed in an inpatient facility to begin with. Undertrained and non-college educated staff make the majority of clinical decisions which is detrimental to the care of these patients. I know for a fact one child was made a paraplegic for life through the severe and dangerous methods of restraint and blatant abuse within this facility. There is no room for employee advancement, training (especially in-service is a joke, and personal and professional growth is discouraged and systematically hindered at its worst).

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    Hire licensed professionals and multiple PH.Ds and M.D.s to consult with regarding the best care plans for these extremely at - risk youth. This would help fulfill your duty to do no harm. Cut back on the physical restraints and you will cripple less children and lessen the trauma that these children have already suffered throughout their short lives.

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