I need to learn more about position in your field. I didn't graduate cause I went to the military at the age of 17 and after training I was going to go to complete education at night . But then I got shipped over seas and never completed it. And when I got out of the service, and put some applications in and got a really good job within 2 weeks after I got out . I had that job for 10 years until they closed up .and it's been a roller coaster every since. But I always keep a job even if it was something I didn't like. I have a lot of skills in different fields from learning at different jobs.
I’m looking for a position in human services ! I’ve been out of work for 10 years due to car accident but now I need to get back into the community! I have several years of counseling , case management , advocacy , benefits advisement sand worked with clients with all disabilities! Team player and love people !
Be cautious. Doing your job well and even going above and beyond does not ensure you will have a job the next day. On the positive side, working with this population and building rapport with clients in a residential setting is an asset to the therspeutic process. The mixture of roles with leading groups , having individual sessions and family therapy was a wonderful experience. Case loads are often very full, which is not a problem... until you get sick or injured and have to miss a few days. This then throws everything out of balance since there is no backup for staff. Become an inconvenience once and even with a dr excuse, you will be let go. Clients-great. No job security or respect and appreciation for the staff.
I'm a graduate of teenchallenge,im a graduate of tcmi bible college,i was a house manager for a recovery home in Antioch ca,,im looking for recovery place to work or teach or volunteer,,teacher or councelor..
Am seeking employment in your Fellowship as Students' Counselor (Emotional & Spiritual Matter). I will love to apply whenever such vacancy is available
Hello everyone, My name is Angela. I have read many of your responses and keep you all in my prayers that you find decent employment with benefits. We all know there are a lot of "unfairness" in the world of work. Please do not sell yourself short. I graduated from UT Tyler on May 6, 2017. I received my Masters's of Arts in Clinical Mental Health & Counseling. I will be testing on June 2, 2017 for my National Exam (NCE) for Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). I am looking for an LPC-I position in the Dallas area or somewhere close to Tyler. I would appreciate if someone would give me guidance or let me know what you know out there in the community. Thank you so much for reading my post. I am currently licensed as an LCDC (Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor), also. God Bless.