February 21, 2014
overall a good place to workas a student intern completing doctoral field work, I was positioned on forensic units and non-forensic units. a typical day would include cognitive and neuropsychological intakes and reassessments of patients, counseling, chart reviews, and assisting in group work or computer cognitive retraining. I learned more about severe persistent mental illness from this work. Co-wokers were hard working employees, dedicated and always there to help. the hardest part of the job was the varying acuity levels. the most enjoyable part of the job, was the nature of the work itself.