Quality Counseling has received hundreds of excellent reviews over the last decade. They literally fill entire binders. What follows is a selection of the most recent ones.

I enjoy all of the different aspects it entails. The most challenging aspect is time management and prioritizing. There is always room for growth and knowledge at Quality Counseling. I started as a caseworker fresh out of college and gained experience that led me into an administrative position. When dealing with clients, you need to be able to see the window of opportunity and know how to get through it. If you like a challenge and are up for constant change and growth, this is the field for you. Anita (2023)

I enjoy being able to help others. Being a resource for our clients. Helping them get through tough points in their lives.

I would say the most challenging aspect is working through different emotions with adults and children.

The benefit of working with Quality Counseling is seeing the success of different families. Being able to get them back into the same home safely.

Since working for Quality Counseling, I was able to use my ethical training with clients. Ensuring not to get too involved, but also showing concern and empathy for their situation in a professional manner.

I feel that working for Quality Counseling in my training helps me provide for our clients and makes a difference in their situation. I try and answer every question for our clients and give them any information that is needed for their success. If there is something I don’t know I have a team that I am comfortable going to for that information.

If you are passionate about helping others, this position is for you. Ericka (2023)

Within my position as a caseworker, I truly enjoy working with clients to better their parenting skills and strengthen the relationships they share with their children. I enjoy knowing that I have a long-term positive influence on families.

The most challenging aspect of my position is not being able to make decisions that are duties of DCS workers and judges. I have witnessed circumstances in which family preservation has been decided when I believed child removal should have taken place and vice versa. Being the frontline worker, my position is to report progress and safety hazards, but sometimes it gets challenging when I don’t get to be the decision maker.

A few of the many benefits of working at Quality Counseling include self-fulfillment through helping families, development of personal and professional skills, and preparation for future career endeavors. I am able to gain experience in my desired field while still being able to positively influence both children and adults.

I feel as though I have grown both professionally and personally in the short amount of time I have been at Quality Counseling. College prepared me for this type of career, but it wasn’t until I was in the field myself that I felt as though I was truly capable making a difference in children’s lives.

I am thrilled that my job allows me to make a positive impact on clients and contribute to the successes of my community. I work with clients for an on-going amount of time to help them develop life skills, find housing, employment, and become better parents and humans. By teaching adults the correct way to parent, they are then raising more stable and rational children that will affect the community for generations to come.

The best advice I can give to someone considering entering the caseworker field is to walk in knowing that not every client will take well to the help. We try our absolute best to help every person, but it is ultimately up to the client to make the necessary changes within themselves. There are far more successes than failures, but the failures can still be difficult to manage. Miranda (2023)

I love making a difference in the community I live in. Being an agent of positivity and change in the lives of families. I love seeing the kiddos and babies. I love empowering women and mothers and young ladies. I love being responsible for the safety of our future (our kids). I like educating on a different way of being.

It is challenging working with the legal system and all the opinions of others LOL. However, I do remind myself we are all on the same team. I struggle with over advocating.

The benefits are working in an industry that is actively helping families in our community. I have a career and not just making “sprockets.”

I started as a caseworker and received on the job trainings. Advanced to team leader and then senior supervisor. I was not aware of the opportunity for CADAC II licensure until Quality informed me of the process and now, I can lead SA Groups. Promoting within is the Quality way.

This is a calling, not a job.  I would suggest having a love of people and children.  Having a lot of patience, empty, and understanding would be helpful coming into this vocation. Tabitha (2023)

What I enjoy most about my position is having the ability to interact with and welcome all individuals served within our agency as well as those within their teams. I get to have the ability to provide them with their first experience of our agency and help to make them feel welcome.  

The most challenging aspect of my role is being a substitute for a secondary position. I have always tried to live by the philosophy of “Do you want it done right or do you just want it done?” I would much rather take the time to add my name to something done right and with quality rather than just getting it done because I am trying to complete two positions at the same time.  

A benefit of working at Quality Counseling is to witness first-hand the quality of expectations and work performed. It makes it easy to see how what we do impacts the quality experience our individuals receive. It provides encouragement for self-reflection and a desire to improve in the quality of my own life. 

I have grown both professionally and personally through the training and experience I have acquired. Although it is difficult for me to see, I know we all learn new things each day and this field sometimes each hour. My family also offers their occasional input on some changes they see in me as well. 

I always felt that I was meant to serve. Although I didn’t always know what I wanted to do or what I liked that would make me an effective servant, the position here allows me to see a variety of needs. This can offer a way to maybe say “That’s what I want to do.”  

The advice I would give others who are considering entering this field is it is not easy. It is not for those who are just looking for a paycheck. We are here to assist others in their daily needs. We meet them where they are, not where we are. If you choose to enter anyway, have a solid support system and a positive self-care regimen that can be done easily and daily. Brandy (2023)

“It has been a wonderful experience working with Quality Counseling.” Katelyn (2023)

“Thank you for all you have done for me.” Rachel (2022)

“Thank you for giving me the opportunity to work here.” Bryce (2022)

“I am very grateful for the opportunity to work here and tried to make a change in our clients’ lives.” Ralph (2022)

“I greatly valued the time I had at Quality. I truly enjoyed the people I worked with. I always found that my questions and concerns were taken seriously.” Sarah (2022)

“Thank you for your help and guidance during my employment with Quality Counseling. I wish the company and all its employees much success in coming years.” Krystal (2022)

“Thank you for the opportunity to work at your wonderful establishment. Thank you for the opportunity and best wishes.” Emma (2022)

“Thank you for the opportunity to be involved in improving family’s lives and children’s welfare in this community. I appreciate the time, support and understanding, and wish everyone the best.” Rachel (2022)

“Thank you so much for the opportunity to work in this position. I’ve greatly enjoyed and appreciated the opportunities I’ve had to grow clinically and personally while in this position. I’ve learned to work with a variety of different clinical populations, while also stepping out of my comfort zone. I appreciate all the knowledge and opportunities that you have provided me with. All of which I will take with me throughout my career. I wish the company continued success and hope to stay in touch in the future.” Marva (2022)

“I enjoyed the 2 years that I have worked here and am appreciative of being hired straight out of college with no experience whatsoever and being fully trained to be a caseworker and even a supervisor. I will take what I learned here to my other jobs and hopefully work with Quality in the future in my new role.” Colby (2022)

“Thank you for giving me the opportunity to work in this position. I appreciate all of the opportunities you have given me.” Makia (2022)

“Thank you for the invaluable experience and opportunity to work for Quality Counseling and all the staff in every office.” Morgan (2022)

“I am grateful for the opportunities I have had personally and professionally during this last year. I have enjoyed working for this company and have nothing but positive things that have come from this experience.” Brandi (2022)

“I have learned more than I thought I would about myself, and what it takes to be a good caseworker. I thank you for the opportunity to work and grow with you over the last couple of years.” Quentin (2022)

“I am grateful and appreciative person for the opportunity that was given to me.” Kyra (2022)

“I thank you for the opportunity presented to me by your agency and for the skills that I have learned as a caseworker.” Kristy (2022)

“I appreciate the opportunity to work in this position and the professional and personal growth this position has given me.” Brittney (2022)

“I am so grateful. Know that I am keeping you all in my thoughts.” Tesia (2022)

“I am grateful for the opportunity and have learned so much and gained so much experience at Quality Counseling.” Payton (2021)

“Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to work for this company. I have enjoyed working with all of you.” Jessica (2021)

“I have nothing but appreciation for you guys. All of my bosses and coworkers have been nothing but nice to me and I am grateful for that.” Andy (2021)

“It was a great learning experience, thank you for the opportunity.” Taylor (2021)

“Thank you for everything you have taught me and your confidence in me.” Ashton (2021)

“I appreciate the opportunity for growth during my time with your agency.” Renae (2021)

“I would like to thank you for the opportunity to gain experience through this position. I have obtained a lot of knowledge from this experience. Tesia has been especially helpful as she is very knowledgeable.” Tabeth (2021)

“I greatly appreciate the opportunity I was given to work at Quality Counseling. I am wishing this company continued success.” Jade (2021)

“Thank you for the support and learning opportunities.” Kenisha (2021)

“I am thankful for the opportunity that you have given me and the experience I have gained along the way.” Brenda (2021)

“I appreciate the opportunity to learn with your company. I appreciate the role you and the company have played in my growth on a personal and professional level.” La’Nomi (2021)

“Thank you so much for teaching me so many different things here at Quality Counseling. I enjoyed learning about your agency’s different services such as Supervised visitations and Home-based case work services. Also, while in Reception, it has better helped me stay on top of different things and keep my organization skills on point. Being fresh out of college can be tough and I am very thankful that you guys worked with me to better myself in Social Work services.” Kennedy (2020)

“I thank you for all of the opportunities provided through my employment. I will carry these lessons throughout the rest of my career. I wish you all continued success.” Madison (2020)

“I wanted to thank you for the opportunities and experience that I have gained from my time at Quality Counseling.” Nicolette (2020)

“The opportunity you gave me to work for this company assisted me with figuring out what I would like to do with the rest of my working career. I thank you greatly for all you have taught me and I hope that you understand my choice to leave at this time. I am truly grateful for you taking a chance on me and believing in me.” Samantha (2020)

“I appreciate the opportunity you have given me to be part of your team. The team of individuals who work at Quality Counseling have made it enjoyable to be part of your company. I have benefited from the wisdom you have shared with me.” Kit (2020)

“Thank you for the professional and personal development opportunities you have provide me during my time with Quality Counseling, as well as your guidance and support.” Victoria (2020)

“I have a lot of admiration and respect for those that do this job. I will say it is harder and more demanding than DCS.” Bobbi (2020)

“Thank you for have given me this opportunity to grow personally and professionally.” Georgiana (2019)

“I would like to thank you for the opportunity to work for your company and I have learned a great deal that I will carry with me in my future career. It has been a pleasure working with you and your team. I wish you and the rest of the staff all the best.” Sara (2019)

“I thank you for the opportunity to work alongside a knowledgeable team that equipped me with skills necessary to further develop into a well-rounded working member of society. I wish the company a successful and profitable future.” Yusra (2019)

“I am grateful for all of the support and opportunities provided during my time here and I deeply appreciate all of the valuable experiences and development I have incurred. I wish you and Quality Counseling success in every endeavor.” Garren (2019)

“I would like to thank Quality Counseling for allowing me the opportunity to be part of your team. I wish you all continued success.” Beverly (2019)

“I appreciate your support over the course of my employment. I value the experience, training, and knowledge I gained over the past 6 years.” Maria (2019)

“Thank you so much for the opportunity to work in this position. I’ve greatly enjoyed and appreciated the opportunities I’ve had to work with our clients. I wish the company continued success, and I hope to stay in touch in the future.” MaKayla (2019)

“It was a great pleasure working with you and your team. I wish you and the rest of the staff all the best” Sara (2019)

“Working in this organization has been an enjoyable learning experience. It has been a pleasure working with all of you. I wish all of you the very best of times and hope that you will have a bright and growing future.” Maria (2019)

“I have sincerely enjoyed my time at Quality Counseling. With your guidance and mentorship, this position has been one of the most rewarding experiences in my life. I will greatly miss my co-workers. I have worked alongside some excellent colleagues, and have had many opportunities to grow and develop in my career field. I am deeply appreciative of the numerous opportunities to build skills and grow as a therapist. I feel better prepared to face my next position’s challenges. I look forward to reconnecting in the future.” Emilee (2018)

“You have been very good to me. I’m appreciative and thankful for the opportunities you have provided me with. I have very much enjoyed working at Quality Counseling.” Taia (2018)

“During my time at Quality Counseling, I have been extremely fortunate to grow and learn within my position. Your guidance as well as the support of the clinical team has helped me become more assertive and confident professionally and personally. Thank you again for the opportunity to work for Quality Counseling. I wish you and the Quality Counseling staff all the best and I look forward to staying in touch with you.” Kaitlyn (2018)

“I thank you for the experience and opportunity.” Margaret (2017)

“I have for the most part been satisfied with my time at Quality Counseling. I would like to thank you for the learning and opportunities that I enjoyed during my time here.” Melvin (2017)

“I enjoyed my time employed here and would recommend the experience to anyone looking for a fair and rewarding job.” Cora (2017)

“I want to thank you greatly for the opportunity that you provided for me. I wish you all the best” Margaret (2017)

“It has been a pleasure working with this company. I’ve gained a lot of knowledge working here.” Yessica (2017)

“I appreciate the experience that you have given me. Thank you.” Molly (2017)