This institution strives to be something it clearly is not: a respectable University that turns out prepared clinicians. Lately, there appears to be pressure to build profit and revenue by expanding its student enrollment. Because of this, there is a chaotic and unstructured culture which, unfortunately, the staff and students suffer. Decisions are being made when plans and structure are not properly in place. Policies and rules change at on a case-by-case basis, leaving many individuals confused and uninformed. There appears to be a trickle down theory, both in economics and leadership, where the Sr. Administration benefits and where that same leadership often transgress faculty and staff frustrations back onto the faculty and staff - without taking a look at themselves and to understand how their leadership is affective. There is an inherent sense of Sr. Leadership keeping the institution's image more of a priority than it's students, faculty, and staff.
Adler School of Professional Psychology "Mental Health" 1:40
Adler School of Professional Psychology