The workplace culture was very elitist. The expectations of management were very high. Employees were expected to know the program in-depth after a two-week training. The training was thorough; however, it did not equip you to work independently as a clinician as was expected immediately after training. Management placed clinicians with students too early in the process and then were hypercritical. Some supervisors were supportive and helpful, but most were condescending. This company may appear to pay well initially for part-time work, but the work pace is intense and demanding with unreasonable expectations. The company does not allow discipline of the clients in any way. I believe in positive reinforcement, but the children were often in charge, running through the building without shoes, eating through the sessions, bringing blankets and personal items, and working under the tables. This company caters to the elite! They charge very high prices and must keep the children entertained and willing to come back. Public school educators on summer vacation, BEWARE! You will know more and have more experience than most of the staff. However, your opinion will not be valued. In my opinion, this job is not for professional educators.