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“We understand that it’s hard work but we’re really making a difference in peoples’ lives,” shares Victoria Klieforth, lead therapist at Rogers’ Appleton clinic. “I really like that we’re not in it alone. We have a clinical supervisor, an operations manager, and each other who have different life experiences. It’s really unique.”
Rogers would not be able to provide lifesaving care across the U.S. without a dedicated team of therapists who are heavily involved in patients’ care.
Laura John, clinical supervisor in Appleton, adds “While I’m given some backbone and structure to follow, I’m also allowed to inform clinical decisions.”
In the video above, hear more from Victoria and Laura about the role therapists play at Rogers and how they’re empowered to rise above in their career in psychiatric care.
For more information on careers at Rogers, including becoming a therapist, check out our careers page.
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