SpringHealth Employee Success Stories
At SpringHealth Behavioral Health & Integrated Care, we are committed to the development and growth of our employees. Many of our organization’s leaders started with the company in entry-level positions and have grown their careers through internal advancement and promotion. Every team member has a unique story about their path with SpringHealth. These differences lead to innovative ideas and better decisions that make us successful.
Below are some examples of success stories from our team members who have advanced their career at SpringHealth and have a story to tell.
Susan Finigan, State Director, joined SpringHealth in 2016 as a Behavior Therapist in Illinois. She was looking for a career where she could make an impact on the community, and she found that with SpringHealth.
At the time, she was the only Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in the state serving roughly 40 clients per month. In February 2019, she was promoted to State Director. Since she started, SpringHealth Illinois has grown to now employing more than 40 clinicians and serving more than 350 clients per month.
Susan enjoys the collaborative and trusting team at SpringHealth and the environment that fosters personal growth and independence. She states that “the growth and expansion we’ve seen in Illinois has been life changing for me as a clinician. I’ve gained a whole new skill set on the business side of things that allows to me to find new ways to reach families and clients that need services the most.”
RaShai Reynolds, Regional Director, joined the company in 2012 as a Behavior Clinician in Indianapolis, Indiana. As the first waiver services Behavior Clinician in Indiana, RaShai grew the location from serving three individuals in Indianapolis in 2012 to now having multiple clinicians throughout Indiana.
In 2016, RaShai was promoted to a Clinical Manager, and in 2017, she was promoted to State Director of Indiana. Her role expanded in 2019 as she began to also oversee the state of Kentucky. Finally, in 2020, she accepted her current role as Regional Director, overseeing Indiana, Kentucky, and Georgia.
RaShai enjoys the flexibility SpringHealth provides and being able to work in an environment where she can be truly authentic with her team. She also is proud to be among the many women in leadership at SpringHealth, stating “I am a woman and mother (among a lot of other things), and the fact that I can work and be engaged as a mother and wife, while having a career with the support and understanding of other women who have careers and aspirations is a tremendous opportunity that I do not take lightly nor for granted.”
We understand that no two people are the same. That is why we offer a variety of career paths for employees that fit their skillsets and career interests. Below is an example career path to demonstrate how you could grow with SpringHealth.
Career path opportunities may vary by location