Center for Behavioral Intervention

Center for Behavioral Intervention
Center for Behavioral Intervention 4345 Southwest 109th Avenue Beaverton, OR 97005

Center for Behavioral Intervention

Center for Behavioral Intervention is a Clinical Social Worker facility at 4345 Southwest 109th Avenue in Beaverton, OR.
Primary Specialty

Clinical Social Worker

Services Center for Behavioral Intervention offers the services of a Clinical Social Worker in Beaverton, OR 97005.

Contact Center for Behavioral Intervention to discuss any needs or concerns, or visit this location at 4345 Southwest 109th Avenue, Beaverton, OR 97005. For information about services offered, call Center for Behavioral Intervention at (503) 644-2772.
Consumer Feedback
(20 Reviews)
2.5 star average for Service
3.5 star average for Environment
2.5 star average for Expertise
2.5 star average for Staff
2 star average for Recommended
3.5 star average for Value
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Recent Reviews
I'm not actually a client but thought it important to advise that their building had a serious fire on 9/12/13 that has been determined to be arson.
They were extremely late to all my appointments. I always had to wait over an hour for them to show up. It was really disheartening to have not one of my questions answered. I was expecting a lot more answers, and got zero. I definitely don't trust their advice. They're only concerned about themselves. Whenever I called with a question or concern, the staff made me feel stupid for calling. I avoided calling because I didn't want to feel stupid. They didn't display their qualifications. It made me nervous. Greggal Steve Jensen who wrote a reply concerning a sexual offender he assessed but during such asessment he lied, enflamed information, used intimidation tactics, and acted like a child. This man who claims im a child molester is liekely a sexual offender himself. Further the evaluations are biased and outdated data was used to make this evaluation. This place should be diciplined for being biased in there reports. Further, the way they treat people especially ex-offenders is likely to cause them to re-offend, not solve the problem.
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Was the advice this counselor provided helpful?
Yes. The advice I was given helped me recover
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Did you leave the office feeling satisfied with your visit?
Did this counselor answer all of your questions?
None of my questions were answered
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Friendly Enough
Did you feel like this counselor genuinely listented to your perspective?
Yes, they listened to everything I had to say
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