Staff Spotlight: Helping Clients Feel Good
A Little Kindness Goes A Long Way
From our front desk, Aracelly has learned the power that small acts of kindness can have to uplift someone who is struggling. She notes that it’s ok not to be ok, and some of our clients do face days when they are not ok when they arrive at KYC.
Many of our clients deal with complex challenges with their mental, emotional, or physical health, sometimes complicated even further by difficulty accessing reliable transportation. When you add in paperwork and financial responsibilities, a visit to any kind of care provider can be stressful.
Aracelly recognizes and appreciates that everyone who steps in our front door faces their own set of challenges, and helps each person with a smile. She knows that sometimes even the most frustrated client needs just one person to treat them with kindness and patience, and we are thankful that she can be that one person for them.
Small Kindnesses and Great Accomplishments
Aracelly’s favorite part about working at KYC is getting to work with incredible people each day. She sees first-hand how our team can deeply impact the lives of our clients in positive ways. She has seen clients who were truly distressed, feeling completely lost, or even in crisis, slowly start to change and blossom into healthier, happier individuals. When our clients receive the care they need from every person they meet at KYC, we help them start to feel good so that they can do better.
Thank you, Aracelly, for your compassion and dedication to our clients, and thank you for the reminder that small kindnesses can lead to great accomplishments in wellness and recovery. KYC is grateful for the many ways that our compassionate team members support each client’s wellness everyday.
KYC is thankful to be a place that helps people feel good, do better, and find solutions. Part of helping people feel good is ensuring that each of our clients feel welcome, appreciated, respected, and worthy of care. We’re thankful to have wonderful staff members like Aracelly, who does all this and more each day for our clients.
Aracelly, Client Services Representative, has been welcoming visitors to KYC’s Elk Grove Village office for over six years. A job that she thought would last a few months has now spanned over half of a decade, and we’re continually thankful for her dedication to our clients and to the KYC team.
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