With 430 total student responses (approx. 60% of total population), here are some highlights from this year’s Student and Client Satisfaction Survey:
- 87% said that Seneca staff appreciate my strengths, talents, and accomplishments.
- 84% said that Seneca Staff help me to share my ideas about my experiences and who I am.
- 81% said that Seneca Staff care about my culture, values, and beliefs and asks me questions about them.
- 91% said that Seneca Staff believe in me and my ability to achieve my goals.
- 85% said that I have say in choosing my own therapy or behavior goals.
- 77% said that I have met my therapy or behavior goals with the help of Seneca staff.
- 90% said that Seneca staff believe I can do well, even when things are hard.
- 88% said that Seneca staff make time to have fun with me.
“I feel pretty good. I do have to say I have learned a lot more since I came to Seneca, so friends and relationships have been going pretty good.”
“I feel a lot more conscious about my actions and how I perceive my relationships. I now understand what a healthy relationship looks like and should feel like overall.”
“I haven't really fought with my little brother much and I have more friends than usual.”
“I am able to say my words better to my friends.”
“I've been able to excel greatly in school because I've been more on-task and focused."
“I have a lot of friends and I work really hard with my schoolwork. Sometimes schoolwork can be hard, but I still try my best.”
“I am able to manage my feelings, stay in class and do all my work without problems. I feel connected with my school community.”
“[My therapist] has helped me with how to be safe and that there are positives that I can look forward to.”
“I am better at telling people when I am angry.”
“Well, I got better with my anger issues. Now when I get mad I walk away or when I'm playing I just take a deep breath. Also, my behavior in class is good, getting better and I'm grateful that I have my therapist.”
“I have learned new methods to cope with my stress and sudden sadness, like counting in my head and using meditation to calm myself down.”