Dr. Breeze And The San Marcos Community Mental Health Center

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The Case of Dr. Breeze and the San Marcos Community Mental Health Center started when Dr. Breeze, a psychoanalyst and a previous director of Manford University’s Outreach Mental Health Services Department was hired to direct the new established San Marcos Community Mental Health Center. Upon his arrival to the newly established mental health center, Dr. Breeze found many things invalid. He decided to make changes to improved San Marcos Community Mental Health Center. For an example, as it stated “They have to build and maintain a staff, design programs, mediate internal disputes and conflicts, develop decision-making process, produced budgets, attend to logistical tasks, and maintain their facilities” (Jansson, 2014). After six months of changes, many of the staffs were divided into different groups and departments to service the different area of needs in the mental health center. However, due to Dr. Breeze major changes, a few primary staff members objected to Dr. Breeze changes. They took an offense of not having the ability to voice their ideas on the new mental health center changes. Therefore, those staff members went forward with action to make a complaint regarding Dr. Breeze changes. Admittedly, I identified the five stakeholder groups, their main responsibilities and the reason they wants Dr. Breeze to be fired, retained, or voted with complete confidence. In which, they are the Traditionalists, Insurgents, Citizen and Consumer Advisory Boards, and Advocates

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