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Desired Industry: Counseling SpiderID: 10558
Desired Job Location: Plymouh, Massachusetts Date Posted: 12/29/2006
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 35,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
• Knowledge of authorizing insurance, IVRS and Revs.
• May 2006 CAGS Lesley University, Cambridge.
• August 2004 passed the License Mental Health Counseling Exam.


• 11 years of clinical experience counseling children who have experienced trauma related to domestic violence.
• 11 years of clinical experience doing family therapy.


• 11 years of experience working with children and their families.


Experience:
Family Continuity Program, Hyannis, MA. September 2005- Present
Individual Staff Clinician Outpatient Clinic
9/05-5/06 - Adjustment counselor
One day a week at Sturgis Charter High School conducting individual sessions with the students.

9/05-presesnt - Individual Staff Clinician
Conducting biopsychosocial assessments, completing TOPS forms.
Responsible for both individual and family therapy with children and adults as a home based therapist. Working with children who are experiencing Trauma Reactive Behaviors, Depression, Anxiety, MR, Psychosis, abuse and neglect and placement issues.

Arbour Counseling, Rockland, MA. September 2005 – May 2006.
Child and Adult Individual Therapist
Primary responsibility is to do individual therapy family therapy with children and adults with major mental illness.


South Shore Women’s Center, Kingston, MA. April 2003 – May 2006.
Child and Adolescent Clinician.
Doing individual and family therapy with children and families who have been affected by domestic violence. Utilizing the approaches of play therapy as well as Cognitive/Behavior therapy with children ages 4 years – 18 years of age. Conducting Healthy Issues groups for High School Girls on the South Shore. Participation in community outreach through participation in the following initiatives: Plymouth Community Round Table, Teen Pregnancy Consortium, and the Multidisciplinary Assessment Team.

South Bay Early Intervention, Lowell, MA. September 2002 – December 2002
Clinical Psychologist.
Screening and assessing children birth to three years of age to determine if they are eligible to receive early intervention services. Utilizing both the Michigan and the Mullin in making eligibility determinations. Working with children who are at risk of developmental disabilities in the following areas (emotional, cognitive, fine motor, gross motor, language and self help skills) and their families. I was responsible for making home visits, setting up Individual Family Service Plan with the family and carrying out the goals of that plan through play therapy with the children and sessions with the parents to help them with dealing with their children’s disabilities.

Department of Social Services, Chelsea MA. November 2000 – April 2002:
Ongoing Social Worker.
Provide diagnostic assessments and case management for clients; including substance abuse, family issues and employment issues. Working with children who have been sexually abused, physically abused and neglected. Providing services to Children in Need of Services (CHINS) cases. Working with the courts on issues of truancy with children seventeen years-of-age and younger. I was responsible for doing care and protections and have a wide array of knowledge regarding the Juvenile Justice System in Boston. Cambridge, Chelsea, Fitchburg, Lowell and Leominster.

Department of Social Services, Chelsea MA. January 1999 – November 2000:
Kinship Social Worker.
Kinship Social Workers are responsible for all the same tasks as an ongoing social worker in addition top the following: conducting home studies for families wishing to have kinship relatives in their homes and running MAPP trainings.

Department of Social Services, Chelsea MA. June 1993 – January 1999:
Ongoing Social Worker.
Provide diagnostic assessments and case management for clients; including substance abuse, family issues and employment issues. Working with children who have been sexually abused, physically abused and neglected. Providing services to Children in Need of Services (CHINS) cases. Working with the courts on issues of truancy with children seventeen years-of-age and younger. I was responsible for doing care and protections and have a wide array of knowledge regarding the Juvenile Justice System in Boston. Cambridge, Chelsea, Fitchburg, Lowell and Leominster.

Epilepsy Association of Massachusetts, Boston, MA. Fall 1992 – Spring 1993:
Mental Health Clinician.
Design and create an individual and group-counseling program for clients that have Epilepsy. Keeping and maintaining a filing system and computer system for all clients’ records. Providing individual counseling for clients that are having a hard time finding employment, housing and companionship due to their disability. Working with clients in a group setting that have issues of loneliness, depression and suicidality.


Education:
CAGS, Mental Health Counseling - Lesley University, Cambridge MA. May 2006
M.S., Mental Health Counseling - Suffolk University, Boston, MA. May 1993.
B.A., Psychology – University of Massachusetts at Lowell, Lowell, MA. May 1998.
A.A., Psychology – Bunker Hill Community College, Boston, MA. May1988.



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