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Licensed Clinical Social Worker Resume


Desired Industry: Healthcare SpiderID: 69458
Desired Job Location: Flagstaff, Arizona Date Posted: 7/18/2013
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 60000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Versatile, accomplished, and talented
licensed clinical social worker with
several years of broad-based and direct
clinical experience in providing
therapeutic intervention for children,
adolescents, and adults experiencing a
variety of presenting problems.

Skilled at working effectively within a
variety of settings including inpatient
acute care psychiatric, outpatient
behavioral health, and hospice care.
Experienced at providing therapeutic
interventions for clients with
depression, suicidality, anxiety, acute
and chronic trauma, chronic mental
illness, mood problems related to
medical diagnoses, grief and loss,
relationship problems and phase of life
issues. Known for proven record of
reliability with the commitment to
accomplish all tasks and optimize
productivity while maintaining high
quality of care. Articulate in verbal
and written communication; along with
the ability to quickly establish rapport
with clients.


Experience:

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

FLAGSTAFF MEDICAL CENTER BEHAVIORAL
HEALTH–INPATIENT AND OUTPATIENT PROGRAM
- Flagstaff, AZ 2003–Present
Program Counselor II

- Offer individual, couples,
family, and group psychotherapy
component of inpatient adolescent as
well as adult psychiatric program to
patients and families with various acute
care needs.
- Conduct detailed assessment of
psychosocial functioning and needs of
inpatients and their families.
- Develop and implement
individualized treatment plans by
closely collaborating with
multidisciplinary team.
- Proficiently facilitate
psychological education to inpatient and
outpatient adolescent, adult patients,
and their families.
- Carry out outpatient
psychodiagnostic assessments by
utilizing Diagnostic and Statistical
Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth
Edition-Text Revision (DSM-IV-TR)
criteria and diagnoses.
- Display reliability in handling
outpatient therapy caseload of children,
adolescents, and adults.
- Demonstrate proficiency in
conducting trauma assessments using
standardized measures such as Child
Behavior Checklist (CBCL), Child Sexual
Behavior Inventory (CSBI), and Trauma
Symptom Checklist for Children (TSCC).
- Implement evidence-based
treatments including Cognitive-
Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Eye
Movement Desensitization and
Reprocessing (EMDR).
- Provide trauma therapy to adult
survivors of sexual abuse and assault as
well as to child trauma victims.
Key Highlights:
- Conceptualized and facilitated
educational presentation regarding EMDR
to the Coconino County Family Advocacy
Council and County Attorney’s Office
which aided in coordinating legal
advocacy with therapeutic intervention.
- Received National Association of
Social Workers (NASW) Social Worker of
the Year in 2009 at Arizona Branch 3.

THE HOPI GUIDANCE CENTER ON THE HOPI
INDIAN RESERVATION - Second Mesa, AZ
2001–2003
Behavioral Health Therapist

- Exemplified expertise in dealing
with client caseload of children,
adolescents, and adults with various
mental health and substance use
disorders.
- Performed thorough assessments
of mental health crisis situations and
offered appropriate interventions
covering lethality assessments, safety
planning, and or facilitation of
inpatient psychiatric placement as
necessary.
- Developed and facilitated
community presentations adhering to
center’s mission of outreach and
education.
- Conducted DSM-IV-TR diagnostic
assessments and provided psychotherapy
to individuals, families, and groups.
Key Highlight:
- Established and directed
Policies and Procedures Committee that
supported the hospital toward the Joint
Commission on Accreditation of
Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)
recognition.



EARLIER CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

HOSPICE OF DAYTON - Dayton, OH 1998–
2000
Bereavement Counselor


Education:
EDUCATION

Master of Social Work, Clinical
Concentration: 1998 - The Ohio State
University, Columbus, OH

Bachelor of Arts in Social Work: 1996 -
Wright State University, Fairborn, OH

Associate of Arts, with Emphasis on
Psychology: 1993 - Sinclair Community
College, Dayton, OH


Affiliations:
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Skills:
CORE COMPETENCIES

Psychodiagnostic Assessment
Evidenced-Based Treatments
Psychological Education
Crisis Intervention
Multidisciplinary Collaboration
Community Presentation


Additional Information:

LICENSES

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
- State of Florida: 2013
- State of Arizona: 2004

Certified Independent Social Worker
- State of Arizona (Automatically
converted to LCSW by State of Arizona):
2001–2004

Licensed Independent Social Worker
- State of Ohio: 2000



PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

Eye Movement Desensitization and
Reprocessing (EMDR) Certification: In
Progress
Certificate of Completion in the two-
part EMDR Basic Training: 2010



CULTURAL DIVERSITY

Developed and facilitated 6-day workshop
on children’s bereavement issues in
Zambia: 2007
Resided on the remote Hopi Indian
Reservation: 2001–2003
Social Work Study Abroad Program in
India: 1998


Reference:
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