Mental Health - Counseling Resume Search
Mental Health - Counseling Resume Search
My Spider Scam Awareness Contacting Us F. A. Q.
 
Job Seekers
Search Jobs
Browse Jobs
Post a Resume
Job Alerts
 
Employers
Search Resumes
Browse Resumes
Post a Job

Mental Health Resume


Desired Industry: Counseling SpiderID: 73738
Desired Job Location: Greensboro, North Carolina Date Posted: 10/16/2014
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 30 days from offer
Desired Wage: $60,000 - $65,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Obtain employment in the Human Services field allowing for my use of clinical expertise.


Experience:
1/12 – Present, Director of Crisis Services
• Provide individual/group clinical supervision to Master’s level interns.
• Oversee all functions of Mobile Crisis Management and Hospital Transition Team.
• Provide 24/7 clinical and administrative support to field staff and supervisors.
• Develop and provide in-house trainings to staff in order to increase their overall scope of knowledge.
• Provide educational presentations to the community upon request.

Assistant Director of Mobile Crisis
• Oversee all clinical elements of Mobile Crisis.
• Provide 24/7 clinical support to field staff utilizing a rotating on call schedule.
• Develop trainings in order to provide clinical education in the community.
• Provide ongoing education to Mobile Crisis staff for professional development.

Hospital Crisis Team
• Provide crisis assessments for patients who have presented to the Emergency Department for mental health reasons.
• Provide brief supportive therapy utilizing multiple therapeutic models.
• Provide education regarding mental illness to both patients and medical staff.
• Provide clinical case management.
• Seek placement for patients requiring inpatient psychiatric treatment or detoxification services.
• Assist patients in accessing resources in the community through the provision of referrals.
• Assist patients in developing crisis plans in order to prevent future mental health crisis.

2/09 – 1/12, Case Manager (QP)
Assertive Community Treatment Team (Guilford County)
• Provide symptom monitoring and medication assessment to SPMI consumers as assigned..
• Provide symptom education to consumers and family members.
• Attend daily clinical staffing of SPMI consumers to discuss treatment planning and service provision needs.
• Develop Person Centered Plans with consumer and their support system to include annual and 90 day reviews.
• Perform case management services as needed with specific focus on housing needs.
• Complete timely documentation of all services rendered.
• Provide crisis intervention to include mental status exams, lethality assessments, and initiation of involuntary commitment proceedings as needed, and staffing of 24/7/365 on call phone.
• Assist in the supervision of Bachelor’s level interns.

Community Support/Community Support Team
• Link and refer adult consumers to evaluation, treatment, educational, vocational, residential and health services within the community.
• Provide education to consumers and family members regarding mental illness, symptoms and levels of available treatment.
• Provide comprehensive functional assessment of consumer’s treatment/rehabilitation needs to include the development of an individualized Person-Centered Plan.
• Provide advocacy for consumers through assisting them and their family members in identifying natural community supports.
• Provide First Responder services on a rotating basis for 24/7/365 coverage.

Mobile Crisis (Alamance/Caswell County)
• Provide community-based crisis/confidential screening, triage and referral services to both indigent and private pay consumers seeking adult and child mental health, substance abuse and developmental disabilities care in Alamance and Caswell counties.
• Provide assessment, consultation and assistance with placement and involuntary commitment processes
• Assess consumers for need of detoxification or facility-based crisis services.
• Provide follow up to services provided to ensure adequate linkage to community resources.

Assertive Community Treatment Team (Alamance/Caswell/Rockingham Counties) – MSW Field Placement from 8/09 – 5/10
• Facilitated a coping skills group for SPMI consumers on a weekly basis.
• Provided symptom monitoring and medication assessment to SPMI consumers as assigned.
• Attended daily clinical staffing of SPMI consumers to discuss treatment planning and service provision needs.
• Developed Person Centered Plans with consumer and their support system to include annual and 90 day reviews.
• Performed case management services as needed.
• Provided crisis intervention to include mental status exams, lethality assessments, and initiation of involuntary commitment proceedings as needed.

3/08 – 2/09, Community Support Manager/Crisis Services
• Review/process consumer referrals and supervise admission procedures and processes.
• Assure that Person Centered Plans meet all standards set by all regulatory agencies and are completed in specified time requirements.
• Provide regular supervision to a staff of 2 Qualified Professionals and 3 Paraprofessionals.
• Maintain statistics related to admissions, discharges and changes in consumer status with regard to Community Support Services.
• Act as an agency representative in the community and facilitate public relations and contacts.
• Provide on going on call crisis backup to staff.
• Ensure all staff have received orientation and job related training.
• Provide crisis/confidential screening, triage and referral services to both indigent and private pay consumers seeking adult and child mental health, substance abuse and developmental disabilities care in Chatham County.

6/07 – 4/09, Emergency Coordinator
• After hours on call to Person County Memorial Hospital for mental health and substance abuse crisis consultation for adults and children and adolescents living in a rural community and presenting with mental health crisis concerns.
• Provide assessment, consultation and assistance with placement, involuntary commitment processes, and initial authorization if the consumer requires inpatient treatment.

9/06 – 3/08, Community Support Coordinator (QP)
• Provide case management to a caseload of approximately 15 high risk children and adolescents as well as SPMI adults living in a rural community.
• Provide comprehensive functional assessment of consumer’s treatment/rehabilitation needs to include the development of an individualized Person-Centered Plan.
• Link consumers to evaluation, treatment, educational, vocational, residential and health services and facilitate regularly scheduled Child/Family Treatment Team meetings.
• Provide Supervision of AP’s and PP’s and maintain written documentation of regular supervision meetings.
• Provide advocacy for consumers through assisting them and their family members in identifying natural community supports.
• Provide First Responder services on a rotating basis for 24/7/365 coverage.

07/02 – 9/06, Human Services Clinical Counselor II
• Provide crisis/confidential screening, triage and referral services to both indigent and private pay consumers seeking adult and child mental health, substance abuse and developmental disabilities care in Chatham County.
• Responsible for medication follow-ups for current/active consumers.
• Responsible for coordinating follow-up care to people returning to Chatham County following a psychiatric hospitalization.
• Make referrals to various agencies including psychiatric hospitalization.
• Provide case consultation with the Chatham County jail to assist in proper care and treatment of mentally ill inmates.
• Maintain a small caseload of consumers, providing a range of clinical modalities including individual, couples, and family therapy.

12/98 – 09/00, Substance Abuse Counselor II
• Provided individual, group and family counseling to a caseload of up to 60 substance abusing adolescents in Chatham County.
• Responsible for in depth screening, evaluation, admission assessment and diagnoses of adolescent substance abusers using questionnaire and diagnostic interview.
• Responsible for case management for consumers on case load which involved referrals to and interactions with the schools, courts, family members, Department of Social Services, and Vocational Rehabilitation.
• Responsible for completion of all chart work in a timely manner.
• Attended clinical case review and administrative staff meetings.

03/97 – 12/98, Substance Abuse Counselor I
• Provided individual, group and family counseling for adult substance abusers within a residential treatment setting.
• Provided walk-in/crisis services including triage, referral, and treatment to adult substance abusers within an out patient setting.
• Responsible for the case load of 25 adolescent substance abuse and high risk out patient consumers located at two agency sites which includes: assessment, treatment planning, crisis intervention, case support, inter-agency and out side of agency referral, individual group and family therapy, and discharge planning.
• Provision of consultation services to direct care staff as needed.

11/95 - 03/97, Special Projects Coordinator/Case Manager
• Responsible for a caseload of up to 7 adult indigent consumers living in a halfway house setting who were dually diagnosed or had psychological disorders: needs assessment, 1:1 crisis intervention, supportive accompaniment, problem solving and mediation.
• Supervision of indigent adult substance abuse detoxification unit to include, intake, monitoring clients for delirium tremens and other dangerous withdrawal signs, taking regular vital signs, medication administration, regular inventory of controlled substances, regular maintenance of the unit, and 1:1 crisis intervention.
• In charge of special projects such as Medicare travel logs, grant writing, monthly billing, and collections preparation.

05/95 – 11/95, Counselor I
• Responsible for overseeing the health and safety of approximately 12 high risk adolescent girls in an outdoor therapeutic setting including work projects, 1:1 therapeutic interventions, recreational activities, team meetings, and daily group processing.

5/94 – 5/95, Health Care Technician
• Supervision of indigent adult dually diagnosed consumers living in a halfway house to include transportation to recovery related meetings and appointments, medication administration, team communication, in house drug testing and breathalyzer screening, and 1:1 crisis intervention.


Education:
North Carolina State University, MSW
Elon University, BA – Major: Human Services,Minor: Theatre Arts



Affiliations:
National Association of Social Workers


Skills:
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Crisis Intervention
Wellness Management Recovery
Motivational Interviewing
Advanced Clinical Supervision
North Carolina Interventions A & B
First Aid/CPR
All training requirements met for QP status through Assertive Community Treatment Team and Community Support Team service definition
Proficient in multiple computer applications to include Excel, Word, Power Point and medical records data base technology.



Reference:
Available upon request.


Candidate Contact Information:
JobSpider.com has chosen not to make contact information available on this page.
Click "Contact Candidate" to send this candidate a response.


    





© 2019 Job Spider
Privacy Policy | CC Marketing Sites | Site Map | Links