Clinical Social work, Program Development Management - Healthcare Resu
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Clinical Social work, Program Development/Management Resume

Desired Industry: Healthcare SpiderID: 80725
Desired Job Location: Rosedale, Maryland Date Posted: 3/5/2018
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage:
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes

Seasoned, compassionate, and goal-driven professional, offering more than 25 years of experience and well-honed skills in designing, managing, and providing customized and culturally sensitive social work services and treatments within various clinical settings
Experienced with crisis intervention, psychosocial assessment, case management, peer counseling support, medical evaluation, intervention and therapy, clinical judgment, and client- and family-focused services. Highly organized and efficient at managing large caseloads; dedicated to providing appropriate clinical intervention and care to clients, including military personnel and veterans as well as their families. Effective motivator and advocate, with the ability to manage all types of personalities in a highly stressful and challenging environment. Accustomed to creating a positive work environment; able to work closely with and provide leadership to a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals

AmeriCorps NCCC Atlantic Region, Baltimore, MD
Clinical Counselor | Case Manager 2010–Present
Serve as clinical counselor and case manager for more than 400 Corp members and team leaders deployed throughout the United States
Develop and implement Health and Wellness programs, while facilitating training related to health and wellness, mental illness, substance abuse and group dynamics, and communication
Provide individual and group counseling to members and team leaders, including identification of stress- related illnesses, crisis prevention and intervention, peer counseling support, conflict resolution, and communication skills
Work as part of an interdisciplinary team to support team leaders and corps members throughout the United States
Develop specialty role training and serves as staff facilitator to health and wellness liaisons and team trainers to provide peer helping model related to recovery, communication, identification of stress induced illness, mental illness, and substance use disorders
Conduct and coordinate all initial medical and mental health screenings to determine applicant’s fitness to serve, including knowledge of psychiatric medications and case management needs
Facilitate the review of mental health and substance abuse histories of applicants, as well as applicants with learning disabilities and those who require more intensive intervention and care coordination during their service year
Participate in medical review board with a team of 10 other national campus counselors, nursing consultants and region directors
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with community agencies, institutions, and individuals to facilitate the coordination of care for members.
Serve as consultant to leadership regarding all health and wellness concerns affecting members’ behavior and performance
Facilitate open consultations and communications with members who serve on teams regarding emotional and physical health status
Continuously assess member’s quality of life needs and develop and provide trainings to support members throughout the year including stress management, peer led trainings, mental health awareness, health education, and resource management and self-care strategies during deployment cycles
Design and implement health and well-being, as well as Meyers Briggs, and communication and leadership skills training; along with mental health first aid and peer support trainings and deployment preparation briefings
Create and execute emergency services plan of care for the entire Corps, while developing response utilized nationwide
Demonstrate ability to provide 24/7 telephonic support to members and their team leaders, including resource management and confidential referrals to medical and mental health providers
Expertly handle the Sexual Assault Program Intervention and Training to all Corps members, while rendering counseling and referral services
Provide clinical supervision to new unlicensed clinician
Develop system of care, including intensive care management services for Corps members deployed nationwide, including partnering with medical personnel, as well as obtaining mental health and substance abuse services, housing, and Life after AmeriCorps options post service year

Master of Social Work: Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology: University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

Certified Mental Health First Aid Instructor (2012–Present)
Licensed Clinical Social Worker: Commonwealth of Virginia (Valid Until: Jun 2018)
Licensed-Certified Clinical Social Worker: State of Maryland (Valid until Oct 2018)
Certified Social Work Supervisor: State of Maryland and Virginia
Certified Federal EEOC Counselor: New Counselor Training
Certified Instructor for Mental Health First Aid (Adult and Youth)
Certified Juvenile Forensic Evaluator: State of Virginia
Myers Briggs Training and Certification Certification (2010–Present)

Problem Solving and Critical Thinking – strong capability to comprehensively evaluate issues and problems to formulate strategic solutions to complex situations; as well as in fully utilizing logic and reasoning to assess strengths and weaknesses of solutions, conclusions, and approaches
Group Collaboration and Teamwork – adeptness in managing group dynamics, as well as in motivating and performing with high-caliber teams of professionals to deliver exceptional results; aptitude to provide guidance and assistance to others to support organizational goals
Interpersonal Relations Management – ability to build and strengthen positive work relationships with individuals of diverse backgrounds to support business operations
Written and Verbal Communication – proficiency in delivering ideas and thoughts in a clear and concise manner, as well as in interfacing with various individuals
Resourcefulness and Versatility – expertise in adapting to challenging and fast-paced working environments, performing tasks and functions and utilizing available resources to complete assigned duties and functions

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