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Mental Health Medical

Vallejo, California, United States
May 24, 2018

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Home: 707-***-**** Cell: 707-***-****


My mission is to use my educational and life experience to uplifting others and communities.



University of Southern California-USC, Los Angeles, CA, United States

BACHELOR OF ARTS: Social Work 2013

Tabor College, Hillsboro, KS, United States

Minor in Psychology, Member of NASW and Social Work Club


Interviewed and prepared clinical/administrative documentation for diverse populations with mental illness, criminal behavior, substance abuse, domestic violence, and homelessness in inpatient and outpatient settings

Prepared assessments, maintained confidential records, treatment plans, legal/ progress status reports, and makes appropriate referrals to community agencies.

Provided counseling services on rehabilitation, grief resolutions, social functioning, assist parents/families with effective parenting and coping skills

Worked under supervision of professional staff, participated on multidisciplinary collaborative team, performed ongoing case management and linkage of services to community agencies, provided support services to enhance mental/emotional stability, taught independent living skills, experienced working with children/adolescents and adults, provided various public human relations services, transported clients/patients/victims, continues to obtain education, conducted various groups, and assisted with crisis interventions.

Experienced with regulatory policies and funding, Managed Care and Medicaid system, mandated reporting and confidentiality laws, school system, dual diagnosed and diverse socio-economic populations and oppressed communities

BLS Certified



San Francisco, CA

Medical Social Worker 11/2017-4/2018

Provide patient education on treatment options and helped coordinate services needed after discharge, such as medical equipment. Arranged grief counseling and other mental health services for patients (and the families of patients) who have chronic or serious illnesses. As part of the health care team, I provided assessments and appropriate interventions to aid the patient in achieving optimum recovery/rehabilitation and quality of life.


Fairfield, CA

Mental Health Clinician 08/2016-10/2017

Provided direct and indirect mental health services in outpatient clinics, home settings and with diverse community agencies and groups; functions as a member of a multi-disciplinary team for handling of scheduled and unscheduled clients; performs an initial client intake and assessment and develops and carries out treatment plans and makes referrals for a wide range of assigned child and adult clients, including case management for the chronically mentally ill; Prepared complete and detailed documentation of client visits and other required reports; Maintaining organized and accurate records conferences and charting audits and approval of client treatment plans.

Family Support Worker 08/2015-08/2016

Developed and maintained client programs and recorded documentation according to contract and standards. Provided education, appropriate modeling techniques and several other supportive services as outlined in service plans developed by Clinicians. Assisted Clinicians in family assessments and provided case management services. Provided collateral services for families of clients to work through barriers in achieving client goals. Worked directly with clients providing individual rehab services as well as supporting client with working towards their goals.

Social Services Associate 10/2013-04/2016

Taught and supervised good child/parent relationship; Served as a neutral third party in arranging safe contact between children and parents; Reduced the risks of violence and/or abuse to children and adult victims; Structured interactions and interventions for parents and children in building healthful relationships; Assisted in providing survivors and children a peace of mind, safety, and protection ensuring that no one would be harmed, manipulated, or abducted; Provided as witness to non-custodial parents against false allegations; Provided client-focused attention and positive reinforcement between child

STAND! For Families Free of Violence

Concord, CA

Community Education Coordinator

Coordinated and implemented curriculum for Promoting Gender Respect to middle school aged males in Contra Costa County. Facilitated meetings with community members as well as school staff to implement services in reducing violence. Supervise volunteers and youth to co-facilitate support groups and deliver presentations on preventing teen dating violence (TDV), sexual harassment, and domestic violence in the communities and schools.

Aldea Children and Family Services

Napa, CA

Residential Behavioral Treatment Counselor 10/2013-01/2015

Supervise clients to ensure their health & safety. Provide a physically and emotionally safe living environment. Identify and assign household chores and duties. Provide a clean and safe living environment. Shop, plan, and prepare healthy meals. Schedule and transport to medical and dental appointments. Review and manage client’s good health practices and hygiene needs. Plan and implement recreational activities/educational activities. Assist with dispense of medication. Manage crisis situations in a calm manner. Understand and presents respectful role in contact with others; greet all visitors to facility in a friendly manner. Teach and counsel using behavioral modification techniques. Provide community outreach and knowledge about this agency and facility Maintain confidential client records. Teach and train independent living and social skills to clients.

and parent; Prepared reports on feedback and recommendations to the probation officers and the Court;.


Newton, KS

Substance Abuse Counselor 02/2011-05/2013

Facilitated intake process and assessments, relapse prevention, anger management, and cognitive groups. Taught educational groups such as vocational training and independent life skills. Provided supportive counseling and assisted in job search with clients who were enrolled in the reintegration program. Participated in and lead clinical staff meetings, developed and assisted in treatment plans and documented clinical progress notes and reports. Evaluated clients emotional, behavioral and social functioning. Assisted with living arrangements for clients who were court ordered and without homes. Advocated and worked on committees to provide transitional housing for substance abuse client that completed program. Demonstrated therapeutic relationships with clients and built rapport while keeping professional relationships, maintaining healthy boundaries. Team player with multidisciplinary clinical team. Provided case management services.

Provided extensive outpatient therapy. Maintained confidential records. Worked with medical staff while clients are hospitalized, teaching impacts of addiction and health.


Yuba City, CA

Community Outreach Worker 03/2012-02/2013

Led educational program workshops and assisted members of the community. Engaged in various street outreach activities and events (i.e. health fairs, community fairs, reducing mental health stigma in communities and among military active duty and veterans, festivals, concerts, and events, etc.) in order to educate the community about goals, resources, services, and upcoming events, as well as creating awareness about severe problems of HIV/AIDS with Substance Abuse and Pregnancy. Provided over 1,000 Christmas toys for a toy drive in partnership with United Way. Supervised volunteers as team leader. Provided transportation for patients and members of the community to access resource services. Serviced base population of 8,000 service members and dependents, collected non-perishable goods for service members and their families during Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas holidays, as well as after return of deployments.


Hillsboro, KS

Assistant Coach 10/2011-02/2013

Taught the basics and fundamentals of basketball while teaching the concepts of teamwork and the positive outcomes that can result in effective team building. Utilized personal experiences to relate and guide student-athletes. Communicated with parents of the athletes regarding team requirements, expectations, and discipline, providing behavioral and physical progress status of their children. Taught players the benefits of being physically active and how it is important to exercise the mind as well as the body. Provided supportive counseling with players about school work, goals, team building, and life skills.


CPT Latoya Clark, RD, Chief of Nutrition

Fort Campbell, Kentucky- US Army

Office: 832-***-****


Angel Aguilar, MSW, ACSW

Family Justice Center Director

Cell: 650-***-****

Randall Frietas, LCSW

Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital


Hattie Jackson, LCSW

Kaiser Permanente

Cell: 707-***-****

Emily Messigian, MFT

Child Haven

Cell: 818-***-****

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