LITA D. ROSE
As a recent graduate in the field of Marriage Child and Family therapy, my goal is to work with marginalized community members and to grow as a competent therapist.
Commitment to working with individuals, and families that have experienced trauma.
Experienced in multicultural, transgender, and marginalized communities.
Rapport building skills
Problem Solving Skills
University of Phoenix – Sacramento, CA May 2018
Master of Science: Marriage Child and Family Therapy
Gender Health Center – Sacramento, CA 07/2017-05/2018
Job Title Counselor Trainee
Counseled community members within the LGBTQ community with a focus on the transgender population.
Conducted assessments for disability eligibility as well as disability recertification.
Assessed for suicidality, constructed safety plans with clients.
Presented interventions such as narrative letter writing, empty chair, and emotional hide and seek.
Competent in the use of Fit-Outcome as tool to measure client’s weekly wellbeing as well as session outcomes and therapeutic alliance.
UC Davis Health – Sacramento, CA 08/2006-09/2017
Job Title Hospital Unit Coordinator
Communicated with social services and chaplaincy regarding end of life wishes, and prayer.
Assisted patient families with locating temporary housing in order to remain close to hospitalized family members.
Assisted unhoused patients with clothing to leave the hospital as well as transportation and food.
UC Davis Health – Sacramento, CA 12/1998-08/2006
Job Title Principal Access Representative
Coordinated insurance eligibility for emergency department patients.
Communicated with medical staff in regards to patients experiencing mental and physical crisis.
Assessed patients for medi-cal, and county medically indigent programs.