Holly M. Harmon
Chuluota, FL **766
To acquire employment as a mental health counselor that will use my experiences and education to the greatest level possible.
Licensed Mental Health Counselor #15144
Extensive communication, organization, and interpersonal skills
Electronic Medical Record – Profiler, CCP, PIMSY and Alpha Flex
Current CPR and First Aid
6 Years working with Veteran population diagnosed with mental illness/addiction disorders
Utilize Solution Focused, Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral based therapies
Relevant Skills and Experience
Behavior and Crisis Management
Structural Family Training
Experience writing clinically based progress notes in the mental health field
Computer Efficient - using internal databases, word, outlook, excel, etc.
Great memory and attention to detail
Supervisor to clinical staff and also have provided ongoing training to staff
Maintain case records in compliance with agency, insurance and Joint Commission
Proficiency with completing psychosocial assessments
Confidence with DSM and diagnosis of clients
Drug Screen Protocol Experience
Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling – Walden University
Master’s degree in Psychology, UOP-Online
Child and Family Services Certificate, UMO
Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, UMM
Clinical Therapist, Rega Mental Health Center, Lake Mary, FL May 2018-Present
Complete psychosocial assessments, treatment plans and treatment plan reviews
Provide individual, group and family therapy for individuals (children, adolescent and adult) with mental health/substance abuse through Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Work with Insurance Companies to ensure patient coverage
Contract Therapist, Behavior Services of Brevard, Rockledge, FL June 2017 – June 2018
Complete psychosocial assessments, treatment plans and treatment plans reviews
Provide therapy for individuals in their homes between ages 5 and 60
Communicate effectively with DCF and other case workers involved in case
Clinician, Volunteers of America of Florida, Cocoa, FL April 2016-March 2017
Completed psychosocial assessments
Provided counseling, case management and group sessions to homeless veterans and families with psychiatric illnesses, substance and/or co-occurring disorders including PTSD/Trauma.
Created and reviewed Treatment Plans
Supervised 4 staff members and provided ongoing training to improve their skills as well as knowledge of mental health field.
Coordinated and scheduled veteran referrals for possible entry into program.
Assisted with participants placements and discharge planning
Maintained timely and accurate completion of participant file and necessary reports
Counselor, Volunteers of America of Florida, Cocoa, FL October 2014-April 2016
Completed psychosocial assessments.
Developed and implemented Individual Treatment/Life Plan
Organized and facilitated individual and group sessions for veteran population.
Participated on the quality improvement team including peer reviews.
Regularly reviewed participant’s progress and Treatment/Life Plan. Assess changes in level of care to determine additional resources or need for changes in services level.
Supported participants in mastering necessary independent living skills
Assisted participant with acquiring mental health, case management, day program, substance abuse, medical, vocational, educational, employment and community services/linkages. Maintained ongoing collateral contacts to coordinate services.
Encouraged involvement in community support groups, activities and associations.
Advocated strongly on behalf of participants.
Facilitated communication with family members and a positive relationship with staff.
Developed close working positive relationships with providers in each participant’s service network, as well as with funders and regulatory agencies.
Participated in locating housing and discharges of participants, including completion of discharge plan.
Independent Living Counselor, Volunteers of America of Florida, Cocoa, FL
February 2011 – October 2014
Assisted in development and implementing of Treatment/Life Plan with measurable goals encouraging progress towards independent living and self-sufficiency.
Reviewed and assessed Treatment/Life Plan to determine progress or setbacks with the veteran;
Provided supportive counseling for homeless veterans for the prevention of relapse and psychiatric hospitalization.
Provided hands-on assistance, coaching/training and transportation to establish community linkages that supported positive results.
Oversee participant discharge process including alternative housing.
Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Colonial Management, Bangor, ME
October 2009-June 2010
Completed intake process including psychosocial assessments and treatment plans in a timely manner.
Provided counseling and facilitated groups for individuals battling addiction.
Assisted individuals in finding services to support them in recovery.
Certified Residential Medication Aide, Rose of Sharon Haven of Rest, Brewer, ME. December 2008-December 2009
Supported residents with daily living skills and administered medications to residents according to State Regulations
Prior Employment History
Medical Records Clerk, Penobscot Community Health Center, Bangor, ME November 2008-September 2009
Community Clinical Aide/Certified Residential Medication Aide, Medical Care Development, Hampden, ME October 2008-November 2008
Administrative Assistant, Living Innovations, Bangor, ME November 2007-August 2008
Health Information Services Associate/Medical Records, Eastern Maine Medical Center, Brewer, ME August 2007-October 2007
Quality Assurance Auditor/Medical Records, PROTEA BHS, Division of Sweetser, Bangor, ME.
September 2003- July 2007