Natalie Joe Molnar
Master’s Degree at School of Social Work August 2017-April 2019 University of Pittsburgh
Internship at Wesley Family Services (2017-2018)
Internship at UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital (2018-2019)
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology August 2013- May 2017 Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Overall GPA: 3.2
Work & Volunteer Experience
Field Placement Fall 2018-Spring 2019 UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital University of Pittsburgh
My concentration field placement is at the Mood and Anxiety Disorder, Intensive Outpatient clinic, at Western Psychiatric hospital. I specialize in facilitating the Obsessive Compulsive Disorder group therapy setting. I implement Dialectical Behavior Therapy methods, receive supervision, engage in evaluations and intakes with assessing new patients, engage in safety planning, determine appropriate exposures for clients, partake in assisting clients with exposures in the group therapy setting, and help assist with documentation note taking.
Field Placement Fall 2017-Spring 2018 Wesley Spectrum Penn Hills University of Pittsburgh
Wesley Family Services offers multiple services for Autistic individuals, and I specialized in helping with the Wonder Kids program at Wesley Family Services. Tasks completed weekly consisted of organizing client files, attending evaluations with the client, family, and Psychologist, creating mock treatment plans, creating mock treatment objectives, and completing research for the agency.
Internship Fall Semester 2016 Hopeful Hearts Grieving Center Indiana Indiana University of Pennsylvania
This was a one credit practicum affiliated with Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Psychology undergraduate program. Intern tasks included managing different age groups during Family Session nights, creating lesson plans, and integrating age-appropriate activities with different age-ranges of children.
Volunteer September- December 2016 Visiting Nurses Association, Indiana PA
The tasks involved with volunteering at the VNA included visiting hospice patient’s homes, assisting the hospice patients with feeding and drinking, engaging in activities that were fulfilling to the patients, having conversations with patients, and preparing VNA service grieving events for family members.
Volunteer May 2014- May 2015 Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Lawrenceville PA
I volunteered on the Limited Stay Unit where I assisted Child Life Specialists. Tasks included sterilizing children’s toys, visiting patient’s rooms by bringing the child’s favorite toys, and supervising children at Austin’s playroom on the unit.
• Diane Giever, Program Coordinator at Hopeful Hearts Grieving Center 724-***-****
• Jan Starry, Clinician at Hopeful Hearts Grieving Center- 724-***-****
• Patricia Munk, Director of ER at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh-724-***-****