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Mental Health Service

Location:
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
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To be discussed. Appropriately for lcsw-c
Posted:
March 17, 2019

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Sharelle Hill

** *********** *****

Silver Spring, Maryland 20904

240-***-****

ac8s99@r.postjobfree.com

Career/Summary: Over 20 years experience providing professional mental health direct and indirect services.

Education: Masters of Science School of Social Work-2006 Howard University School of Social Work

Washington, DC 20011

Licensure: Licensed Clinical Social Worker-Certified Experience:

September 2018-present Clinical Coordinator

National Pike Health Center

Baltimore, Maryland 21229

September 2017-present Mental Health Therapist/Contractor National Pike Health Center

Baltimore, Maryland 21229

February 2017-Dec 2017 Community Technician

Avery Road Treatment Center

Rockville, Maryland 20850

January 2016-present Program Director

Tree of Life Health Center

Continuing Education Program

Silver Spring, Maryland 20904

● Utilize project development models to implement continuing education units

(CEU) program development

● Developed modules for continuing education trainings to include a variety of adult learning styles, DVD ;inserts, handouts, role playing, and power point lectures

● Researched and secured facilities to conduct ongoing trainings

● Develop a fiscal budget to support the first year of start up for CEU program

● Collaboration and partnerships with community to support implementation of program goals to educate and train mental health practitioners

● Developed evaluation tools to measure programs effectiveness

● Created Certification forms to verify successful completion of CEU hours

● Conduct weekly team meetings

● Implement key processes related to continuing education activity support including the identification of professional practice gaps, development of educational needs assessments, and the shaping of outcomes-based activity and session learning objectives i.e pre and post test for each training

● Demonstrate understanding in the use of adult learning principles and best practices in compliance with accreditation requirements and standards for BSWE Continuing Education

● Proficiency with Microsoft Office and web-based applications with an openness to learning new technology Proficiency with Microsoft Office and web-based applications with an openness to learning new technology

● Grant writing or other experience that demonstrates an ability to articulate the knowledge and/or practice gaps that highlight the need for continuing education as well as learning objectives

● Completed 12 hour ethical tutorial for NASW and BSWE Code of Conduct and other ethics trainings 8/2015.

● Completed multiple Domestic Violence trainings and reading materials to ensure current knowledge and evidence based best practice. June 2011- September 2013 Clinical Director

Tree of Life Health Center

Silver Spring, Maryland 20904

● Provide psychotherapy to individuals, families, and/or groups on a regular basis

● Engage in face to face supervision weekly for an hour

● Developed treatment plans, update monthly reports, monthly treatment review meetings, weekly treatment team meetings,court recommendations, weekly contact notes.

● Completed mental status assessments, psychosocial and diagnostic evaluations, and discharge summaries.

● Completed reports to CPS and APS as necessary when suspected abuse or neglect is reported or revealed.

● Conducted Crisis Intervention with children, adults and families on an emergency basis.

● Adheres to documentation policies and procedures

● Conducts bi annually chart audits

● Attend staff meetings and case conferences monthly

● Participates in annual performance evaluation.

● Completes Value Options as necessary for billing

● Developed continuing education curriculum

Jan-2011-November 2012 Therapist

Good Shepherd Center RTC Adolescent Girls

Catonsville, Maryland 21227

● Provide psychotherapy to individuals, families, and/or groups on a regular basis

● Engage in face to face supervision weekly for an hour

● Developed treatment plans, update monthly reports, monthly treatment review meetings, weekly treatment team meetings,court recommendations, weekly contact notes.

● Completed mental status assessments, psychosocial and diagnostic evaluations, and discharge summaries.

● Completed reports to CPS and APS as necessary when suspected abuse or neglect is reported or revealed.

● Conducted Crisis Intervention with children, adults and families on an emergency basis.

● Educate families on substance abuse, parenting, and domestic violence

● Adheres to documentation policies and procedures

● Conducts bi annually chart audits

● Attend staff meetings and case conferences monthly

● Participates in annual performance evaluation.

● Participated in Family Involvement Meetings (FIM) at the local department of social services.

● Completes Value Options as necessary for billing June 2010-Feb 2011 Social Work Supervisor

Aunt Hattie’s Residential Home for Adolescent Boys Baltimore, Maryland 21207

● Responsible for providing social work services to residents and their families.

● Coordinating treatment services as a team with internal and external staff.

● Supervise direct care staff and case manager

● Provide written and verbal assessments, court recommendations, initial service plans, continuing service plans, safety plans, monthly statistical reports, DHR incident reports, and monthly tracking system.

● Conducted Intake of new residents and maintain CANS ( Children and Adolescent Needs and Strengths) monthly and quarterly for each resident.

● Completed psychosocial assessments, monitor service plans ensuring that staff are documenting progress of the residents.

● Participated in weekly management team meetings and monthly staff meetings.

● Provided debriefing to staff and supervisee.

● Provided staff trainings and education ; substance abuse, domestic violence cycles and documentation

● Coordinated quarterly team meetings with school staff, therapist, DSS social worker, family and other parties involved.

● Participated in Family Involvement Meetings (FIM) at the local department of social services.

● Conducted monthly COMAR regulated record maintenance of resident files to ensure documentation of plans to service each resident and their progress. September 2001-June 2010 Adult Protective Services/After Hours CPS: Family Social Worker II, Family Services

Howard County Department of Social Services

Columbia, Maryland 21046

● Provided prevention and protection services to vulnerable adults, children and families for suspected child or adult abuse or neglect, out of home placement, guardianship or emergency protective orders, adoption or adult case management.

● Conducted investigative interviews to customers and other individuals to obtain necessary information in cases concerning suspected child or adult abuse or neglect, out of home placement or emergency protective orders.

● Assist customers in identifying, developing using their potential capabilities and their community resources to remedy or prevent neglect and assist improved social functioning.

● Completed assessments and develop and implement safety plans and service plans. Maintain ongoing cases and provided case management services.

● Provide extensive counseling and crisis intervention services to customers regarding personal, economic, and social problems, i.e parenting, substance abuse and domestic violence.

● Established and maintained personal contact with other collaborative agencies and community resources to facilitate the referral of individual customers.

● Provide after hours coverage in cases involving suspected child or adult abuse or neglect.

● Conducted public record search for birth records, and other data and verifies income, kinship and residence.

● Compiled evaluative reports and makes recommendations to the courts, and other agencies, institutions regarding individual cases.

● Utilized database application to record information, research, and track or manage cases for compliance with laws, regulations, and standards.

● Prepared and managed case records and reports concerning information secured and services rendered.

● Testified in legal proceedings as to the facts of a specific family service case and may testified as an expert witness.

● Participated in the removal of a child where physical or sexual abuse is indicated with the local Police.

● Coordinated out of home placements, hospitalizations, and temporary kindship care placements.

● Participated in Family Involvement Meetings (FIM) at for cases as necessary.

● Conducted regular face to face home visits to ensure the service plan is appropriate and progress is occurring.

● Performed other social work duties as necessary. September 2007-Present Mental Health Therapist

National Pike Health Center

Baltimore, Maryland 210229

● Provide psychotherapy to individuals, families, and/or groups on a regular basis onsite and offsite.

● Engage in face to face supervision weekly for an hour

● Developed treatment plans, quarterly reports, court recommendations, weekly contact notes.

● Completed mental status assessments, psychosocial and diagnostic evaluations, and discharge summaries.

● Completed reports to CPS and APS as necessary when suspected abuse or neglect is reported or revealed.

● Conducted Crisis Intervention with children, adults and families on an emergency basis.

● Facilitated groups on self esteem, ADHD and domestic violence cycles

● Adheres to documentation policies and procedures

● Conducts bi annually chart audits

● Attend staff meetings and case conferences monthly

● Participates in annual performance evaluation.

● Participated in Family Involvement Meetings (FIM) at the local department of social services.

January 2004-July2005 Medical Social Work

Howard County General Hospital

Columbia, Maryland 21046

● Responsible for providing social work services to patients and their families.

● Coordinating medical and mental health treatment services as a team with case management medical team.

● Completed mental status assessments, psychosocial and diagnostic evaluations and discharge summaries.

● Completed reports to CPS and APS as necessary when suspected abuse or neglect is reported or revealed.

● Conducted family and team meetings to determine discharge plans and care planning.

● Coordinated discharges to nursing facility, rehabilitative care, assisted living, or mental health long-term care.

● Responsible for ensuring patience insurance is compatible with discharge facility

● Participate in daily medical team meetings to ensure appropriate coordination of bio-psychosocial aspects.

● Provide regular documentation and tracking of all services, collaborative contacts, medical updates, discharge planning and family communication.

● Completed written discharge summary upon final discharge.

● Coordinated transportation services with families, DSS, and or private transportation in the community.

● Other duties as assigned.

Aug 1998-Feb 2000 Case Manger

Family and Medical Counseling Services

Washington, DC 2001

● Completed initial psychosocial assessments and develop and implement service plans.

● Maintain on going cases and provided case management services to case load of 70 HIV positive clients.

● Conducted regular face to face home visits to ensure the service plan is appropriate and progress is occurring.

● Evaluate effectives of community services in the community; make referrals to appropriate service providers.

● Provide extensive counseling and crisis intervention services to customers regarding personal, economic, and social problems i,e, domestic violence, parenting, life skills.

● Provide regular documentation and tracking of all services, collaborative contacts, medical updates, discharge planning and family communication.

● Assist customers in identifying, developing using their potential capabilities and their community resources to remedy or prevent presenting problems identified in the service plan.

● Educate customers about living with HIV and develop safe care plans.

● Provided weekly case presentations in a team meetings

● Participated in weekly supervision

Mar 2000-Feb 2001 Addictions Counselor

Guide Treatment Program

Wheaton, Maryland 20906

● Provided individual and family counseling and crisis intervention services to customers regarding personal, economic, and social problems.

● Completed initial intake assessments and develop and treatment plans. Maintain on going cases and provided case management services as needed.

● Provided substance abuse focused counseling to individuals, families, and/or groups on a regular basis

● Completed mental status assessments, psychosocial and discharge summaries.

● Completed reports to CPS and APS as necessary when suspected abuse or neglect is reported or revealed

● Conducted family and team meetings to determine discharge plans and aftercare planning.

● Facilitated substance abuse education, relapse groups, defense mechanism groups, life skills, and domestic violence.

● Facilitated group registration for all new customers weekly.

● Maintained database for ASI assessment tool for substance abusers.

● Maintain documentation including weekly progress and monthly progress.

● Completed discharge summaries and court recommendations. February 2001- September 2001 Case Manager

Maximus “I Can Work”

Baltimore, Md 21229

● Completed initial intake assessments and develop and individual service plans, maintain on going cases and provided case management services as needed.

● Conducted regular face to face home visits to ensure the service plan is appropriate and progress is occurring.

● Evaluate effectiveness of community services in the community; made referrals to appropriate service providers.

● Provide counseling and crisis intervention services to customers and their families.

● Provide regular documentation and tracking of all services, collaborative contacts, discharge planning and family communication.

● Assist customers and families in identifying, developing using their potential capabilities and their community resources to address presenting problems identified in the service plan.

● Educate customers job readiness, job retention and travel training

● Provided weekly case presentations in a team meetings

● Participated in weekly supervision

1995. Addiction Counselor I (Positions)

Avery Road Treatment - 9/1992- 6/1993

Melwood Treatment Center - 9/1993-6/1994

Avery Road Treatment Women and Children 12/1994-6/1995 Rockville, Maryland 20850

● Completed initial intake assessments and develop and treatment plans. Maintain on going cases and provided case management services as needed.

● Provided individual and family counseling and crisis intervention services to customers regarding personal, economic, and social problems.

● Provided substance abuse focused counseling to individuals, families, and/or groups on a regular basis

● Completed mental status assessments, psychosocial assessments and discharge summaries.

● Completed reports to CPS and APS as necessary when suspected abuse or neglect is reported or revealed

● Conducted family education groups for Co-dependency treatment

● Conducted family and team meetings to determine discharge plans and aftercare planning.

● Facilitated substance abuse education, relapse groups, defense mechanism groups, parenting skills and domestic violence.

● Facilitated group registration for all new customers weekly.

● Maintained database for ASI assessment tool for substance abusers.

● Maintain documentation including weekly progress and monthly progress.

● Completed discharge summaries and court recommendations. Training Certifications

University of Maryland Training Department

● Comprehensive Psychosocial Assessment of Adults

● Secondary Trauma in Service

● Worker Safety-Worker Violence

● Treating Borderline Patients

● Introduction to Adult and Child Protective Services

● Crisis Intervention and Problem Solving

● Working with Violent Clients

● Family and Children Services Orientation Module

● Investigative Interviewing

● Prescription Medication and their Effects

● Understanding Alcoholism

● Addictions, Chemical Dependency and Poly Pharmacology

● Elements of Case Planning

● Grief and Loss Issues

● Fundamentals of Effective Interviewing in Human Services

● Basic Assessment in Human Services

● Assessment, Case Planning and Documentation

● Structured Decision Making Model

● Emergency Evaluation

● Motivational Interviewing

● Investigating Physical Abuse in 21st Century

● Ethics and Technology

● 12 hour Ethical Tutorial completed 8/2015

● Licensed Clinical Social Worker-Clinical

● Licensed Foster Parent –Completed Training Module 25hrs

● CANS Certification 6/2010-6/2012



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