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bilingual LCSW

Long Beach, California, United States
October 10, 2016

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Hillary Samantha Marshall, LCSW

LCS *****



Master of Social Work, May 2002, California State University Long Beach Bachelor’s of Arts, June 1995, University of California, Irvine Major: Sociology Minors: Spanish, Women's Studies

Professional Experience

Southern California Health and Rehabilitation Programs – VASH program, Clinical Supervisor 12/2014 – current

--provided clinical supervision to VASH staff members who provided direct services to clients

--maintained communication and worked in collaboration with the Veteran’s Administration to ensure provision of services

--reviewed all clinical documentation to ensure compliance, completeness, integrity, quality of service delivery, and appropriateness of case materials

--provided regular clinical trainings to enhance quality of care and service delivery

- -conducted screenings and suicide assessments of new clients Southern California Health and Rehabilitation Programs – Integrated Clinic Model Director, Bellflower & Lynwood 07/2012 – 12/2014

– supervised the SCHARP ICM staff to ensure that all staff received an adequate orientation to their position, information, support, and resources to carry out the duties of their job

– provided therapy for clients as well completing all county paperwork

– in collaboration with partner agencies, developed policies and procedures for the ICM program, including outreach, intake, service planning, development, and linkages to other resources; ensured policies and procedures were instituted, maintained, and facilitated the smooth operation of the program, both administratively and clinically in order to meet quality of care standards and contract requirements.

– supervised clinical and administrative staff to ensure quality of care standards and staff’s documentation was completed accurately and within the designated time frames, accordance with contract and funding requirements

– responded to crises, emergency and urgent care issues; worked directly with difficult clients when necessary Alma Family Services Clinical Supervisor, East Los Angeles, Commerce, Pico Rivera, Long Beach 4/11 – 5/12

--provided individual and group clinical supervision to mental health staff in outpatient, school-based, and Wraparound programs

--monitored staff's work to ensure quality of service, integrity, and compliance with funding agencies

--worked with staff to advance their competencies in assessments, diagnosis, treatment planning, and service delivery

--reviewed charts in accordance with DMH, and other guidelines set forth by funding and regulatory agencies

- -acted as Seeking Safety clinical supervisor and adherence rater

Penny Lane Family Preservation Program Clinical Director, Santa Fe Springs & Commerce 5/10 – 11/10

--provided supervision to Family Preservation staff members who provided direct services to clients

--ran Multidisciplinary Case Planning Conferences and developed treatment plans that best suited each family

--provided training and instruction to clinical staff

--maintained communication and worked in collaboration with DCFS to insure provision of services

--made referrals to and networked with outside agencies to insure treatment plans were carried out

--reviewed all progress notes and monthly reports

--reviewed case files to insure compliance, completeness, and appropriateness of case materials, as well as quality of service delivery

--was in charge, when Project Director was unavailable

--insured that program was adhering to DCFS Family Preservation contract requirements, as well as child abuse reporting and confidentiality laws

Substance Abuse Foundation Psychotherapist (full time), Long Beach 8/09 – 1/10

--provided individual and group psychotherapy to HIV positive clients, low income Hispanics and African Americans, and substance abusers

- -conducted assessments and treatment planning in English and Spanish Rainbow Services Family Counselor, San Pedro 6/07 – 6/09

--conducted assessments of clients in English and Spanish

--provided individual and group therapy to adults and children of domestic violence victims, both in an outpatient setting as well as in the emergency shelter and transitional housing

- -provided crisis intervention to adults and children Substance Abuse Foundation Group Counselor (part time), Long Beach 12/06 – 1/10

- -conducted didactic and processing groups on child abuse prevention and substance abuse Enki, El Monte --Outpatient Clinician, El Monte 6/02 – 6/07

--conducted assessment and diagnosis of clients in English and Spanish

--provided individual and family therapy in English and Spanish

--taught STEP parenting class --formulated treatment plans

- -completed Los Angeles county coordinated services paperwork Kaiser Permanente, Med-Surge Floor and OB/GYN Department --Medical Social 8/00 – 6/01 Work Intern, Bellflower

--conducted biopsychosocial assessments and diagnosis

--completed hospital charting and documentation

--participated in interdisciplinary team --conducted individual counseling related to domestic violence, chemical dependency, eating disorders, and chronic illnesses Special Skills/Related Experience

--Bilingual in Spanish --Choice Theory/Reality Therapy certified

--Cultural competency --Completed 40 hour domestic violence training

--trained in Seeking Safety

--Experience with addictions, eating disorders, domestic violence, and integrated care

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