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Upper Marlboro, MD
Posted:
January 11, 2020

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JEANINE M. WILSON, MSW, LICSW

**** ******* *****, *****, ******** 20721

Phone: 757-***-**** Email: ada9yb@r.postjobfree.com 1 P a g e

CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Experienced Licensed Clinical Social Worker 26 years of clinical experience in individual, group, and family therapy in a variety of social work settings.

Extensive knowledge of social work principles, techniques and therapies and their application for complex issues.

Demonstrates a strong ability to conduct assessments, formulate diagnoses, develop and implement treatment plans.

Possesses a vast knowledge of available educational, medical, mental health and community resources and the ability to identify needs and present effective solutions.

Participates as an integral part of interdisciplinary teams and works effectively with culturally diverse people at all professional levels.

Proficient in operation various software such as Curaspan eDischarge, and Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel and PowerPoint).

EDUCATION

Master of Social Work Howard University Washington, DC

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology Hampton University Hampton, VA CREDENTIALS

Licensed Individual Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) District of Columbia EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE

ROBERT’S HOME CARE SERVICE BRANDYWINE, MD JANUARY 2016-PRESENT

Performance-based health care sales position responsible for generating business and meeting targets within assigned territory. Obtain referrals from the hospital systems, physicians’ offices, skilled nursing facilities, senior retirement communities, and the community–at-large to provide high-quality, cost effective private non-medical in-home care services.

Use innovative approaches to existing and future target markets to build and exceed sales growth while delivering high-quality, cost effective care that empowers patients and their families to manage their care at home.

Provides continuity care in the transition from the hospital to the home, to promote optimal physical, emotional and social functioning in the home setting while assisting the patient and their family in adapting to the care plan for safety and the well-being of the patient while at home.

Assist the patient and patient’s family in utilizing community resources which will help the patient to achieve and maintain optimal functioning, while also identifying gaps in the community resources and stimulates resource development and/or improvement.

Teach coping skills to the patients, their families and staff in problems resulting from severe progressing long-term illness and the difficulties in the recovery and rehabilitation.

Develops comprehensive, integrate individualize care plan for the patient in conjunction with the patient, patient’s family and the home health caregiver assign to the patient that is reviewed on a monthly basis in a meeting at the patient’s home.

Supervises a staff of 8-10 home health caregivers monthly in reviewing the patient’s care plan and providing guidance, education and in-services which will assist in achieving and maintain optimal functioning of the patient in their home.

JEANINE M. WILSON, MSW, LICSW

9905 Juniper Drive, Bowie, Maryland 20721

Phone: 757-***-**** Email: ada9yb@r.postjobfree.com 2 P a g e

MEDICAL SOCIAL WORKER

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND CHARLES REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER LA PLATA, MD JANUARY 2013-FEBRARY 2014

Screened, interviewed and evaluated targeted patients from neonatal through geriatric. Assessed patient’s medical conditions, home environment, and age-specific needs for appropriate discharge needs.

Identified high risk individuals and families including those who are at risk of suicide and domestic violence, abuse and neglect, living alone, or debilitating illness that reduces their prior level of functioning and ability to safely return home.

Formulated medical and behavioral health interventions and assisted with implementing and monitoring of treatment plans.

Utilizes therapeutic interventions including crisis counseling, adjustment counseling, family meetings, goals of care discussions and screening for substance use disorder

Developed, taught, and provided oversight for classes that promote education and skill-building to enhance psychological and physical health.

Ensured the confidentiality and rights of all patients and maintained professional electronic documentation.

CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER PEDIATRIC CLINIC

FORT BELVOIR COMMUNITY HOSPITAL FORT BELVOIR, VA OCTOBER 2011-JANAUARY 2013

Performed bio-psychosocial assessments and provide therapeutic interventions, including crisis counseling for military families and their children in the Outpatient Pediatric Clinic and the Inpatient Hospital at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital.

Completed diagnostic assessments, mental health screenings, & mental status examinations. Diagnose mental health disorders in children and adolescents (using DSM-5 criteria). Develop and implement individual treatment plans (based on a mental health diagnosis).

Provided individual and family therapy to children in an effort to address social, emotional, and environmental problems related to families dealing with issues of neglect, abuse, emotional/behavioral problems, and numerous other stressors.

Utilized various counseling and therapeutic techniques such as play therapy, behavior modification techniques, short-term problem focused therapy, and crisis intervention.

Maintained professional electronic documentation. CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER OIF/OEF CLINIC

WALTER REED ARMY MEDICAL CENTER WASHINGTON, DC MAY 2011-OCTOBER 2011

Provided discharge planning and case management to Walter Reed Army Medical Center OIF/OEF patients. Provided individual, family, group psychotherapy, and discharge planning for patients and families. Conducted psychosocial assessments for patients and those with combat casualties.

Advocated on patient and families behalf with government agencies and private care providers in multiple jurisdictions. Arranged placements in nursing homes, rehabilitation facilities, and Veteran Administration facilities. Utilized strong knowledge of the military and civilian policies and procedures to provide information and referrals to military and civilian community resources.

Utilized clinical experience in providing medical crisis counseling for patients and families in coordination with the primary medical team.

CASE MANAGER

PRINCE GEORGE’S HOSPITAL CENTER CHEVERLY, MD FEBRUARY 2010-May 2011

Identified, evaluated, and resolved complex social, economic, and psychosocial problems that affect patients’ medical treatment by providing direct casework services, including screening, referral, consultation, and education to a 300 bed hospital. JEANINE M. WILSON, MSW, LICSW

9905 Juniper Drive, Bowie, Maryland 20721

Phone: 757-***-**** Email: ada9yb@r.postjobfree.com 3 P a g e

Conducted bio-psychosocial assessments and provide therapeutic interventions, including crisis counseling for patients and their families to optimize their care and to ensure a timely discharge.

Provided comprehensive discharge planning by identifying appropriate placement resources for hospitalized patients.

Performed administrative and statistical analysis to determine patient volume to monitor hospital resource usage.

SCHOOL SOCIAL WORKER

DC PUBLIC SCHOOLS WASHINGTON. DC NOVEMBER 2009-JULY 2010

Provided assessment and direct intervention services to children and adolescents with various disabilities. Provided crisis-intervention counseling to students & families experiencing violence, trauma, adjustment difficulties, family-role disruption, loss & grief issues, and other psychological stressors.

Provided individual & group counseling to students with and without disabilities by utilizing therapeutic techniques (cognitive & behavioral therapy, play therapy, etc.) in counseling sessions.

Developed appropriate social-emotional/therapy goals for students requiring psychological counseling. Presented client profiles and summarize progress towards treatment goals on a weekly/monthly basis.

Conducted classroom presentations on topics surrounding behavior management & bullying.

Conducted parent interviews, completed Social Work Evaluations, Functional Behavior Assessments,

Attendance Intervention Plans, Truancy Reports and developed Behavior Intervention Plans. (To be submitted to the DC Courts).

Managed and facilitated the special education pre-referral process and school-wide attendance protocol. Facilitated various multidisciplinary team meetings-IEP meetings, SST meetings, and 504 meetings. SOCIAL WORKER

MIDTOWN PERSONNEL INC. FOR DC DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH WASHINGTON, DC JULY 2007-NOVEMBER 2009

Examined, diagnosed, and treated approximately 25 clients weekly with histories of substance abuse and co-occurring disorders.

Provided individual assessments, treatment planning, and psychotherapy services to a culturally diverse adult population diagnosed with major psychiatric disorders, attention disturbances, anxiety, depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and substance abuse.

Led daily psychotherapy groups using multi-modal approaches, such as cognitive therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, psycho-educational therapy, and expressive art therapy.

Provided case management services to improve client’s physical and mental health to enhance their ability to remain stable, healthy in the community. MEDICAL SOCIAL WORKER

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FOR PRINCE GEORGE’S HOSPITAL CHEVERLY, MD FEBRUARY 2004-JULY 2007

Provided crisis intervention and counseling for victims of domestic and homicide violence.

Ensured the victims are provided with medical services regardless ability to pay or legal status.

Referred the patient to the Domestic Hotline while the patient is hospitalized and ensured patient spoke with advocate before they were discharged.

Assisted victims and families find appropriate shelter, developed safety plans and accessed resources in order to mitigate violence.

MEDICAL SOCIAL WORKER EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

DELTA-T GROUP FOR JOHN HOPKINS HOSPITAL BALTIMORE, MD JANUARY 2002- FEBRUARY 2004

Developed comprehensive bio-psychosocial assessment for pediatric and adult patients to make appropriate referral and certification for all levels of care.

Worked with interdisciplinary team members in providing medical and mental health services to the patient before discharge from the hospital.

JEANINE M. WILSON, MSW, LICSW

9905 Juniper Drive, Bowie, Maryland 20721

Phone: 757-***-**** Email: ada9yb@r.postjobfree.com 4 P a g e

Prevented multiple admissions to the emergency room by closely collaborating and referring to community resources for medical, mental health, substance abuse, educational for chronic diseases and housing before the patient is discharge home.

MEDICAL SOCIAL WORKER ONCOLOGY DEPARTMENT

WASHINGTON HOSPITAL CENTER WASHINGTON, DC SEPTEMBER 2001-JANUARY 2002

Formulated treatment plans, conducted ongoing casework initiatives, and provided advocacy services to patients and their families in both individual and family settings.

Prepared, developed, and implemented various activity programs, provided educational and financial resources to patients receiving treatment at the Cancer Clinic.

Created a public education program focused on breast cancer awareness for employees at the hospital. HOSPICE SOCIAL WORKER

MED STAR VISITING NURSES ASSOCIATION WASHINGTON, DC SEPTEMBER 1999-SEPTEMBER 2001

Provided intensive home-based services to terminally ill patients and their families by administering psychosocial assessments, crisis intervention, psychotherapy, and grief counseling.

Developed and led monthly workshops for medical staff, volunteers, and community organizations.

Facilitated a weekly bereavement support group for families who experienced recent loss of a loved one. EARLIER CAREER

Nephrology Social Worker Fresenius Medical Care Suitland, MD 1995-1999

Social Worker District of Columbia Child and Family Services Agency Washington, DC 1993-1995



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