Michelle E. Martin
**** ****** **, **********, ** firstname.lastname@example.org
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
To obtain a mental health position where the utilization of my interpersonal, educational, and work experience will promote continued career growth and professional development.
MS-Clinical Mental Health Counseling 02/2016 – 05/12/2019
Specialization: Trauma & Crisis
Walden University, Minneapolis, MN
BS-Applied Behavioral Science 09/2011 – 08/2013
National Louis University
U. S. Census Bureau
Census Taker/Enumerator/Lister 08/2019 - current
Collect household and demographic information by canvassing their assigned areas in local and suburban areas.
Mental Health Professional
Kesem 06/2019 -07/2019
Consulted with Nurses, Advisor, and Program Director daily for the wellness of the campers battling cancer, and their families cancer.
Supported camp staff when dealing with emerging camp situations (i.e., homesickness, anxiety, depression, anger, and other behaviors).
The MHP should always be available if needed by a counselor or staff member. The MHP will do their best to meet with each counselor individually throughout the week for “counselor check-ins” to help ensure staff well-being.
Interacted with 34 campers, 17 counselors, and other professional staff.
Assessed campers behaviors daily and managed counselors working through difficult situations
Resolved campers behavioral and personnel issues.
Special Education Classroom Assistant II 02/2015 -04/2019
Jones College Prep, Chicago, IL
Utilized patience, sensitivity and determination in caring for individuals with learning difficulties.
Worked with various adolescents and young adults with special requirements to help integrate them into classroom and external environments.
Supervised and assisted teaching groups of 5 to 8 individuals with a wide range of developmental disabilities, using interpersonal skills to ensure that each students’ academic needs were being met.
Assisted low-high functioning, verbal and nonverbal individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Pervasive Developmental Disorder-NOS with appropriate schoolwork and play by using behavioral methods such as Least-Most prompting, positive reinforcement, verbal praise, and modeling.
Blocked individuals from engaging in Self-injurious behavior and direct them to engage in a compatible behavior.
Consulted with teachers and students’ parents to develop goals to be included in students Individualized Developmental Plan.
Provided clinical services to individuals with Autism, Brain Injury, Cognitive and Behavioral, Developmental/Severe/Profound Disabilities, Depression, to name a few to thrive beyond secondary schooling experience.
Provided therapeutic interventions to 7 to 9 individuals behavior
Assisted with transporting 4 to 5 individuals that were wheelchair bound or immobilized
Assisted 3 to 5 individuals with hygiene, grooming, and dressing daily
Consulted with service provider for individuals’ behaviors to modify
Attended individuals IEP meeting.
American Red Cross of Cincinnati – Member May 2019 – current
American Red Cross of Northern Illinois – Member August 2018 – May 2019
Mass Care Trainee