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Mental Health Social

Location:
Portsmouth, VA
Salary:
65000
Posted:
July 25, 2020

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Aritha Yarborough

P O Box ***

Nocatee, FL *****

Home: 863-***-****

Cell: 863-***-****

Email Address: adeuif@r.postjobfree.com

Professional Profile:

LCSW (License Clinical Social Work) with the state of Florida.

Honorable discharge military veteran.

Provide Case management services

Provide Psychotherapy utilizing different modalities to address mental health or substance abuse issues.

Provide intake, screening, and referral services; assess clients’ needs by administering an intake evaluation by conducting comprehensive assessment.

Collaborated with the interdisciplinary team and community agencies to coordinate services to ensure appropriate patient care.

Educated clients and families of policies and resources as well as provide individual assessment, treatment planning, and psychoanalysis services to a socio-culturally diverse adult population.

Manage clients’ records, and files, and use expert computer skills in a variety of software such as Microsoft, Excel Words, PowerPoint, All Scripts, Lotus Notes, Citrus, Forefront, Outlook, Solution and CHMC software.

Use typing skills with at least 50 wpm daily to implement documentation into the computer system, and create forms to help organize and increase productivity.

Operate general office equipment and telephone system.

Conduct monthly or yearly evaluation of client records in compliance with E.S.R.D. regulations.

MILITARY/CIVILIAN WORK EXPERIENCE :

PACT SW 9/2019-07/17/2020

LEE County VA Salary: 64,311

Cape Coral, FL Hours: 40

Social Work practice, principles, and theories: Initiated case management services to a diverse Veteran population and their families. Responsibilities includes but not limited: Biopsychosocial assessment; care planning; referrals to community resources and VA services; monitoring status; documentation within electronic medical records; case consultation with the interdisciplinary team and community agencies to coordinate services; assist or develop treatment plan.

Social Work Service Program Manager

Douglas T. Jacobson State Veteran Nursing Home – 8/2018 – 8/2019

Port Charlotte, FL Salary: 53,000

Hours: 40-60

Social work practice, principles and theories: Responsible for overseeing the social service department of 120 bed unit in long term care (geriatric veteran population). Implement a program under the Standard Operation of Procedures to ensure staff was in compliance with state, and federal regulation. Initial a comprehensive assessment to identify and address the psychosocial, mental and emotional needs of the residents. Implement person-centered and IDT approach to create a care plan to monitor and/or address each individual needs. Conduct suicidal/homicidal assessment and initiate Baker Act if warranted. Conduct individual and group therapy session specified to target population (i.e., mental health, substance abuse and psychosocial). Provides coordination and oversight for the social services department. Provides psychoeducation or referrals to Veteran, family, and caregivers of resources within the agency or community to address Veteran/family’s needs.

Case Management: Coordinates patients care, conduct regular visit, evaluate patient condition, assess if patient needs additional medical, financial, or transportation services. Assess and evaluate patient method of coping; coordinate patient care with alternative healthcare services. Educate, evaluate, and assist patient and family with funeral services and advance directives, nursing home policy and procedures, and nonpharmacological symptom management strategies.

Assessment: Conduct biopsychosocial assessment of each veteran to develop an individualize treatment plan and goals to help identify and address biological, psychological and social factors that can be contributing to a problem or problems of each veteran.

Clinical Coordinator/Program Manager

Volunteers of America – 11/2017 – 8/2018

Punta Gorda, FL Salary: 50,000

Hours: 40-50

Social work practice, principles and theories: Responsible for day to day 24 bed operations, ensuring effective risk and quality management systems to meet operational outcomes, contractual and funder’s requirements and financial targets of the Veteran Village Punta Gorda program. Mentor and supervised staff. Oversee implementation of admissions policies and procedures. Perform psychosocial assessment and interviews of Veterans with mental health, substance abuse or co-occurring disorders. Develop and implement individualize Life/Treatment Plan, and formulate measurable and attainable goals. Participate in interdisciplinary team; outreach program; and committee meetings. Assist with development and implementation of participant services. Provide clinical supervision and participate in treatment team meetings. Develop resources in community and establish cooperative agreements with collateral agencies. Provide advocacy for participants with service providers and legal advocacy. Facilitate individual and group sessions. Maintain and develop a schedule for review of progress of individualize Life/Treatment plans. Analyze functioning and setbacks in order to determine progress, appropriateness of placement, and need for services and referrals. Consult with VA social worker, and case managers assist to Veterans. Assess changes in level of care to determine additional resources or need for change in services level. Oversee placements and discharges of participants, including completion of discharge plan. Complete Course of Treatment Summary.

Case Management: Coordinates patients care, conduct regular visit, evaluate patient condition, assess if patient needs additional medical or financial services. Assess and evaluate patient method of coping; coordinate patient care with alternative healthcare services. Educate, evaluate, and assist patient and family with funeral services and advance directives, nursing home policy and procedures, and nonpharmacological symptom management strategies.

Assessment: Conduct biopsychosocial assessment of each veteran to develop an individualize treatment plan and goals to help identify and address biological, psychological and social factors that can be contributing to a problem or problems of each veteran.

Cornerstone Hospice 08/2015 – 8/2017

Sebring, FL Salary: 48,500

Hours: 40-50

Master Social Work:

Social work practice, principles, and theories: Provides counseling and psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and families; Providing psychosocial education to patients and family caregivers about coping skills, hospice and palliative care philosophy, and nonpharmacological symptom management strategies; Providing in-services to other service providers and organizations; Leading community education workshops; Planning for discharge, coordinating care, and helping clients navigate systems; Facilitating advance care planning and lifespan planning; Intervening in crises; Mediating conflicts within families, between clients and the interdisciplinary team, and between service organizations; Participating in interdisciplinary team meetings, care planning, and ethics consultations; Advocating on behalf of the patient and family; Identifying and linking clients with resources; Facilitating psychoeducational support groups; and Documenting social work activities.

Case Management

Coordinates patients care, conduct regular visit, evaluate patient condition, assess if patient needs additional medical or financial services. Assess and evaluate patient method of coping; coordinate patient care with alternative healthcare services. Educate, evaluate, and assist patient and family with end-of-life plans (funeral and advance directives).

Assessment

Patient’s physical and emotional condition needs resources and family situation; establish and determine patient and family goals and intervention. Evaluate and provides counseling services for patient and family.

Healing Educational Alternatives for Deserving Students 12/2014 – 07/2015

Fort Myers, FL Salary: 45,000

Hours: 20-25

Contract Clinical Therapist :

Social Work practice, principles, and theories: Provide individual, family and/or group therapies in an educational setting using a variety of treatment modalities. Conduct assessments to document history and identify issues for treatment by interviewing the child, family, and other individuals involved with the child to include educational, DJJ representatives and case managers. Develop individualized treatment plans in coordination with the Treatment Team members that may include school staff, case manager, Juvenile Justice Counselor, and Community Based Care Provider.

Coordinate and develop discharge and transition plan based on treatment progress, access to community resources, and after care needs.

Interviews and assessments: Interview clients to establish the nature and extent of concerns or issues; provide professional assistance or supportive counseling; recommends appropriate referral services; formulate of needs with assessments, development of treatment plans and marketing of services offered by H.E.A.D.S. Provided biopsychosocial assessment and conducted individual, group, and family psychotherapy.

Professional community organizations skills: Promote community awareness by providing consultation and educational services by attending community events and community meetings.

GEO Care/Corrective Care Recovery Solution 07/2014-01/2015

Arcadia, FL Salary: 48,500 USD per Year

Hours per week: 40

Clinical Therapist:

Social work practice, principles, and theories: Analyze, document, and implement client’s information into the computer system. Audit clients’ records for proper documentations; ICP/treatment plans for mental health and substance abuse goals are address as related to sex offenders. Determine and implement the appropriate treatment intervention and prevention strategies such as cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focus therapy, or Good Life Model to modify behavior and reduce recidivism.

Interviews and assessments: Conduct a comprehensive assessment during admission interview of clients to establish the nature and extent of issues for adult male sex offenders. Therapists also provide professional assistance; conduct needs assessments, referrals for services; reviews treatment plans and discharge planning with residents and family members. Conduct individual case management or supportive counseling once a week and group psychotherapy twice a week for residents.

Coastal Behavioral Healthcare 07/2013 – 07/2014

Arcadia, FL Salary: 35,000 USD per Year

Hours per week: 40

Clinical Therapist:

Social work practice, principles, and theories: Evaluate and assess the needs of clients with mental health, substance abuse, or co-occurring disorder. Determine and implement the appropriate treatment or intervention such as cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focus, motivational, or trauma focus CBT. Provide education and referrals to appropriate resources. Educate and promote community awareness, acceptance and participation in center programs. Provide support counseling, maintains client confidentiality, and manage medical records and documentation according to established policies, federal and state statutes. Maintain professional relationship and boundaries with clients, staff, and other disciplines.

Interviews and assessments: Interview clients to establish the nature and extent of concerns or issues, provides professional assistance or supportive counseling; recommendation for appropriate referral services; formulating of needs assessments, development of treatment plans and marketing of services offered by Coastal Behavioral HealthCare. Provided biopsychosocial assessment and conducted individual, group, and family psychotherapy.

Professional community organizations skills: Promote community awareness by providing consultation and educational services by attending community events and community meetings.

Communication skills: Address client needs by providing counseling for adults and children with psychological, behavioral, substance abuse, or co-occurring issues. Receive, handle, and respond to telephone calls and customers on a daily basis.

Spring Lake Youth Academy 01/2013 – 06/2013

Arcadia, FL Salary: 00,000 USD per Year

Hours per week: 16- 40

Master of Social Work Internship:

Social work practice, principles, and theories: Analyzed, document, and implemented youth’s information into the computer system. Audit and edit clients’ records of documentations related to individual, group, and family sessions to ensure monthly progress updates; review treatment plans for health and substance abuse issues are address as related to youths’ services. Determine and implement the appropriate treatment or intervention such as cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focus therapy, or trauma focus CBT.

Interviews and assessments: Conduct a comprehensive assessment during admission interview of clients to establish the nature and extent of issues of juveniles between the ages of 14-18. Provides professional assistance, recommendation for appropriate referral services; conduct needs assessments, treatment plans and discharge planning with youth and family members. Conduct individual, group, and family psychotherapy for youth and family members.

Communication Skills: Collaborate with the youth’s family and county services such as education department, probation officers and other resources to help establish aftercare treatment for youth before and after treatment.

Management Skills: Administered comprehensive needs assessment to formulate treatment plan. Maintain comprehensive treatment records of client progress and clients confidentiality. Identify and address psychosocial needs of client and family members; assistances with coping skills, stress management and anticipatory grief and grief reaction

Provides ongoing support for clients.

TideWell Hospice 09/2009 – 06/2013

Arcadia, FL Salary: 29,000 USD per Year

Hours per week: 32- 40

Administrative Skills: Operated general office equipment and telephone system. Conduct audits, surveys or inspections on clients ‘records. Use typing skills with at least 50 wpm daily to implement documentation, reports, and create forms into the computer system. Monitor office and medical supplies. Managed and schedule community meetings. Schedule and coordinates meetings and other events for the Arcadia site.

Supervisory Skills: Provided quarterly training for 25-30 personnel at the Arcadia site on company policies, safety, and Preventive Maintenance on equipment.

Management Skills: Updated and trained staff of the proper procedures in responding to internal /external disasters for the Arcadia site. Maintain the quarterly safety inspection and update documentation and publication for the Acadia site.

Communication: Promote and educate veterans about Tidewell Hospice Veteran Program. Educate and promote community awareness, acceptance and participation in center programs. Provide support counseling, maintains client confidentiality, and manage medical records and documentation according to established policies, federal and state statutes. Maintain professional relationship and boundaries with clients, staff, and other disciplines.

Professional community organizations skills: Coordinate an outreach/town hall meeting with Bay Pines Veteran Administration Minority program to help educate, and inform veterans of services and available resources offered in Desoto County and surrounding of counties. Contact various organizations for participation in the program.

Highlands Dialysis 01/2012 – 08/2012

Sebring, FL Salary: 00,000 USD per Year

Hours per week: 16-32

Master of Social Work Internship

Social work practice, principles, and theories: Evaluate and assess the needs of clients on Dialysis with mental health, and other medical problems. Determine and implement the appropriate treatment or intervention such as cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focus, or motivational therapy. Education clients and provide referrals to appropriate resources. Educate and promote community awareness, acceptance and participation in center programs. Provide support counseling, maintains client confidentiality, and manage medical records and documentation according to established policies, federal and state statutes. Maintain professional relationship and boundaries with clients, staff, and other disciplines.

Administrative Skills: Evaluated, and formulated appropriate treatment plan. Manage clients’ records, and files, and use expert computer skills in a variety of software such as Microsoft office suite. Use typing skills with at least 50 wpm daily to implement documentation into the computer system, and create forms to help organize and increase productivity. Document evidence of treatment with individualized progress notes. Operate general office equipment and telephone system.

Management Skills: Conducted monthly or yearly evaluation of client records in compliance with E.S.R.D. regulations. Provided intake, screening, and referral services; assess clients’ needs by administering an intake evaluation by conducting comprehensive assessment.

Communication Skills: Collaborated with the interdisciplinary team and community agencies to coordinate services to ensure appropriate patient care. Educated clients and families of policies and resources as well as provide individual assessment, treatment planning, and psychoanalysis services to a socio-culturally diverse adult population diagnose with end-stage renal disease.

Danella National 04/2004 – 03/2008

Port Charlotte, FL Salary: 28,800 USD per Year

Hours per week: 40

Admin Assist/Office Manager

Administrative Skills: Performed diversified duties such as typing, copying, filing, record keeping, payroll, processing forms, billing, purchase orders, answering calls, coordinating meetings and training, maintaining supplies, coordinating mailings, preparing forms/binders/manuals, and working on special projects. Prepare all subcontracts, change orders, work orders, bidding documents, and process payroll on a weekly basis for 50-100 personnel. Maintained and reviewed timesheets verify employment, reference, and background checks. Maintained account payable and account receivables for the Arcadia and Port Charlotte site. Scheduled and coordinated meetings and other events for the divisions.

Management Skills: Prepared and maintained monthly financial reports for Arcadia and Port Charlotte site. Designed and maintained a weekly and monthly equipment reports for vehicle mileage and maintenance. Designed and maintain a monthly inventory report for the Arcadia and Port Charlotte site. Managed and updated information in administrative publication.

Communication Skills: Collaborated with other division for the improvement of customer services. Researched and enlisted vendor for services; addressed and resolved public complaints.

Market Source 04/2004 – 03/2008

Alpharetta, GA Salary: 7,020.00 USD per Year

Hours per week: 13-15

Account Sales Rep:

Administrative Skills: Evaluated stores progress, inventory, order supplies, update call reports, and implement documentation into the computer system.

Communication Skills: Identified market potential by qualifying accounts. Recommends new products and services by evaluating current product results; identifying needs to be filled. Establish a rapport with potential account, provided training on HP products and service capabilities.

Management Skills: Increased sales of Hewitt Packard products, setup, stock, inventory and demo products. Educate and train store representative from 3 different accounts at (Circuit City, Staples, and Office Depot) on HP products. Educated sale staffs in existing accounts by introducing new products and services

MILITARY/CIVILIAN EDUCATION

Barry University

Miami, FL

12/2013

Master of Social Work (MSW)

54 out of 60 semester hours

Major: Social Work

GPA: 3.6 out of 4.0

University of Phoenix

Phoenix, AZ

BS, 11/2010

120 semester hours

Major: Psychology

GPA: 3.5 out of 4.0

JOB RELATED TRAINING

Substance Abuse & Mental Health (FARS) Functional Assessment Rating Scale

Substance Abuse & Mental Health (CFARS) Children’s Functional Assessment Rating Scale

Introduction to the Baker Act (USF)

Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect (DCF)

Psychological First Aid Online

Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (MUSC)

LANGUAGES/EDUCATION

Primary Language English

Spoken: Advanced

Written: Advanced

Read: Advanced

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Computer Literate (Excel Words, PowerPoint, Lotus Notes, Citrus, Forefront, Outlook, Solution, Matrix, and CHMC software)



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