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SOCIAL WORKER

Knightdale, NC

your.email@example.com
111-222-3333
www.your-website.com

Work Experience

SOCIAL WORKER

CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES,

May 2005Apr 2012

WAKE COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES
SEXUAL ABUSE TREATMENT UNIT

Primary Responsibilities: Ensuring the safety of children whom are neglected,
Abused or dependent.
  • In- home services, providing community resources for families and children
  • Facilitating quarterly child and family treatment team meetings.
  • Testifying in court concerning child custody, foster care and other matters.
  • Case consultation with law enforcement, attorneys, district attorneys, psychologists, school personnel and outside agencies
  • Investigative assessments, utilizing forensic interviewing techniques
  • Telephone contact with school personnel, outside agencies and families for interviewing purposes.
  • Monitoring behavioral and academic problems in school and at home, and providing access to psychologists, therapists, developmental and learning services and crisis assistance.
  • Attending Statewide trainings to further knowledge in sex abused, domestic violence, , substance abuse, legal and trauma focused issues.
  • Taking children into CPS custody and placing them in foster care homes in order to ensure their safety.
  • Supervising parent and child visitations, meeting with parents and assisting foster parent and biological parent in co-parenting the child together.

HUMAN SERVICES SENIOR PRACTITIONER

WAKE COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES,

Oct 2001May 2005

Intensive Intervention Team

Primary responsibilities: Case management services with severely and emotionally disturbed children and their families.
  • Facilitation monthly treatment team meetings
  • Developing treatment goals, strategies and interventions, collaborating with psychiatrist on diagnosis, medication needs of clients and appropriateness of out of home placements.
  • Initiation referrals for residential placement, evaluating, assessing and monitoring client on a weekly to monthly basis in a residential placement.
  • Facilitating quarterly meetings with school personnel, advocating with teachers and school staff in crisis situations.
  • Assisting clients with resources, such as: emergency monetary and housing needs, different community activities and groups, and with basic healthcare needs.

IN-HOME FAMILY THERAPIST

FAMILY AND YOUTH INCORPORATED,

Apr 1999Jun 2001

HIGH RISK INTERVENTION
Primary Responsibilities: Working on [parent and child relationship abuse issues and school/peer problems
  • Modeling appropriate parenting skills and helping them provide a safe and healthy environment for their children.
  • Assessing each unique families situation and working closely on issues of behavior management and consistent discipline/reward structure
  • Teaching parents about childhood mental illness and learning disabilities
  • Coordinating with school and daycare facilities to help consistently manage behavior problems

SOCIAL WORKER /CASE MANAGER

FAMILY AND YOUTH INCORPORATED,

Jun 2000Mar 2001

HOLLY Hill /Charter Hospital
Inpatient Adolescent Unit
Primary Responsibilities: family, group and individual therapy, case management and discharge planning:
  • Continuous observation, redirection a, crisis intervention, and limit setting with the adolescents on a daily basis
  • Psycho-educational groups on self -esteem, anger management, stress, depression and substance abuse.
  • Educate families about serious mental illness, such as bipolar disorder, psychosis, conduct disorder and oppositional defiant disorder.
  • Discharge planning: Coordinating information with the treating psychiatrist and community agencies to placer patients in group/residential settings or back with their families.

SOCIAL WORKER III (CRISIS THERAPIST)

OPC-MENTAL HEALTRH CENTER, Chapel Hill, NC

1996 2000

Primary Responsibilities: Working with children, adults and families on a short-term and long-term basis.
  • Screening and intake assessments, emergency hospitalizations
  • Immediate crisis counseling for walk- ins and access to community resources
  • Assistance to psychiatrists for medication requests

OPC-MENTAL HEALTRH CENTER, Hillsborough, NC

Sep 1998Nov 1998

Primary Responsibilities: Facilitated a group for eight to ten women for and a half hours sessions once a week
  • Educated the group by using interactive role playing, visual aids and open discussion
  • Taught the women about PTSD, Major Depression, learned helplessness and the cycle of violence
  • Provided counseling for individuals in addition to group sessions and was available by phone

INTERNSHIP

THE BRIDGE, Grand Rapids, MI

1995 1996

Supervised runaway and abused teenagers on a daily basis:
  • Oversaw behavior, dealt with crisis -like peer situations and helped with group activities ;such as ;outings and chores
  • Conducted individual and family cases and psycho -educational groups
  • Attended regular staff meetings and in -services, grief and loss, medication dispersement, protective services).

CRISIS INTERVENTION COUNSELOR

OZONE HOUSE,

1992 1994

ANN ARBOR, mi
PHONE AND INDIVIDUAL YOUTH AND FAMILY CRISIS COUNSELOR:
  • Counseled runaway, suicidal and abused youth between the ages of 13 and 19
  • Participated in outreach activities and was trained in advanced counseling techniques
  • Organized training for volunteers

Education

MASTERS OF SOCIAL WORK

GRAND VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY,

1996

BACHELOR OF ARTS in HISTORY

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, Madison, WI

1991

drama

University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

Political science

Wayne State University,

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