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Core Qualifications
  • Customer Service
  • Dependable
  • Detail Oriented
  • Strong verbal communication
  • Punctual 
  • Verifying orders
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Ability to work independently 
Professional Summary
Retried Air Force Veteran looking for work as a delivery driver for Amazon. Clean driving record with experience conducting vehicle inspections. 
Diploma, Pharmacy Technician 2018 Brightwood College - San Pedro San Antonio, TX, United States
Bachelor of Science, Occupational Safety and Health Administration 1995 Grand Valley State University Allendale, MI, United States
Pharmacy Technician Experience
Outpatient Pharmacy Technician Jan 2019 to Current
Audie L. Murphy Memorial VA Hospital Pharmacy San Antonio, TX
  • Operates Optifill dispensing system, restocks canisters, trouble shoots, and performs preventative maintenance.
  • Processes and fills outpatient prescriptions for scheduled and non-scheduled drugs, medical devices, over-the-counter products and supply items.     
  • Utilizes hospital computer systems to verify patient identification and current prescriptions prior to releasing them to patient.
  • Removes expired/outdated medications and processes the medications for destruction.
Pharmacy Technician Trainee Feb 2018 to Apr 2018
Triangle Pharmacy Solutions Cibolo, TX
  • Inputted customer prescriptions and insurance information into Pioneer RX software.
  • Provided customer service to customers who were picking up prescriptions.
  • Rotated stock, removed expired/damaged products and resolved discrepancies in drug counts.
  • Verified, scanned and weighed ingredients from master formula list via Compounder RX.
  • Compounded non-sterile and extemporaneous medications in liquid, powder, cream, paste, and troche forms in accordance with pharmacist guidance 
    Military Experience
    Various Jobs and Locations Jun 1996 to Jun 2016
    United States Air Force San Antonio, TX
    • Vetted and assigned Air Force personnel to deployments in support of national security objectives.
    • Performed comprehensive health assessments for base hospital and 118 industrial areas in accordance with state, federal, and Air Force regulations. 
    • Managed base respiratory protection program validating need for respiratory protection, developed cartridge/filter exchange schedule, and trained personnel on use and care of respirators. 
    • Arranged, conducted, and evaluated all phases of nuclear security training for 850 security personnel.
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    Professional Summary
    To utilize my social science knowledge to help clients maximize their potential.
    • Operating Systems (XP, Vista, MAC OS 9, MAC OS X)
    • Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint,)
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    Certified TDOC De-Briefing Team member which responds to traumatic events such as the death of staff, inmate, or a general unexpected emergency situation throughout the State of TN. *Excellent public speaking, persuasive, and interpersonal relations in any environment or population *Intensive Inpatient Behavioral Health, CPS, Foster, Adoption Certified in the State of Georgia, CPR Certified in TN
    Work History
    CorizonHealth Inc Outpatient Therapist
    • Lois DeBerry Special Needs Correctional Facility/ Corizon Health Inc.
    Mental Health Therapist
    • Lead therapist that manages Inter-professional team on Unit 7D ((Simulation Unit)) within the Mental Health building 7 facility, which consist of Licensed RN, Correctional staff, psychiatrist, physicians, clients, and counselors.
    • Ensures all programming is evidence based and maintains APA/ACA standard level programming and has measured its effectiveness.
    • Provides individual and group therapy to clients in order to assist with their overall adjustment in the correctional environment and provide treatment for specific needs as identified in their treatment plan.
    • Oversees Supportive Living Unit 7D; an Intensive Inpatient Behavioral Health Level of Care 4 program which consists of a structured environment with clients whom are diagnosed with at least one Serious and Persistent Mental illness who are not yet able to live and function effectively in the general prison population due to the nature of their mental illness, symptoms, and lack of effective coping skill implementation.
    • Also, Provide treatment for inmate population with maladaptive/adverse behaviors ((self mutilators, Personality Disorders, sex offenders, transgender)) for the entire State of TN.
    • Participates on the Crisis Stabilization Team to conduct assessments/interventions to de-escalate, and make clinical decisions of current mental health status to determine if they need to be admitted to the infirmary on suicide watch, seclusion, or behavior management plan.
    • Developed an incentive based pilot program within Unit 7D.
    • 7D is a unique Unit in that it is a simulation of a less restrictive program/POD, designed for reality testing to ensure that the inmate/client can safely and effectively utilize interpersonal skills in a social environment with staff and peers.
    • Once a client has implemented proper coping skills, they will be able to move on to a population that is less restrictive, or re-entry to society.
    • Evidence Based Group Therapy include, but are not limited to CBT, DBT, PTSD, Crisis Management, Interpersonal Relations, Re-Entry and Co-Occurring Disorder treatment.
    • Focused interventions are also conducted throughout every security level of the inmate population.
    • Leading Interpersonal Relations therapist that utilize the DSM-V and other research for the purpose of enhancing the client's interpersonal capabilities to improve their ability to function in society.
    Lloyd C. Elam Mental Health Center
    • Conducted psycho-social assessments to determine the appropriate service, eligibility, and make recommendations to the client to maximize the possibility of recovery.
    • Provided individual therapy centering upon their specific diagnosis, and their environment, by using the appropriate treatment (Ex.
    • Systems Theory, Gestalt, Cognitive Behavioral Theory) - Created curriculum on a weekly basis centered around Mental Health and Substance Abuse according to the SAMSA standard of practice.
    • Techniques and therapies used in these groups center around process groups (psycho-analytical), 12 step philosophies, Addiction 101 (Triggers & Urges), life skills, emotional discharging, role playing, self-actualization, and therapeutic communications.
    Vanderbilt Hospital Medical-Pediatric Clinic Social Worker | January 2010 - January 2011
    • Conducted psychosocial assessments on clients when appropriate.
    • Identifies services in the community based on needs of the client.
    • Utilizes an evidence based practice approach to all clients in care.
    • Implements care based on the inter-professional team and clients plan of action Plan of action may include community care though home visits, advocacy, insurance eligibility & billing assistance, counseling, and follow-up to care.
    Mental Health Cooperative Case Manager | January 2009 - January 2010
    • Provided services to clients diagnosed with a serious and/or persistent mental illness.
    • Coordinated client services to assure continuity of care.
    • Created service plan goals improving client quality of life.
    • Served as client advocate including but not limited to: interpret needs to providers, reduce or eliminate barriers, make assertive efforts to assure adaptations and accommodations for the improvement of clients' lives, and ensure that clients' basic needs were met.
    Bryan County Georgia DCS Social Services Case Manager
    Adoption Case Manager | January 2006 - January 2009
    • Served as liaison between the agency and the community for children in the care of Bryan County.
    • Ensured compliance with IV-E standards.
    • Ensured each child in care is safe and has a stable home.
    • Worked with the biological parents toward reunification when appropriate.
    • Provided court testimony to relay the case status, extend custody and make recommendations for termination of parental rights or adoption.
    • Ensured the needs (medical, emotional, social, and financial) and well being of children were met.
    Social Services Case Manager
    Child Protective Services Case Manager | January 2005 - January 2006
    • Responded to allegations of child abuse through investigations, diversions, or ongoing services.
    • Assisted families with Safety or Family Plans to reduce current or future risk.
    • Cooperated with Law Enforcement in removing a child to ensure their safety.
    • Conducted Safety Assessments on possible resource for children at risk through Home Evaluations, Background Checks, and Drug Screens.
    Licensed Clinical Social Worker
    • for the State of TN with all rights and abilities to practice private or public practice.
    Master of Social Work Tennessee State University Nashville, Tennessee
    Bachelor of Arts Sociology Albany State University Albany, Georgia Sociology
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    My name is Devin Gray. I am a self taught web developer. I have studied Javascript, HTML, CSS, BootStrap, ReactJS, and Wordpress on my own. My work and educational experiences have taught me the importance of continuous learning, teamwork, and hard work. I believe in having high standards and daunting goals. I am a triathlete, a computer nerd, and a hardworking employee.



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    Education and Training
    Pleasant Grove High School - - Pleasant Grove, Utah, United States 2017 High School Diploma
    Correctional Officer / Idaho Department Of Corrections - Nampa, ID 02/2019 - Current
    • Employed de-escalation techniques, verbal commands and effective communication to maintain control of intense situations without the use of force
    Warehouse Associate / ThermoWorks Inc. - American Fork, UT 07/2018 - 11/2018
    • Worked with a team to complete and ship all orders effectively and efficiently
    Physical Therapist Aide / The Peaks Care and Rehab - Orem, Utah 02/2018 - 05/2018
    • Provided excellent customer service by effectively communicating with patients, families, and other staff
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    Professional Summary
    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy expert and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor in Texas offering a comprehensive background in  addiction services and life skills counseling.
    • Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor (LADAC)
    • Superior oral and written communication skills
    • Treatment and discharge planning
    • Case management
    • Correctional facility counseling
    • Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous
    • Organized
    • Grief counseling
    • 12 Core Functions knowledge
    • Team player
    • Strong interpersonal skills
    • Reliable
    Work History
    Substance abuse Counselor, 05/2015 to Current
    BES Group 4000 Burke Pasadena, TX
    •  Obtain information about patients through clinical interview, case history, and  observational techniques,
    • Formulate program for treatment and rehabilitation of patient. 
    • Explain available substance abuse treatment services(Detox, IOP/SOP.
    • Facilitate group and individual sessions for an outpatient facility.
    • Attended all program staff meetings, treatment reviews and other agency meetings as necessary
    • Maintain current knowledge base on counseling issues regarding substance abuse and other psycho-social disorders through conferences, educational for licensure, and applicable current literature.
    • Teach patients with substance disorder how to better cope using various therapeutic theories .
    • Identify patients issues and create goals and treatment plans
    • Provide updates to courts or other referral sources.
    • Referring patients to support groups
    • Setting up aftercare plans​​

    Clinical Supervisor, 11/2014 to 05/2015
    Turning Point Plane State Jail
    • Developed and ran programs to increase awareness of the causes and effects of drug and alcohol abuse in an Correctional Facility.
    • Monitored the work of a  staff of ten Counselors and Counselor Interns.
    • Ensured facility was in compliance with DSHS and TDCJ policies.
    • Performed monthly audits of patients charts
    • Collaborated with the program director and counselors to determine continuum of care or program participants.
    • Provided individual and group counseling and participated in case conferences.
    • Ensured that counseling staff have been adequately trained in the use of curriculum.
    • Conducted regular quality assurance and quality improvement reviews.


    Outpatient Services Coordinator, 07/2014 to 11/2014
    Into Action Recovey 400 El Camino Dr. Houston, TX
    •  Senior Substance Abuse Therapist responsible for providing services at the IOP and SOP level of care in an outpatient facility.
    •  Conducted clinical assessments, treatment, case management, consultation, referral.
    • Referred clients to community resources for services such as job placement, debt counseling, legal aid, housing, medical treatment, or financial assistance, and provided concrete information.
    • Developed service plans in consultation with clients, and perform follow-ups assessing the quantity and quality of services provided
    • Assessed client risk factors and treatment service needs
    • Conducted intakes, assessments, and treatment service plans
    • Attend staff meetings, supervisory conferences, and other activities, which ensure the smooth functioning of clinical operations
    • Other duties as determined by Program Director.

    Therapist, 12/2012 to 06/2014
    Woodward Counseling Flushing Road, Flint, MI
    • Counseled clients to help them understand and overcome personal, social and behavioral problems.
    • Revised treatment plans in consultation with clinical psychiatrist based on patient progress.
    • Led supportive group discussions and education sessions with alcohol and drug users and their families.
    • Led five group therapy sessions each week.
    • Conducted numerous one-on-one counseling sessions per week.
    • Consulted with clients when developing long term treatment plan goals and objectives.
    • Obtained the necessary signatures on "Release of Information" forms to obtain medical and treatment records from other service providers.
    • Educated clients and their families about client rights and responsibilities.
    • Consulted with other staff members regarding treatment plans as deemed appropriate by the team leader.

    Therapist, 04/2003 to 12/2012
    Insight Inc. 1110 Eldon Baker Drive
    • Explained available substance abuse treatment services to clients.
    • Interviewed and assessed an average of Twenty incoming residents per week.
    • Educated clients and their families about client rights and responsibilities.
    • Developed and ran programs to increase awareness of the causes and effects of drug and alcohol abuse.
    • Followed up with program participants after program completion to track progress.
    • Collected and analyzed data on individual clients using records, tests, interviews and professional sources.
    • Arranged for postrelease services, such as employment, housing, counseling, education, and social activities
    • Coordinated counseling efforts with mental health professionals, doctors, nurses, and social workers
    • Revised treatment plans in consultation with clinical psychiatrist based on patient progress.
    • Counseled patients with mental health disorders such as Depression and Anxiety.
    • Conducted one-on-one counseling sessions on a weekly basis.

    Bachelor of Science: Pyschology, 2000
    University of Michigan - Flint, MI
    Associate of Science: Micro Computers, 1989
    Baker College - Flint, MI
    LCDC expiration 2018 
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    Professional Summary

    Highly motivated Rheumatology Medical Science Liaison, and experienced Medical Affairs consultant, with over three years of Post-Doctoral Rheumatology and immunology fellowship at the Center for Education and Research in Therapeutics of Musculoskeletal Disorders (CERTs), and the Center of Research Translation (CoRT) in Gout and Hyperuricemia at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and Syrian Internal Medicine board certified. I am well versed in clinical medicine, medical affairs, clinical research, clinical trials design, reviewing and writing studies protocols, data analysis, recruitment strategies, health economics and outcomes, developing relationships with KOLs, reviewing and approving of investigator-initiated studies, abstract presenting , and publications. I had extensive training in Internal Medicine, rheumatology and Immunology. I lead both NIH funded studies as well as investigator initiated clinical trials. I am a member of the American college of Rheumatology and immunology, and the American medical association. I am a Medical Affairs Board certified (BCMAS).

    Professional Experience
    Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals Bedminster, NJ Medical Science Liaison-Rheumatology- West 07/2019 to Current
    • Engaging in peer-to-peer scientific dialogue effectively communicating scientific, medical, technical, or product (reactive) content
    • Identifying KOL Advocates and Collaborators within the assigned territory
    • Developing relationships with focus KOLs in the assigned territory through engaging in scientific exchange
    • Participating in advisory boards
    • Supporting HCP field education, training, and safe use of drugs or biologics
    • Supporting company sponsored research, investigator-initiated research, external collaborative research, and publications associated with product(s)
    • Collecting scientific and clinical insights based on scientific information/clinical data sharing to optimize Medical communications and coordinated strategy and tactics across the organization
    • Ensuring appropriate communication of clinical and scientific information regarding FDA approved and pipeline products in a timely, ethical, and customer-focused manner with support of my director
    • Responding to MIRFs with an initial contact within in timely manner
    • Contributing to scientific content and/or helps create materials in support of a project or initiative
    • Co-Lead and support the team activities at the American College of Rheumatology and the Association of Rheumatology Professionals Annual Meeting (ACR/ARP 19)
    • Representing Mallinckrodt at key medical conferences and congresses and with the thought leader community
    • Actively conducting training for speakers , sales and marketing access
    • Act as the Rheumatology expert in our team
    CeloNova BioSciences, Inc. San Antonio, TX Medical Affairs Consultant 08/2017 to Current
    • Reporting to Chief Medical Officer, overseeing investigational product/device safety, providing scientific and medical leadership
    • Partnering with regional medical teams to ensure regional activities are aligned with medical strategy
    • Participate in review and approval of investigator initiated studies
    • Review current study enrollment, and support PIs in under-recruiting sites
    • Leading efforts for execution of global medical tactics, including data generation and communication plans, CEC plan, and data management plan
    • Providing medical content expertise for abstract review, training, advisory boards and other data communication opportunities
    • Successfully preparing , reviewing , and overviewing submitting of two DSMB reports
    • Participating in sites initiation visits, and providing training to KOLs and their staff
    • Successfully preparing , reviewing , and overviewing submitting of PAS report
    • Perform medical review of ICSRs, medical coding; generate relevant medical queries; if needed, contact site investigators to discuss case; draft analyses of similar events for expeditable cases
    • Oversees MDR & Vigilance reports submission
    • Review and provide input on Complaint Investigation Report (CIR) form, including including medical narrative writing, and approving
    • Review and provide input on Safety plan, DSMB meeting, Post-approval studies (PAS)and CEC Adjudication events
    • Work with Regulatory affairs to identify reportable AE, and write clinical narrative for adequate submission to ANSM, FDA,...etc
    • Train CRAs in Safety Management including: AE Reporting, SMP, DSMB, frequent errors, coding conventions (AE/SAE)
    • Review and provide input on regulatory /clinical / safety documents, e.g. protocols, IBs, Annual Safety Reports, safety reporting forms, SAPs, etc
    • Review database for consistency and medical logic relevant clinical data which may include, but is not limited to, patients demographics, previous medical history, concomitant medication, AE and SAE listings, protocol deviation listings etc. and generate appropriate data clarification forms when needed
    • Lead medical and clinical affairs to resolve any medical query
    • Supervise , and work with ISAResearch Center to resolve any adverse event query after reviewing source documents(SD)
    • Provide medical input in medical coding for AE/SAE
    • Review and approve online and paper Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities (MedDRA) code listings for medical accuracy as per study specific Data Management Plan
    • Supervise monthly AE/SAE review to identify events to send for CEC adjudication committee
    • Provide medical safety support and expertise for internal and external stakeholders
    • Write, and overview final data listings, tables and figures asper Data Management Plan (DMP)
    The Permanente Medical Group (TPMG) Oakland, CA Clinical Documentation Consultant 05/2017 to Current

    Department of Encounter Information Operations

    • Performing comprehensive clinical review of medical cases to accurately identify relevant clinical evidence suggesting the presence of medical diagnosis, or the more accurate medical diagnosis
    • Ranked first in 2018 with clinical cases review YTD average 292.2. The team average is 214
    • Provides concise narrative of findings to treating physicians for further addressing, and consideration
    • Act as Principal Medical Liaison for Kaiser Permanente East Bay centers to establish relationship with regional leader
    • Conducts data, process, and root cause analyses to improve clinical review process and clinical documentation
    • Established effective working relationships with physician leaders, project managers, and other clinical staff to identify and manage clinical issues and process gaps
    • Actively participating in team discussions, facilitating clinical talks, and sharing medical knowledge
    • Act as principal medical consular and clinical expert in Rheumatology, and Immunology
    • Clinical review cases in different specialty: Cardiology, Hematology, Endocrinology, Psychiatry, Pulmonary disease, and Gastroenterology cases
    University of Alabama at Birmingham Birmingham, Alabama Postdoctoral Fellow/Researcher V 03/2014 to 05/2017

    Department of Medicine, Division of Clinical Immunology and Rheumatology

    Center of Education and Research on Therapeutics(CERTs)

    Center of Research Translation(CORT) in Gout and Hyperuricemia

    • Provides education on medical and scientific topics to internal business partners
    • Responsibilities include: Clinical trial management, conducting, recruitment strategies, and clinical support
    • Engage in scientific discussions with an understanding of Key Opinion Leader beliefs and research interests
    • Provided medical review of individual case safety reports (including literature) for domestic and foreign, marketed and investigational products
    • Prepare and review periodic aggregate safety reports to National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases(NIAM), and support DSMB meetings
    • Review adverse event data, literature, and other safety-relevant data for the purpose of signal detection
    • Designed the SURPHER study, a P50 NIH funded study by the Center of Research Translation (CORT) in Gout and Hyperuricemia. The study evaluated the effects of urate lowering therapy(ULT) in improving the endothelial dysfunction. Published the design paper as first author
    • Provide input in designing clinical trials, by providing scientific, and medical expertise
    • Lead the study design, scientific input with lectures search and protocol writing in: “study the effects of Prolia with ULT in gout erosion, funded by AMGEN, and second study with AMPEL “Reduce Pegloticase immunogenicity by given immune modulators”
    • Supervised, coordinated, and monitored patients' visits for SURPHER study, by performing the protocol producers, monitoring participant adherence to protocol, performing regular data cleaning, doing data analysis, and assessing drug side effects
    • Principal investigator on NIH P50 ancillary study to SURPHER study. The results of the study presented as poster at: American College of Rheumatology annual meeting; Washington, DC, USA. 2016, and EULAR annual meeting, Madrid, Spain,2017
    • Monitor and report adverse events to safety officers for other clinical trials
    • Led interactions with investigators regarding clinical trials, research, and Rheumatology and immunology portfolio questions
    • Attend National and International scientific meeting which include but not limited to ACR, EULAR, and CAMBAC
    • Worked with investigator initiated clinical trial with companies not limited to SOBI , AMPEL , Astrazeneca, Horizon, Amgen, Takeda, and others
    • Major Clinical trials include:
    • "Double-blinded, crossover trial in which participants are randomly assigned to 300 mg of allopurinol as ULT or placebo to evaluate the effects of urate lowering therapy on inflammation, endothelial function, and blood pressure (SURPHER) study"NIH funded
    • "A Randomized, phase 2 therapeutic exploratory, double blinded, active control, multi center, efficacy and safety of SQ anakinra compared to IM triamcinlone in the treatment of acute gouty arthritis" Sobi
    • "Randomized multicenter pilot trial to evaluate if the addition of denosumab to intense urate-lowering therapy will lead to reduction in computerized tomography (CT) erosion scores in patients with radiographic damage caused by gout or chronic tophaceous gout " AMGEN
    • "Exploratory open label, phase 2, multicenter study to evaluate the effectiveness of a 16-week high zone tolerance regimen of pegloticase on response to therapy (SUA <6 mg/dL) with this drug in adult hyperuricemic subjects with gout refractory to conventional therapy" AMPEL BioSolutions
    • “Observational phase 4 study of use of KRYSTEXXA (pegloticase) in adult hyperuricemic patients with gout refractory to conventional Therapy” Savient Pharmaceuticals
    • "Rheumatology and Arthritis database and Repository (RADAR), to identify genetic and other factors that determine severity of different rheumatic diseases " funded by UAB
    • "A Randomized, prospective, comparison of interactive voice respnse (IVR) telephone questionnaire/flare reporting system versus RheumPRO (a smartphone study application) with crossover"Astrazeneca
    University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham Birmingham, AL Externship in Inpatient consults service 11/2014 to 05/2015

    Department of Medicine, Division of Clinical Immunology and Rheumatology

    • Diagnosis and treating patient with various medical and Rheumatologic diseases
    • Follow up with patient treatment and diagnosis with Kenneth Saag, M.D
    • Recruit patients from inpatient service to our study
    • Discuss the eligibility of patients with clinical team
    University of Alabama at Birmingham Birmingham, AL Externship in Rhuematology and Immunology outpatient clinics 11/2014 to 05/2017

    Department Medicine,Division of Rheumatology and Immunology

    • Diagnosis and treating up to 15 patient per day with various medical and Rheumatologic diseases
    • Worked three days a week in Rheumatology, Osteoporosis, and Gout clinics
    • Follow up with patient treatment and diagnosis with Kenneth Saag, M.D
    • Developed,established and implanted a protocol to timely review clinic results with follow up steps for abnormal findings or results
    • Developed and implanted a Gout clinic note to be used by providers
    UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA AT BIRMINGHAM BIRMINGHAM, AL Observer in the Department of Medicine , Division of Cardiovascular Disease 08/2013 to 10/2013
    • Observe rotation in the Cardiac Catheterization laboratories: observed procedures like cardiac catheterization (through femoral artery or radial artery access) including coronary angiographyand ventriculography, intra-aortic balloon pump placement, conventional balloon angioplasty,stenting, rotational atherectomy, directional atherectomy, rheolytic thrombectomy, peripheralangioplasty and stenting including the subclavian, renal and iliac arteries
    • Clinical rotation in the Cardiac Care Unit. Was exposed to wide variety of complex cardiology problems in acutely and critically ill patients, including hemodynamic monitoring,hemodynamic support, and ventilator management. Observed the management of acute andchronic heart failure with the use of inotropic and mechanical support
    • Attended all theCardiovascular Conferences /Grand Rounds, Research seminars, Journal Clubs
    UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA AT BIRMINGHAM BIRMINGHAM, AL Observer in the Department of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology 07/2013 to 09/2013
    • Observe clinical rotation in the Hepatology ,and Gastroenterology consults service on hospitalized patients on both the surgical and medical services, as well as in the various intensive care units. I reviewed the patient charts assigned to me by the specialty fellow, rounded with the team, and discussed the care plan
    • Observed the routine gastrointestinal procedures related to hepatic disease,including endoscopic treatment of variceal bleeding and liver biopsies
    • Observed the routine gastrointestinal procedures such as EGD and colonoscopy
    • Prepared a lecture about pancreatic Divisum based on a case on the floor, and presented during the mooring report
    • Attended the Clinical Conferences/Grand Rounds, Research seminars, and Journal Clubs
    Al-Darrage Hospital Latakia, Syria Moonlighting/ Hospitalist 09/2012 to 12/2013
    • Closely examined patients' medical history, medication allergies, physical condition and test results to verify necessity of operations and to determine proper procedures.
    • Carefully analyzed test results and information gathered during examinations to properly diagnose illnesses and diseases
    • Regularly referred patients to medical specialists or other practitioners for more specialized courses of treatment.Patiently explained prescribed procedures and discussed test results with patients and their families
    Al-Watani (National) Hospital/ Syrian Ministry Of Health Latakia, Syria Internal Medicine Resident 02/2011 to 02/2014
    • Closely examined patients' medical history, medication allergies, physical condition and test results to verify necessity of operations and to determine proper procedures.
    • Carefully analyzed test results and information gathered during examinations to properly diagnose illnesses and diseases.
    • Regularly referred patients to medical specialists or other practitioners for more specialized courses of treatment.
    • Patiently explained prescribed procedures and discussed test results with patients and their families.
    • Maintained accurate medical records and documented patient case history in detail.
    • Served as selected associate chief of resident
    Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates Certificate (ECFMG) 2013 
    United State Medical Licensing Examination Step 1: 2013 
    United State Medical Licensing Examination Step 2 Clinical Exam: 2013 
    United State Medical Licensing Examination Step 2 Clinical Knowledge: 2012
    Permanent License to practice Medicine Syria: 2011
    Education and Training
    Medical Affairs Board Certified : Board Certification in Medical Affairs Specialists Program (BCMAS) 2018 Accreditation Council for Medical Affairs, New York, NY, USA
    Certificate: Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) Research Training Program 2015 University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, USA
    Syrian Board of Internal Medicine 2014 Syrian Medical and Clinical Board, Latakia, Latakia, Syria
    M.D.: Doctor of Medicine 2010 Kalamoon University Faculty of Medicine Syria
    MSc in Rheumatology: Rheumatology and Immunology Expected in 2020 University of South Wales, Cardiff Campus, Cardiff , Wales, United Kingdom
    Rheumatology Postgraduate Diploma Expected in 2019 University of South Wales, Cardiff Campus United Kingdom

    Meritorious abstract presenter, The University of Alabama Comprehensive Arthritis, Musculoskeletal, Bone and Autoimmunity Center (CAMBAC) Research Day; Birmingham, Alabama, USA. 2016

    Outstanding Intern of the Year, Al-Watani Hospital; Latakia, Syria, 2011

    Outstanding Case Report for Medical Resident, Annual Resident meeting; Latakia, Syria, 2011

    Best Clinical Documentation Consultant in North California,The Permanente Medical Group, Oakland, CA, 2017
    Community Service
    • Sunday School Counselor / teacher at St. John Greek Orthodox church, Latakia, Syria,2010 - 2012
    • Supervisor children scout camps at St. Michael and St. Gabriel Greek Orthodox church, Latakia, Syria, 2005-2010
    • St. Nicholas Orthodox church, Board member, elected chair of financial committee, San francisco, CA, 2019
    • American College of Rheumatology (ACR), 11/16
    • American Medical Association (AMA), 9/13
    • The Medical Science Liaisons Alliance, 6/2019
    • Syrian American Medical Society (SAMS), 2010
    • Syrian Medical Association, Latakia Chapter, 2011
    • Syrian Ministry of Health, 2010 
    • Internal Medicine Society,Syria, 2010
    • The Medical Affairs Professional Society (MAPS), 7/2019
    • Member of U18 National Syrian Basketball Team from 2002-2004
    • Member of the University of Kalamoon Basketball (UOK) team from 2010 -2014. Syrian universities championship 2017
    • Member of the UOK medical school soccer team from 2010-2012
    • Passion for reading with special interest in history and Philosophy
    • Chess player, won the 3rd place in the UOK chess championship, 2010
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    Professional Summary

    Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant and eager team player, committed to delivering compassionate quality care to all patients. Exhibits excellent interpersonal skills and a passion for the field of Physical Therapy. Knowledgeable, hardworking individual with great attention to detail, and a versatile work experience. Enthusiastic, well-rounded, recent graduate with a devotion to lifelong learning and growth within the profession. 


    Honors graduate of Physical Therapist Assistant program; AAS Degree

    LSVT Certified

    CPR, BLS, AED Certified

    Proficient in Spanish

    President's and Dean's list throughout education career

    Recognized for outstanding dedication to patient care

    IFPA certified fitness trainer from 2009-2011

    Education and Training
    Associate of Applied Science, Physical Therapist Assistant Program 2017 Concorde Career College Dallas, TX, USA

    President's List Academic Achievement, Dean's List, Helping Hand & Perfect Attendance Awards

    Coursework in Kinesiology, Functional & Applied Anatomy, Patient Care, Modalities, Pathology, and other Physical Therapy Assistant course work

    APTA Member

    Associate of Science, Kinesiology Collin County Community College Plano, TX, USA

    Member of Athletic Trainer Program

    Coursework in Anatomy & Physiology, Bandaging & Taping, BLS

    President's List

    Associate of Science, Kinesiology Eastfield College Mesquite, TX, United States

    Member of Phi Theta Kappa

    Coursework in Biology, Anatomy & Physiology, & Nutrition

    President's List

    Harvester Baseball Team

    Professional Experience
    Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant Mar 2017 to Current
    The Rehabilitation Center: Therapeutic Solutions Sherman, TX
    • LSVT Certified
    • All hands-on CEU experience
    • Safety/ADA Committee for 2 years
    • Volunteer at several community and social events
    • Proficient with manual techniques such as, PNF/NDT, Mobilizations, among others
    • Well-verse in regards to all modalities
    • Facilitated ADL's and assisted patients with functional mobility to increase quality of life
    • Earned repeated commendations from supervisor and patients for providing high-quality, compassionate care
    • Compassionately assisted patients in all disciplines of PT such as, Orthopedics, Neurological, Geriatrics, and Pediatrics
    • Delivered high-quality and compassionate treatment to indigent and low-income patient communities
    Student Physical Therapist Assistant Oct 2016 to Apr 2017
    Clinical Rotations Dallas, TX

    Orthopaedic Specialists of Dallas

    • Orthopedic Outpatient
    • CI: Lauren Podina MSPT, PT, OCS, CSCS
    • 1301 Summer Lee Dr., Rockwall, TX 75032

    The Rehabilitation and Wellness Centre of Dallas

    • Inpatient/LTAC/SNF/Outpatient Orthopedics
      CI: Bernita Dixon, PT (35 years of experience)
    • 4200 Live Oak St., Dallas, TX 75204

    The Rehabilitation Center

    • Outpatient:
      Orthopedic/Neurological/Pediatrics (Non-Profit)
    • CI: Zachary Morin, PTA
    • 1216 Hillcrest Dr, Sherman, TX 75092
    Physical Therapy Technician Mar 2014 to Aug 2015
    Physical Therapy of Melissa Melissa, TX
    • Support duties for diagnostic and technical treatment procedures, such as setting up and operating special medical equipment
    • Assisted patients with physical movements to help restore function and lessen pain or disability
    • Instructed patients in the safe and effective use of pulleys, weights, inclined surfaces and other equipment
    • Earned repeated commendations from supervisor and patients for providing high-quality, compassionate care
    • Maintained clean and organized gym to ensure the most efficient environment for patients
    • Completed many types of duties such as, laundry, vacuuming, dusting, cleaning and maintaining rehabilitation equipment
    • Proficient with all modality operation and equipment
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    Registered CSAC and QMHP-A, CPSS as well as ASAM Criteria Certification. I'm currently seeking a position with an organization where discipline and conscientiousness are expected and opportunities for growth are available.

    I have effectively experienced being a overseer for programs for Substance Use and Mental Health with a solid record of increasing viewer numbers while maintain low numbers of recidivism. I am a natural leader with proven problem-solving and management abilities. Good at working with internal teams and general public to produce high-quality programs for diverse needs.

    • Documentation expertise
    • Team management
    • Individual instruction
    • Crisis Intervention
    • Medication management
    • Mental Health/Substance Use
    • Group Counseling
    • Infectious Disease
    • Trauma
    • Opioid Treatment
    Program Manager / Freedom House/ Maggie Alvis House - Chapel Hill, NC 12/2018 - 04/2019
    • Served as Lead Staff in residential program, to oversee and provide staff and program supervision, through daily contact and a minimum  of two supervisory meetings a week.
    • Work closely with HR to review, interview and hire program staff.
    • Provided treatment planning by preparing the initial diagnosis; describing strength, preferences and needs; and identifying treatment goals and strategies for each consumer assigned. Worked with treatment team,  in completing written documentation at the time of service.
    • Provided treatment planning by preparing the initial diagnosis; describing strength, preferences and needs; and identifying treatment goals and strategies for each consumer assigned. Completed documentation for MCO's including working with medical electronics systems such as Lauris, Alpha, Pimsy, Kipu and NCTOPS.
    Qualified Mental Health/Crisis Specialist / Epic Health Partners - Danville, VA 04/2018 - 01/2019
    • Facilitated in the initial development and the ongoing revision of individual service plan.
    • Monitored and implemented of individual service plan with MCO's and the Clinical team.
    • Assist individuals in the community with the accessing of resources.
    • Provided mental health training and intensive case management service.
    • Identified prevention strategies and promote coping skills and implement therapeutic support to individuals to avoid crisis events.
    • Assist individuals in the community with mental health stability.
    Certified Peer Support Specialist / Crandell's Enterprise INC - Raleigh, NC 10/2017 - 01/2019
    • Facilitated and provide assistance with individuals with Mental Health and Substance Abuse issues willing to self - identify their own issues.
    • Assisted individuals who have experienced trauma  and advocate on their behalf through psychological and coping mechanisms.
    Recovery Coach / Holistic Recovery Center - Miami, FL 12/2016 - 07/2017
    • Responsible for documenting all screenings assessments, group facilitation, and counseling .
      Responsible for completing Monthly and Quarterly reports.
      Document client interaction via an electronic State and Federal Database to ensure regulations.
    Substance Abuse/Intensive Outpatient Specialist / Beachcomber Outpatient Services - Delray Beach, FL 11/2015 - 06/2016
    • Responsible for facilitating Group Therapy, Clinical, treatment review plans, patient care management and work with the client to obtain Person Centered and Client therapeutic goals upon discharge.
    • Documentation of all client interaction and work with MCO'S to deliver quality case management to those who have Substance abuse issues with Opioids and other substances.
    Substance Use Supervisor / Ocean Breeze Recovery Inc - Pompano Beach, FL 11/2013 - 03/2014
    • Monitored and facilitate 12 step group sessions for Substance Abuse as well as provided counseling for those with Mental Health issues.
    • Document all interaction and identify consumers needs through Behavior Centered Care while working with the consumer to come up with specific goals to address their individual needs.
    • Address employee relations concerns with guidance.
    • Fulfills rotating on -call schedule for weekend coverage.
    • Provide weekly supervision meeting.
    Substance Abuse Case Manager / Fresh Step into Recovery - Margate , FL 06/2007 - 08/2015
    • Responsible for intake assessments and coordinate outreach efforts for client services while bridging the consumer to other services through collaboration with local health and state agencies.
    • Assist the Clinical Supervisor with client therapy programs.
    • Provide clinical evaluations and supportive services.
    • Ensure appropriate use and documentation of financial assistance while working with various insurance agencies such as Medicaid and Medicare or Private agencies.
    HIV Specialist / Broward House Inc - Fort Lauderdale, FL 07/2005 - 10/2010
    • Provide re-entry assistance to adults by presenting Science base models and materials.
    • Work intensely with those with HIV and Hepatitis while attending health programs and conferences.
    • Collaborated with the Broward County Health Department and Sheriff's office tracking outreach and recidivism.
    • Assisted consumers who are living with HIV remain in care, and assist consumer who are no longer in care re-establish care for their HIV and other primary care needs. Served as a liaison for consumer and their medical, case management and other community providers, locating and facilitating consumers to return them to care, as well as participating in data collection
    Education and Training
    ASAM Criteria 2018 Certified
    NC-H.O.P.E 2017 Certified Peer Support Specialist/Wrap
    The Academy for Addictive Disorders 2017 Certified Recovery Coach/Family Counselor
    The Academy for Addictive Disorders 2016 Clinical Addictions Counselor/Mental Health
    Rochville University 2006 Bachelor of Arts: Social Work
    Activities and Honors
    Former member of Directors of Legal Aid and Coast to Coast of Broward County (2007- 2010).Broward County Infectious Disease Re-entry Coalition member (2005-2007). Presenter Motivational Speaker for the National Association of Black in the Criminal Justice System (2006-2007).
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    Professional Summary
    Engaged, compassionate and analytical Physical Therapist offering 23 years of experience with solid credentials, including Bachelor of Science in both Physical Therapy and Health Education, Certified Lymphedema Specialist, BLS and CPR certifications. Strong interpersonal skills and proficiency in patient assessment, time management and therapy-program design and execution. Enthusiastic and dedicated to achieving superior patient outcomes while participating as a member of a multidisciplinary case-management team.
    • Lymphedema Specialist
    • Complete Decongestive Therapy
    • Manual Lymphatic Drainage
    • Compression bandaging
    • Teaches Lymphedema prevention classes
    • Skilled in patient relations
    • Manual Therapy
    • Kinesiotaping
    • Therapeutic Exercise
    • Gait training
    Work History
    Physical Therapist Kaiser Permanente Woodland Hills Medical Center - Woodland Hills, CA 06/1994 - Current
    • Evaluated and treated a wide range of conditions, including chronic and acute pain, back and neck pain, knee pain, post surgical knee and hip, shoulder, whiplash, disc problems, arthritis, gait and balance problems.
    • Educated patients and family members regarding diagnosis, injury prevention and therapeutic treatments.
    • Planned and administered a range of treatments and therapeutic exercise programs involving active and passive ranges of motion and muscle reeducation.
    • Taught patients how to live within the limits of their capabilities and celebrated their successes.
    • Planned individually-designed treatment programs to restore, maintain and improve physical functioning, alleviate pain and prevent disability.
    • Decreased waste and promoted cost effectiveness while maintaining patient safety and quality of care.
    • Communicated effectively with other care providers (physicians, nurses, business office, and medical records) to provide for continuity of patient care.
    • Directly supervised clinical students and support staff, including certified and licensed assistants, technicians and volunteers.
    • Established positive rapport with patients.
    • Demonstrated clear written and oral communications skills when working with health care professionals, patients and caregivers.
    Clinical Specialist - Certified Lymphedema Specialist Kaiser Permanente Woodland Hills Medical Center - Woodland Hills, CA 2016 - Current
    • Certified Lymphedema Therapist in 2016
    • Established plans for Lymphedema patients care including ordering compression garments, exercise programs, complete decongestive therapy: bandaging and manual lymph drainage.
    • Established a Lymphedema Prevention Program for breast cancer patients within our outpatient department which included early education in the lymphatic system, lymphedema, precautions, treatments, compression garments.
    • Teaches Lymphedema prevention classes and classes in self Manual Lymphatic Drainage to patients with breast cancer either prior to or soon after mastectomy/lumpectomy and axillary lymph node dissection.
    • Treated all types of edema patients including patients with Lymphedema, Lipedema, Primary Lymphedema, Phlebolymphedema, Vascular Disease and Post Surgical Edema.
    • Ordered compression garments and collaborated with compression fitters.
    Senior Outpatient Physical Therapist Kaiser Permanente Woodland Hills Medical Center - Woodland Hills, CA 1999 - 2006
    • Managed a high-volume caseload and organized the daily schedules of physical therapy assistants and patients.
    • Contributed to team meetings and collaborated with management in the decision-making process.
    • Triaged referrals for outpatient Physical Therapy evaluations.
    • Created therapist\'s schedules and templates for outpatient department.
    Certified Lymphedema Therapist: Lymphedema Norton School of Lymphatic Therapy - Jamesburg, NJ 2016
    Bachelor of Science: Physical Therapy California State University, Northridge - Los Angeles, CA 1993
    Bachelor of Science: Health Education California State University, Northridge - Los Angeles, CA 1991
    • Licensed RPT, State of California
    • Certified Lymphedema Therapist
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    Professional Summary
    Licensed Medical Social Worker with extensive experience in public health and hospice care. Skilled and passionate about end of life care, grief and loss counseling, and cultivating relationships with resources, volunteers and stakeholders. Demonstrated effectiveness promoting hospice to our community.
    • Volunteer recruitment, orientation, on-boarding and retention
    • Hospice, community and volunteer relations
    • Engaging presenter
    • Quick and creative strategic thinker
    • Effective communicator
    • Adaptable and self-aware
    • Exceptional interpersonal and written communication skills
    • Self-Directed and Organized
    • Supervisory Experience
    • Performing Arts background
    • Community Education
    • Fund Raising 
    • Perinatal Hospice
    • Support Group Facilitation 
    • Grant Writing
    • Program Evaluation
    Work History
    Hospice Social Worker and Volunteer Recruiter, 08/2008 to Current
    Northeast Georgia Health System Gainesville, GA
    • Provide counseling and therapeutic presence to Hospice families and community members facing end of life, grief and loss
    • Maintain active caseload of over 40-50 bereaved Hospice families
    • Conduct over 100 phone calls to families, potential volunteers, referral sources and community members monthly
    • Provide service recovery support to improve the patient and family experience
    • Consult with families and patients seeking information on Hospice care
    • Provide crisis counseling to schools and other agencies
    • Collaborate with IDG team on early bereavement services
    • Develop and coordinate program for bi-annual Hospice Remembrance service
    • Serve on Employee Engagement/Staff Support, Peer Review, QUAPI and We Honor Veterans Committees
    • Develop and analyze surveys assessing employee engagement
    • Facilitate and develop grief support group curriculum for adults and children
    • Develop Project Morning "Invite a friend" and "Meet the Staff" programs for volunteers
    • Supervise undergraduate interns, Camp Braveheart, and bereavement volunteers
    • Cultivate relationships with various agencies such as Family Connection, Legacy Link, Meals on Wheels, Veterans Groups, Medical Center Auxiliary, Palliative Care and Volunteer Services
    • Recruit potential hospice volunteers via email, phone, health fairs and direct recruitment events
    • Spearhead and coordinate Camp Braveheart pillow program
    • Assist in the development of volunteer training program for Camp Braveheart
    • Educate community on end of life decisions at invited public speaking events
    • Improved Hospice presence and participation at Love Light for Hospice of NGMC fund raising event
    • Initiated Love Light direct mailing to Hospice families
    • Project manager for inaugural Fall Remembrance Service honoring Veterans
    • Staff writer for Common Threads bereavement newsletter
    Outpatient Child and Adolescent Therapist , 06/2004 to 08/2008
    Avita Community Partners - Behavioral Health Dahlonega, GA
    • Collaborated with community partners such as DFCS, Juvenile Justice, and Rainbow Children's Home
    • Developed individualized treatment and services for children, adolescents and adults with SPMI in clinic and home settings
    • Coordinated and facilitated Adventure-based counseling
    • Supervised mental health paraprofessionals

    Juvenile Probation Officer, 2003 to 2004
    Juvenile Justice Department Gainesville, GA
    • Completed progress reports, social histories and testified underoath at court hearings
    • Collaborated with law enforcement, social services and community mental health
    Assistant Dean of Students, 1999 to 2002
    Hidden Lake Academy Dahlonega, GA
    • Led programs and activities for 130 students at therapeutic boarding school
    Master of Social Work: Non-profit Management and Community Empowerment , 2004
    The University of Georgia - Athens, GA
    Bachelor of Arts: Sociology and Psychology, Women\'s Studies, West Virginia University - Morgantown, WV

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    Education and Training
    Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology William James College (formerly MSPP) Newton, MA Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology (PsyD); APA Accredited Program, Beginning August 2017
    Master of Arts: Clinical Psychology 2013 Antioch University Los Angeles, CA

    Continued education in Clinical Psychology; submitted LMHC application on June 24, 2017 

    Bachelor of Science: Psychology/Philosophy 2011 Suffolk University Boston, MA

    Graduated Cum Laude, Philosophy Minor, Fall Semester 2009 Abroad in Czech Republic, Co-Founder Suffolk University Psychology Club

    Professional Experience
    Outpatient Clinician - Pracicum 09/2017 Plaza Psychology & Psychiatry Woonsocket, RI
    • Provided individual therapy to adults and adolescents in an outpatient mental health setting
    • Tailored each client's treatment plan to meet his or her unique mental health needs with an integrative approach utilizing CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, Family Systems and Humanistic interventions 
    • Served clients with a wide range of clinical needs including Major Depressive Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Anxiety and Panic Disorders as well as personality disordered traits
    • Additionally worked with clients with varying disrupted experiences including incarceration, domestic violence, sexual abuse, complex grief and substance abuse
    • Maintained thorough and timely documentation of all therapeutic services rendered
    Residential Clinician 03/2016 to Current Devereux Massachusetts Rutland, MA
    • Provides individual trauma informed behavioral therapy to adolesent males residing in a residential setting within the Autism Spectrum Disorder unit
    • Provides clinical summaries and behavioral data during monthly psychiatry appointments for a caseload of sixteen students
    • Provides weekly family therapy and group therapy
    • Completes thorough biopsychosocial assessments, case reviews, risk assessments and clinical formulations to each student within thirty days of enrollment
    • Completes annual IEP Social Emotional goals and quarterly reviews
    STARR Clinician 12/2014 to 03/2016 Devereux Massachusetts Webster, MA
    • Group home clinician position with the responsibility of effectively overseeing the emotional and behavioral treatment and case management of nine children, ages four to twelve years
    • Provided trauma informed, Solution-Focused individual and family therapy to children and families involved with the Department of Children and Families 
    • Conducted various assessments per child, including Devereux Suicide Risk Assessment, Risk Factor Assessment and Biopsychosocials
    • Proficient in Profiler, RADAR and Virtual Gateway
    • Served as a primary collateral contact for ongoing treatment providers, including outpatient therapists, psychiatrists, educators, families and CBHI personnel
    • Led bi-weekly progress reviews for each case to DCF personnel including ongoing social workers, Family Networks providers and area resource coordinators
    • Provided reliable referrals for long term placement post discharge for children who were not immediately reunified with family
    In Home Family Therapist 02/2014 to 11/2014 Massachusetts MENTOR Worcester, MA
    • Completed initial intake assessments to newly referred families
    • Provided intensive in home Family Centered Treatment (evidence based) to at risk families in the home setting
    • Identified the area of family functioning to be restructured through the use of the Family Assessment Device (FAD)
    • Maintained weekly collateral contact with other paraprofessionals involved with child and family including DCF workers, Intensive Care Coordinators, Family Partners, Therapeutic Mentors, Foster Coordinators, Guidance Counselors, Pediatricians and Psychiatrists
    • Formulated treatment plans with use of SMART goals
    • Provided referrals to outpatient, behavioral services and psychiatrists when necessary
    • Completed training in evidence based treatment model Family Centered Treatment
    In Home Behavior Therapist 06/2013 to 01/2014 Creative Solutions for Hope Costa Mesa, CA
    • MFT Intern providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children living with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
    • Trained in PC (parent consultation).
    • Experienced in the merging of ABA and MFT therapies to further enhance the efficacy of treatment for children and families living with Autism.

    In Home Behavior Therapist 08/2012 to 06/2013 Behavior Frontiers Los Angeles, CA
    • Utilized ABA interventions to improve children's quality of life while living with Autism
    • Recorded and graphed behavioral data
    • Taught nonverbal child to independently use voice
    Research Assistant 01/2010 to 04/2011 Suffolk University Boston, MA
    • Investigated role of dopamine in sustained attention, memory and fatigue in healthy adults
    • Sufficiently recruited, interviewed and tested qualified participants
    • Administered and scored participant assessments
    • Meticulously organized participant data into locked and secure environment
    Skill Highlights
    • Trauma informed
    • TF CBT trained
    • CANS certified
    • Family Centered Treatment Certified
    • Intake Assessment
    • Suicide Risk Assessment
    • LMHC eligible
    • Applied Behavior Analysis
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    Executive Summary

    My career plans include obtaining and maintaining a management position in the behavioral health field with the prospect for growth. I exhibit an excellent sense of self-confidence, personal motivation, and self-discipline, and have extensive knowledge in addictions and co-occurring treatment and clinical practice.

    Core Qualifications
    • Contract management
    • Staff development
    • Change management
    • Policy/program development
    • Cross-functional team management
    • Grantwriting
    • Program Development and Redesign
    • Supervision and training
    • Sound judgment
    • Calm under pressure
    • Complex problem solving
    • Budget development and management
    • Workflow planning
    • Community Outreach

    Professional Experience
    09/2012 to Current
    Director Director of Treatment Brandywine Counseling and Community Services
    • Program oversight of all Treatment, Prevention and Early Intervention Programs Oversight and fiscal management of 27 funding sources Staffing coordination for all programs Leadership and Training initiatives of all programs Total Quality Management Committee Chairperson Clinical Services Committee Chairperson Primary Grant writer for the agency securing multiple new and continuing grants.
    09/2010 to 08/2012
    Program Manager Brandywine Counseling and Community Services
    • Lancaster Site Opiate Treatment Program (OTP) Brandywine Counseling and Community Services Inc.
    • Supervision of all Clinical and Administrative Staff at the Lancaster Site Directly Supervises Ten Interdepartmental Programs including the Opiate Treatment Program (including administrative of Methadone, Suboxone and Vivtrol), Psychiatric Services, Women In Transition Program, TASC/Drug Diversion, NSAFE HIV Case Management, Safety Net Case Management Services, Intensive Outpatient Program, Partial Hospitalization Program, and Intensive Case Management Services, Anger Management Program Coordination of Annual Internal and External Audits of Clinical Documentation Oversight of 1000-1600 clients Developed and Oversees an Intensive Outpatient Program servicing 20 dual-diagnosed clients, and a Partial Hospitalization Program serving 12-16 clients.
    • Implemented a Program Development Plan to assess needs and enhance services.
    09/2006 to 09/2010
    Clinical Supervisor Brandywine Counseling and Community Services Inc
    • Direct Supervision of 8 counselors managing 480 clients.
    • Supervision of all clinical documentation, audits, case reviews and treatment coordination.
    • Supervision of multiple interdepartmental programs including psychiatric services, Women In Transition Program (WIT), NSAFE HIV Case Management, Safety Net Case Management Services, and the Intensive Outpatient Program.
    • Coordination of Annual internal and external audits.
    05/2005 to 10/2006
    Outpatient Therapist NorthWestern Human Services
    • Direct service for a caseload of 55 clients
    • Group facilitator for DUI education and early intervention classes
    • Group facilitator for adolescent behavioral health intervention program
    • Completed all assessments, progress notes, and group session notes on caseload.
    • Caseload and resource management on caseload.
    • Coordination of care including referrals and aftercare planning.
    01/2004 to 08/2006
    Outpatient Therapist Crossroads of Delaware
    • Coordination of services with Prevention and Behavioral Health Services, Youth Rehabilitative Services, and Serious Juvenile Offender Programs
    • Assisted staff with all aspects of treatment researched, developed and coordinated drug seller's and gang intervention program's
    • Conducted Prevention and early intervention groups and educational presentations in Brandywine school district
    • Implemented school based services in Brandywine school district high schools and middle schools
    • Implemented a therapeutic after school program at Conrad elementary school
    • Conducted individual therapy session with adolescents and their caregivers facilitated the part day program groups.
    03/2003 to 01/2004
    Clinical Lead Counselor Medication Assisted Treatment Technologies (MATT)
    • Provision of Caseload of 75 clients for opiate medication management.
    • Supervision of four counselors.
    • Provided resource information, and counseling for Women in treatment and their children.
    01/2003 to 05/2005
    Substance Abuse Coordinator / Therapeutic Team Leader MeadowWood Hospital
    • Hired to Develop, implement, and manage the programmatic structure of a 21 Bed Dual Diagnosis Detox Unit.
    • Discharge Planning and Assessments, Implementation of Behavior Management.
    • Part of the crisis and code team
    • Implemented best practice standards within the program
    • Training and development related to substance abuse programming, standards and licensing
    02/1998 to 03/2002
    Substance Abuse Counselor/Senior Counselor Gander Hill Prison
    • Counselor in the Key and YCOP Program
    • Direct Service Delivery in a therapeutic community for adolescents and adults providing treatment services related to substance abuse, HIV and STD prevention, and behavior management provision
    • Managed a caseload of 40-45 clients
    • Facilitation of caseload groups, encounter groups and individual sessions.
    • Conducted 3-5 seminars on various topics per week each 2.5 hours in length
    • Knowledge of a rational authority model and behavioral modification interventions
    • Clinical chart work (DAP format, IRP, PRP, SOAP and LOCUS format)
    • Conducted ASI's on every client (Key Program) case assessments, social skills and community integrated re-entry planning.
      May 2015
      PhD: Counseling Supervision and Education Walden University

      Minor in Forensic Mental Health Counseling

      Master of Science: Mental Health Counseling Springfield College of Human Services
      Bachelor of Science: Human Services Springfield College of Human Services

      Minor in Criminal Justice Administration


      Licensed Chemical Dependency Professional #CD-0000036

      Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor #509

      Internationally Certified Co-Occurring Disorders Professional

      Delaware Certified Prevention Specialist #1179

      State Certified ASI/ASAM Assessor – Delaware and Pennsylvania

      Certified Associate Counselor / Alcohol and Drug – Maryland (CAC-AD)

      Certified Relapse Prevention Therapist - Gorski (CRPT)

      Certified Anger Management Fellow (CAMF)

      Alternatives to Violence Trainer (AVP)

      STD, HEP C, and HIV Certified Instructor (State of Delaware, Pennsylvania)