Top Clinical Social Worker Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Clinical Social Worker. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Clinical Social Worker resumes they appeared on. For example, 15.5% of Clinical Social Worker resumes contained Treatment Plans as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Clinical Social Worker actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Clinical Social Worker resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Goal-oriented treatment plans are developed with client collaboration, utilizing motivational/solution-focused/cognitive behavioral therapy.
  • Developed and implemented individual treatment plans in consultation with medical doctor and other specialists concerning treatment, amending plan as needed.
  • Participated in multidisciplinary treatment teams to contribute to diagnostic and treatment plans developed for patient and family care.
  • Communicated effectively with outside agencies and colleagues regarding treatment plans, utilization reviews, and outside referrals.
  • Contribute to behavioral treatment plans with interdisciplinary team, and provide appropriate discharge planning resources.
  • Conducted comprehensive assessments, treatment plans, evaluations and provided placements recommendations for all residents.
  • Developed ongoing treatment plans for clients based on emotional, psychological and developmental needs.
  • Formulate behavioral health interventions and assist with implementing and monitoring of treatment plans.
  • Developed and implemented treatment plans, including recommendations for follow-up care after discharge.
  • Assessed and developed individual treatment plans to address needs and emotional difficulties identified.
  • Participate in interdisciplinary treatment team to develop individualized treatment plans for patients.
  • Developed treatment plans and interventions based on clinical assessments and diagnostic interviews.
  • Determine their readiness for treatment and develop appropriate individualized treatment plans.
  • Created individualized treatment plans and presented them to an interdisciplinary team.
  • Designed and implemented interventions and treatment plans specific to the patient/family.
  • Monitor effectiveness of treatment plans and document treatment in clinical records.
  • Developed and implement individualized treatment plans, goals and interventions.
  • Developed client focused treatment plans in an interdisciplinary team setting.
  • Provided consultation and developed behavioral treatment plans with school personnel.
  • Recommended and implemented interventions, treatment plans and behavioral plans.

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2. Mental Health Services

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Here's how Mental Health Services is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Provided consultation to local community hospitals to determine mental health services needed to patients receiving care at physical health care facilities.
  • Group home residents typically suffering from Schizophrenia Spectrum and Other Psychotic Disorders required mental health services to address fragile ego functioning.
  • Provided individual and family therapy and collaborated with outside agencies to insure access to mental health services.
  • Deliver clinical mental health services within behavioral health department of federally qualified community health center.
  • Collaborated with Juvenile Justice System to provide mental health services to first-time juvenile offenders.
  • Conducted assessments and formulated clinical diagnosis of adults and children seeking mental health services.
  • Provide outpatient evidence-based psychotherapy and behavioral interventions to clients seeking mental health services.
  • Provided adult out-patient mental health services for consumers with psychiatric and/or co-occurring disorders.
  • Determined and implemented mental health services for multidisciplinary Health Center.
  • Provided comprehensive mental health services to active duty personnel.
  • Provided mental health services in skilled nursing facilities
  • Provide community lectures regarding mental health services.
  • Provide traditional outpatient mental health services.
  • Developed outpatient mental health services program.
  • Served as a liaison between the client, judicial system, and treatment providers with regard the need mental health services.
  • Collaborated with the Department of Children and Families and other agencies, schools, and hospitals to provide mental health services.
  • Provided interim school based mental health services for at risk middle-school students, marketing and outreach to North Baltimore and surrounding areas
  • Provide concrete services: advocating for clients to obtain Public Assistance, Supportive Housing, Medicaid, and mental health services.
  • Contract provider with government agency offering mental health services to Navy reservist and active duty members returning from war zones.
  • Collaborated and consulted with VA homeless, mental health services, Vet centers, community partners and Veteran Benefit Administration.

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3. Intake Assessments

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Here's how Intake Assessments is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Conducted multiple intake assessments per week and actively participated in weekly intern seminars and group supervision.
  • Conducted intake assessments, suicide risk assessments and crisis interventions for potential suicidal patients.
  • Conducted intake assessments-Provided individual, marital, and family therapy-Coordinated referrals to community resources
  • Conduct intake assessments on referrals to psychotherapy and other community based services.
  • Complete intake assessments, treatment plans and other associated documentation.
  • Completed clinical intake assessments and service plans for outpatient admission.
  • Conducted screening and intake assessments to determine appropriateness for services.
  • Developed Behavioral Plans and intake assessments as needed.
  • Conducted clinic intake assessments and charted documentations.
  • Completed psychiatric and substance abuse intake assessments.
  • Conducted intake assessments and evaluations.
  • Complete intake assessments and comprehensive evaluations on individuals being considered for placement in the program to determine level of care needs.
  • Participated in morning meetings, initiated Intake assessments, psycho-social assessments, treatment planning, crisis interventions, and discharge planning.
  • Provide intake assessments, treatment planning and individual therapy to adult patients in an out-patient, patient-centered, FQHC.
  • Complete documentation, including treatment plans, intake assessments, and progress notes in an organized and timely fashion.
  • Prepared initial intake assessments and development of treatment plans with focus on PROS, measurable goals, and objectives.
  • Conduct intake assessments and create individualized treatment plans for individual, couples, family and group therapy treatment.
  • Conducted and completed screenings and intake assessments with children, adolescents and adults in outpatient behavioral health clinic.
  • Provided mental health services to low-income families through intake assessments, individual, collateral and family therapy.
  • Conducted intake assessments, developed treatment plans and assisted clients in obtaining concrete and community services.

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4. Crisis Intervention

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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Provided crisis intervention/emergency suicide intervention and evaluations.
  • Provided clinical services to patients in rehabilitation and oncology including assessment, crisis intervention, grief therapy, and discharge planning.
  • Provided crisis intervention and stabilization to veterans and dependents; completed follow-up counseling sessions to ensure patients' physical safety.
  • Provide intensive therapy and crisis intervention for caseload of seriously emotionally disturbed children up to age 18 and their caregiver.
  • Served on interdisciplinary team providing crisis intervention and counseling to children and their families with cancer and related diagnoses.
  • Provided medical and legal translations during psychiatric medical reviews and legal assistance in crisis interventions and as needed.
  • Provided crisis intervention, client/family education, developed and facilitated Divorce Recovery and Care for Caregiver Support group.
  • Provided individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, advocacy and case management services for an ex-offender population.
  • Provided case management, treatment planning and crisis interventions and received two commendations for case documentation.
  • Provided diagnostic screenings, assessments, crisis intervention, individual/group/family therapy, and case management services.
  • Provided assessment, counseling, crisis intervention and referral services for diverse inpatient and outpatient populations.
  • Provided crisis intervention, assessed the medically related emotional needs and advocates for patients rights.
  • Provided in-home family counseling and crisis intervention to families of abused and neglected children.
  • Supported a district-wide population of 5000 inmates through crisis intervention and emergency response services.
  • Provide appropriate crisis intervention/treatment and family conferences based on patient/family situation and treatment plan.
  • Provided crisis intervention and clinical support and advocacy services to homeless adults and families.
  • Provided crisis intervention and behavior modification plans in coordination with teachers and support staff.
  • Assisted clients with obtaining community-based services and performed crisis intervention, including hospitalization.
  • Prepared assessments; conducted intake interviews, provided individual counseling and crisis intervention.
  • Provided crisis intervention, deescalation when Veterans needed to be hospitalized or evaluated.

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5. Group Therapy Sessions

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Here's how Group Therapy Sessions is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Co-facilitated weekly psycho education group therapy sessions with middle school students to improve social skills, moral development and emotional regulation.
  • Provided clinical assessment, treatment planning, coordinating with treatment team regarding patient care and facilitated individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Organized, interviewed for, and held group therapy sessions using established curriculum and designed/implemented new curriculum for future groups.
  • Facilitate group therapy sessions and provide individual therapy session for adult males convicted of Criminal Sexual Conduct.
  • Conducted eclectic array of psycho-educational, experiential and process group therapy sessions.
  • Conducted daily individual and weekly group therapy sessions and evening programs.
  • Expedited the development and implementation of co- occurring group therapy sessions.
  • Facilitate group therapy sessions and implement Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.
  • Conduct weekly individual and group therapy sessions with clients and their families from a cognitive behavioral framework (CBT).
  • Facilitated individual and group therapy sessions * Developed drug education classes for individual and group sessions in the prison setting.
  • Facilitated individual and group therapy sessions for male and female adolescents between the ages of 10 and 19.
  • Facilitate process groups and focus groups as well as individual and group therapy sessions with accurate charting.
  • Facilitate group therapy sessions teaching new coping skills, and helping patients understand the cycle of self-abuse.
  • Facilitated group therapy sessions consisting of up to 45 patients ranging from high functioning to high acuity.
  • Facilitate group therapy sessions for patients with sickle cell disease on the inpatient floors whenever possible.!
  • Conduct daily individual and group therapy sessions (anxiety management, mindfulness, etc.).
  • Assisted with in-home assessments and Conducted IOP clinical group therapy sessions with children and their families.
  • Provide short-term one-on-one therapy as well as facilitate group therapy sessions following the DBT model.
  • Plan and facilitate weekly individual, family and group therapy sessions for adults and teens.
  • Provide individual, family and group therapy sessions for patients aged 6 and up.

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6. Community Resources

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Here's how Community Resources is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Conduct initial assessments for program appropriateness and provide case management, treatment collaboration, referrals, and linkages to community resources.
  • Facilitated discharge planning for individual returning to the community, which included locating community resources for individuals and their families.
  • Performed discharge planning; to include after-care appointments, connecting patients to community resources, and coordinating challenging placement arrangements.
  • Facilitated patient discharge and continuity of care utilizing professional relationships, comprehensive knowledge of community resources and insurance coverage options.
  • Provide accurate documentation and verbal communication to insurance companies, physicians, and community resources to provide continuity of care.
  • Empowered patient to utilize available community resources in order to achieve optimal level of behavioral health and medical care.
  • Provided rehabilitation support services for home bound patients and caregivers including counseling, planning, community resources and advocacy.
  • Provide bereavement services in coordination with the chaplain services * Assists patient/family in utilizing relevant and appropriate community resources.
  • Facilitated the mobilization of community resources to support optimal functioning: transportation, Rx reimbursement, and financial assistance.
  • Provided, researched, and collaborated with community resources with follow-through to ensure patient/families are accorded the necessary supports.
  • Worked collaboratively with physicians, nursing staff, case managers, external organizations and community resources.
  • Conducted discharge planning and case management for inpatient adult psychiatry and referrals to outpatient community resources.
  • Facilitated utilization of hospice/community resources in collaboration with the interdisciplinary team to best meet patient/family needs.
  • Refer patients to needed community resources including rehabilitation services, skilled nursing facilities and financial resources.
  • Developed and implemented wrap around treatment and aftercare in consultation with community resources and programs.
  • Provide appropriate linkage with community resources; authorize emergency hospitalizations, residential and rehabilitative services.
  • Included discharge planning, psycho-social assessments, providing community resources, and providing emotional support.
  • Developed and maintained relationships with community resources, referral agencies and West Coast regional support.
  • Advocated for community resources including placements based on evaluation of individual and family needs.
  • Coordinate medically appropriate patients discharge plans home or to nursing home utilizing community resources.

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7. Substance Abuse

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Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Responded to local medical hospital emergency rooms and medical units to evaluate patients presenting with psychiatric symptoms, and/or substance abuse.
  • Completed substance abuse assessments and made clinical recommendations in accordance with Department of Transportation guidelines for employees holding safety sensitive positions.
  • Provided non-intensive outpatient substance abuse services through individual and group counseling with use of psycho-education and group process.
  • Participated in community-based substance abuse prevention program; participated in numerous community based outreach programs and agency fundraisers.
  • Reviewed and authorized utilization of mental health and substance abuse services provided in inpatient and outpatient settings.
  • Provide group therapy including co-facilitating substance abuse groups and Aggression Replacement Training groups with Probation Staff.
  • Directed clinical operations and supervised staff of inpatient and outpatient behavioral health and substance abuse services.
  • Conduct assessments on new referrals, substance abuse assessments Collect background history and conduct investigation into allegations
  • Service delivery occurred in both inpatient and outpatient settings primarily for substance abuse clients.
  • Provided counseling to individuals with substance abuse problems Counseling of family members and co-dependency group
  • Provided on-site and mobile crisis evaluations for individuals with psychological and/or substance abuse disorders.
  • Facilitate psycho educational and therapeutic groups for adolescents with substance abuse and mental illness.
  • Perform clinical assessments of clients as having co-occurring disorders-typically mental illness and substance abuse.
  • Formulated an individualized program structure for the treatment and rehabilitation of substance abuse clients.
  • Conducted substance abuse evaluations and provided patients with referrals to inpatient and outpatient treatment.
  • Developed a juvenile sexual offender program; a juvenile substance abuse Psycho-educational group.
  • Provided clinical assessment and long- and short-term treatment primarily court ordered substance abusers.
  • Managed clinical and administrative functions of substance abuse program and drug testing elements.
  • Provided Psychotherapy for a Community Mental Health Center for substance abuse users.
  • Co-led psycho-educational group for adult substance abusers in collaboration with social worker.

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8. Child Abuse

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Here's how Child Abuse is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Evaluated patients that were suspected victims of child abuse/neglect and elder abuse/neglect and determine necessary action to ensure their safety.
  • Worked collaboratively with referring providers providing direct clinical services to victims of child abuse and domestic abuse.
  • Conducted court mandated supervised visitation between parents convicted for child abuse and their children.
  • Coordinated services with community agencies regarding child abuse/neglect and discharge planning.
  • Consulted and collaborated in performing child abuse reports as necessary.
  • Provided psychotherapy to adolescent survivors of child abuse and neglect.
  • Provide individual, couple's and group therapy to offenders and victims of family violence, emotional abuse and child abuse/neglect.
  • Addressed legal issues, such as child abuse and discipline, assisted children with preparation to testify at court hearings.
  • Provide parenting education, evaluate child development, and promote healthy lifestyle choices, self-empowerment and child abuse prevention.
  • Developed Child Abuse policy, Sexual assault protocol and policy, and Elder abuse policy for the Emergency Department.
  • Participated in Family Advocacy Staff Training using knowledge of Family Violence and Child Abuse principles and clinical training.
  • Coordinate with Texas Department of Family and Protective Services for all referred cases of child abuse and neglect.3.
  • Reported cases of child abuse and/or neglect on several occasions following VA protocol and California state procedures.
  • Implemented assessment of maternal mental health incorporating KEMPE Assessment of Risk for Child Abuse and Neglect.
  • Provided intensive long-term therapy to families and children as part of a child abuse prevention program.
  • Mandated reported of suspected child abuse or neglect to the Department of Children and Family Services.
  • Assess for child abuse and neglect and make referrals to Child Protective Services as needed.
  • Assess for suspected child abuse and/or neglect and make referrals to CPS as applicable.
  • Reviewed Child Abuse and Neglect Investigations to insure SOP and best practice were followed.
  • Designated hospital liaison to assess and report suspected child abuse and neglect to DCFS.

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9. Anxiety Disorders

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Here's how Anxiety Disorders is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Provided Cognitive-Behavioral group therapy to adult patients diagnosed with depressive and/or anxiety disorders.
  • Practice focus is upon the treatment of mood/anxiety disorders, adjustment disorders, relationship conflicts, and co-occurring substance use disorders.
  • Administer Cage-AID, UNCOPE +, PHQ9 and GAD 7 to screen for substance use, depression and anxiety disorders.
  • Provided individual and group counseling to adolescents, families in conflict, and individuals with mood and anxiety disorders.
  • Facilitated a 12 week Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Group for clients diagnosed with Depression and Anxiety Disorders.
  • Experienced in the treatment of individuals with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, PTSD, and other mental disorders.
  • Provided therapy to patients suffering from PTSD, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, psychotic disorders, etc.
  • Work with a variety of diagnoses, including depression, ADHD, anxiety disorders, and physical/emotional abuse.
  • Specialize in mood, anxiety disorders, addictions, grief, loss and relationships.
  • Specialized in Major Depressive disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Posttraumatic stress disorders.

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10. Social Workers

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Here's how Social Workers is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Provided continuing education opportunity for social workers (Louisiana chapter, National Association of Social Workers) regarding collaborative divorce.
  • Developed and conducted training for Bachelor and Master level social workers and counselors regarding crisis intervention and suicide prevention models.
  • Trained nursing staff on psychological behavior management and acted as Clinical Preceptor for new psychologists and licensed clinical social workers.
  • Approved continuing education provider for Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists and Licensed Clinical Social Workers in the state of California.
  • Facilitated social services for other DaVita units in interim ~ Teaching multiple classes to social workers and new facility Administrators
  • Developed psychiatric dispositions through interdisciplinary collaboration with psychiatrists, social workers, probation officers and protective service professionals.
  • Communicated with inpatient social workers and families regarding disposition status of family members being admitted to acute care.
  • Supervised and evaluated agency adoption Social Workers and Reviewed and approved adoption home studies for potential adoptive families.
  • Supervised a professional staff of 8 including social workers and recreational therapists in this psychiatric inpatient hospital.
  • Mentored clinical social workers for Empowering Patients Program clinical interventions and to ensure successful implementation of program.
  • Documented and communicated case needs to county social workers and either participated in or facilitated treatment meetings.
  • Review and monitored Social Workers schedules and completion of required documentation in a timely bases.
  • Assisted department manager in assigning cases to social workers and recruiting department personnel.
  • Field-based services include immediate response with emergency response CWS social workers when necessary.
  • Implemented electronic case note for social workers to ensure proper patient documentation.
  • Provided supervision to social workers and volunteers in the Bereavement Department.
  • Supervised and oriented newly employed clinical social workers and caseworkers.
  • Provided training to other social workers on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
  • Supervised social workers and trained students in clinical interventions.
  • Provided clinical consultation to area office social workers.

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11. Trauma

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Here's how Trauma is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Group therapy facilitator in an Intensive Outpatient Program/Partial Hospitalization Program focused on trauma recovery, addiction recovery, and mood regulation.
  • Created group therapy curriculum based on principles of resiliency teaching alternative methods for managing trauma based symptoms encouraging self-leadership.
  • Provide Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to children who have experienced or witnessed or experienced abuse.
  • Facilitate varied therapeutic groups on inpatient acute unit, specializing in trauma and inter personal violence.
  • Delivered individual play therapy to children and adolescents recovering from adverse effects of abuse and/or trauma.
  • Provided trauma informed psychotherapy, substance abuse treatment and/or Psycho-education to adults, adolescents and families
  • Furnished psychotherapy services to low-income traumatized children and families within the child welfare system.
  • Provided group and individual psychotherapy addressing issues of deployment related trauma and other concerns.
  • Provided trauma informed psychotherapy, substance abuse counseling and/or Psycho-education to families and individuals.
  • Provided individual and family therapy using the Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy model.
  • Integrated trauma-informed care principles, helped to minimize further trauma and promote resiliency.
  • Completed Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy cohort training with Children's Advocacy Center.
  • Conducted crisis response and front-line therapy for major trauma hospital emergency department.
  • Provided psychotherapy to trauma victims and other patients on neurosurgery unit.
  • Facilitated weekly trauma support group and co-facilitated weekly addictions support group.
  • Participated in on-call rotation for clinical response to traumatic critical incidents.
  • Coordinate specialized readjustment counseling services for military sexual trauma veterans.
  • Worked on Trauma Informed and Performance Improvement program initiatives.
  • Provided crisis and suicide intervention and trauma counseling.
  • Provided short-term focused counseling and defused trauma incidents.

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12. Clinical Supervision

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Here's how Clinical Supervision is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Participate in ongoing weekly clinical supervision in Cognitive Behavior Therapy with the director of The Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
  • Provided clinical supervision of other counselor as needed and reviewed that clinical documentation is appropriate and completed per OASAS standards.
  • Provided clinical supervision, consultation, training and workshops to Navajo Social Services Department and Navajo Juvenile Detention Center staff
  • Served as management team member providing clinical supervision for clinical social workers and marriage and family therapists.
  • Provided clinical supervision to line staff as part of the Dialectical Behavioral treatment philosophy roll-out.
  • Participated in weekly clinical supervision and didactic training in assessment and individual and family therapies.
  • Provided assessment and psychotherapy services to adults; provided clinical supervision for six clinicians.
  • Conducted individual and group psychotherapy (under clinical supervision) within the inpatient unit.
  • Provide individual, couple and family counseling and professional clinical supervision Prior Career Experience
  • Team Lead responsibilities included provision of clinical supervision to provisionally licensed social workers.
  • Provided clinical supervision to associate social workers and marriage and family therapist interns.
  • Provide clinical supervision for agency Licensed Clinicians and graduate social work interns.
  • Provided oversight and consultative clinical supervision of all non-medical direct care staff.
  • Participate in clinical supervision, clinical case conferences and educational seminars.
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing clinical supervision for Associate Social Workers.
  • Provided clinical supervision and helped write outpatient policies and procedures.
  • Compiled, coordinated and organized case studies with clinical supervision.
  • Provide Clinical supervision of professional social workers providing direct service.
  • Assisted program director with clinical supervision to master level clinicians.
  • Provided clinical supervision to bachelor's level social workers.

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13. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Worked collaboratively within the Social Service department on hospital-wide patient care initiatives including incorporation of JCAHO patient safety goals.
  • Provided excellent leadership, supportive duties such as conducting patient care centered observation evaluations for incoming medical residents.
  • Collaborated and coordinated with multidisciplinary hospital personnel to implement patient care plans and ensuring quality of care.
  • Provided assessment, crisis intervention and management by coordinating patient care and services from admission to disposition.
  • Provide evaluation and assessment, brief therapy and after-care coordination with individuals admitted for psychiatric inpatient care.
  • Assisted the interdisciplinary team in ensuring excellent patient care and coordination of educational initiatives.
  • Consulted with other members of the multidisciplinary team concerning therapeutic and patient care activities.
  • Coordinated services with interdisciplinary team and community agencies to ensure appropriate patient care.
  • Participate in administrative/programmatic meetings, patient care conferences, outreach and in-service efforts.
  • Helped with referrals for patients needing medical inpatient care after mental health stabilization.
  • Provide consultation and training for various community organizations to optimize patient care.
  • Collaborated with the interdisciplinary teams to assess patient care needs during hospitalization.
  • Consult with interdisciplinary team members to determine patient care decisions.
  • Participate in bi-weekly interdisciplinary case conferences to discuss patient care.
  • Collaborate with an interdisciplinary treatment team to coordinate patient care.
  • Worked closely with multidisciplinary team to improve patient care.
  • Collaborated as an interdisciplinary team member in patient care.
  • Work closely with interdisciplinary team to coordinate patient care.
  • Worked on interdisciplinary team that provided patient care.
  • Work with a multidisciplinary team to coordinate patient care

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14. Domestic Violence

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Here's how Domestic Violence is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Conduct Immigration Hardship Evaluations for individuals and families undergoing provisional waiver process, asylum cases, and domestic violence immigration cases.
  • Provided continuing education experiences for social workers and other mental health professional regarding domestic violence offenders for the state of Louisiana.
  • Provided psychotherapy services focused on identifying and treating individuals and couples for domestic violence and families at risk for physical abuse.
  • Conduct individual therapy to offenders and mental health clients and facilitate and co-facilitate Domestic Violence Groups.
  • Reported suspected cases of child/elderly abuse or neglect, domestic violence and conducted appropriate follow-up.
  • Provided consultation on effective programmatic and client-level domestic violence and sexual abuse intervention strategies.
  • Facilitated psycho-educational groups for survivors of domestic violence for English and Spanish speakers.
  • Provide leadership and consultation for federal grant-funded suicide prevention and domestic violence programs.
  • Provided case management and treatment within a mandatory Domestic Violence treatment program.
  • Facilitated ongoing groups including Adults Molested as Children and Domestic Violence victims.
  • Provided individual psychotherapy to survivors of domestic violence, and batterers.
  • Facilitate 6 weekly group therapy sessions for court-mandated Domestic Violence Offenders.
  • Assess for abuse/domestic violence and provide appropriate interventions.
  • Co-facilitated children group for witnesses of domestic violence.
  • Co-facilitated weekly Domestic Violence Treatment Groups 2006-2007.
  • Co-Facilitated Women's Domestic Violence Support Group.
  • Ensured clinical, domestic violence and other direct services were available in geographically dispersed communities for USAR Soldiers and family members.
  • Maintain appropriate documentation, present incidents of domestic violence within families and neglect of children to a committee for appropriate disposition.
  • Conducted assessments and wrote recommendations to Courts and probation officers for individuals mandated to attend services due to domestic violence offenses.
  • Provide in-hospital and community based acute crisis response for sexual assault, domestic violence, community violence and homicide support services.

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15. Ptsd

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Here's how Ptsd is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Developed and maintained an individual counseling caseload and facilitated an ongoing support group for service members diagnosed with PTSD/TBI.
  • Worked with clients with various diagnoses to include: depression, anxiety, mood disorders, PTSD, and personality disorders.
  • Have treated individuals with schizophrenia, PTSD, bipolar disorder, psychotic disorders, mood disorders and behavioral issues.
  • Helped foster care agencies with understanding mental health needs of children who were abused or suffering from PTSD symptoms.
  • Presented educational training to military and civilian medical providers on TBI and PTSD conditions and treatment practices.
  • Specialize in School related issues, Addiction, PTSD, couples work, & family issues.
  • Trained and consulted on NIMH-R34: specifically, assessment of PTSD and CPT adherence and competence.
  • Facilitated a World War II process group focusing on medical issues, grief, and PTSD.
  • Facilitate a group for female survivors of childhood sexual abuse who have been diagnosed with PTSD.
  • Facilitate Orientation groups for general mental health practices as well as those specific to PTSD.
  • Assisted patients with finding helpful ways to react to scary/stressful events that trigger PTSD symptoms.
  • Specialized with youth and young adults experiencing PTSD, severe anxiety and depressive symptoms.
  • Included family work, couple's therapy, PTSD work and group work.
  • Supervised ongoing education and consultation for treatment of PTSD for all clinical staff.
  • Group Development- For severely impaired Bi-Polar, PTSD, and Schizophrenic individuals.
  • Coordinated and scheduled admissions for the PTSD Residential Rehab programs.
  • Facilitate week-long intensive treatment of survivors of PTSD.
  • Group therapy for treatment of PTSD.
  • Focus on Combat related PTSD.
  • Prolonged Exposure Therapy for PTSD.

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16. Lcsw

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Here's how Lcsw is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Provided outpatient therapist under LCSW supervision.
  • Provided supervision for provisional LCSW.
  • Direct supervision, orientation, training and consultation of 1 LCSW, 2 MSW's and 1 Bachelor level Social Worker.
  • Appeared with Stuart Green, DMH, LCSW, Founder and Director, New Jersey Coalition for Bullying Awareness and Prevention.
  • Credentialed to provide diagnostics, therapy and social work services as an independent LCSW to military service members and their families.
  • Provided intakes on the Crises Stabilization Unit Provided individual and group therapy on the Long-Term Unit Provided LCSW Supervision
  • Continue education including DSM V study, and maintenance of HIPPA, and LCSW licensing credential.
  • Earned required hours and passed examination as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW).
  • Master's Degree 10/1995Licensed Clinical Social Worker, State of Hawaii - LCSW #3145.
  • Provide LCSW Supervision to Masters prepared social worker(s) effective in 1997.
  • Worked as a clinical social worker (LCSW) for the Department of Pediatrics.
  • Supervised LCSW-eligible staff and served as field instructor for second-year social work interns.
  • Performed agency orientation and training for five full-time LCSW and LMSW clinicians.
  • Provided clinical supervision to a LCSWA employed in the Intensive Outpatient Program.
  • Attend supervision with outside LCSW to enhance skills for self and students.
  • LICENSE: Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), 4/00 until present
  • Supervised Licensed Social Worker (LCSW) and undergraduate social work student.
  • Provided Clinical Supervision for LCSW Social Workers and MSW Social Work Interns.
  • Provide individual and group supervision for eleven current LCSW candidates.
  • Seasoned LCSW with experience in fast-paced inpatient behavioral health setting.

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17. Veterans

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Here's how Veterans is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Coordinate and provide evaluation/assessment and other therapeutic services supporting the functional abilities of Veterans who are struggling with issues of homelessness.
  • Assess Veterans for Community Nursing Home eligibility, Medical Assistance Eligibility, Department of Social Services, Social Security Administration.
  • Provide veterans and their family members with evidence-based Behavioral Family Therapy in collaboration with their mental health specialty care team.
  • Assisted Veterans with completion of advance directive/living will, education and utilization of other VA and community resources.
  • Provided aftercare/follow-up services to Veterans discharged from the Substance Abuse Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program to the Charlotte area.
  • Worked collaboratively with Veterans to develop treatment plan to establish reasonable and attainable treatment goals to prevent homelessness.
  • Facilitated evaluation and treatment of Veterans in HCMI contract facilities and participated in case conferences with those veterans.
  • Utilized client-centered community-based approach to decrease hospitalizations, linked Veterans and caregivers to resources, appointments.
  • Expedite interdisciplinary plans of care for homeless veterans while monitoring his/her progress towards identified goals.
  • Assessed Veterans living conditions, financial status, support systems and recommendation for suitable disposition.
  • Provided individual counseling to veterans who were receiving chemotherapy treatments at the VA Hospital.
  • Conducted individual psychotherapy (under clinical supervision) with veterans in an outpatient setting.
  • Worked closely with Veteran's Administration-discharge planners to ensure continuity of care for veterans.
  • Provided professional and expert evaluation, diagnosis and counseling to qualified veterans and families.
  • Provide psychotherapy using motivational interviewing which helps to identify strengths to empower Veterans.
  • Received The Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition for providing excellent services to veterans.
  • Provided individual and group psychotherapy for Veterans with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders.
  • Assessed veterans referred from both within and without hospital for appropriate community support.
  • Received and evaluated on a consultative basis veterans for admission and treatment.
  • Case-managed and found housing placements for homeless U.S. military soldiers and/or veterans.

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18. MSW

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Here's how MSW is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Supervised MSW social work interns, led biweekly multidisciplinary rounds, and planned appropriate psychiatric and rehabilitation discharges.
  • Trained and supervised a MSW student/active duty officer during his clinical rotation.
  • Supervised MSW student from the University of Pennsylvania and composed written evaluations.
  • Completed a 9-week field instruction seminar and provided clinical social work supervision to Simmons School of Social Work MSW candidates.
  • Provided individual, group, family therapy, team coordination, discharge planning, utilization review and MSW student supervision.
  • Change Agent certified (project management), supervision of MSW graduate student, process improvement committee and scheduling committee.
  • Developed BA and MSW field placements in collaboration with the College of Social Work, University of Utah.
  • Support Group Facilitator, Supervisor - MSW: BSW students, Supervisor - unlicensed social work staff members.
  • Acted as clinical and administrative supervisor to 2 staff therapists and 1 MSW graduate student intern.
  • Interview, train, and supervise MSW interns from University of Michigan School of Social Work.
  • Served as MSW representative for advancement of mental health services within school based health centers.
  • Supervised one advance standing MSW students from CSU and currently supervises a student from DU.
  • Field placement coordinator and instructor for MSW (Columbia University) candidates assigned to AHC.
  • Worked with St. Louis University as a field instructor for both BSW and MSW interns.
  • Recruited MSW students from social work graduate programs in their advanced clinical year of training.
  • Supervised social work students, bachelor level social worker and MSW level social worker.
  • Supervised MSW and Expressive Therapy interns as well as Resident Services Coordinator and volunteers.
  • Serve as primary clinical supervisor for MSW interns and secondary supervisor for PsyD interns.
  • Field supervisor for first year MSW interns and senior under graduate BSW students.
  • Provide mentoring to MSW students through placement supervision and facilitation of student group.

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19. Private Practice

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Here's how Private Practice is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Conduct intakes, assessments, and provide psychoanalytic psychotherapy to clients in a private practice Utilize a variety of psychoanalytic practices
  • Designed and cultivated successful private practice with concentration in work with Adolescent Disorders and Reactive Attachment Disorder.
  • Provided individual psychotherapy to children and adults in a private practice setting.
  • Maintained a private practice providing psychotherapy to individuals and couples.
  • Provide individual psychotherapy and consultation in private practice out patient setting to up to ten clients, never affiliated with CPMC.
  • Worked as a private practice clinician part-time, 5-10 hours per week providing individual counseling to persons with mental health issues.
  • Provide counseling services in a private practice setting for a variety of clients including children, adults, couples and families.
  • Provide individual, couples, partner relational, marital conflicts, and group therapy in private practice setting.
  • Provided therapeutic individual, couples, and family counseling in a private practice and Employee Assistance Program setting.
  • Provided individual, family and group psychotherapy to children, adolescents and parents in a private practice setting.
  • Provide both short and long-term psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and children in a private practice setting.
  • Facilitate Individual, Group and Marital/Couples, sessions on Inpatient Units, Outpatient Centers and Private practice settings.
  • Own and operate private practice providing therapeutic services to clients ranging in age from three to sixty-five.
  • Started a private practice treating clients with lifestyle and family issues, aging, and mental disorders.
  • Provided social work services to children, adolescents, and adults in a private practice setting.
  • Established private practice agency by working with psychiatrists in the community and managed health care companies.
  • Perform individual and family assessments and counseling for children and adolescents in a private practice setting.
  • Supervised employees and did all marketing and administrative duties related to running a private practice.
  • Provide individual, couples and group therapy with adults and adolescents in a private practice setting
  • Worked part-time to full-time in Private Practice serving culturally diverse population and varied income levels.

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20. Anger Management

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Here's how Anger Management is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Developed evidenced-based programs that address changing habitual behaviors, substance abuse and addiction, anger management, and stress reduction/management.
  • Designed and implemented an anger management group treatment program to meet regulatory requirements for grant funded projects.
  • Provided individual and group therapy including Dialectical Behavioral Skills, Anger Management and Cognitive Behavioral.
  • Facilitated the following therapeutic and didactic groups: Anger Management, Relapse Prevention and DualDiagnosis.
  • Co-facilitated group therapy, to include anger management, meditation, and spirituality.
  • Facilitated group therapy for anger management and co-facilitate partner abuse intervention program group.
  • Co-facilitated weekly group therapy sessions for anger management for adults.
  • Performed substance abuse and anger management assessments for undergraduate students.
  • Facilitate Psychotherapy Group and Anger Management Group for identified residents.
  • Co-facilitated anger management group daily/ provided twice weekly Family therapy.
  • Facilitated anger management classes and some substance abuse educational groups.
  • Co-designed and facilitated anger management curriculum for local alternative school.
  • Develop and Facilitate Anger Management groups for prisoners.
  • Facilitate Parenting Skills and Anger Management psychotherapy groups.
  • Conducted anger management and parental educational seminars.
  • Stress reduction and anger management group facilitation.
  • Conducted weekly group anger management psychotherapy.
  • Facilitated anger management/ life skills groups.
  • Developed and implemented anger management curriculum.
  • Facilitated anger management groups for adults.

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21. Support Groups

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Here's how Support Groups is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Developed policies for anticipatory grief/bereavement support groups; created and facilitated anticipatory grief/bereavement support groups for patients/caregivers/family members and the community.
  • Provide therapy to individuals with developmental and/or physical disabilities * Facilitate social skill and support groups for individuals with special needs
  • Provide individual supportive counseling to parents, therapeutic family intervention, support groups, and crisis intervention.
  • Researched, developed, and facilitated support groups for identified candidates and transplanted recipients.
  • Provide individual counseling and facilitate psycho-educational, support groups, including WRAP groups.
  • Facilitated bereavement support groups and participated on various committees within the agency.
  • Refer patients and families to community-based support groups and information.
  • Co-facilitated support groups for in-patient and out-patients with cancer.
  • Coordinate and maintenance of patient/family support groups.
  • Facilitated support groups for individuals and families.
  • Led participant therapy and caregiver support groups.
  • Facilitated / co-facilitated therapeutic, support groups.
  • Facilitate support groups for bereavement program.
  • Facilitated cancer and bereavement support groups.
  • Facilitated Patient Advisory and Support Groups.
  • Established and administered support groups.
  • Co-facilitated mental health support groups.
  • Assisted in management of small residential facility for men with AIDS; support groups for patients and staff; residence maintenance.
  • Facilitated ongoing support groups, which include a group for breast cancer patients, general cancer and caregiver support group.
  • Engaged in professional casework with individuals, couples, and families; functions as a therapist in patient support groups.

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22. DBT

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Here's how DBT is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Integrated a therapeutic/clinical model based on of DBT that supported student academic, behavioral and social success.
  • Helped patients with coping skills and taught them DBT sills to enable them to regulate their emotions and control their impulses.
  • Coach patients with in-the-moment use of Dialectic Behavioral Treatment (DBT) interventions and how to use the skills effectively.
  • Facilitated weekly DBT Skills Groups for adolescents with a history of impulse control problems and/or self injurious behaviors.
  • Provide DBT treatment including individual and group therapy to clients who have been clinically identified to benefit.
  • Provided individual and group treatment within the DBT model on the Residential Treatment Unit (RTU).
  • Subject matter of groups included: DBT, and substance use, and sex offender treatment.
  • Have experience in using Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Skills using a DBT Skills Workbook.
  • Co-led DBT skills groups for both the partial hospital and outpatient departments.
  • Initiated and facilitated DBT group for SPMI clients with additional cognitive deficits.
  • Conducted group psychotherapy using CBT, REBT and DBT theory concepts.
  • Employed Buddhist based psychotherapy with DBT, ACT, and CBT.
  • Facilitate DBT groups teaching behavioral skills enhancing patient's capabilities.
  • Facilitate Adolescent DBT and also Adult DBT group weekly.
  • Implemented CBT and DBT techniques in a family-centered approach.
  • Attended in-service training programs and was certified in DBT.
  • Participated in DBT Consultation team as consultant and leader.
  • Facilitated a weekly teen DBT group from 2010-2014.
  • Facilitate adolescent DBT skills group.
  • Certified in CPI, CPR/First Aid, OSHA, PAC, DBT, CANS, Human Rights, and Safety.

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23. Medical Staff

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Here's how Medical Staff is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Participate in interdisciplinary meetings with medical staff to assist with determining each client s functional capacity and barriers to economic self-sufficiency.
  • Develop individualized service plans and milieu based intervention assessment and implementation with residential team, clinical and medical staff.
  • Participated as multidisciplinary member of pediatric oncology care team to include nurses, medical staff, psychologists and psychiatrists.
  • Worked with medical staff to secure involuntary or voluntary inpatient treatment or referred to outpatient care.
  • Work in collaboration with correctional and medical staff to diffuse emergency situations throughout facility.
  • Contacted on call Psychiatrist with disposition and collaborated with Emergency Room Medical Staff.
  • Conducted intake interviews and made treatment recommendations to clinical and medical staff.
  • Collaborated regularly with correctional and medical staff for continuity of care.
  • Developed and coordinated treatment plans with consulting psychiatrist and medical staff.
  • Work closely with medical staff on medication and other medical concerns
  • Facilitate healthy working relationship between patients and medical staff.
  • Educated medical staff on cultural awareness.
  • Provided education to medical staff.
  • Present cases, determine diagnoses (DSM5/ICD-10), and collaborate with psychiatrists, psychologists, case managers and medical staff.
  • Collect and review medical records, obtain input from commands and medical staff, and conduct intensive clinical interviews and appraisals.
  • Collaborated with medical staff to develop holistic care plans for children, adolescents and families with psychological and medical needs.
  • Coordinated (at minimum) 5 medical evacuations from an expeditionary base and provided support to medical staff as needed.
  • Developed and conducted in-service seminars for the medical staff on topics relating to social work and domestic violence issues.
  • Provided direction, leadership and counsel to medical staff and patients within children and adolescent outpatient clinical areas.
  • Consulted directly and in treatment team meetings with medical staff on client's progress and efficacy of medications.

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24. DSM

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Here's how DSM is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Conducted rehabilitative assessment and DSM V diagnosis.
  • Completed geriatric assessment/diagnosis utilizing the DSM 5.
  • Screened patients, completed assessments, completed suicide and substance use assessments, and provided diagnosis per the DSM IV -TR.
  • Assisted clinicians with psychiatric evaluations of clients assessing the need for crisis stabilization and/or hospitalization diagnosing the client through DSM IV.
  • Conduct ongoing DSM-IV mental health assessments, evaluations, diagnosis, treatment and referrals for residents exhibiting MI or SA issues.
  • Performed assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning and counseling according to DSM IV TR and evidenced based best practice guidelines.
  • Employed use of DSM-IV TR diagnostic criteria to identify persons presenting with Co-Occurring disorders as well and referred therein.
  • Provide individual and group counseling to adults with a mental illness and developmental disabilities based on the DSM IV.
  • Evaluated and diagnosed adolescents, teenagers and adults according to DSM IV to determine individualized treatment plans for therapy.
  • Provide and devise assessments of functioning related to associated referrals based on DSM-IV TR diagnostic code and criteria.
  • Provide assessments and diagnostic impressions and functional status focused on presenting problem in accordance to the DSM-V criteria.
  • Contract work involving DSM-IV diagnoses, referrals to and consultations with psychiatrist, individual and family intensive therapy.
  • Provide clinical assessment, diagnosis, and treatment according to DSM-V diagnostic classifications and evidence based practice guidelines.
  • Work with all populations and all DSM 5 diagnosis in individual, couples, family and group sessions.
  • Provided assessment, diagnosis (using DSM-IV-R) and treatment to adult individuals presenting for psychiatric evaluation.
  • Diagnose Clients using DSM-V Criteria and formulate Treatment Plans based on Diagnoses, and presenting problems.
  • Provided assistance with DSM IV diagnosis, case studies, treatment goals, objectives and interventions.
  • Utilized the current DSM to make diagnoses and formulate treatment goals while applying appropriate clinical interventions.
  • Provide individual and group psychological counseling to 35 plus residents with various DSM-V and medical diagnosis.
  • Perform Mental Status Exams, Mental Heath Care Assessments, and assign DSM-IV TR diagnoses.

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25. Risk Assessments

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Here's how Risk Assessments is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Conducted risk assessments on a weekly basis for high-risk patients and facilitated referrals to psychiatric emergency rooms when indicated.
  • Performed bio psycho-social evaluations and risk assessments on patients that included short sentence and lifetime sentenced inmates.
  • Completed psychological assessments, psychological screens, referrals, family assessments, and suicide-risk assessments as needed.
  • Conduct risk assessments and work collaboratively with psychiatrists and other treatment providers throughout crisis interventions.
  • Administered periodic clinical risk assessments to evaluate level of progress in treatment.
  • Conducted risk assessments and develop safety plans as necessary.
  • Conducted risk assessments for suicide/homicide & implemented safety plans.
  • Provided mental health and suicide risk assessments as needed and referred clients to outside community agencies when clinically necessary.
  • Conducted initial risk assessments & emergency mental health assessments to determine risk of suicide, homicide and/or family maltreatment.
  • Conducted mental health screenings and suicide risk assessments to children detained at Metro Regional Youth Detention Center
  • Complete High Risk Assessments (HR-20) for patients with legal problems or violent backgrounds.
  • Performed intensive risk assessments for clients with histories of dangerous behaviors to understand future risk.
  • Complete risk assessments to identify student's ability to remain in or return to school.
  • Coordinated discharge planning services, completed risk assessments and made referrals to outpatient services.
  • Completed suicide risk assessments, individualized treatment plans, and substance abuse evaluations.
  • Conduct suicide risk assessments and suicide prevention briefings- coordinate safety plans as appropriate.
  • Performed risk assessments and determined the degree of danger posed by the patient.
  • Implemented suicide/homicide risk assessments, discharge, crisis & safety plans.
  • Conduct mental health assessments, including comprehensive suicide risk assessments.
  • Provide diagnostic evaluations, therapy, and risk assessments.

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26. Dual Diagnosis

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Here's how Dual Diagnosis is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Provided individual and group psychotherapy to chronic relapse/dual diagnosis population, in a residential program.
  • Provide counseling to dual diagnosis patients enrolled in alcohol/drug abuse rehab facility.
  • Designed and facilitated weekly dual diagnosis groups with veterans.
  • Coordinated dual diagnosis programming for chemically dependent patients.
  • Write grant proposals and create/administer programs for adult group homes, and Dual Diagnosis Substance Abuse - Mental Health treatment protocols.
  • Led CBT groups in coping skills, parenting skills, conflict skills, grief and loss, and dual diagnosis.
  • Worked with clients with complex diagnoses including Major Depression, Schizophrenia-spectrum diagnoses, PTSD, Bipolar, and Dual Diagnosis.
  • Formulate individualized treatment plans for patients with psychiatric disorders, substance abuse, and patients with dual diagnosis.
  • Served as primary inpatient and outpatient therapist for psychiatric, chemical dependency, and dual diagnosis patients.
  • Provided coverage as needed to adult substance abuse, dual diagnosis, and intensive treatment units.
  • Provide Addiction Treatment and Dual Diagnosis Treatment to Veterans within Intensive Outpatient setting via group format.
  • Drug and alcohol assessment, dual diagnosis assessment and treatment and employee assistance to various organizations.
  • Worked independently, sustains and managed an intensive caseload consisting of clients with dual diagnosis.
  • Provided diagnosis and psychotherapy for acute and chronic in-patients and out- patients with dual diagnosis.
  • Facilitated DBT Dual Diagnosis Group for clients with mental health and substance abuse diagnoses.
  • Provided individual and group psychotherapy on the adult and dual diagnosis teams.
  • Develop and implement dual diagnosis program for patients with co-occurring diagnoses.
  • Created and developed the dual diagnosis track for the inpatient unit.
  • Drug and alcohol assessment, dual diagnosis assessment and treatment.
  • Facilitated Dual Diagnosis Groups and Mental Health Recovery Groups.

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27. Crisis Management

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Here's how Crisis Management is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Provide on-call services for emergency crisis management and risk evaluations for incoming Soldiers.
  • Provided ongoing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and crisis management interventions to school-aged children.
  • Limited crisis management to general mental health population.
  • Provided on-call coverage for crisis management.
  • Facilitate Intake and Crisis Management.
  • Provided screening, intake, orientation, assessment, treatment planning, counseling, crisis management, record keeping and referrals.
  • Coordinate treatment with psychiatrists, parents, teachers, and behavioral support staff to provide effective therapeutic interventions and crisis management.
  • Provided crisis management, individual, family, and group counseling services to military members and their dependents.
  • Provide crisis management for service members who are at risk for suicide, homicide and self harm.
  • Conducted clinical assessments, intakes, crisis management and discharge planning; maintained client records.
  • Provided crisis on-call and crisis management for clients calling the rotating 24 hour call service.
  • Provide crisis management, case management and referral for clients with major mental illness.
  • Provided crisis management services and debriefing services to families and patients impacted by grief.
  • Participated in the Behavioral Crisis Management Team for the Franklin Square/White Marsh communities.
  • Provided brief focus interventions and crisis management in the ER to families.
  • Provide frequent crisis management to clients within the school and home environment.
  • Provide 24-hour on-call crisis management for foster parents and foster children.
  • Managed wrap- around services including school programs and crisis management.
  • Intervene in crisis situations including; completing suicide risk assessment, developing/implementing crisis management and safety action plans.
  • Conducted psychosocial assessments along with therapeutic interventions and counseling pertaining to crisis management and disease management.

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28. Family Meetings

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Here's how Family Meetings is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Arranged and facilitated family meetings to gather vital information and educate family on consumer's disorder and needs for aftercare treatment.
  • Facilitate family communication via family meetings as a catalyst for closure as well as coping with anticipatory grief.
  • Coordinated family meetings/interventions that provided education, appropriate supports and discharge planning for home aftercare.
  • Facilitate family meetings and meetings with ancillary providers.
  • Coordinated family meetings and assessed after care services.
  • Coordinated and facilitated multidisciplinary and family meetings.
  • Developed treatment plans and conducted family meetings.
  • Facilitated and organized family meetings.
  • Collaborate with family members, facilitates family meetings, as well as CBT and DBT groups for patients on inpatient unit.
  • Conduct family meetings with the patients and their family members or guardians to guide the course of treatment.
  • Provide clients with family meetings, group therapy, case management and individual therapy as identified in assessments.
  • Experienced in Care Plans, coordination of family meetings and interdisciplinary report meeting with the psychiatrist.
  • Coordinated multidisciplinary meetings, including: behavioral rounds, discharge planning, and family meetings.
  • Identified the need for and conducted family meetings that resulted in informed decisions.
  • Created a standardized form for the patient record to document family meetings.
  • Counseled patients and their families, and held daily family meetings.
  • Attend individual family meetings and staff meetings for care coordination.
  • Participate in family meetings to discuss treatment and end-of-life issues.
  • Conducted family meetings and bridge meetings with aftercare providers.
  • Facilitate family meetings to discuss patient care needs.

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29. Insurance Companies

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Here's how Insurance Companies is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Documented all services rendered in accordance with clinic guidelines, coordination with insurance companies for authorization of services.
  • Collaborate with private insurance companies to make financial arrangements for patients and provide documentation required to secure payments.
  • Provided clinical information to Montana Medicaid and private insurance companies for prior authorizations and concurrent reviews.
  • Managed contract negotiations as service provider with different insurance companies and complete medical billing.
  • Practice also included critical incident debriefing and stress management for insurance companies.
  • Performed utilization review liaison between hospital clinical staff and health insurance companies.
  • Coordinated with insurance companies to ensure required coverage for clinical treatment.
  • Perform Utilization Management with Insurance Companies for managed care rehab patients.
  • Prepared assessments and reports for Insurance companies and professional organizations.
  • Interact with health insurance companies to determine eligibility and benefits.
  • Facilitated clinical authorizations to managed care insurance companies.
  • Submit billing to insurance companies including Medicare.
  • Obtain authorization directly from various insurance companies.
  • Prepared necessary documentation for insurance companies.
  • Coordinate and submit patient's medical records to insurance companies in compliance with each insurance company s appeals process whenever necessary.
  • Established excellent working relationships with court system, health insurance companies and managed care companies and Employee Assistance Programs.
  • Provided ongoing case management and negotiated, on daily basis with insurance companies, and their representatives.
  • Complete follow-up with third party insurance companies to ensure the hospital receives proper payment for services rendered.
  • Maintain accurate records for Medicare, Medicaid and updated info to insurance companies for continued stay.
  • Provided case management services, along with advocating client treatment needs with insurance companies.

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30. Appropriate Referrals

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Here's how Appropriate Referrals is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Assessed active duty military and family members and made appropriate referrals to military and community resources.
  • Maintain participation Multi-Disciplinary Teaming to assure appropriate referrals to community resources and agencies for services.
  • Assessed victims of abuse/neglect and initiated appropriate referrals to community resources for specialized needs.
  • Offered appropriate referrals for psychiatric evaluation, hospitalization, and substance abuse programs.
  • Provide case management services to include appropriate referrals to community agencies as needed.
  • Developed treatment plans, prepared clinical documentation, made appropriate referrals as needed.
  • Facilitate discharge planning through appropriate referrals and recommendations.
  • Networked with community organizations to facilitate appropriate referrals.
  • Facilitated appropriate referrals including aftercare appointments.
  • Make appropriate referrals to community agencies.
  • Provide case management and make appropriate referrals into the community for financial aid, housing, vocational, and health services.
  • Competed assessments, treatment plans, provided interventions, evaluations, updated treatment plans, appropriate referrals and discharge planning.
  • Developed discharge plans and provided needed case management, which includes appropriate referrals post treatment completion.
  • Provide family and individual therapy as well as case management and appropriate referrals for all clients.
  • Conduct assessments, Discharge/After Care Planning, Case management/ Appropriate referrals for client's in need.
  • Assist with discharge planning and making appropriate referrals for follow up treatment and necessary community support.
  • Make appropriate referrals to programs such as substance abuse, mental health and homeless programs.
  • Support may include follow-up visits, sending cards, letters, and giving appropriate referrals.
  • Provide service coordination, support, education, and appropriate referrals to families including empowerment.
  • Provided appropriate referrals for home health, outpatient counseling, and long-term care placements.

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31. Adhd

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Here's how Adhd is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Experienced in use of multiple assessment tools for depression, anxiety, suicide risk, ADHD, etc.
  • Presented papers on Best Practices in the Treatment of ADHD in Children.
  • Work with depression, anxiety, and ADHD.
  • Evaluated children with behavioral issues for ADHD.
  • Created and facilitated music play therapy for children with ADHD and Oppositional Defiant diagnoses.
  • Work closely with clients on issues of emotional & behavior issues ( ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, etc.

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32. HIV

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Here's how HIV is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Specialized case management services including HIV/AIDS, mental illness, community-based continuity of care.
  • Received referrals from HIV/AIDS community partner organizations for individual and group therapeutic services.
  • Planned and co-facilitated a weekly psycho-educational group for long-term survivors of HIV/AIDS.
  • Assess with completion of intake process, resource development, coordination and monitoring of HIV services, complete ADAP applications etc.
  • Provided in-home family mental health assessments and counseling to families with two populations: those affected by HIV and drug abuse.
  • Provide crisis intervention and intensive case management, and coordination of treatment services for HIV positive patients and their families.
  • Serviced a population of individuals and their families who were diagnosed with End Stage Renal or HIV / AIDS disease.
  • Provided therapeutic services for clients dealing with adjustment, psychological, and addictive issues impacted by their HIV status.
  • Provided social work evaluation and treatment services to children, adolescents and young adults with HIV/AIDS and their families.
  • Attached to Department of Psychiatry within the Ryan White Mental Health Clinic, serving the HIV and AIDS population.
  • Delivered out patient treatment to HIV positive patients, including assessment and diagnosis, treatment planning and case management
  • Provide therapeutic interventions and resources to patients dealing with domestic violence, HIV, homelessness, and deaths.
  • Served as Multi-Systemic Treatment (MST) therapist for children/teenagers who were born with HIV and their families.
  • Assisted in the coordination of services for HIV positive tenants as member of the on-site HIV Programming Committee.
  • Conducted intake sessions for new patients referred from various medical and community based HIV counseling and testing sites.
  • Provided individual and group counseling with HIV/AIDS clients, home visits and coordinated services with other agencies.
  • Worked with a population which included substance dependent and HIV positive mothers mandated by DCF for treatment.
  • Conducted a needs assessment survey for HIV undocumented patients addressing their experience obtaining services in the community.
  • Conducted one-to-one, family and couples counseling with a specialty in HIV/AIDS population with co-occurring MICA clients.
  • Worked with Home Care Services - Home Health and Hospice and Supervised HIV Case Management Program.

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33. Family Psychotherapy

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Here's how Family Psychotherapy is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Conduct diagnostic interview and assessment *Deliver individual and family psychotherapy *Collaborate with staff in behavior interventions *Educated staff in mental health issues
  • Developed and facilitate a weekly social activity group, multiple school based daily psycho-educational groups, individual and family psychotherapy.
  • Implement clinical interventions through an array of clinical services including, individual, group and family psychotherapy.
  • Provided individual and family psychotherapy services in English and Spanish in an outpatient community mental health setting.
  • Conducted individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy and family psychotherapy for patients as well as their families.
  • Provide individual, couple's and family psychotherapy for active-duty soldiers and civilian dependents.
  • Implemented individual, group, and family psychotherapy utilizing a variety of treatment techniques.
  • Provide Psycho social Assessments and Patient/Family Psychotherapy for coping with medical conditions.
  • Facilitated scheduled and collateral individual, group, and family psychotherapy sessions.
  • Provided individual, group, and family psychotherapy at private non-profit agency.
  • Conducted individual and family psychotherapy to children, adolescents and adults.
  • Provide individual as well as family psychotherapy to adults and adolescents.
  • Conducted individual, group and family psychotherapy.
  • Provided individual and family psychotherapy.
  • Provided individual, group, marriage and family psychotherapy to children, adolescents, adults, and geriatrics.
  • Provide individual and family psychotherapy as needed to ensure ongoing support of client and family needs.
  • Provided individual, couple, and family psychotherapy as well as case management services.
  • Provide comprehensive individual, child and family psychotherapy for a variety of clients.
  • Volunteered services within Bellevue Outpatient Clinic, further strengthening outpatient family psychotherapy and case management skills under psychiatrist's supervision.
  • Conducted individual adolescent and family psychotherapy* Completed psychosocial and clinical assessments* Coordinated with probation department to facilitate treatment for mandated clients

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34. Clinical Staff

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Here's how Clinical Staff is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Led and supervised clinical staff and graduate students involved with partial and inpatient behavioral health and detoxification services.
  • Lead clinical and supervisor to clinical staff serving a unit of adolescent females requiring acute psychiatric hospitalization.
  • Interacted with clinical staff and external resources such as collateral providers or community personnel.
  • Facilitated Clinical staff meetings when agency clinical supervisor was unavailable.
  • Supervised clinical staff and coordinated training with outside professionals.
  • Developed and implemented specialized training for clinical staff.
  • Serve as liaison between the patient, clinical staff, and community organizations to ensure patients receive a continuum of care
  • Work independently, and in conjunction with, parents, teachers, school administrators, and clinical staff.
  • Interact with security, medical and clinical staff to meet the needs of Severely Mentally Ill inmates
  • Provided supervision to clinical staff, prepared education materials for patients, family, and communities.
  • Light administrative duties in directors absence and assistance with orienting and training new clinical staff.
  • Acted as a team leader, and provided support and consultation to clinical staff.
  • Maintain communication and teamwork with clinical staff to integrate and enhance clinical services.
  • Attend weekly clinical staff meetings to discuss old and new cases
  • Completed visits with all clinical staff and provided direct feedback.
  • Participated as a member of the clinical staff meeting.
  • Attend weekly clinical staff trainings and interdisciplinary treatment team meetings.
  • Participate in clinical staffing and required trainings.
  • Chaired multi-disciplinary clinical staff meetings.
  • Participated in all clinical staffings.

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35. EAP

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Here's how EAP is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Performed individual psychotherapy and EAP therapy.
  • Provided EAP services to the New England Coast Guard, supervised graduate students in training and provided crisis intervention services.
  • Provided services (short-term counseling and assessment and critical incident stress debriefings) to a variety of outside EAP's.
  • Provide child, adolescent, family, and individual therapy in an outpatient setting including EAP referrals.
  • Developed professional relationships with insurance companies, EAP's, federal and state probation officers.
  • Used short term solution focused therapy with EAP patients to resolve issues in their workplace.
  • Assisted EAP clients with identifying necessary outside resources and facilitating contact with these resources.
  • Provide Crisis Response services as part of EAP services for various Delaware businesses.
  • Shore term EAP counseling specializing in work related issues and marital dysfunction.
  • Provided EAP assessments, brief therapy, referral and follow up.
  • Contract with local businesses to provide EAP services to employees.
  • Provide individual and couple's behavioral health and EAP services.
  • Performed assessments for Employee Assistance Program (EAP) clients.
  • Provided clinical support for EAP program and Domestic Violence program.
  • Worked with EAP clients to increase life skills functioning.
  • Coordinated regional staff meetings for EAP counseling team.
  • Worked with EMS personnel to provide EAP services.
  • Provided EAP services for New Page Paper Mill.
  • Completed and submitted EAP's required paperwork.
  • Contract work for EAP in Collier County.

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36. Stress Management

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Here's how Stress Management is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Provided mental health information to incoming correctional officers (suicide prevention and stress management).
  • Provided regular prevention workshops including stress management, marriage enrichment and return and reunion topics.
  • Develop and execute training in assertiveness, stress management and communication skills.
  • Provided stress management strategies as well as systematic desensitization techniques.
  • Provide health education, including sexual safe practices, rate of transmission, coping skills, and stress management.
  • Conducted in-services to hospital employees on grief and loss, stress management and working with patients with mental illness.
  • Provide education to patients and family members on stress management techniques as they adjust to illness and/or injuries.
  • Educated the public on topics such as stress management, drug and alcohol usage, and cognitive restructuring.
  • Run a stress management group and help with other team focused collaborations as requested.
  • Provided new employee in-service on stress management.
  • Stress Management for First National Bank.
  • Provide stress management training and behavior management utilizing hypnotherapy Provide OASAS and DOT Evaluations
  • Developed educational program on stress management for community based presentations.
  • Conducted psychoeducational groups including smoking cessation & stress management.
  • Provided trainings on advance directives, organ/tissue donation, stress management, care giving, and long term care.
  • Developed and taught bi-weekly pscyho-educational classes on stress management, relationships and sleep issues for service members.
  • stress management, parenting etc.
  • Stress Management: Imagery/Relaxation programs Lectures workshops Cognitive Behavior Hypnosis Art Therapy Programs Supervisor Refer to CV for program descrpitions

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37. Emdr

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Here's how Emdr is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Trained/Certified in CBT, DBT, EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, Mindfulness Training, Short-Term Therapy, Action-Method/Psychodrama.
  • Provided evidence based treatments including use of EMDR, Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) and relaxation techniques.
  • Utilized integrative treatment orientation including CBT, Solution Focused, EMDR, Family Systems and Play.
  • Provide evidence-based treatment (CBT, EMDR) and focused follow up care.
  • Utilized EMDR, hypnosis, TFT, time-effective/solution focused tools and techniques.
  • Used CBT, behavioral activation, EMDR and expressive arts therapies.
  • Conducted individual and group counseling sessions utilizing DBT/CBT and EMDR therapies.
  • Certified Hypnotherapy and EMDR trained.
  • Trained in the use of EMDR.
  • Trained in CPT and EMDR.
  • Provided individual, marital, family and group therapy using a variety of modalities, including Brief Therapy and EMDR.

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38. Emotional Support

low Demand
Here's how Emotional Support is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Provide case management, advocacy, emotional support and counseling Complete necessary documentation, including care plans and progress notes
  • Provide emotional support, psychotherapy, grief counseling and case management to hospice patients and their families/significant others.
  • Provide emotional support around adjustment to extended hospitalization, unknown pregnancy outcome and possible NICU admission for infant.
  • Provide emotional support and counseling for patients and family members experiencing distress related to diagnosis and treatment.
  • Work from a multidisciplinary team approach to provide psycho/social/emotional support to cancer patients and their loved ones.
  • Provided emotional support to patients and families regarding the social and emotional impact of illness and hospitalization.
  • Coach and support parents and caregivers on effectively providing emotional support for their children.
  • Provided crisis intervention, supportive counseling and emotional support for families and patients.
  • Provide emotional support & community resources to Oncology patients.
  • Provided emotional support for patients and family members.
  • Provide family advice and emotional support.
  • Provided bedside emotional support to parents and family when the child died and helped coordinate contact with funeral home for services.
  • Provided technical and emotional support to the foster parent in order to implement the treatment plan for the child.
  • Provide emotional support through processing feelings, making amends, addressing regrets and or conflict, etc.
  • Utilized crisis intervention and provided emotional support to both patients and families within all areas of care.
  • Provided immediate emotional support to patients and families in crisis, and referrals for continuing care.
  • Provided emotional support for patients coping with grief and loss as a result of dialysis treatment.
  • Organized family meeting for critical ICU patients, to discuss treatment plans and provide emotional support.
  • Provide emotional support through the use of Motivational Interviewing Techniques assisting others with the change process.
  • Provided emotional support to hospital staff as needed, for job related and other stress.

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39. Diverse Population

low Demand
Here's how Diverse Population is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Provide individual and family assessments, treatment planning, and psychotherapy services for a diverse population of adolescents and adults
  • Provided individual assessment, treatment planning, and psychotherapy services to a diverse population diagnosed with major psychiatric disorders.
  • Provided individual therapy and case management to a culturally diverse population with a variety of psychiatric diagnoses.
  • Provided individual, group and family therapy to a diverse population including adult and geriatric patients.
  • Facilitated individual and family therapy to a diverse population of children, adolescents and adults.
  • Provided case management and crisis intervention services to diverse populations of patients and families.
  • Provided integrated behavioral health services in a medical setting to a diverse population.
  • Provided individual out-patient therapy and family therapy for diverse population in rural community.
  • Provide psychotherapy and other services for diverse populations in multiple departments.
  • Functioned as liaison between diverse populations and interdisciplinary health team.
  • Provided brief and long-term psychotherapy to diverse populations.
  • Provided services to a multicultural and diverse population.
  • Provided quality mental health counseling to diverse populations.
  • Provide Clinical therapy to diverse population of adults.
  • Provided a full range of services including: clinical interviews, assessments, counseling and case management to a diverse population.
  • Provide home-based and office based therapy to a diverse population of children and families with a wide range of presenting problems.
  • Deliver comprehensive services to diverse populations in Primary Care Practices which include Internal Medicine/Geriatrics, OB/GYN, and Pediatrics.
  • Provide in-home psychotherapy for a diverse population which include, individual, family, and couples therapy.
  • Work effectively as a team member to provide care across the life continuum with a diverse population.
  • Provided assessment, referral and short-term counseling services to a diverse population within the Employee Assistance Program.

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40. IEP

low Demand
Here's how IEP is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Mandated counseling as indicated by IEP
  • Assisted in the development of foster child s educational plan, by advocating on child s behalf and attending IEP meetings.
  • Conduct individual/group counseling sessions on various topics that address goals on the student's Individualized Educational Plan (IEP).
  • Developed child's Individual Educational Plans (IEP) and Individual Family Service Plans (IFSP).
  • Provide Related Service Counseling for students with IEP/ At Risk Counseling for students with no IEP.
  • Home visitation, School Coordination and IEP meetings working with the court system and Foster parents.
  • Participated in multidisciplinary approach by attending team meetings, presenting at case conferences and IEP meetings.
  • Provide group, individual and family counseling to meet State-mandated Individualized Education Plan (IEP).
  • Provided school based services as indicated on a child's Individualized Educational Plan; IEP.
  • Participated in IEP meetings with clients to ensure continuity of services for families and patients.
  • Contribute in the development of student Individualized Education Plans and participate in IEP meetings.
  • Served as a special education advocate during SAT, IEP, and 504 meetings.
  • Attended IEP meetings, court hearings, administrative reviews and permanency planning meetings.
  • Develop and maintain documentation of counseling and progress to meet State-mandated IEP goals.
  • Serve as a key member of clinical, treatment and IEP teams.
  • Participated in the Individual Education Plan (IEP) as required.
  • Develop and implement IEP goals and services to maintain treatment compliance.
  • Write IEP goals, progress reports, and annual review reports.
  • Administered case management, Assisted families with IEP's meetings.
  • Attend and advocate for enhanced services at IEP meeting.

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41. Appropriate Level

low Demand
Here's how Appropriate Level is used in Clinical Social Worker jobs:
  • Developed individual service plans and linked with case management to facilitate admission to appropriate levels of care.
  • Consulted with physicians regarding appropriate level of care for psychiatric and chemically dependent patients.
  • Determined appropriate level of care for emergency mental health situations.
  • Compiled referrals and recommendations for appropriate levels of care.
  • Collaborate with internal and external professionals to assess and evaluate the patient for the appropriate level of care or setting.
  • Evaluate all behavioral health patients that present to the emergency department, diagnosis, and facilitate appropriate level of treatment.
  • Obtained and reviewed clinical information and determined appropriate level of care for children, adults, and geriatric members.
  • Assess patients to determine the appropriate level of care required for optimum functioning after discharge from the unit.
  • Served on Triage team to quickly assess mental health emergencies and provide the most appropriate level of care.
  • Complete clinical assessments; determine clinical evaluation, appropriate level of care and after hour discharges as necessary.
  • Attend treatment team meetings to decide safest most appropriate level of residential facility for client to live.
  • Assign diagnosis according to DSM V and determine appropriate level of care for patients in emergency department.
  • Reviewed medical records for clinical criteria, appropriate levels of care and compliance of standards.
  • Work in conjunction with legal officials to provide most appropriate level of care.
  • Worked closely with psychiatrists and case managers in coordinating appropriate level of care.
  • Consulted with emergency room doctors and psychiatrists to identify appropriate levels of care.
  • Conduct suicide risk assessments and evaluated the appropriate level of care.
  • Utilize using Interqual Care Guidelines and determine medical necessity and the appropriate level of care.
  • provide ongoing risk and case management to evaluate and ensure appropriate levels of service.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Clinical Social Worker

Treatment Plans17.1%
Mental Health Services14.3%
Intake Assessments12.7%
Crisis Intervention11.3%
Group Therapy Sessions9.7%
Community Resources5.2%
Substance Abuse4.6%
Child Abuse4.4%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Clinical Social Worker

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
15.5%
15.5%
2
2
Mental Health Services
Mental Health Services
13%
13%
3
3
Intake Assessments
Intake Assessments
11.5%
11.5%
4
4
Crisis Intervention
Crisis Intervention
10.2%
10.2%
5
5
Group Therapy Sessions
Group Therapy Sessions
8.8%
8.8%
6
6
Community Resources
Community Resources
4.7%
4.7%
7
7
Substance Abuse
Substance Abuse
4.2%
4.2%
8
8
Child Abuse
Child Abuse
4%
4%
9
9
Anxiety Disorders
Anxiety Disorders
2.9%
2.9%
10
10
Social Workers
Social Workers
2.5%
2.5%
11
11
Trauma
Trauma
2.4%
2.4%
12
12
Clinical Supervision
Clinical Supervision
2.3%
2.3%
13
13
Patient Care
Patient Care
1.3%
1.3%
14
14
Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence
1.3%
1.3%
15
15
Ptsd
Ptsd
1.2%
1.2%
16
16
Lcsw
Lcsw
1.1%
1.1%
17
17
Veterans
Veterans
1.1%
1.1%
18
18
MSW
MSW
1.1%
1.1%
19
19
Private Practice
Private Practice
0.9%
0.9%
20
20
Anger Management
Anger Management
0.8%
0.8%
21
21
Support Groups
Support Groups
0.8%
0.8%
22
22
DBT
DBT
0.6%
0.6%
23
23
Medical Staff
Medical Staff
0.6%
0.6%
24
24
DSM
DSM
0.5%
0.5%
25
25
Risk Assessments
Risk Assessments
0.5%
0.5%
26
26
Dual Diagnosis
Dual Diagnosis
0.5%
0.5%
27
27
Crisis Management
Crisis Management
0.4%
0.4%
28
28
Family Meetings
Family Meetings
0.4%
0.4%
29
29
Insurance Companies
Insurance Companies
0.4%
0.4%
30
30
Appropriate Referrals
Appropriate Referrals
0.4%
0.4%
31
31
Adhd
Adhd
0.4%
0.4%
32
32
HIV
HIV
0.4%
0.4%
33
33
Family Psychotherapy
Family Psychotherapy
0.4%
0.4%
34
34
Clinical Staff
Clinical Staff
0.4%
0.4%
35
35
EAP
EAP
0.4%
0.4%
36
36
Stress Management
Stress Management
0.4%
0.4%
37
37
Emdr
Emdr
0.3%
0.3%
38
38
Emotional Support
Emotional Support
0.3%
0.3%
39
39
Diverse Population
Diverse Population
0.3%
0.3%
40
40
IEP
IEP
0.3%
0.3%
41
41
Appropriate Level
Appropriate Level
0.3%
0.3%

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