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Top 50 Mental Health Counselor Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Mental Health Counselor. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Mental Health Counselor resumes they appeared on. For example, 19.3% of Mental Health Counselor resumes contained Mental Health Services as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Mental Health Counselor actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Mental Health Counselor:

1. Mental Health Services

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Here's how Mental Health Services is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Assist in determining consumer level-of-care needs and linkage to outpatient mental health services as well as providing psycho-educational services.
  • Provided mental health services to psychiatric patient population.
  • JCAHO-accredited 108-bed private residential treatment center committed to provided quality mental health services for children, adolescents, and their families.
  • Provide support for teaching staff as related to mental health services, diagnosis, social/emotional concerns, and environmental factors.
  • Developed programs in school through Mental Health services and building relationships with school staff, parent, and youth.
  • Provide clinical services to individuals infected and/or affected with HIV/AIDS in need of mental health services, Facilitate support groups
  • Complete mental health evaluations on all offenders who are identified as needing or wanting mental health services.
  • Conducted diagnostic interviewing services to screen and identify adult inmates in need of mental health services.
  • Provided crisis stabilization for substance abuse disorder and mental health services to clients and their families.
  • Develop, improve, and assess mental health services and systems on the University campus.
  • Provide brief, focused intervention for offenders who are in need of mental health services.
  • Provide individual, family and group Counseling to clients in need of mental health services.
  • Provide mental health services to students and staff of South Mountain Community College.
  • Nurse member of ID team providing mental health services to adult outpatients.
  • Counseled high school students in need of support and mental health services.
  • Evaluate and assess clients for substance abuse and mental health services.
  • Provided mental health services in diverse populations within four outpatient clinics.
  • Provide comprehensive and weekly brief treatment model mental health services to clients
  • Provided mental health services to clients on the adult acute unit
  • Billed Medi-Cal for mental health services.

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2. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Aided in the development and implementation of individualized treatment plans.
  • Developed individualized treatment plans with measurable goals and objectives.
  • Create individual treatment plans incorporating achievable goals.
  • Developed and implemented treatment plans.
  • Work directly with clients to develop treatment plans and assist clients in working toward achieving their goals of recovery.
  • Created treatment plans, provided individual and family sessions for a caseload of 13 residential clients.
  • Worked with therapists to work out patient group schedules, and individual treatment plans.
  • Developed and implemented treatment plans for an average of six clients each month.
  • Provide Medicaid refundable individual and group counseling as a function of treatment plans.
  • Create and implement of treatment plans and monthly reviews with interdepartmental team.
  • Develop and implement treatment plans based on clinical experience and knowledge.
  • Experience with working with CYFD to implement family treatment plans.
  • Prepared treatment plans with measurable goals and monitored for outcomes.
  • Guided clients in understanding illnesses and treatment plans.
  • Completed intakes, daily logs, treatment plans.
  • Completed daily hospital charting and treatment plans updates.
  • Complete Mental Health Assessments, Diagnosis, Develop and Implement Treatment Plans.Conduct Individual, Family and Group Therapeutic Sessions.
  • Developed and maintained comprehensive treatment plans for 8-10 students that focused on behavioral treatment of problems.
  • Case management includes assessments, developing treatment plans, and group interactions.
  • Create and maintain treatment plans Liaise with families, school and medical providers Develop and facilitate group activities Complete documentation as required

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3. Crisis Intervention

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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Provided individual counseling, intake assessments, crisis intervention, and group counseling to an uninsured adult population.
  • Performed non-violent crisis intervention methods and practices as required on a regular basis.
  • Provided crisis intervention counseling through face-to-face and phone contact.
  • Provided telephonic crisis intervention to hurricane victims.
  • Applied crisis intervention and mitigated violence.
  • Provided behavior modification, counseling, and crisis intervention to adults with chronic mental illness in an acute care setting.
  • Organize and lead group activities, assist clients in need of counseling or crisis intervention supportive counseling, coordinate programs.
  • Served as a group therapy counselor on a crisis intervention team, documentation and developed treatment plan for patients.
  • Provided emotional support, education, crisis intervention, and problem resolution to patients and family.
  • Provide Individual mental health services, crisis intervention, counseling, rehabilitation, and case management.
  • Provided reinforcement when the child is having behavioral difficulties, crisis intervention, tutoring.
  • Expanded milieu therapy options and crisis intervention for adolescents on a locked unit.
  • Attend consultations from other specialties, mental health emergencies and provide crisis intervention.
  • Provide crisis intervention and follow-up services when needed.
  • Provided 24-hr crisis intervention services.
  • Clinic-based therapist responsible for individual, group and family therapy, crisis intervention, psychosocial assessments and case management.
  • Utilized crisis intervention, motivational interviewing and problem solving techniques when working with at-risk youth.
  • Provided Grief Counseling Provided Crisis Intervention Completed Progress Notes and Treatment Plans
  • Conduct Cognitive Behavior Therapy Crisis intervention 1:1 with aggressive/suicidal patients Daily charting and monitoring to manage milieu
  • Conduct Cognitive Behavior Therapy Assist with crisis intervention 1:1 with aggressive/suicidal patients Charted on patient observation

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4. Group Therapy Sessions

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Here's how Group Therapy Sessions is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Facilitated individual and group therapy sessions and completed related documentation.
  • Observed group therapy sessions conducted by trained professionals.
  • Facilitate family and individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Provided individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Led individual and group therapy sessions following OASAS guidelines in order to offer the best rehabilitative therapy.
  • Provided individual counseling, administered group therapy sessions, and was responsible for taking crisis calls.
  • Completed group notes, detailing patient behavior and response in group therapy sessions.
  • Group therapy sessions on adult intensive outpatient and children inpatient units as needed.
  • Establish and maintain a therapeutic milieu by conducting individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Conducted weekly group therapy sessions and revised treatment plans.
  • Conducted weekly group therapy sessions for at risk youth.
  • Led patients in individual, and group therapy sessions.
  • Conducted group therapy sessions and analyzed treatment plan details.
  • Conducted group therapy sessions on a daily basis.
  • Manage and facilitate weekly group therapy sessions.
  • Facilitated group therapy sessions that addressed mental health issues, recovery and maintianing wellness and sobriety.
  • Conducted Individual and Group Therapy Sessions, wrote progress notes and psychosocial forms.
  • Attend Court proceedings, staffings, case management sessions, and group therapy sessions intermittently to promote quality service.
  • Practice in the Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Clinic Facilitate Group Therapy Sessions Conduct Individual Therapy Collaboratively Create and Update Treatment Plans
  • Lead group therapy sessions .Conduct mental health assessments

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5. Substance Abuse

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Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Developed and implemented group counseling in areas of gang prevention and substance abuse/addiction prevention.
  • Initial mental health/substance abuse evaluations.
  • Counseled individuals within the student population with issues such as substance abuse, depression, relationship conflicts and adjustment to college life
  • Provided emergency mental health and substance abuse services to individuals and families, including assessments for inpatient treatment and referrals.
  • Conducted individual and group psychotherapy sessions for clients dealing with mental illnesses, substance abuse problems, and emotional trauma.
  • Manage and facilitate a 2-week seminar for homeless veterans with substance abuse problems, designed to teach sobriety skills.
  • Provide mental health treatment to patients with chronic physical and mental conditions and those with co-occurring substance abuse/use disorders.
  • Provided substance abuse counseling services for government agencies including Salt Lake County and federal and state probation and parole.
  • Provided both individual and group counseling to clients who had severe mental health and substance abuse disorders.
  • Provided individual, group and family counseling for mental health and substance abuse and co-occurring disorder clients.
  • Improved lives for a healthy community through family support, mental health and substance abuse services.
  • Screened and diagnosed adolescents with varying mental health and substance abuse issues using the DSM-IV.
  • Provided counseling and direct care, for 75 patients with substance abuse problems.
  • Provided both mental health and substance abuse counseling to duel diagnosed clients.
  • Diagnosed mental health, emotional and substance abuse disorders.
  • Lead and conducted substance abuse groups; group therapy.
  • Provide individual and group counseling in regularly scheduled sessions, which includes didactic substance abuse seminars, and other therapy groups.
  • Facilitated support groups, trainings and workshops for juveniles struggling with substance abuse and behavior modification needs.
  • Provided substance abuse/mental health counseling for individuals, families, and groups of Native Americans.
  • Conducted group therapy to address substance abuse and psychosocial issues.

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6. Intake Assessments

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Here's how Intake Assessments is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Administered intake assessments to identify presenting problems and levels of crisis.
  • Complete intake assessments, individual counseling sessions and exit interviews.
  • Completed intake assessments and documentation for treatment plans.
  • Performed client intake assessments and clinical evaluations.
  • Conducted intake assessments for unscheduled clients.
  • Complete intake assessments for clients; formulating and recommending measurable, individualized treatment plans for each client on caseload.
  • Perform intake assessments of adolescents and adults with a range of mental health challenges.
  • Completed intake assessments, and service plans, follow up and case closure forms.
  • Complete intake assessments, treatment plans, security reviews on assigned inmates.
  • Completed Intake assessments and evaluated if client would fit current clientele.
  • Complete Intake Assessments for client's of Compass Counseling Services.
  • Completed intake assessments and diagnoses of adolescents and children.
  • Completed intake assessments and orientation process for new patients.
  • Completed initial intake assessments with patients and families.
  • Completed intake assessments on mentally ill youth clients.
  • Complete intake assessments and bio-psychosocial evaluations in regard to youth and family.
  • Conducted intake interviews, intake assessments, and treatment planning for each individual client.
  • Complete intake assessments and case notes, recording clients progress toward self-identified goals.
  • Completed intake assessments with patients and drafted community re-entry plans following treatment as well as daily progress notes and bio-psychosocial assessments.
  • Completed intake assessments, substance abuse assessments and biopsychosocial assessments.

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7. Independent Living

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Here's how Independent Living is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Provided direct support in developing independent living skills.
  • Provide exercises designed to sustain independent living.
  • Skilled in crisis intervention, providing clients with independent living options and directing clients to appropriate community services when needed.
  • Coached clients in coping skills, independent living skills, social skills, budgeting skills, and parenting skills.
  • Teach independent living skills in a supportive environment while providing holistic wellness through the use of art therapy directives.
  • Educated clients in independent living skills, coordinated provider appointments, and coached clients in career development skills.
  • Collaborated with Foster Care, Child Protection, Adoption, Behavioral Intervention, and independent living support resources.
  • Provided group counseling on social skills building, interpersonal communication, problem solving skills and independent living skills.
  • Serve as Housing, Independent Living, and Case Manager for Individuals with Sever and Persistent Mental Illness.
  • Created 4 treatment plans that focused on areas of independent living skills and recovery with each client.
  • Worked in both a group home setting and with the satellite apartment program for independent living.
  • Conducted group counseling sessions aimed at challenging myths, independent living, sexual health, etc.
  • Assist in client's independent living skills, hygiene checks, housekeeping, and budgeting.
  • Planned, organized, and implemented basic independent living skills for SMI adult's population.
  • Assisted adults with improving their independent living skills.
  • Assist clients in learning independent living skills.
  • Provided training in independent living skills.
  • Directed independent living groups with hands on experience, education material, field experience, and on going homework.
  • Supported the development of independent living skills for clients Handled a caseload of thirty (30) clients.
  • collected information about clients through interviews, and connected the client to resources to increase independent living.

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8. Anger Management

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Here's how Anger Management is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Conduct group psycho-education and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for anger management, development of coping skills and effective communication.
  • Developed and facilitated adolescent groups for anger management using psycho-educational and process group therapy techniques.
  • Facilitated a psycho-educational twelve week class on anger management.
  • Counseled: family, marriage, individual, alcohol and drug, anger management, depression, adolescent, and group counseling
  • Provide Anger Management Assessments to clients referred by court authority or Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS).
  • Provided court testimony in child custody cases, completed insurance assessments and treatment plans and court ordered anger management counseling.
  • Focused on building skills such as anger management, increasing self-esteem, following directions and respecting authority figures.
  • Facilitated weekly groups including anger management, substance awareness, health issues, victim empathy and empowerment.
  • Run group sessions that focus on anger management, mindfulness, and developing short and long term goals
  • Used of conflict management through communication strategies and anger management to heal and/or enrich the relationships.
  • Facilitate life skill groups for nutrition, cooking, men, anger management and wellness.
  • Participated in crisis intervention, CPI, deescalation, post processing, anger management techniques.
  • Provided group counseling in areas of Anger Management, and Parenting Skills.
  • Planned, implemented and supervised social skills and anger management groups.
  • Led anger management groups for both men and women.
  • Conduct Anger Management group classes.
  • Train Americorp personnel and Interns as Anger Management facilitators.
  • Conducted a 12 week anger management course entitled Controlling Your Anger: Anger Management Using Cognitive and Behavioral Techniques.
  • Counseled clients with issues relating to stress management, self-esteem, anger management, abuse, mental illnesses.
  • Group facilitator *Managed intervention anger management, and crisis *Intake and assessment *Maintain confidentiality of records relating to client's treatment

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9. Community Resources

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Here's how Community Resources is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Referred clients and family members to community resources as necessary.
  • Refer and assist individuals to appropriate community resources.
  • Organized community resources for agency.
  • Worked with the families of the individuals in order to link them to community resources in order to assist the families.
  • Work with Adults with Intellectual disabilities, train clients to utilize community resources while facilitating case management.
  • Conducted discharge planning and linked clients and families with community resources for ongoing treatment and support.
  • Refer patients, clients, or family members to community resources or to specialists as necessary.
  • Provided advocacy and support services, social integration, and use of community resources.
  • Coordinate, Advocate and Refer Clients to Community Resources or Specialist as Needed.
  • Contacted community resources to find jobs that met their needs and skills.
  • Obtained patient care services and provided connection to community resources for clients.
  • Accompany clients to the Psychiatric appointments and assist them with community resources.
  • Create and distribute referrals to patients for community resources or specialists.
  • Advocated for consumers through case management and linkage to community resources.
  • Collaborate with community resources to assist client in accessing needed services.
  • Coordinated and linked clients with community resources.
  • Completed concurrent authorizations with Medicaid Provided community resources and coordinated discharge planning
  • Coordinate community resources for services .
  • Provided linkages and referrals to community resources such as mental, medical and or substance abuse services as needed.
  • Advised patients on community resources, made referrals and devised realistic treatment plans.

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10. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Coordinated the observation of patients through individual and group sessions and documented patient charts with significant patient care observations.
  • Collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide holistic, individualized patient care and therapeutic milieu management.
  • Provide effective individual counseling and direct patient care.
  • Provide direct patient care in a psychiatric unit, and eating disorder unit under the supervision of a Registered Nurse.
  • Provided direct patient care by counseling adolescents and adults individually and in group sessions at the 35 bed in-patient/out-patient facility.
  • Provide group and individual counseling * Maintain patient files * Coordinate with treatment team for patient care
  • Provide direct patient care and crisis intervention to adolescents and adults on an inpatient treatment Unit.
  • Implemented changes within the program resulting in improved patient care and increased staff efficiency.
  • Direct patient care, wound care, teaching on diabetic care and monitoring.
  • Provide direct patient care services to individuals hospitalized for mental health issues.
  • Provide direct patient care under the supervision of a registered nurse.
  • Provided temporary patient care in psychiatric wings of area hospitals.
  • Provided direct patient care and crisis intervention.
  • Respond to patient care needs and issues.
  • Supervised and provided direct patient care.
  • Provided direct patient care to inpatient population with psychiatric disorders while maintaining safety, wellbeing and therapeutic programming.
  • Direct patient care of children who have various psychological disorders, later worked fulltime with children who have Autism and related disorders
  • Run Therapeutic CBT group sessions Provide direct patient care under the supervision of a Registered Nurse.
  • Counseled patients at a Psychiatric locked unit Collaborated with team members to assist with patient care
  • monitor patients therapeutic environment maintenance technical patient care facilitate group sessions

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11. Counsel

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Here's how Counsel is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Performed individual and group counseling, completes assessments, documents interventions and ensures quality and timeliness of medical record documentation.
  • Recognized for outstanding counseling ability and recruited to counsel individuals and families.
  • Maintained experience with and knowledge of cognitive-behavioral therapy, motivational counseling.
  • Provided counseling, home intervention for integration into community efforts.
  • Provided counseling for a diverse student population.
  • Facilitated court-mandated DUI counseling/education groups.
  • Aided the restructuring of counseling services, to provide a sustainable preventative approach to managing behavior throughout the school setting.
  • Provided counseling to individuals and families about mental health and mental health issues therapeutic interventions to assist with coping.
  • Work with individuals with depression, anxiety, family issues, marriage counseling and concerns about work/life balance.
  • Conduct family counseling to address parenting and other issues related to children's behavioral problems.
  • Provide counseling support to children and youth at a hospital partial care program.
  • Provided assessment, individual and group counseling for adults and senior adults.
  • Provided group and individual counseling, life skills, and community skills.
  • Provided on-campus counseling for high school and middle school students.
  • Provided counseling for a wide variety of mental health diagnoses.
  • Provided individual, group, family, and couples counseling.
  • Collaborated with other counselors for a continuum of care.
  • Provided mental health triage and counseling.
  • Provided individual counseling to culturally diverse clients (adults, children, and couples) Conducted couple's therapy
  • Conducted counseling for groups, individuals, families.

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12. Anxiety Disorders

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Here's how Anxiety Disorders is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Provided individual, group and family therapy for adult patients who suffered from severe mental illness to mild anxiety disorders.
  • Manage caseload of 80+ diverse clientele diagnosed with chronic mental illness, dual diagnosis, mood and anxiety disorders.
  • Experience working with Substance Abuse and Addiction, ADHD, Anxiety Disorders, Criminal Behaviors, and Trauma.
  • Group leader and counselor in mood and anxiety disorders partial hospitalization program for adults.
  • Train staff on treatment of anxiety disorders and depression using CBT.
  • Counseled clients experiencing such mental health issues as affective and anxiety disorders, as well as those experiencing interpersonal difficulties.
  • Major Depression, Suicidal Ideations, Bi-Polar, Anxiety Disorders, Attachment Disorders, Disruptive Behavior Disorder, etc.

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13. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Provided support to the Case Management Team and other clinic staff members as needed to assist in delivering quality patient care.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to perform clinical assessments, developed and implemented treatment plans for at risk youth.
  • Collaborate with staff members to plan or develop programs of events, schedules of activities, or menus.
  • Illustrated ability to work effectively with other staff members to ensure the well-being and safety of clients.
  • Collaborate with other staff members to perform clinical assessments, parenting assessments and develop treatment plans.
  • Consult with other staff members regarding treatment plans as deemed appropriate by the team leader.
  • Collaborated with staff members to perform daily assessments and developmental needs of client consumers.
  • Checked on inmate behavior and compliance through other staff members or support staff.
  • Presented case history material to review and discussion with other staff members.
  • Collaborate with staff members about client progress and needs within the program.
  • Manage, supervise, and train four part-time staff members.
  • Present case material weekly and consult/collaborate with other staff members.
  • Assisted other staff members and patients with IT related issues.
  • Collaborate with other staff members to develop treatment plans.
  • Train staff members within the department and/or agency.
  • Trained staff members in social service skills.
  • Trained/oriented substitute and new staff members.
  • CARE instructor for all staff members.
  • Communicated and collaborated with psychiatric nursing staff.Presented case history material to review and discussion with other staff members.
  • Acted as liaison between community-based care & various legal agencies Supervised and trained staff members.

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Here's how Service Plans is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Make collateral contracts with clients/families and significant others to promote implementation of service plans and optimal community adjustments.
  • Developed individual service plans for adults and adolescents with dual diagnoses of Mental Health and Intellectual Disability.
  • Participated with residents in the development, evaluation and modification of individual service plans and follow through.
  • Developed and implemented Individual Service Plans with the individuals to ensure their participation of services.
  • Participated in the planning and evaluation of individual service plans and monitored plan objectives.
  • Develop and maintain client-centered Individual Service Plans.
  • Reviewed and edited all individual Service Plans developed by weekend staff, and provided on-call status for crisis situations.
  • Maintain Treatment Plans, documentation, and service plans, according to the DSM IV TR criteria.
  • Write service plans, progress notes, and monthly summaries while keeping daily case record notes.
  • Provide individual, group, and family therapy to patients according to individualized service plans.
  • Assist in the development, review and revision of residents' individualized service plans.
  • Documented all patient information including service plans, treatment reports and progress notes.
  • Provide clients counsel as needed, per their treatment and individual service plans.
  • Facilitated interventions with individuals and families per treatment service plans and goals.
  • Prepare service plans with residents to improve overall daily living skills.
  • Develop and update individual treatment service plans for clients.
  • Assign diagnoses based on criteria of the DSM V. Formulate individualized service plans to address the needs of clients.
  • Collaborated with HCPs and clinical team members on the development and implementation of service plans for clients.
  • Developed and updated service plans, maintain chart documentation, provide supportive counseling.
  • Perform Intake Assessment Develop and Update Service Plans Provide linkage to community services Perform group and individual therapy Assist with Family Meetings

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  • Participated regularly in organizational meetings for advocacy of victims of domestic violence in the Japanese community in New England area.
  • Facilitate groups and individual sessions to meet requirements for Domestic Violence Program.
  • Developed and implemented domestic violence program for the Comprehensive Care Program.
  • Facilitated children s domestic violence support group through trauma-informed activities.
  • Conduct Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse Assessments, provide intake on referrals and facilitate treatment groups with offenders and voluntary clients.
  • Facilitated a psycho-educational group to youth addressing suicide, self-harm, domestic violence, eating disorders, and substance abuse.
  • Conduct support groups about domestic violence, trauma, leadership, parenting, and other mental health education issues.
  • Provide mental health, substance abuse and domestic violence counseling and group counseling for adults.
  • Serve as expert witness in child custody hearings, TPR proceedings and domestic violence hearings.
  • Provided counseling with homeless adults, children, families residing in domestic violence shelter.
  • Provided domestic violence/D&A therapy and education to women at shelters and hospitals.
  • Provide on-call and crisis counseling, domestic violence intervention and offender treatment.
  • Court-ordered evaluations for domestic violence, substance dependence and level of care.
  • Complete assessments and clinical interviews for DUI and Domestic Violence clients.
  • Conducted and deciphered domestic violence, anger, drug/substance abuse assessments.
  • Co-facilitated a weekly domestic violence support group in English and Spanish.
  • Provided counseling services to men involved in domestic violence treatment.
  • Provided trainings and workshops to APHS staff on co-occurring disorders, mental health, domestic violence, and trauma counseling.
  • Oversee the development of the Guadalupe County Domestic Violence Program, serve as clinical advisor.
  • Conducted psychosocial, substance, domestic violence, and risk assessments.

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16. Medication Management

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Here's how Medication Management is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Work closely with psychologists, psychiatric nurse practitioners and medical professionals to ensure proper medication management and continuity of care.
  • Monitored consumers and provided assistance with medication management, nutrition, health, and overall physical condition.
  • Consult with physicians and other mental health service providers to identify medication management issues and concerns.
  • Consulted with staff Psychiatrists and staff to assist with medication management and appropriate therapy objectives.
  • Support individuals with medication management, symptom management, and money management.
  • Educated clients about proper medication management and performed routine medication checks.
  • Recommend nutritional counseling, physical examinations and medication management as necessary.
  • Worked with consulting psychiatrist to review medication management options for clients.
  • Refer clients to psychotropic medication management and/or substance abuse treatment.
  • Conduct medication management intakes and mental health intakes and diagnosis.
  • Case management, advocacy, and medication management.
  • Monitored client medication management plans.
  • Provided crisis interventions and management, case and medication management, individual and group therapy, and staff consultations and training.
  • Provide case management, medication management, crisis counseling, discharge placement, follow-up care and insurance claims.
  • Coordinated patient care with Psychiatrists and Nursing staff for medication management and patient treatment plans.
  • Staffed and consulted with psychiatrists for the treatment and medication management of MH inmates.
  • Collaborated with other health care team, members to ensure proper medication management.
  • Assist clients with their medication management and psychiatric follow-ups.
  • provide assistance to individuals in medication management, monitoring health, nutrition and physical condition.
  • Monitored and educated mothers regarding medication management at pre and post-pregnancy.

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17. Crisis Management

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  • Assisted in direct care and supervision of adolescent patients by providing safety and crisis management.
  • Performed behavior and crisis management, which involved restraining residents.
  • Utilized crisis management and MAB techniques to address patient crises/behaviors.
  • Provided assessments, crisis management, and crisis stabilization.
  • Worked with adolescents and daily on-call crisis management.
  • Engaged in individual client counseling and crisis management.
  • Support individuals with crisis management.
  • Assisted in crisis management procedures.
  • Executed crisis management and intervention.
  • Provided direct counseling, behavioral intervention and crisis management services to At-Risk adults diagnosed with a primary DSM-IV-TR Axis I disorder.
  • Provided assessment, crisis management, individual, and group counseling to students who were in an alternative school setting.
  • Provided in-home counseling and crisis management to families where mental health is suspected.
  • Devote one or two days per week to emergency service and crisis management.
  • Case and crisis management; risk assessments and interventions.
  • Provide 1:1 patient support and/or crisis management.
  • Assist with crisis management using TCI skills.
  • Provided crisis management to the milieu.
  • Provide case management and follow-up service Provide counseling, behavioral intervention and crisis management service.
  • Maintained and provided a safe patient population in line with Riveredge Hospital's Crisis Management Policies and Procedures.
  • trained in de-escalation skills, crisis management, behavioral observation.

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Here's how Stress Management is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Provide Critical Incident Stress Management, court-ordered substance abuse treatment, adolescent counseling and play therapy.
  • Developed planned and taught social assertiveness and stress management skills.
  • Participate in personal development and stress management group workshops.
  • Conduct therapeutic groups addressing substance abuse and addiction, suicide, stress management, self-esteem, depression, and medication education.
  • Provide group psychotherapy to help offenders with issues associated with addictions, drug misuse, family, stress management and self-esteem.
  • Collaborate with Residence Life for programming presentations relevant to mental and emotional health, stress management, and related topics.
  • Teach and counsel stress management, coping skills, psycho-education, psycho-pharmaceutical, decision making, mindfulness and PMR.
  • Assist clients in achieving independence and stability in various ways including stress management, skills training, emotional regulation.
  • Facilitated youth prevention programs/community education sessions on stress management, team building, self-esteem, parenting, etc.
  • Support individuals dealing with issues associated with addictions, psychotic disorders; family issues and stress management.
  • Led workshops for college students discussing career and counseling services, stress management, and overall health.
  • Moderated groups associated with anger management, stress management, drugs and alcohol, and self-esteem building.
  • Assisted individuals deal with issues associated with addictions and substance abuse, stress management, and self-esteem.
  • Provide time management, organizational, stress management and social skills training to students as needed.
  • Facilitate stress management and smoking cessation seminars for employees as part of the Employee Assistance Program.
  • Team member on the Critical Incident Stress Management Team (CISM) for peers/ co-workers.
  • Helped individuals deals with issues associated with self-esteem, anger and stress management.
  • Conducted group sessions in Anger Management, Stress Management & Skill Building.
  • Run a variety of therapeutic groups as Social Skills and Stress Management.
  • Facilitate counseling groups and psychoeducational classes for students on topics such as anxiety and stress management.

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  • Participated in multidisciplinary case consultation with psychiatrists, therapists, social workers, and recreational therapists.
  • Collaborated with multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists, registered nurses, and social workers to discuss patient's treatment plan and progress.
  • Collaborated with treatment team of clinical social workers, psychiatrists, case managers and school personnel to develop individualized treatment plans.
  • Worked with Doctors, Nurses, Medical Social Workers and other medical staff as part of an interdisciplinary behavioral medicine team.
  • Participate in case conferences and team meetings with psychiatrists, Social Workers and Clients, to help implement care plans.
  • Worked well with other professionals such as psychologists, social workers, counselors, parole officers, and physicians.
  • Work as part of a team that may include psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric nurses, or social workers.
  • Utilized treatment plans created by social workers to support (children, adolescent, adult) psychiatric clients.
  • Maintain ongoing contact with case managers, social workers and judges in client progress in the program.
  • Attend weekly treatment plan meetings collaborating with social workers, parents, unit managers and directors.
  • Collaborate with social workers to produce treatment plans for in-patient and out patient care.
  • Home visits with parents, meeting with social workers and therapists of clients.
  • Consult with Social Workers to ensure access of clients to community resources
  • Supervised school interns and peer group of social workers.
  • Mentor and supervise emerging clinicians and social workers.
  • Collaborate at bi-weekly treatment team meetings among social workers, activity therapists and attending psychiatrist.
  • Work closely with MD, psychiatrist, nursing staff, and social workers to increase wellbeing and facilitate client treatment.
  • Coordinated with school social workers, psychiatrists, probations officers, and community support teams.
  • Assisted in providing documented assessments Individual and group therapy interventions and discharges Worked with social workers and other professional facility staff.
  • Attended resident Clinical meetings with social workers and program managers to discuss program goals and budgeting for clients on an !

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  • Developed and facilitated a psycho-educational program for recovery from depression and PTSD.
  • Counseled clients suffering PTSD from past child/emotional/sexual abuse or combat experience.
  • Assessed students and provided individual and group psychological treatments for depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, and other diagnoses.
  • Admitted and provided care for a wide range of patients diagnosed with depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD, and schizophrenia.
  • Facilitated weekly groups such as: PTSD, Anger Management, Substance Abuse, Grief & Loss, and Team Building.
  • Opened an additional office in Saint Johns Florida specializing in depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorders, panic and PTSD.
  • Facilitated and co-facilitated weekly groups focusing on substance abuse, insomnia, depression, anxiety, chronic pain and PTSD.
  • Manage a caseload of MICA clients with forensic issues, PTSD, HIV, and other health related concerns.
  • Treated PTSD, Addictions, Eating Disorders, Major Depression and Anxiety, Behavioral Problems, Life Coaching.
  • Established and co-facilitated a Cognitive Processing Therapy Group for those with PTSD due to Military Sexual Trauma.
  • Conducted Group therapy for Illness, Management, and Wellness; PTSD; and SA.
  • Conducted mental health screenings for depression, PTSD, abuse, and addiction.
  • Utilize EMDR with clients to assist in recovery to include PTSD.
  • Developed treatment plans for those diagnosed with PTSD.
  • Assist clients overcome PTSD and Anxiety symptoms.
  • Lead PTSD group for combat veterans.
  • Focus in Spanish and Portuguese populations Specializations: treatment resistant adult males, PTSD, substance abuse, at-risk adolescent males
  • Provide counseling services to clients and their families, suffering from severe PTSD due to trauma during the Bosnian-Serbian war.
  • Lead PTSD Group for active duty service members Developed and lead Chronic Pain support group
  • Assessed clients for suicidality, PTSD and TBI.

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21. Behavioral Issues

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  • Established guidelines and implemented an inpatient behavioral modification program for children with mental illness and behavioral issues.
  • Assisted adolescents with behavioral issues in transitioning into a residential setting.
  • Worked daily with elementary-aged children with mental health/behavioral issues.
  • Provided skill development and support for solving family problems, behavioral issues with children and adolescents, and family-unit strengthening.
  • Led summer day treatment and after school groups and therapeutic activities to teach functional living skills and address behavioral issues.
  • Facilitated group therapy sessions with children ranging between the ages of five to eight to address emotional and behavioral issues.
  • Rendered individual counseling services to young children, adolescents, and adults with a variety of emotional and behavioral issues.
  • Provide in home, school or community individual/family counseling services to clients with mental health and behavioral issues.
  • Provided counseling with students who had poor school performance, behavioral issues living in dysfunctional families.
  • Work with individuals with anxiety, depression, grief, marital issues, and behavioral issues.
  • Performed direct counseling to clients with behavioral issues, substance abuse issues, and depression.
  • Skilled at responding to crisis situations when severe mental health and behavioral issues arose.
  • Led therapeutic activities to teach functional living skills and address behavioral issues.
  • Maintain the safety of residents with behavioral issues at a residential facility.
  • Provide redirection and interventions for behavioral issues in the classroom and cafeteria.
  • Helped children in immediate crisis; and/or ongoing emotional or behavioral issues.
  • Monitor various age group of kids with different behavioral issues.
  • Direct care for clients with emotional/behavioral issues.
  • Carried a case load of twenty eight students with an emphasis on emotional, educational and behavioral issues.
  • Monitor teenage residents for safety Counsel and report behavioral issues Compose and utilize forms for documentation

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22. DBT

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  • Guided clients in effective therapeutic exercises integrated from Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).
  • Conducted structured group programming creatively utilizing a CBT/DBT framework.
  • Co-facilitated and facilitated DBT groups.
  • Provide intensive therapeutic counseling (CBT, DBT) to dual-diagnoses caseload of inmates, a mental illness and/or mental retardation.
  • Utilized evidence-based therapies with emphasis on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT).
  • Utilized a variety of psychotherapy skills including brief therapy methods, CBT, DBT, REBT, and CI.
  • Utilize, person centered, MI, solution focused, CBT, DBT, experiential, informed methods.
  • Led a weekly DBT skills training group for inmates with self-injurious and other Borderline Personality traits.
  • Experience using techniques from client-centered, CBT, DBT, mindfulness, and multicultural frameworks.
  • Facilitated therapeutic groups, some of which include CBT, DBT, and Motivational Interviewing.
  • Provide therapeutic intervention services (specifically CBT and DBT) to adults and youth.
  • Reviewed member diary cards, chain analysis, and other DBT homework.
  • Implemented the DBT Program, training and mentoring co-workers in DBT skills.
  • Implemented DBT behavior protocols and treatment plans with foster care residents.
  • Trained personnel in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).
  • Utilized CBT and DBT in a therapeutic residential facility.
  • Co-led DBT groups (Dialectical Behavior Therapy).
  • Attended and presented during DBT client consultation.
  • Facilitated weekly client meetings with DBT training.
  • Facilitated DBT training during DBT client consultation.

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23. Vital Signs

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  • Monitor vital signs for patients in accordance with detoxification protocols.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in taking patient medical histories and vital signs, as well as various diagnostic procedures and ancillary tests
  • Assisted in patient assessments, obtained vital signs, assisted in various forms of examinations, documented patient information.
  • Assisted in doing vital signs, urine and pregnancy test, and process results on the consumer data sheet.
  • Perform technical nursing assignments including taking vital signs, weights, laboratory specimens and performing EKG's.
  • Provide direct patient care including taking vital signs and assisting with activities of daily living.
  • Operate as an assistant to nursing staff, performing vital signs and glucose testing.
  • Obtained vital signs on all assigned patients and documented treatments in patients' records.
  • Maintain confidentiality of records while documenting vital signs and input and output.
  • Perform nursing duties, such as administering medications, measuring vital signs.
  • Performed vital signs and escorted to activities and maintained shift notes.
  • Run groups, admit patients, safety checks and vital signs.
  • Monitor vital signs and assist patients with activities of daily living.
  • Monitored patient vital signs and tracked changes in weight.
  • Performed admission vital signs and check in.
  • Monitor and record vital signs.
  • Obtained vital signs from patients.
  • Administer drug screens, EKG's, and take vital signs.
  • Chart on patients behavior, vital signs and conduct new admits body searches and discharges.
  • Assisted nursing staff with admissions, rounds, vital signs, & restraint & seclusions.

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24. Schizophrenia

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  • Provided mental health counseling services to severely psychological disabled individuals with diagnoses of bipolar disorder, schizophrenia depression and borderline disorders.
  • Worked with chronically mentally ill adult populations with major depressive disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and schizophrenia as a diagnosis.
  • Assisted individuals (primarily those diagnosed with Schizophrenia) with symptom management, medication, and community involvement.
  • Worked with the severely mentally ill including Schizophrenia, Dual Diagnosis, Bi-Polar Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder.
  • Transport Individuals to doctors appointments, counseling individuals with mental health issues with schizophrenia and bipolar
  • Performed crisis intervention for consumers diagnosed with schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder and severe depression.
  • Create counseling session plans that are specifically constructed for individuals diagnosed with Schizophrenia.
  • Assisted consumers diagnosed with schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder and severe depression.
  • Supervised individuals with chronic schizophrenia and other chronic psychotic disorders.
  • Case manage 7 adult clients in group home presenting moderate to severe mental illness such as schizophrenia and severe depressive disorder.
  • Provided mental stimulation and assistance to other members of the home, including patients with schizophrenia and manic depression.
  • Monitored and counseled substance abusers that were also coping with schizophrenia, bi-polar, borderline personality disorder, etc.
  • Worked with Adults with mental health disorders such as schizophrenia, major depression, OCD, and others.
  • Provide milieu therapy and run groups for 18 residents with schizophrenia, psychotic disorders, and dual diagnoses.
  • Experienced in the treatment of schizophrenia, bipolar, borderline, and depressive mood disorders.
  • Worked with patient that was diagnosed with schizophrenia, bipolar, psychosis, and autism.
  • Advise and assist mentally ill patients ranging in diagnoses Schizophrenia, bipolar, borderline, depression, detox, etc.
  • Counseled Deaf patients with various mental disorders including schizophrenia, O.C.D., bi-polar disorders, and intellectual disabilities .
  • Counseled short-term in-patients, suffering from mental illnesses - depression, OCD, schizophrenia - at JCMH facility.
  • Counseled inmates suffering with Depression, Schizophrenia Paranoid Type, Bi-Polar and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

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  • Provided mental health support services in a community-based setting for adults with serious and persistent mental illness and/or co-occurring disabilities.
  • Provided counseling and support services in a therapeutic, welcoming environment focused on treatment and reintegration into community.
  • Collaborated with several co-counselors in order to provide superior quality of mental health support services.
  • Provide home-based counseling and support services to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness.
  • Provide academic advising and related student support services by writing developmental and degree plans.
  • Referred clients to external community support services based upon their individual needs.
  • Referred patients to other support services as needed and monitored the status of the patient/families to evaluate the success of therapy.
  • Coordinated meetings between students and additional support services including OT, speech therapist, school therapist, etc.
  • CASE MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT SERVICES Participated in multidisciplinary team meeting to go over existing cases and new cases.
  • Monitored and reported on patient progress, prepared and processed documents for required and support services.
  • Provide training to Mental Health Support Services consumers on improving their daily living skills i.e.
  • Worked in a 15-house Residential Support Services (RSS) program for adults with SPMI.
  • Referred client to other support services such as medical evaluations, treatment and social services.
  • Provided in-home counseling and support services to adults, children, couples and families.
  • Create discharge plans and provide linkage to other support services within the community.
  • Provided behaviorally focused mental health support services to clients and their families.
  • Provided community support services with the usage of various interventions.
  • Provide referral and support services in community resource setting.
  • Provided various support services for clients with mental illness
  • Supervised monthly by Behavioral Support Services LMHC.

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26. Dual Diagnosis

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  • Facilitated groups for dual diagnosis patients via videos, twelve-step recovery program to encourage recovery and prevent relapse.
  • Provided clinical supervision and training for four chemical dependency counselors and dual diagnosis counselor.
  • Provided group psychotherapy in a Partial Hospitalization setting working with mainly dual diagnosis patients.
  • Case management of Integrated Dual diagnosis with residential and outreach communities.
  • Facilitated engaging groups to dual diagnosis patients.
  • Worked with a wide patient base group of Pediatric, Adolescent and Adult psychiatric patients and Dual Diagnosis Adult patients.
  • Provided services as a mental health counselor for an inpatient dual diagnosis unit in a private hospital.
  • Provided direct care to psychiatric patients, including dual diagnosis patients and those receiving substance abuse treatment.
  • Provided mental health counseling and support services to men in a dual diagnosis adult foster care setting.
  • Perform Coordinated assessment of the needs for patients with severe and persistent mental illness/dual diagnosis.
  • Work closely with patients that have wide range diagnosis including substance abuse and dual diagnosis.
  • Conducted complex assessments and selected in depth therapies for individuals with dual diagnosis.
  • Conduct individual counseling sessions, adult clients dealing with addiction and dual diagnosis.
  • Facilitate mental health groups including Dual Diagnosis, Seeking Safety, and DBT.
  • Engaged consumers with support with in dual diagnosis and symptom management.
  • Team member of a dual diagnosis acute and sub-acute treatment center.
  • Lead PHP/IOP groups geared with individuals that have dual diagnosis.
  • Direct counseling of clients in inpatient dual diagnosis unit.
  • Lead daily groups with emphasis on dual diagnosis.
  • Provided daily group therapy sessions (approximately 10 clients per group) centered on psychosocial rehabilitation for dual diagnosis clients.

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27. Mental Status

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  • Provide assessment services, gathering appropriate information, conducting mental status examination, making appropriate referrals and preparing documentation.
  • Provide regular follow-up to assigned offenders to monitor current mental status and functioning.
  • Performed risk assessments, mental status evaluations and crisis interventions.
  • Assessed c1ients using psychological and mental status instruments.
  • Performed mental status assessments and counseled individuals.
  • Monitor clients' progress and keep track of his or her mental status through written records.
  • Guide clients in the development of skills and strategies for dealing with their mental status.
  • Performed routine rounds, vital signs, and assessment in change of mental status.
  • Conferred with other professionals to determine diagnosis, and mental status of client.
  • Reported changes in patient's conditions, behaviors, and mental status.
  • Conduct mental health evaluations, weekly rounds evaluations and mental status exams.
  • Observed patients behaviors and reported any mental status change.
  • Completed special needs and mental status assessments.
  • Evaluated patients' mental status.
  • Perform mental status examinations, mental health assessments, psychosocial evaluations and complete a detailed documentation of services.
  • Initial biopsychosocial histories and mental status exams.
  • Utilize DSM-IV as diagnostic tool and conduct mental status examinations during patient assessment.
  • Complete intakes, psychosocial evaluations, and mental status evaluations.
  • Provide individual counseling Assess patient mental status Monitor for safety Manage milieu
  • Maintain Safety of clients/assist in ADL's Assess/Document clients' mental status- daily Distribute client's medication Schedule medical/therapy visits per client

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28. Clinical Supervision

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  • Improved professional competency by attending weekly clinical supervision meetings, reinforcing ethical standards of conduct, and achieving program goals.
  • Participated in regular multidisciplinary team meetings at CBHS and in clinical supervision.
  • Provided weekly group and individual clinical supervision to unlicensed clinicians.
  • Participate in clinical supervision sessions on a regular basis.
  • Provide clinical supervision and complete employee evaluations.
  • Provide clinical supervision for master level interns.
  • Prepared case presentations for clinical supervision.
  • Attend weekly clinical supervisions to expand skills and receive ongoing guidance and support with ongoing cases.
  • Coordinated, trained, and provided ongoing clinical supervision for existing and new program services.
  • Provide clinical supervision to the Quay County Maternal and Child Health mental health counselor.
  • Provided clinical supervision to all Mental Health Counselors who work on inpatient psychiatry.
  • Provided clinical supervision and training to Master's level graduate assistants.
  • Provide clinical supervision and direction for all staff.
  • Provided clinical supervision of ten staff.
  • Coordinated mental health treatment teams, intaked clinics, and quality management and provide clinical supervision using solution-focused approaches.
  • Provided Clinical Supervision and/or licensure supervision to other counselors/therapists whom provided Specialized Mental Health Services.
  • Participated in bi-weekly individual and group clinical supervision and clinical case staffings.
  • Participated in weekly multidisciplinary staffings and individual clinical supervision as scheduled.
  • Provide clinical supervision to licensure candidates.
  • Attend weekly clinical staff meetings and clinical supervision with psychiatrist Award Recipient: 2012 Community Mental Health Rehabilitation Counselor of the year

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  • Prepared required treatment records and reports, while maintaining confidentiality.
  • Prepared and organized required treatment records and reports.
  • Prepare and maintain patient-related paperwork, including federal & state-mandated forms, patient diagnostic/treatment records, reports and progress notes.
  • Prepare, maintain and keep confidential all required treatment records and reports for final reporting to proper referring authority.
  • Prepared and maintained all client's treatment records, including assessments, treatment plans, and progress reports.
  • Prepare and maintain all required treatment records and reports while adhering to strict confidentiality guidelines.
  • Prepared and maintained all required treatment records and reports for a caseload of 20 children.
  • Maintain records; keep attendance and treatment records of patients while in treatment.
  • Prepared and maintained all required treatment records according to strict guidelines.
  • Maintain detailed treatment records for a caseload of 20-30 clients.
  • Prepare and maintain all required treatment records and clinical documents.
  • Prepare and maintain confidential treatment records, reports and forms.
  • Prepare and maintain all required treatment records and reports.
  • Develop and implement treatment plans based on clinical experience and knowledge.Prepare and maintain all required treatment records and reports.
  • Monitored clients' use of medications Prepared and maintained all required treatment records and reports.
  • Documented individual clients progress towards treatment goals and daily activities Prepared and maintained all required treatment records and reports.
  • Obtained the necessary signatures on "Release of Information" forms to obtain medical and treatment records from other service providers.

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30. Private Practice

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  • Provide individual and family therapeutic counseling services in own private practice.
  • Have worked with families, children, groups, couples, individuals in part-time counseling private practice and in clinical settings.
  • Performed mental health assessments, completed intakes, provided individual counseling, developed treatment plans in a private practice setting.
  • Provided individual and couples therapy to outpatient clients in a private practice setting as an independent contractor.
  • Provide mental health counseling in a private practice setting under the supervision of a LCSW professional.
  • Licensed Clinical Counselor, Salvation Army Women's Shelter & private practice Bay Point Christian Church.
  • Provide private practice mental health counseling services to individuals, couples, families and groups.
  • Conduct individual, marital, group, and family therapy in private practice setting.
  • Accepted this position as I was beginning my private practice as a part-time endeavor.
  • Work in both a private practice and a charter high school environments.
  • Work with individuals, couples and families in a private practice setting.
  • Worked as part of a large private practice group.
  • Owned & managed private practice with one partner.
  • Provide individual and family psychotherapy to assigned caseload of child, adolescent and adult clientele in private practice setting.
  • Provide individual, family and group counseling to children, adolescents, adults and families in a private practice setting.
  • Provided individual counseling to ages 8+ in private practice setting Credentialed on most insurance plans and EAP panels
  • Provided assessment, diagnosis, and counseling services for adolescents and adults in a private practice setting
  • Entered private practice delivered assessments/treatment to individuals, children/adolescents, couples, families, and groups.
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL - 07/2010 to 09/2013 Managed personal private practice responsible for office administrative duties and marketing.
  • Diagnose mental health issues Accomplishments Have successfully worked with over 30 clients in private practice.

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  • Provided structured professional psycho-educational supervision in a school setting to an individual with ADHD and ODD diagnoses.
  • Established and maintained relationships with 8 clients with diagnoses of ADHD, ODD, Anxiety Disorder NOS, and Adjustment Disorder.
  • Lead 1:1 interventions with clients diagnosed with ADHD, Mood Disorder, Anger Management, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and ODD.
  • Provided mental health and substance abuse assessment, treatment, and case management services, in addition to ADHD testing.
  • Maintained a caseload of 70 Mental Health Clients ranging from ADHD and Mood Disorders to Personality Disorders and Psychosis.
  • Counseled clients with various mental health concerns, including anxiety, depression, ADHD, and substance abuse
  • Experience working with Juvenile Probation, Autism, ADHD, ADD, and military families.
  • Focus on ADHD, Mood Disorders, Behavior Modification and Cognitive Behavior Therapy.
  • Worked with clients diagnosed with depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder and ADHD
  • Specialized in services for children with ADHD.
  • Treated students who were diagnosed as autistic/ADHD.
  • Offer assessment and counseling for tantrums, behavior management issues, impulsivity, ADHD/ADD, Conduct Disorder, parenting skills training.
  • Assessed and diagnosed children with various mental and behavioral health issues such as ODD, ADHD, and CD.
  • Worked with clients with issues ranging from autism to add/adhd and personality disorders.
  • Counseled clients with symptoms stemming from ADD,ADHD,Bipolar Tendencies.

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32. Conflict Resolution

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  • Engage in home visitation and parenting education providing conflict resolution skills and anger management techniques to help families strengthen their relationships.
  • Utilize cognitive-behavioral therapy, behavior modification, solution focused therapy, conflict resolution therapy, and crisis intervention.
  • Provided conflict resolution techniques and intervention for the management of difficult behaviors.
  • Participated in crisis intervention and facilitated conflict resolution among clients as needed.
  • Provide conflict resolution and expressive therapy to all consumers.
  • Case management, crisis intervention and conflict resolution.
  • Provided crisis intervention and conflict resolution as needed.
  • Facilitate groups weekly teaching conflict resolutions skills, cultural awareness, social skills, goal setting, and life skills
  • Conduct psycho-educational workshops on topics of trauma, transitions, adjustment, conflict resolution, parenting and marriage.
  • Counseled persons on goal clarification, disordered eating patterns, recovery, and conflict resolution.
  • Perform crisis interventions and practice conflict resolution in the event of a disturbance.
  • Assisted clients in crisis management and conflict resolution on a regular basis.
  • Acted as a conflict resolution specialist, specializing in mediation.
  • Teach crisis and conflict resolution skills.
  • Provided counseling services such as conflict resolution, behavioral contracting, social skills assessment, and personal care instruction.
  • Facilitated group therapy sessions with youth pertaining to conflict resolution, sexual promiscuity, and avoiding STDS.
  • Conducted workshops and trainings on life skills, self esteem building, and conflict resolution.
  • Anger Management, Goals setting, Goals review, Conflict Resolutions)
  • United blended families with conflict resolution and communcation skills.
  • Cross-trained Intake Clinician) Facilitated therapeutic group activities ranging from anger and conflict resolution to skill building.

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  • Delivered mental health training to community providers including local schools, detention facility workers, and probation officers.
  • Interacted with parole and probation officers to facilitate coordinated care.
  • Communicate with probation officers regarding offender's behavioral progress.
  • Coordinate services with probation officers and probationers.
  • Coordinate services with Juvenile Probation Officers.
  • Work closely with NYS Parole, State and Federal Probation Officers and NYS Office of Mental Health to coordinate treatment.
  • Meet with families, probation officers, police, and other interested parties to exchange necessary information during the treatment process
  • Stayed in close contact with probation officers, lawyers, doctors etc that were also involved with clients treatment.
  • Serve as a liaison with external contacts such as probation officers, family members, and support staff.
  • Maintained timely case notes, services logs, and monthly progress reports for probation officers as needed.
  • Collaborated with judges, probation officers, attorneys and social workers in preliminary hearing in drug court.
  • Initiated referrals and interfaced with Client Families, Social Services, Law Enforcement/Probation Officers and other Agencies.
  • Collaborate with multiple disciplines (Social workers, therapists, probation officers, teachers etc.).
  • Correspond and coordinate services and progress with youth, parent/ guardians, and probation officers.
  • Follow policies regarding court ordered juveniles; file warrants, contacting probation officers.
  • Submitted weekly reports and data to juvenile court judges and probation officers.
  • Coordinate treatment between psychiatrists, case managers, and probation officers.
  • Inform guardians and Juvenile Probation Officers of mental health status updates.
  • Provided reports to probation officers and the Drug Court program.
  • Serve as a liason between the client, family, authorities, probation officers, and agency.

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34. Relapse Prevention

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  • Relapse Prevention, Self-Sabotaging and Utilization of Natural and Community Supports.
  • Educated individuals on relapse prevention, recovery maintenance and codependency.
  • Facilitated Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention and Seeking Safety groups.
  • Co-facilitated a substance abuse relapse prevention group.
  • Provided counseling for relapse prevention techniques.
  • Perform client assessments, develop treatment plans, evaluations, develop relapse prevention plans, aftercare plans, and discharge summaries.
  • Worked as a Mental Health Counselor and Relapse Prevention Counselor at a Sober/Transitional Residence that was subsidized by Dept.
  • Lead groups focused on relapse prevention, emotion regulation, coping skills, recovery, self-esteem, etc.
  • Facilitate group work (process groups, relapse prevention, self-esteem building, harm minimization, music).
  • Facilitate 2-4 adult groups weekly: Co-Occurring Disorders, Stress Management, Life Skills and Relapse Prevention.
  • Facilitated groups in depression, dual diagnosis, addiction process, recovery process, relapse prevention etc.
  • Facilitated face to face group counseling sessions involving basic life skills as well as relapse prevention.
  • Facilitated two therapy groups of 17 clients a week on Coping Skills and Relapse Prevention.
  • Co-led weekly Relapse Prevention harm-reduction group with adult MICA members.
  • Co-facilitated clinical therapeutic groups focused on symptoms management for mental illness, substance abuse/addiction, and relapse prevention.
  • Developed and presented cirriculum for drug/alcohol relapse prevention education.
  • Facilitate relapse prevention and specialized groups that will assist clients in moving toward the next level of housing.
  • Run therapeutic groups for residents such as Coping Skills, DBT, Psychoeducation, and Relapse Prevention
  • Facilitated Day Treatment groups on: Goal-setting, Boundaries, Relapse Prevention, and Mindfulness Meditation, amongst many others.
  • Maintain daily progress notes Perform group activities including Art Therapy, Relapse Prevention and Anger Mgt.

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  • Trained new employees on orientation job responsibilities and crisis training techniques to include CPR & handle with care procedures.
  • Administered medications aligned with treatment goals (QMAP Certified, CPR, and First Aid).
  • Trained in CPI, CPR, First Aid and various socially adept therapeutic teaching methods
  • Certified, CPR/First Aid, Nonviolent Management of Aggressive Behavior, and Data Management.
  • Trained and certified in NCI (nonviolent crisis intervention) and CPR.
  • Use of crisis interventions as required, first aid and CPR certified.
  • Administer medication (currently MAP, CPR and First Aid certified).
  • Maintain regular training requirements including CPI and CPR training.
  • Certified in CPR and Crisis Management Techniques.
  • Certified in CPR and First Aid.
  • Can initiate CPR measures when indicated.
  • MAP certified, CPR, First Aid Certified.
  • Maintain great client relations -Build brand Loyality -Meeting company goals daily Skills Used CPR and First Aid TOVA Counseling Administrative Transport
  • Worked on lesson plans and assisted other Counselors in daily routine * CPR and First Aid Trained * Mandt Training Completed
  • Received SFVCMHC, Inc. trainings in CPR, first aid, work place safety, interventions, and behavior modifications.
  • Lead staff I have all my DDD trainings including CPR, first aid and medicine administration.
  • Provided therapeutic solutions to preventing crises Special Skills and Competencies Valid First Aid, CPR, and MAP certifications
  • Key Achievements Awarded Falcons Award for Service Basic Life Support & CPR Certified Crisis Prevention Intervention Training Infection Control Committee member
  • Complete intakes Complete daily progress notes Complete service and goal plans cpr/first aid certified Counsel residents
  • Circle of Friends Med Certified CPR TOVA OSHA First Aid Churchland Academy, Virginia

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36. ADL

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  • Completed tasks with attention to detail, meet established deadlines, and function with minimal direct supervision.
  • Provide case management services, ADL training, monitor medication, and supervise household chores and meals.
  • Assist clients in organizing their space, completing their ADL's and any needed problem solving.
  • Work with pt with mental disabilities, help with there ADL's and support.
  • Educated and encouraged importance of personal hygiene, ADL's, and IADL's.
  • Admit and orient new patients to various units and assist with ADL's.
  • Counseled clients with ADL assisted to important appointments assist with all medications.
  • Monitor patients' behavior, medication compliance, and ADL's.
  • Complete client documentation, maintaining high quality & meeting deadlines.
  • Help with Activities of Daily Living (ADL S), such as eating, dressing and bathing.
  • Assisted clients with ADL's as needed.
  • Assist with all ADL's.
  • Utilized an eclectic orientation style of primarily cognitive behavioral, Adlerian, ACT, cognitive-emotional, and solution focused interventions.
  • Assisted patients with Activities of Daily living skills (ADLs), and checked belongings for illegal substances and sharp objects.
  • Provided one-on-one, front-line support and assisted 12 residents, ages 11-17 with activities of daily life (ADLs).
  • Facilitate clinical groups containing topics dependent on clients needs, treatment plans, and ADL management.
  • Assisted with ADLs and performed vital signs as per medical protocol.
  • Assist patients with their ADLs to ensure optimum health and hygiene.
  • Make doctor appointments for consumer Teach ADL's skills to consumer.
  • Assisted elderly pt with adls and life functions ..

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37. Child Abuse

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Here's how Child Abuse is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Address legal issues, such as child abuse and discipline, assisting with hearings and providing testimony to inform custody arrangements.
  • Served on child abuse prevention committees including the Advisory Committee to the Governor on Child Abuse.
  • Offered home based therapy to parents who were reported to DHS/CPS for child abuse/neglect.
  • Reported any suspected cases of child abuse/neglect to the county child protective service agencies.
  • Investigate child abuse or neglect cases and take authorized protective action when necessary.
  • Investigated child abuse, neglect and sexual abuses cases.
  • Reported cases of alleged child abuse and neglect.
  • Concentrated in areas of spouse and child abuse.
  • Follow necessary protocol of child abuse reports.
  • Reported all allegations or signs of suspected child abuse as required by law to the Department of Social Services.
  • Investigated child abuse, neglect and sexual abuse cases: Referred to DCFS Hotline.
  • Prepared Cognitive Behavior Therapeutic treatment Plan- established a contract PTSD: Post Traumatic Stress Disorders for Child Abuse: 44 yrs.
  • Trained department members on "professional mandatory reporter" of suspected child abuse or neglect guidelines.

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38. ISP

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Here's how ISP is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Provide guidelines and procedures to supervisor for retention, protection, retrieval, transfer, and disposal of records and medications.
  • Assisted nursing staff with intake/discharge checking vital signs med dispensing, monitoring and documenting clients physical condition, affect and behavior.
  • Provided support & designated cognitive behavior goals to my clients-most of whom were Hispanic; hence communication utilizing Spanish only.
  • Maintain active profile with drug court vendors; troubleshooting and mediating client, court, and vendor disputes or problems.
  • Constructed Individual Service Plans based on the Assessment needs along with quarterly monitoring and progress documentation of the ISP.
  • Complied with Medicaid guidelines regarding ISP's, Progress notes, Discharge Plans and Summaries as required.
  • Turned in monthly Quarterly reports on each client and maintained ISP (Individual Service Plans) plans.
  • Hear out and mediate client disputes, often of significant stress levels, and generate solutions.
  • Case managed in group home setting, dispensed medication, worked on independent daily living skills.
  • Dispensed medication/controlled substances per Doctors order, maintained logs, disposals, and refusals.
  • Conducted assessments of assigned patients to determine their needs, treatment goals and/or disposition.
  • Displayed sensitivity to the cultural and linguistic needs of the clients and families served.
  • Facilitated Groups and documented progress and participation, which applied the ISP goals.
  • Attend all ISP's and other meetings as deemed necessary.
  • Create and implement assessments, ISP's and preliminaries.
  • Complete ISP's monthly and quarterly reports.
  • Displayed excellent ability to work under minimal supervision and prioritize work.
  • Develop ISP'S * Provide Case mangement service when needed * Provide 24 hours crisis intervention * Complete weekly documentation
  • Developed ISPs, quarterly reports, daily progress notes, and submit billing for services provided.
  • Guided adolescences through their daily living skills Documented behavior patterns, dispersed medication Facilitated group and individual life skill sessions

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39. Emergency Problems

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Here's how Emergency Problems is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Performed as client advocate to coordinate required services or to resolve emergency problems in crisis situations including suicide and cutting behavior.
  • Resolve emergency problems in crisis situations.
  • Served as a client advocate, that coordinated required services, and resolved emergency problems in crisis situations.
  • Act as client advocates to coordinate required services or to resolve emergency problems in crisis situations.
  • Intervene as advocate for clients to resolve emergency problems in crisis situations.

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40. Client Records

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Here's how Client Records is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Maintained and supervised documentation of client records to ensure regulatory, licensing, and accreditation standards were followed.
  • Maintain all client records according to American Psychology Association and American Counseling Association Ethical and Confidentiality Regulations
  • Maintained client records and documented services rendered.
  • Perform skills in maintaining client records, and in observing, recording, and reporting on individuals' behavioral functioning.
  • Maintain client records as mandated by the state and also maintained records in accordance with the health department.
  • Managed a caseload of 10-15 clients, facilitated individual and group therapy sessions and maintained client records.
  • Maintained accurate client records, files, and documentation for release of information to other treatment professionals.
  • Maintain Client Records, ASAM, Family Status, Release of Information and various other forms.
  • Maintained client records, responses to treatment and presented and discussed clients' case in Supervision.
  • Maintained client records, office files and other pertinent documentation and reviewed said items for accuracy.
  • Maintain client records, documentation, and daily progress notes in accordance with insurance requirements.
  • Maintain client records, observe, record, and report on behavioral functioning.
  • Ensured all client records are maintained in accordance with PBA standards.
  • Maintain client records, progress notes, and crisis intervention.
  • Manage client records and collected documents and health records.
  • Managed client records, advocated for clients in community.
  • Maintained accurate charting and statistical client records for effective tailored multidisciplinary approach, further completion of all state safety training.
  • Possess superior organizational skills in regards to keeping client records and pertinent clinical documentation.
  • g) Maintain up-to-date client records, and prepare the necessary reports in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Managed client records and complete progress notes, psychosocial evaluations, treatment goals and other required.

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41. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Write mental health goals for patients Observe/monitor patients at night Recreational activities Patient group therapy
  • Developed recreational activities to help build social skills for individuals.
  • Participated and assisted with educational, social and recreational activities.
  • Developed, implemented, and led resident recreational activities.
  • Provide transportation to recreational activities to promote community re-entry.
  • Lead patients in monitored therapeutic and recreational activities.
  • Participate in recreational activities with the residents.
  • Planned and coordinated recreational activities.
  • Build rapport with clients by spending time with them in the community and participating in recreational activities.
  • Observe patients behaviors, record their conditions, and lead them in therapeutic and recreational activities.
  • Participate in recreational activities with patients, including card games, sports, or television viewing.
  • Organize, supervise, and/or encourage patient participation in social, educational, or recreational activities.
  • Assist in planning and organizing recreational activities for clients to promote physical and mental health.
  • Maintained client and Austin House calendar for chores, appointments, recreational activities.
  • Organized and engaged in recreational activities such as games, and puzzles.
  • Organized after-school recreational activities, including meals, for outpatient students.
  • Planned and conducted recreational activities to promote mental health.
  • Managed client appointments, transportation, and recreational activities.
  • Maintained and updated daily log Administered medication Monitored weekly recreational activities along with monthly budgets.
  • Supervised administration of Medication Facilitated group sessions Assisted consumers in activities of daily living Implemented and developed recreational activities/ Driver

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42. Emotional Support

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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Ensured clients' successful adjustment to community and avoidance of psychiatric hospitalization; provided emotional support leading to independence.
  • Provided emotional support using therapeutic communication techniques; organized milieu group activities; assessed at-risk potential.
  • Provide emotional support and crisis prevention to adult, inpatient-psychiatry patients.
  • Provide good educational and emotional support.
  • Provide emotional support through verbalization and distraction techniques for transport, admission, and treatment in emergency room for patient.
  • Provide behavioral and emotional support that cannot be handled within the scope of a self-contained or resource classroom.
  • Offered emotional support through check-ins with patients and wrap up groups where patients revisited their goals for that day.
  • Provided 24-hour emotional support to two teenage boys battling depression, an eating disorder and suicidal thinking.
  • Provided personal assistance, emotional support, and other personal care to client and family members.
  • Provided personal assistance, medical attention, emotional support, or other personal care to residents.
  • Provide emotional support to patients by listening, encouraging, and conveying information.
  • Provided emotional support and structure to Respite and Detox patients in transition.
  • Provided emotional support for families and patients when they most need it
  • Provide crisis response and emotional support to persons referred for services.
  • Assess and provide emotional support for local residents affected by disasters.
  • Offered counseling and emotional support to individuals and their families.
  • Provide emotional support to patients with various mental illnesses.
  • Performed crisis intervention counselling and emotional support to high-risk patients.
  • conducted home visits, provided emotional support and counseling to HIV/AIDS clients, did progress notes in a timely manner.
  • Monitored patient vital signs, medical and psychiatric functioning Provided emotional support and crisis intervention Conducted evening psychosocial and recreational groups

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43. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Maintained a safe environment by preventing and dealing with aggressive behavior using positive therapeutic interventions.
  • Monitored patients in a positive and safe environment while optimizing excellent patient care.
  • Provide a safe environment for all residents by monitoring activity.
  • Maintain a physically safe environment.
  • Provide continuous supervision while role modeling, teaching social skills, facilitating group discussions, and maintaining a safe environment.
  • Provided a safe environment by knowing the whereabouts of each patient by providing 5 minute rounds on each patient.
  • Determined if safe environment was needed for minors and abused family members and then placed in proper facilities.
  • Develop a safe environment for the clients maintain awareness of their daily living skills.
  • Provide a therapeutic, nurturing, and safe environment for at risk youth.
  • Build relationships with staff and residents while providing a healthy and safe environment.
  • Developed a safe environment for the clients while their stay at respite.
  • Assist nursing staff with providing safe environment and security for the unit.
  • Foster a safe environment by assessing all clients during safety rounds.
  • Help nursing staff provide a safe environment for psychiatric patients.
  • Maintain a safe environment and assist with clients daily activities.
  • Help enforce safety rules to provide a safe environment.
  • Monitor and maintain a safe environment.
  • Maintained safe environments, cleaned units.
  • Provide a safe environment using verbal de-escalation techniques and physical restraints.
  • Listen to residents - Talk to residents - Provide therapeutic groups - Observation and charting - Provide safe environment

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44. Medication Administration

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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Implement behavioral and psychiatric rehabilitation treatment plans, prepare and complete documentation for incident reports shift logs and routine medication administrations.
  • Assist with medication administration, Medicaid Waiver documentation, service and behavior plan implementation, household maintenance and cleaning.
  • Educate and assist client with independent living skills, medication administration, interpersonal relationships and social activities.
  • Worked as Medication Officer, counting medications weekly assuring accuracy in medication administration.
  • Administer individualized counseling, role modeling, and medication administration.
  • Provide individual counseling, medication administration and crisis intervention.
  • Document daily progress notes and supervised medication administration
  • Develop and maintain Medication Administration Record.
  • Monitor and document medication administration.
  • Tended to patient needs, including medication administration, scheduling and performance of daily activities.
  • Served as head of medication administration and first aid.
  • Certified Medication Administration, First Aid.
  • Perform medication administration and supervision to all program participants Developing an implementing service plans, maintaining weekly progress notes.
  • Completed Psychiatric Rehabilitation, First aid/CPR, and Medication Administration trainings.
  • Maintained Medication Administration Program certification through the Massachusetts Dept.
  • Provided skills trainings, medication administration, crisis prevention, treatment planning, and transportation as needed.
  • service notes, and Medication Administration policies and procedures for Pathways.
  • Provide counselling, medication administration and general emotional and behavioural support.
  • Attend monthly meetings with upper management to discuss client's issues First aid/CPR certified and AED certified Medication Administration Certified
  • Engage in "milieu therapy" with clients -Facilitate activity-groups -Assist with medication administration

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45. Residential Setting

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Here's how Residential Setting is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Provided physical coverage, guidance, and direction to emotionally and behaviorally challenged children and adolescents in a residential setting.
  • Facilitated house meetings and conducted medication monitoring -Observed consumers in their residential setting and develop written/verbal reports to supervisors and staff
  • Provide mental health services in a residential setting for traumatized adolescents struggling with aggressive and self-destructive behaviors and emotional difficulties
  • Provided individual substance abuse and mental health psychotherapy to court mandated females in a residential setting.
  • Provide observation and therapeutic interventions to maintain structure of residential setting.
  • Worked as a counselor in a group residential setting assisting adults with chronic mental illness and those dealing with substance abuse.
  • Provided individual and group counseling, education and milieu management for youth sex offenders in a residential setting.
  • Worked with individual and groups in a residential setting to promote optimum mental health, emphasizing prevention.
  • Worked with adults with serious and persistent mental illness and chemical dependency in a residential setting.
  • Assisted youth age 12-18 with in a residential setting to use coping skills effectively.
  • Managed the environment within a residential setting for patients ranging in age from 10-21.
  • Supervised clients during appointments, outings, and in a residential setting.
  • Provide life skills to mentally ill adolescents in a residential setting.
  • Provided direct care for patients - In a residential setting.
  • Counseled adults with severe mental illness in a residential setting.
  • Serve dual-diagnosis youth and families in a residential setting.
  • Provide counseling and daily care to adolescents recovering from various eating disorders and cooccurring disorders in a residential setting.
  • Conducted initial assessments and provided family therapy for multi-stressed families of adolescents in residential settings.
  • Provided individual and group mental health and substance abuse therapy to adults, including senior citizens, in a residential setting.
  • Facilitated group meetings and activities Supervised adolescents in residential setting Maintained required DCFS and other State Agency documentation Conducted individual counseling sessions

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46. Weekly Basis

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Here's how Weekly Basis is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Provide group counseling for adults on a weekly basis ages 18 and up who are struggling with substance abuse/mental health problems.
  • Communicate appropriately and clearly to consumers, families, medical personnel, staff and team members on a regular weekly basis.
  • Facilitate a recovery group on a weekly basis, providing support for clients with significant substance and alcohol abuse history.
  • Provide individual, marriage and family counseling, on a weekly basis to a variety of age groups.
  • Advocated for clients and engaged clients in activities that promote physical and mental health on a weekly basis.
  • Managed a caseload, conducted intakes and assessments, kept records and submitted notes on a weekly basis.
  • Participated in clinical team meetings on a weekly basis and performance team meetings on a monthly basis.
  • Led group meeting and provided information on clients to Case Managers and Therapists on a weekly basis.
  • Attend monthly staff meetings and join weekly phone meetings on a weekly basis to discuss general concerns
  • Lead a partner abuse intervention group with court-mandated perpetrators of domestic violence on weekly basis.
  • Provided ongoing psychotherapy treatment on a weekly basis for a caseload of 30 patients.
  • Reviewed and reported goal progress with the family and referring worker on weekly basis.
  • Provide therapy (individual and group) to clients on a weekly basis.
  • Assist with the admitting and discharge process for patients on a weekly basis.
  • Write progress notes on service plan on a weekly basis.
  • Develop and organize group therapy activities on a weekly basis.
  • Handle approximately thirty clients on a weekly or semi-weekly basis.
  • Complete vitals and weigh patients on a weekly basis.
  • Attended treatment team meetings on a weekly basis.
  • Document progress notes on a weekly basis.

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47. Developmental Disabilities

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Here's how Developmental Disabilities is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Assisted clients with developmental disabilities in the comprehension of treatment related curriculum and its application to real word interactions.
  • Provided counseling and other assistance services to clients with both psychiatric and developmental disabilities within a day-program treatment setting.
  • Maintained detailed clinical records in compliance with Medicaid and Division of Developmental Disabilities regulations and agency policies.
  • Provided case management for adults and teenagers diagnosed with chronic mental illnesses and/or developmental disabilities.
  • Educated and counseled in the areas of behavioral health, rehabilitation and developmental disabilities.
  • Provided intensive-inpatient direct care for children and adolescents with psychiatric and developmental disabilities.
  • Developed behavior monitoring/support plans for individuals with developmental disabilities and severe mental illnesses.
  • Implemented relaxing techniques for clients with developmental disabilities leading to better behavioral patterns.
  • Supervised, counseled and provided support to individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Provided mental health services to clients with intellectual/ developmental disabilities.
  • Maintain standards required by NJ Department of Developmental Disabilities.
  • Provide individual counseling with children and families with developmental disabilities, including ADHD, ODD, and other developmental delays.
  • Provide direct services within a day treatment setting to clients diagnosed with both psychiatric and developmental disabilities.
  • Maintained a safe, nurturing and therapeutic milieu for clients with developmental disabilities.
  • Respect and recognize the potential for growth of individuals that have developmental disabilities.
  • Work with adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in a residential group home.
  • Will work directly with children & adolescents with mental health & developmental disabilities.
  • lead group therapy and one-on-one intervention for children suffering from Pervasive Developmental Disabilities and behavioral disruptions.
  • Provide individual counseling for offenders with mental health and developmental disabilities 8.
  • Provided on-going supervision and treatment of adult clients with developmental disabilities or severe mental health issues in a day treatment setting.

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48. Client Information

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Here's how Client Information is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Communicated all relevant client information obtained by daily Supervision to appropriate treatment team members on a timely basis.
  • Coordinated with case managers and supervisors regarding confidential client information.
  • Created and maintained computer database on client information.
  • Evaluate clients' physical or mental condition based on review of client information and through interviews, observations and screening tools.
  • Managed sensitive and complex client information and privacy as they related to FERPA and HIPPA codes.
  • Created data base for client information and outcomes to analyze effectiveness of programs.
  • Evaluate clients' physical or mental condition based on review of client information.
  • Enter client information into CMIS data base and make calls to different agencies.
  • Document all required treatment records and reports Strictly maintain confidentiality of all client information
  • Conducted orientations and education assessments Input client information into various data bases
  • Evaluate clients' physical or mental condition based on review of client information Familiar with evidence based coaching techniques.
  • Recorded client information on special flow sheets, accurately indicating suicidal precautions, sleep flow and restraints.
  • Managed client information through AWARDS database, including progress notes, vocational plans, and identifying information.
  • Interview clients, provide client information and education on servi

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49. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Attended school conferences, IEP Child Study Meetings, and alternative placement hearings with client and family members.
  • Attended Individualized Education Plan Meetings (IEP's), and Family Team Meetings (FTM's).
  • Attend IEP meetings and/or school meetings if applicable, to help ensure communication between the multidisciplinary team.
  • Attended IEP meetings, worked closely with psychiatrist, academic staff, and DCFS personnel.
  • Discussed treatment and progress at therapy sessions, case consultations, IEP's and staff meetings
  • Assist with Individual Education Plans (IEP) or 504 plan meetings for students.
  • Led the after-school enrichment art group and group for students with an IEP.
  • Acted as liaison between the school and child in IEP and 504 meetings/updates.
  • Attended individual education plans (IEP) for students and their families.
  • Attended school IEP meetings & Family Court with clients & families.
  • Consulted on cases involving students on an IEP.
  • Participate in IEP preparation and progress meetings.
  • Assisted in the achievement of IEP goals.
  • Supported students in IEP meetings.
  • Serve as liaison to other agencies; participate in case conferences, IEPs, and other meetings.
  • Assisted teachers with client's education level by creating IEPs and preparation for GED testing.
  • Attended staff meetings, trainings, IEP meetings and professional workshops and conferences.
  • Facilitate mental health coordination for IEPs, behavioral plans, and discipline.
  • Formed lessons according to IEPs, learning style and cultural needs.
  • Attended school IEPs, hospital staffings, court hearings, etc.

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50. Social Activities

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Here's how Social Activities is used in Mental Health Counselor jobs:
  • Linked to appropriate community-based resources such as Alcoholics Anonymous and pro-social activities.
  • Planned, organized and led structured programs of counseling, work, study, recreation and social activities for clients.
  • Plan, organize and lead structured counseling sessions, recreation, and social activities for clients.
  • Organized and lead structured counseling programs in work, study, recreation and social activities.
  • Escorted them to recreational or social activities or back to their rooms for rest.
  • Planned social activities including annual trip to Disney World for 144 clients and staff.
  • Attend staff meetings and social activities tailored to the needs of the program.
  • Helped replace challenges with pro-social activities and support.
  • Assist in youth and families accessing alternative prosocial activities.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Mental Health Counselor

Mental Health Services

22.8%

Treatment Plans

18.3%

Crisis Intervention

16.4%

Group Therapy Sessions

8.3%

Substance Abuse

5.9%

Intake Assessments

4.6%

Independent Living

3.9%

Anger Management

2.6%

Community Resources

2.5%

Patient Care

2.1%

Counsel

1.8%

Anxiety Disorders

1.8%

Staff Members

1.6%

Service Plans

1.4%

Domestic Violence

1.0%

Medication Management

1.0%

Crisis Management

1.0%

Stress Management

1.0%

Social Workers

0.9%

Ptsd

0.9%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Mental Health Counselor

Rank Skill
1 Mental Health Services 19.3%
2 Treatment Plans 15.5%
3 Crisis Intervention 13.9%
4 Group Therapy Sessions 7.0%
5 Substance Abuse 5.0%
6 Intake Assessments 3.9%
7 Independent Living 3.3%
8 Anger Management 2.2%
9 Community Resources 2.1%
10 Patient Care 1.8%
11 Counsel 1.6%
12 Anxiety Disorders 1.5%
13 Staff Members 1.3%
14 Service Plans 1.2%
15 Domestic Violence 0.9%
16 Medication Management 0.9%
17 Crisis Management 0.9%
18 Stress Management 0.8%
19 Social Workers 0.8%
20 Ptsd 0.8%
21 Behavioral Issues 0.8%
22 DBT 0.7%
23 Vital Signs 0.7%
24 Schizophrenia 0.7%
25 Support Services 0.7%
26 Dual Diagnosis 0.7%
27 Mental Status 0.6%
28 Clinical Supervision 0.6%
29 Treatment Records 0.6%
30 Private Practice 0.6%
31 Adhd 0.6%
32 Conflict Resolution 0.6%
33 Probation Officers 0.5%
34 Relapse Prevention 0.5%
35 CPR 0.5%
36 ADL 0.5%
37 Child Abuse 0.5%
38 ISP 0.4%
39 Emergency Problems 0.4%
40 Client Records 0.4%
41 Recreational Activities 0.4%
42 Emotional Support 0.4%
43 Safe Environment 0.4%
44 Medication Administration 0.4%
45 Residential Setting 0.4%
46 Weekly Basis 0.3%
47 Developmental Disabilities 0.3%
48 Client Information 0.3%
49 IEP 0.3%
50 Social Activities 0.3%
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