Top Mental Health Professional Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Mental Health Professional. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Mental Health Professional resumes they appeared on. For example, 23.2% of Mental Health Professional resumes contained Mental Health Services as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Mental Health Professional actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Mental Health Professional resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Mental Health Services

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Here's how Mental Health Services is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Meet with clinical mental health services staff for the purpose of reviewing client progress and to assure quality treatment planning.
  • Provided outpatient counseling/mental health services to children, adolescents, families, adults, and elderly experiencing various life crises.
  • Provided community mental health services to adults through Community Support, Community Support Team, and Case Management services.
  • Provided mental health services in a primary health care setting for Veterans, children, adolescents, and families.
  • Offer and provide case management and mental health services to a case load of 65-70 high-risk women during pregnancy.
  • Coordinate with county mental health services for continuity of care and discharge planning via sharing of pertinent patient information.
  • Support and supplement the activities of county mental health services in the stabilization of at-risk detainees.
  • Provided mental health services and addiction therapy in adult correctional facilities operated by the DOC.
  • Provide mental health services to individuals incarcerated at David L. Moss, Tulsa County Jail.
  • Responded to local and national disasters, provide and coordinated mental health services to victims.
  • Worked with offenders who need mental health services at Southern Illinois area correctional facilities.
  • Perform all responsibilities consistent with Interface's Mental Health Services policies and procedures.
  • Provided mental health services for two clinics in a seven county catchment area.
  • Assist with coordinating community mental health services for inmates pending release from facility.
  • Provided mental health services to individuals, couples, families, and children.
  • Provided direct mental health services, including individual, group and family therapy.
  • Instructed staff to ensure compliance and provision of quality mental health services.
  • Provided in-home mental health services to children, teenagers, and adults.
  • Linked, arranged and referred community and/or mental health services for consumers.
  • Provide mental health services to clients to include individual and group therapy.

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2. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Collaborate with treatment team with clinical social workers, psychiatrists, psychologists, and rehabilitation counselors to develop individualized treatment plans.
  • Utilize knowledge of mental health diagnoses to develop & implement individualized treatment plans *Provide referrals and coordinated services for community agencies.
  • Serve as the primary worker for clients to provide comprehensive case coordination including developing and implementing individual person centered treatment plans.
  • Fort Worth, Texas Responsibilities included providing all insurance correspondence, therapist directed treatment plans, and office responsibilities.
  • Determine appropriate intervention and develop treatment plans to include making referrals to appropriate agencies for treatment.
  • Develop individualized treatment plans with specific behavioral intervention through collaboration with individuals involved in treatment.
  • Coordinated with Medical department and Correctional Officers on development and execution of treatment plans.
  • Developed and monitored person centered treatment plans for adolescents with severe mental health diagnoses.
  • Provided mental health expertise in developing treatment plans to meet South Carolina Medicaid requirements.
  • Developed Comprehensive Individualized Treatment Plans that utilize consumer strengths in addressing consumer needs/challenges.
  • Developed and implemented treatment plans by efficacy of advising, directing and counseling.
  • Established service/treatment plans and motivational interviewing skills for clients and their families.
  • Developed and implemented individualized treatment plans based on client's clinical needs.
  • Collaborated with psychologists and supporting specialists for the development of treatment plans.
  • Developed, implemented, and monitored the oversight of children/adolescents treatment plans.
  • Provided supervision and treatment of clients according to individualized treatment plans.
  • Developed and implemented individualized treatment plans with client-centered goals and objectives.
  • Developed individualized treatment plans and completed an update every 90 days.
  • Develop and implement treatment plans, implementing Cognitive Behavior Therapy interventions.
  • Complete mental health assessments, individualized treatment plans and clinical documentation.

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3. Crisis Intervention

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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Collaborated and provided support to law enforcement agencies in meeting the needs of incarcerated individuals in need of crisis intervention.
  • Provide Group and Individual Therapy and Crisis Intervention Services to incarcerated males in medium and minimum security institutions.
  • Collaborated with multidisciplinary team to provide individual and group interventions, inclusive of DBT skills and crisis interventions.
  • Provided crisis intervention services, mental health assessments, and treatment recommendations for individuals filed for civil commitment.
  • Provide crisis intervention throughout facility, and also provide appropriate follow-up care to diminish risk of suicidal behavior.
  • Provide crisis intervention services to inmates as referred by institutional and medical staff or to self-referred inmates.
  • Provide psychological evaluation/problem identification, crisis intervention and individual, group and/or therapy to clients.
  • Provided Crisis Intervention Monday-Friday 0800-1630 for inmate declared psychological emergencies or staff requested urgent assessments.
  • Conducted individual therapy and crisis intervention to clients experiencing life crisis and mental health disorders.
  • Facilitated court ordered services including; crisis intervention, social skills and behavior modification.
  • Respond appropriately to mental health emergency situations and utilize crisis intervention techniques and procedures.
  • Provided crisis intervention, individual, and group counseling by utilizing appropriate interviewing skills.
  • Involved in group management, crisis intervention, identifying placement and treatment concerns and suggestions
  • Provide crisis intervention, follow-up counseling and necessary documentation to any beneficiary as needed.
  • Performed crisis intervention services including assessment, intervention, and coordination of hospitalizations.
  • Developed implemented and coordinated crisis intervention strategies in collaboration with mental health professionals.
  • Provided crisis intervention and emergency services; monitor clients within a 24/7 residential facility
  • Administer crisis intervention methods to the clients with emotional and behavioral disorders.
  • Deescalated emotional and behavioral disorders using Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI).
  • Provide crisis intervention and counseling to individuals in crisis and high-risk individuals.

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4. Group Therapy Sessions

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Here's how Group Therapy Sessions is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Conducted group therapy sessions on different mental illness topics: depression, personal lost, anxiety, abuse, etc.
  • Facilitated individual, and group therapy sessions based on client's needs in Day Treatment setting.
  • Educate and link individuals to the 12-step process and lead group therapy sessions.
  • Organized, planned, monitored, and guided daily group therapy sessions.
  • Facilitate group therapy sessions to adult clients suffering from psychotic, mood and personality disorders in the Partial Hospitalization/ Crisis Center.
  • Completed evaluations and assessments wrote and implemented treatment plans conducted all individualized and group therapy sessions for the unit.

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5. Community Resources

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Here's how Community Resources is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Provide clinical and administrative consultation with mental health professionals and paraprofessionals treating individuals with multifaceted disorders by utilizing necessary community resources.
  • Travel and visit home environments while establishing client-centered goals, and providing psycho-education regarding parenting and community resources.
  • Provided case management to arrange, link or integrate multiple services utilizing numerous community resources and partners.
  • Collaborated with individuals and their families to help utilize all community resources that promoted independence and empowerment.
  • Assist consumers in accessing/utilizing community resources to resolve crisis and return to normal or improved functioning.
  • Maintain directory of community resources and relationships with associated contacts to facilitate access to services.
  • Created treatment plans with measurable objectives, and coordinated patient advocacy through community resources.
  • Provide community resources in helping clients obtain information towards personal and educational development.
  • Created case specific intervention plans and assisted family with accessing community resources.
  • Develop hospital crisis diversion safety plans and refer to appropriate community resources.
  • Participate in collaborative meetings with Rehabilitation Services staff and community resources.
  • Assist consumer with reaching therapeutic goals by using appropriate community resources.
  • Provided clinical based community resources to homeless and low income families.
  • Refer patients and/or family members to community resources as necessary.
  • Provide and assist families in securing additional community resources.
  • Provided continuing education and updated community resources to staff.
  • Referred clients to community resources to ensure service efficacy.
  • Referred individuals to community resources and other organizations.
  • Assist individuals with locating and obtaining community resources.
  • Connect families with available community resources.

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6. Intake Assessments

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Here's how Intake Assessments is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Conduct intake assessments for individuals on probation and parole and coordinate psychiatric, financial review and case management appointments.
  • Completed intake assessments and coordinated with family to create individualized treatment plans.
  • Assist clinical director in completing intake assessments.
  • Provide intake assessments to adults and children seeking therapeutic services for mental health and addiction services.
  • Performed case management duties, intake assessments, child trauma testing and other documentation services.
  • Developed crisis prevention and intervention plans, intake assessments and treatment planning.
  • Conducted intake assessments including diagnoses and the development of treatment plans.
  • Conducted intake assessments of pregnant and parenting mothers.
  • Complete intake assessments while utilizing EMR system.
  • Complete intake assessments for clients seeking services.
  • Complete Intake assessments, NCTOPPS and STR's.
  • Established continuity inutilization reviews and Intake Assessments increasing revenue twofold.
  • Administered biopsychosocial intake assessments on potential clients Collaborated with case workers and third parties involved with cases.
  • Conducted in home psychoeducation and community psychiatric support services Made community referrals and schedule intake assessments
  • Created and updated PCP's, ITRs, Intake Assessments/Screenings, utilized electronic documentation systems (Sharenote).

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7. Substance Abuse

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Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Conducted individual/group counseling sessions regarding psychological and emotional issues, such as substance abuse, stress and family situations.
  • Provided community based services to individuals diagnosed with mental health, substance abuse illness, and/or developmental disabilities.
  • Provided behavioral interventions such as modeling, behavior modification, behavior rehearsal and substance abuse treatment interventions.
  • Coordinated and provided community-based substance abuse prevention counseling to teenagers, by utilizing the Seven Challenges Intervention.
  • Assist individuals with mental health and/or substance abuse diagnosis obtain and maintain competitive community based employment.
  • Implemented individual/group counseling to children and adolescents who suffered with mental health and substance abuse disorders.
  • Developed initial presentation slides for substance abuse and suicide prevention for the collaborative training.
  • Provision of services included individual with mental health and substance abuse/dependence issues.
  • Provided constant education to families with seminars, provided substance abuse counseling.
  • Facilitated group and individual therapy for Substance Abuse Services.
  • Administered medication to adult substance abusers.
  • Oversee effective implementation of Community Support Services to children, adolescents, and adults with Mental Illness and Substance Abuse Problems.
  • Maintained a caseload of adults, children and adolescents, and families; conducted comprehensive substance abuse evaluations and Diagnostic Assessments.
  • Provide face-to-face services with children and family with behavioral health challenges dealing with substance abuse, behavior problems or trauma.
  • Provide assertive treatment to individuals with mental illness as well as co occurring substance abuse disorders in the community setting.
  • Lead over two inpatient therapists, two inpatient substance abuse therapists, four outpatient substance abuse therapists and several interns.
  • Conducted mental health and substance abuse screening as well as Adult Needs and Strengths Assessments Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor Intern
  • Provide counseling for the youth and adult population diagnosed with developmental disabilities, mental health, or substance abuse.
  • Conducted community outreach, to people with psychiatric challenges who were homeless, experiencing substance abuse and HIV positive.
  • Counseled groups and individuals on issues such as social skills, substance abuse, bullying prevention and conflict resolution.

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8. Independent Living

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Here's how Independent Living is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Assisted families with working towards residing in independent or semi-independent living arrangement while being engaged in the recovery process.
  • Supervised consumers in the community setting to determine progress of learned independent living skills.
  • Organized activities to aid recipients in making the transition into community independent living.
  • Foster independent living skills in individuals who have a mental health diagnosis and reside in a structured residential program.
  • Provided on- and off- site skills training aimed at facilitating independent living for persons diagnosed with severe mental illness.
  • Conduct groups and implement independent living skills to residential in the residential facility and monitor their daily progress.
  • Assisted clients in their effort to improve their independent living skills Qualified Mental Health Professional, INTENSIVE IN HOME
  • Educated patients on skills training, such as medication compliance, money management, and independent living.
  • Provide behavior interventions services and teach independent living skills to children and adolescents with mental illness.
  • Worked with clients and treatment teams to strengthen independent living skills and recovery.
  • Worked with clients to foster the development of new improved independent living skills.
  • Coordinate services for IDD residents in the Group Home setting and independent living.
  • Organize community, independent living, and artistic expression groups for clients.
  • Provided supported housing for clients in need of assistance with independent living.
  • Assisted in building job; social; and independent living skills.
  • Assisted program participants in daily and independent living skills.
  • Insure safety and assist in improving independent living skills.
  • Provided independent living coaching and training to adults.
  • Assist in the development of independent living skills.
  • Provided basic independent living skills instruction in cooking, cleaning, health and hygiene, clerical, and job skills.

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9. Medication Management

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Here's how Medication Management is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Scheduled medication management appointments, out patient therapy, and Child-Family-Team meetings to prevent at risk behavior/delinquency.
  • Provided daily medication management reviewing clients Medication Administration Record (MAR).
  • Assist clients with medication management and coordinated medical and mental health appointments.
  • Schedule therapy, medication management, and psychiatric appointments.
  • Provided medication management, skills training and individualized counseling.
  • Collaborate with staff psychiatrist and medication management services.
  • Complete referral process and coordination of services on behalf of consumers for Medication Management, Outpatient therapy, and B-3 Services.
  • Provide individualized support in the functional skills of daily life, including the use of community resources, medication management.
  • Assisted each client with making and maintaining doctor appointments, and medication management, if applicable.
  • Ensured that client daily living goals, skill development plans and medication management were Implemented daily.
  • Worked with other team members in establishing counseling services, medication management, evaluations, and on-going treatment.
  • Educated recipients on coping with the symptoms of their illnesses Assisted with Medication Management.
  • Assist Recipients with medication management, psychosocial, coping skills, and aftercare.

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10. Behavioral Issues

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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Provided therapeutic day treatment services for children in an elementary school environment, who exhibited mental, emotional and behavioral issues.
  • Provide case management to students with behavioral issues and mental illness in a Therapeutic Day Treatment environment.
  • Direct care of teens who have mental health and/or behavioral issues as well as Awake night counselor,
  • Documented all behavioral issues, state of being and program compliance on individual patient charts.
  • Worked with adolescent clients with severe emotional and behavioral issues to promote optimum mental health.
  • Provide Individual and Career Counseling to youth with behavioral issues Administer assessment tools to determine mental stability for incarceration.
  • Maintain case documentation and data management Assess behavioral issues within youth and family homes and school settings.
  • Quicklyresponded to crisis situations when severe mental health and behavioral issuesarose.

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11. Clinical Supervision

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Here's how Clinical Supervision is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Receive monthly clinical supervision as identified in North Carolina Registered Mental health Intern guidelines.
  • Participated as part of a multidisciplinary treatment team and received informal clinical supervision.
  • Served as lead clinician providing clinical supervision and support to behavioral health workers.
  • Provided clinical supervision of mental health services provided by Mental Health Professionals.
  • Participate in weekly individual and group clinical supervision as needed.
  • Participated in clinical supervision, team meetings and case consultations.
  • Participate in weekly clinical supervision sessions and group sessions.
  • Provide clinical supervision to case manager and peer caseworker.
  • Participate in clinical supervision sessions regarding client's progress.
  • Attend weekly clinical supervision with supervisor and licensed practitioner.
  • Attend regularly scheduled clinical supervision from an LMHP/staff meeting/training.
  • Provide clinical supervision to non-licensed master's level clinicians.
  • Provide clinical supervision to Associate Professionals and Paraprofessionals.
  • Attended monthly clinical supervisions per DHS requirements.
  • Provided ongoing clinical supervision, support.
  • Provided individual and group Clinical Supervision.
  • Participate in individual and group clinical supervision, case conferences, staff meetings, Child and Family Team meetings.
  • Participated in clinical supervision with an assigned and licensed LPHA- (Licensed Professional of the Healing Arts).
  • Worked closely as a team through a partnership with a co-therapist and regular clinical supervision.
  • Arrange and attend clinical supervision per supervision plan.

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12. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Supervised staff members, promoting development and positive work environment.
  • Supervised four staff members in the coordination of a vast array of adult mental health services.
  • Assisted with the management of the Intensive In-Home and Community Support staff members.
  • Provided leadership, clinical supervision, and evaluation for assigned staff members.
  • Worked with staff members to perform assessments and develop treatment plans.
  • Obtained information through observation and interaction, and other staff members.
  • Worked with staff members to maintain a safe and calm environment.
  • Manage a team of at least eight staff members.
  • Provided orientation training to new staff members.
  • Train and orientate new staff members.
  • Collaborate with other staff members to perform clinical assessments and develop treatment plans.Social Service CoordinatorCINC II Federal Halfway House
  • Identify the clients needs and cooperates with other staff members in assessing and assisting clients solve mental and physical health problems.

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13. Social Workers

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Here's how Social Workers is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Accompanied and transported clients to appointments to meet with, doctor, social workers, case managers, and teachers.
  • Collaborate and coordinate with other service providers/professionals, such as attorneys, social workers, parole officers, etc.
  • Worked under the supervision of psychiatrists, counselors and social workers to provide effective courses of treatment.
  • Provide consultation and supervision for 9 social workers managing the treatment of clients suffering from severe psychopathology.
  • Assist in discharge planning with social workers at the Public Defender Agency and outside agencies.
  • Coordinate treatment with other professionals, such as psychiatrists and social workers.
  • Work with psychiatrists, psychologists and licensed social workers concerning inmates.
  • Supervised counselors and social workers that worked with clients.
  • Collaborated with multi-agencies, physicians, psychologists, teachers, and school social workers to address the needs of the client.
  • Work with a multi-professional staff including psychologists, social workers and counselors.

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14. Skill Building

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Here's how Skill Building is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Provided comprehensive, recovery oriented mental health skill building and support to patients with psychiatric disorder, including co-occurring diagnosis
  • Review clinical documentation of Associate and Paraprofessional staff for quality assurance and effective skill building techniques.
  • Supervised Associate Professionals to assure accuracy and provide training on enhanced skill building.
  • Provided direct care-interventions/skill building activities for clients and families.
  • Participated and provided intervention strategies and skill building activities.
  • Facilitated skill building and symptom management.
  • Provided one-to-one and group skill building to increase compliance with rules at home, school, and in the community.
  • Implemented skill building interventions to assist in modifying behavioral and mental health symptoms in the home and community setting.
  • Improved the outcome of behaviors and responses of children through direct one on one skill building.
  • Assist mental health clients with mental health skill building and getting out into the community.
  • Provided mental health skill building services for adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses.
  • Led Daily Skill Building Groups, completed Clinical Documentation, and Incident Reporting.
  • Coordinated individual and group therapeutic, skill building, and athletic group sessions.
  • Implement skill building activities based on the consumer's diagnosis and goals.
  • Help clients achieve their main goals through mental health skill building treatment.
  • Created and initiated skill building activities for service recipients and their caregivers.
  • Provided mental health skill building services to adults with mental illnesses.
  • Provided care coordination, skill building activities, and therapeutic interventions.
  • Performed case management, supportive counseling and skill building functions.
  • Provided clients with skill building activities and supportive counseling.

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15. Anger Management

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Here's how Anger Management is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Implement individualized service plans with client and parent/guardian while providing Anger Management/Conflict Resolution.
  • Mentored adolescents in the community with positive social relationship and anger management.
  • Provided counseling services: anger management skills, medication management.
  • Implement interventions to assist clients in the areas of anger management, communication skills, decision-making and relationship building.
  • Examined issues including substance abuse, bullying, anger management, relationships, self-image, stress, and suicide.
  • Work to improve and enhance academic performance, problem solving, conflict resolution, and anger management skills.
  • Support the individual in learning/developing skills in communication, anger management, & coping skills focused on diagnosis.
  • Provide services on anger management, depression, suicidal tendency, relational problems, stress and addiction.
  • Perform group therapy sessions centered around coping skills, anger management, Mental health and medication education.
  • Developed and instructed training on social skills, conflict resolution, anger management and other life skills.
  • Conducted small group sessions on coping skills, effective communications, anger management and conflict resolution.
  • Provide skills training, such as anger management techniques, self esteem, and social skills.
  • Developed and taught/co-facilitated Anger Management Program for clients referred to CAS by PA. Dept.
  • Piloted an Anger Management program with several inmates struggling with repeat battery offenses.
  • Conducted Anger Management and Bipolar groups.
  • Teach psychoeducational skill-building classes for inmate groups (coping skills, anger management, DBT, substance abuse).
  • Provided psychosocial group therapy for clients; including anger management, conflict resolution + other social skills.
  • Examine issues including, bullying, anger management, depression and selfimage.4.

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16. MHP

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Here's how MHP is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Promoted to MHPPII in 2004: Extensive work developing faster and more accurate methods of official documentation.
  • Interpreted for Hispanic clients during therapy sessions (and in the community), as a QMHP.
  • Attended Carrot Principal Supervisory Meetings; participated in MHP Weekly Meeting; and conducted weekly MHPP Meetings.
  • Make MHPP Staff schedule for 24 hour unit, handle call ins by covering shifts.
  • Worked as an MHPP (Mental Health Para Professional) at a Therapeutic Day Treatment.
  • Attend monthly staff meetings for community based services, day treatment and LMHP.
  • Provide direct assistance to and follow direction from either QMHP or LPHA.
  • Discussed progress toward goals with member, member family, and LMHP.
  • Promoted to MHPP II and Rehab day leader within 2 years.
  • Job responsibilities are congruent with most MHP job descriptions.
  • Work on casual basis as back-up for full-time MHP.
  • Provide group therapy and one on one counseling.- MHP
  • Promoted to MHPII on four months.
  • Plan and lead clients with daily MHPP groups.
  • Full Time Qualified Mental Health Professional I provided contracted QMHP services for community support teams for these agencies.
  • trained QMHP new hires by conducting shadowing sessions aiding to IIH counseling techniques per client ISP.
  • Promoted to MHPPI in 2003: Supervisor of MHPPs and Residential Treatment staff.
  • Provide on-call services for individuals in crisis in rotation with other QMHPs.
  • Obtained 20 hours of training hours required for a full time MHP.
  • Licensed Mental Health Professional (LMHP) Anioma Inc.

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17. Crisis Management

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Here's how Crisis Management is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Provided crisis management and in-home therapeutic interventions and support for individuals and family.
  • Recruited provided rehab services for patients including crisis management and intervention.
  • Provided crisis management, intervention and participated in on-call duties.
  • Provide crisis management and interventions to consumers assigned.
  • Facilitated crisis management when necessary.
  • Review and approve the progress notes of counselors while providing crisis management, intervention, and is on-call as assigned.
  • Update ISRP documents with information, Develop Crisis Management Plan, detailed Discharge Plan and other identified treatment goals.
  • Developed Crisis management plans and Discharge Planning for consumers, and was a First-Responder for consumers in crisis.
  • Provided support to patients and their families in housing, crisis management, and intervention services.
  • Develop Crisis Management Plans for consumers, First-Responder for Crisis Response to consumers in crisis.
  • Develop crisis management plans and processing skill-building activities with families to help manage symptoms.
  • Steady sessions are scheduled as well as available 24-hour crisis management.
  • Perform suicide and risk assessments and provide crisis management as needed.
  • Educate new hires for the agency in client crisis management techniques.
  • Use of Safe Crisis Management skills.

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18. Intensive In-Home

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Here's how Intensive In-Home is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Qualified Mental Health Professional Provided clinical services to adults and children receiving intensive in-home or mental health support services.
  • Provide intensive in-home family and individual therapy based on cognitive behavioral problem solving.
  • Perform intensive in-home therapy services individually and with other treatment team members.
  • Provided therapeutic activities/ schedules for Intensive In-Home consumers.
  • Coordinated with the Intensive In-Home Team Leader to ensure adequate authorization of services based on needs of each individual served.
  • Skilled in managing, developing, and implementing interventions for intensive in-home clientele according to state rules and regulations.
  • Provided case management and direct care to children consumers ages 4-16 providing intensive in-home services and day treatment services.
  • Served as the first qualified professional with in the five county area to provide intensive in-home for Triumph, LLC
  • Managed cases, provided community support and intensive in-home services to children, adolescents and adults with disabilities.
  • Supervised the intensive in-home program as program coordinator over 27 staff and over 60 consumers.
  • Provide services to children/families in accordance with the service model for Intensive In-Home Services.
  • Conduct assessments and reassessments for Intensive In-home, and Therapeutic Day Treatment services.
  • Performed intensive in-home services to families in crisis or in need of services.
  • Served on a team to provide direct treatment for Intensive In-Home team consumers.
  • Provided face-to-face interventions to at-risk consumers (Intensive In-Home) in all settings.
  • Provided Intensive In-Home treatment of clients aged 8 - 10 years old.
  • Provided training for Residential, Intensive In-Home and Foster Care practitioners.
  • Maintained Intensive In-Home and Community Support team client records.
  • Provide Intensive in-home skills training for clients.
  • Attended court for Intensive In-Home hearings.

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19. PCP

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Here's how PCP is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Sharpened skills needed to complete ideal paperwork and documentation such as notes, PCP's, ITR/ ValueOptions writing, etc.
  • Prepared initial meeting(s) with client / family and prepared PCP (Person-centered Plan) ISP (Individual ServicePlan)
  • Developed, implemented, monitored, and reviewed client Person Centered Mental Health Plans (PCP) and crisis response plans.
  • Monitor and document the status of the consumer's progress and effectiveness of strategies and interventions outlined in the PCP.
  • Managed and oversaw the associate Professional in the initial assessment of the development of the PCP's and ITR's.
  • Develop and implement a Person Centered Plan (PCP) according to the specific diagnosis of the consumer.
  • Provide ongoing evaluation of the effectiveness of interventions, as evidence by progress toward goals in the PCP.
  • Assisted QP with completion of Complete PCP'S and ITR'S for continuation for consumer's services.
  • Conduct Initial Intake information, complete documentation through service notes, PCP's, and ITR's.
  • Conduct monitoring observations to ensure proper implementation of each consumer's Person Centered Plan (PCP).
  • Provide client management of the PCP as deemed necessary to include maintaining and updating records.
  • Document client information and make sure that it is consistent with the PCP provided.
  • Monitored the status of the client and made sure interventions aligned with the PCP.
  • Maintained detailed written accounts of client progress toward Person-Centered Plan (PCP) goals.
  • Complete initial development and ongoing revision of the PCP and ensure its implementation.
  • Planned and developed PCP's and ITR's for submission to Value Options.
  • Perform daily documentation on the progression of the family, relative to PCP.
  • Complete PCP'S and ITR ARE for continuation for consumer's services.
  • Provide ongoing reviews and revisions of Person Centered Plan (PCP).
  • Coordinated service activities within the established Person-Centered Plan (PCP).

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20. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Coordinated and made recommendations concerning individual patient care plans.
  • Maintain accurate required documentation of patient care.
  • Perform more than 40 hours of direct patient care while consistently exceeding the monthly productivity goals required.
  • Assisted individuals in the community with resources needed for their psychiatric treatment post inpatient care.
  • Organized and prepared staff for weekly meetings regarding updates in patient care for insurance authorization.
  • Collaborated weekly with a team of therapists, psychologists and psychiatrists regarding ongoing patient care.
  • Worked effectively and efficiently with Milieu staff on patient care, diagnosis and treatment plan.
  • Provided direct and indirect mental health services and patient care among a diverse population.
  • Coordinated with emergency staff and engaged long-term facilities to refer clients to in-patient care.
  • Provided highest level of outpatient care to participants with chronic and severe mental illness.
  • Collaborated with Psychologist and Social Workers for an ongoing assessment of patient care.
  • Maintained close family and physician contact to assure high quality of patient care.
  • Conducted diagnostic assessments for patients in inpatient care as requested by medical staff.
  • Provided direct patient care through inpatient services for children and adults.
  • Collaborated patient care and needs with Physicians and medical staff.
  • Partner with treatment team to arrange patient care services.
  • Assist RN's with patient care needs.
  • Attend multi-disciplinary/patient care conferences and staff meetings.

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21. Anxiety Disorders

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Here's how Anxiety Disorders is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Specialize in Brain-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, especially with Anxiety Disorders and PTSD.
  • Provided treatment for other clinical issues: anger management, anxiety disorders, substance use disorders and other mental/behavioral health issues.
  • Manage caseload of 40+ diverse clientele diagnosed with chronic mental illness, dual diagnosis, mood and anxiety disorders.
  • Specialize in treating anxiety disorders and trauma related disorders with adults who are involved in the criminal justice system
  • Provided therapy to adults with depressive and anxiety disorders including PTSD.
  • Provided individual, group and family therapy for adult patients who suffered from severe mental illness to mild anxiety disorders.

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22. Adhd

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Here's how Adhd is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Worked with clients with diagnoses such as: Bipolar disorder, ADHD, MDD, and GAD.
  • Provide therapeutic services to children and adults, particularly with ADHD, anxiety, Bipolar, depression and parenting skills.
  • Worked with clients diagnosed with depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder and ADHD .
  • Organized staff recruiting event and secured a speaker to educate parents and staff on educating the ADHD child.
  • Provided structured professional psycho-educational supervision in a school setting to an individual with ADHD and ODD diagnoses.
  • Delivered educator awareness seminar addressing ADD/ADHD awareness.

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23. Counsel

average Demand
Here's how Counsel is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Respond in the appropriate manner in crisis situations involving clients providing crisis counseling in situations that require immediate attention and intervention.
  • Provided crisis counseling and debriefings for emergency personnel and community members involved with various critical, often fatal, incidents.
  • Provided intensive-in-home counseling services via direct involvement with children/adolescents and their family members using the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Treatment model.
  • Served as an in-home counselor assigned to provide therapeutic services in an in-home/school setting with children/adolescents and their families.
  • Collaborate with and learn from other mental health professionals and counseling supervisor during participation in weekly supervision meetings.
  • Provided counseling and interventions for clients with behavioral and mental health disabilities, assisting with achieving therapeutic goals.
  • Conducted weekly individual counseling with clients and parents as identified by the Person-Centered Plan for community support services.
  • Provided case management services for individual case load of adolescents focused on recovery in a therapeutic counseling arena.
  • Facilitated supportive services/counseling for client family members to address special concerns and ease the transition during home visits.
  • Provide strengths based intensive in-home counseling and outpatient therapy to families and children utilizing evidence based therapies.
  • Facilitated individual and group counseling sessions focused on improving self-esteem, teaching healthy living and parenting skills.
  • Facilitated individual and group counseling, provided case management and intake to consumers diagnosed with mental illness.
  • Provided supportive counseling to help decrease mental health symptoms, supervised and/or developed person centered plans.
  • Completed assessments, conducted psychotherapy, and worked as an intake/assessment counselor as an independent contractor.
  • Counseled families, prepared materials necessary for application to community agencies for services and benefits.
  • Provided community based counseling and support services to children who were diagnosed with mental disabilities.
  • Facilitated individual and group counseling to consumers diagnosed with mental illness in adult outpatient setting.
  • Facilitate psycho-social education, case management, interventions, career counseling, and housing assistance.
  • Facilitate therapeutic groups and co-facilitate groups run by certified peer counselors and mental health technicians.
  • Provide group therapy and counseling to children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral disabilities.

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24. Schizophrenia

average Demand
Here's how Schizophrenia is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Worked directly with adults with Schizophrenia and Bipolar on the Assertive Community Treatment Team to develop healthy coping skills.
  • Passed medications and monitored residents with diabetes, COPD, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder.
  • 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.
  • Transport Individuals to doctors appointments, counseling individuals with mental health issues with schizophrenia and bipolar

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25. Dual Diagnosis

average Demand
Here's how Dual Diagnosis is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Provided individual counseling for PTSD and Dual diagnosis veterans and independently documented in patient medical record.
  • Provide Intensive In-Home services for children and families with Mental Health diagnoses/dual diagnosis, I/DD, and Substance Abuse.
  • Provided counseling and crisis management to adults with dual diagnosis issues and implemented best standards of care practice.
  • Facilitate groups for adults living with a severe mental illness and individuals with dual diagnosis of DD/MI.
  • Facilitated Mental Health, Dual Diagnosis and Substance Abuse groups for inpatient clients.
  • Court ordered facility for inmates suffering from dual diagnosis.
  • Participate in providing treatment and dual diagnosis services.
  • Case manages clients identified with Dual Diagnosis and criminal backgrounds with psychosocial/rehabilitative services.
  • Provide consultation and training to staff regarding assessment and treatment for dual diagnosis patients.
  • Direct care and supervision of persons with Developmental Disabilities Mental Illness and Dual Diagnosis.

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26. Mental Status

low Demand
Here's how Mental Status is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Provision of consultation services to institutional staff concerning the mental status and management of inmates.
  • Evaluate inmate mental status for further psychiatric needs and hospitalization placement.
  • Assisted in effective movement to appropriate setting when patient's mental status indicated she is a danger to self or others.
  • Assisted in transferring inpatient psychiatric settings when inmate s mental status indicated he/she was a danger to self or others.
  • Provide immediate and appropriate intervention response to changes in mental status which might put client at risk.
  • Monitored a patient's treatment progress and keep track of his or her mental status.
  • Evaluated mental status of inmates due to staff referral or inmate requested per policy.
  • Document daily mental status, progress, treatment, and complete discharge summaries.
  • Provided judges and juries with information regarding juvenile offenders' mental status.
  • Assess inmate s mental status, as they are booked into jail.
  • Assess client's mental status through interviews, observations.
  • Provide mental status exams using DSM 5 criteria.
  • Assess mental status of patients.
  • Perform mental status exams and report to psychiatrist medication efficacy of psychiatricclients.

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27. Clinical Staff

low Demand
Here's how Clinical Staff is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Supervised Residential Managers and Coordinators of clinical staff.
  • Provided supervision to clinical staff.
  • Facilitated monthly treatment team meetings with clinical staff and external resources such as school or community personnel.
  • Supervised clinical staff meetings along with providing consultation and guidance in the care of each client.
  • Facilitated communication between patient, family, clinical staff, and mental health team.
  • Presented analysis of clients by attending weekly clinical staff meetings, and supervision.
  • Consult with clinical staff to assist with developing and implementing treatment plans.
  • Supervised clinical staff that covers two Emergency Departments on a 24/7 basis.
  • Served as liaison between all clinical staff and management.
  • Evaluated clients to determine effectiveness of Interventions, Led Clinical Staffings and CFT Meetings

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28. Natural Supports

low Demand
Here's how Natural Supports is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Participate in collaborative meetings with Rehabilitation Services staff, other agencies or community and natural supports as needed.
  • Implement approaches that utilize and enhance consumers natural supports utilize motivational interviewing and provide appropriate interventions.
  • Participate in collaborative meeting with other agencies and community/natural supports.
  • Assist consumer in accessing available benefits and services in addition to implementing methods that utilize and enhance consumers' natural supports.
  • Coordinated the Child and Family Team, medical, non-medical and natural supports for ongoing and implementation of Person-Centered Planning.
  • Established and maintained a professional relationship with the client's natural supports to provide feedback and progress towards their goals.
  • Hold family team meetings with consumers, their natural supports and any others involved in their life.
  • Conduct Child and Family Team meetings with the consumer, family, natural supports and professionals.
  • Conduct treatment team meetings with consumer, guardians, and other natural supports.
  • Implement approaches that utilize and enhance consumer's natural supports.
  • Consult with identified medical and nonmedical providers, engaging community and natural supports.
  • Encourage the development of and the eventual succession of natural supports in living, learning, working, other social environments .
  • Worked with clients, natural supports, and other treatment team memebers to develop treatment plan goals and interventions.

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29. Developmental Disabilities

low Demand
Here's how Developmental Disabilities is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Coordinated services for adults and children living with intellectual/developmental disabilities, autism, and severe mental illness.
  • Provide community support services for children and adults with mental health illnesses and developmental disabilities.
  • Provided case management services to clients with developmental disabilities.
  • Facilitated home based supportive services through a Medicaid Waiver program, for 10 consumer s with developmental disabilities.
  • Work in a group home and child care facility with adults and children who has developmental disabilities.
  • Work with individuals with severe psychiatric, developmental disabilities, and traumatic brain injury.
  • Worked in both the residential and school setting with individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Worked with children with developmental disabilities get on track with their lives.
  • Schedule and lead treatment staffings every six months for a caseload of approximately thirty individuals with mental illness and developmental disabilities.

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30. CPR

low Demand
Here's how CPR is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Related capabilities: include Crisis Prevention Intervention training and CPR
  • Last job title: Clinical Manager /Director of Residential Services/ NCI Instructor/ First Aid-CPR Instructor.
  • Trained in Applied Suicide Intervention Skills* Trained in Therapeutic Options of Virginia* CPR/First Aid
  • Certified: Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI), CPR & First aid
  • Trained in Suicide Prevention, CPR, and First Aid.
  • Provide First Aid and CPR if needed.
  • Maintain certifications in CMP, CPI, CPR, First aid and AED courses.
  • Maintain CPR, First Aid, AED, and CPI certifications * Assist with other duties as assigned
  • Proctored quarterly recertification exams on medication training, CPR/First Aid, BBP/OIG directives and Corporate Compliance.
  • Provide Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) in an emergency until other medical aid arrives.
  • Certified in NCI, First Aid, Search and Seizure, and CPR.Veterinary Technician:
  • Trained in CPR, First Aid, and MANDT 2/2017.
  • Train daily liviling skills such as (3 individuals): Reports:Medication Certified: CPR Cerfied: SCM Certified

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31. IEP

low Demand
Here's how IEP is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Worked with IEP (Individualized Education Programs) staffing to accurately record all documentation of client's progress in Checkpoint Microsoft.
  • Attend other appointments when necessary such as Doctors (Physicals), Psychological/Psychiatric appointments, IEP meetings, etc.
  • Attended IEP and other planned meetings at schools to serve as an advocate for both residents and parents/guardians.
  • Collaborate with school staff to meet the educational needs of clients (IEP and 504 plans).
  • Assisted in development of service plans, IEP, and facilitated monthly treatment team meetings.
  • Attended scheduled IEP meetings and advocated for appropriate modifications and access to services.
  • Provided information to aid in IEP meetings and placement.
  • Attended IEP meetings and provided written input upon request.
  • Attended school IEP meetings for client.
  • Worked with IEP's and 504's.
  • Collaborated with school officials in regards to client IEP s, PEP s, 504 s Accomplishments Excellent client/family rapport.
  • Coordinate meetings with clients school staff to ensure IEP s are implemented and utilized.
  • Implement daily living skills curriculum and educational goal placed on their IEP.
  • Developed, implemented & maintained IEPs & goals for caseload.Worked closely w/local schools to assist w/educational needs of those in home.
  • Attend IEP, 504 and behavior plan meetings Accomplishments Received employee of the quarter for my hard work and dedication.

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32. Assessment Activities

low Demand
Here's how Assessment Activities is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Provide coordination and oversight of initial and ongoing assessment activities.
  • Case management and oversight of initial and ongoing assessment activities.
  • Coordinated and oversaw initial and ongoing assessment and reassessment activities.
  • Coordinated and oversaw the initial and ongoing assessment activities to include the Person Centered Plan.
  • Coordinate ongoing assessment activities to monitor progress of implemented Individualized Service Plan (ISP).
  • Coordinated the initial and ongoing assessment activities for consumers with mental health diagnosis.
  • Coordinate and oversee the initial and ongoing assessment activities.

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33. Appropriate Referrals

low Demand
Here's how Appropriate Referrals is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Make appropriate referrals to psychiatry, Self-harm Observation Status, Transitional Care Unit, and Crisis Stabilization Unit.
  • Encourage inmates to comply with treatment in the facility and provide appropriate referrals when able.
  • Assessed pertinent information and presenting issues regarding each individual client to provide appropriate referrals if applicable.
  • Facilitate appropriate referrals for follow up care/treatment after a client has completed their time on probation/parole
  • Coordinated appropriate referrals for clinical services and provided effective liaison with clinical consultants.
  • Make appropriate referrals for ancillary and community services that support individual treatment goals.

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34. Weekly Basis

low Demand
Here's how Weekly Basis is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Completed/submitted documentation of individual's progress/lack of progress on a weekly basis.
  • Consulted with Licensed Professional Counselor on a weekly basis.
  • Prepare progress reports for 10 clients on a quarterly and annual basis; weekly basis for day program updates.
  • Participate in treatment management teams on weekly basis that include conducting assessments, treatment planning, and group counseling.
  • Provided therapy services for those general population offenders on a weekly basis to help address mental health needs.
  • Attend treatment team meetings with professional staff on a weekly basis.
  • Keep all required documentation current and submit on a weekly basis.
  • Document all activities and behavior daily and on a weekly basis.
  • Critiqued progress notes by staff on weekly basis.
  • Communicated with referral source on a weekly basis.
  • Monitored hours being met on a weekly basis.
  • Facilitate clinical groups on a weekly basis.
  • Qualified Mental Health Professional A/CProvides direct support, coaching, advice and education services to individual clients on a weekly basis.
  • Meet with members on a minimally weekly basis to ensure their wellbeing and assist with their needs.

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35. PSR

low Demand
Here's how PSR is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Provide CPST and PSR community based therapy to individuals with varied Mental Health diagnoses based on designed treatment plan.
  • Provided CPST and PSR services to a caseload of ten clients in their homes and schools.
  • Credited with the PSR site's most prosperous fundraiser to date.
  • Provided CPST and PSR services to assigned case load.
  • Request Crisis/CPST/PSR contact hours from Magellan Behavioral Health Services.
  • Provide CPST & PSR services to clients.
  • Provide PSR and CPTS to members.
  • Provide Community Psychiatric Support (CPST), Psychosocial Skills Rehabilitation (PSR), and counseling services in the community.
  • Provide serves for CPST and PSR *Teach Coping skills, as well as provide interventions.
  • Provide CPST and PSR to Recpients.
  • Engage clients in play therapy Perform Community Therapy Request Crisis/CPST/PSR contact hours from Magellan Behavioral Health Services.

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36. Ptsd

low Demand
Here's how Ptsd is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Invited to present at a NAMI conference about impact of PTSD, deployment, and suicide on soldiers and family members.
  • Administered directive and non-directive play therapy for children suffering from cognitive delays, PTSD-like symptoms, and behavioral misconduct.
  • Managed caseload of 16-20 adults experiencing: Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorders, and PTSD on a daily basis.
  • Attended trainings and received CEU's for childhood PTSD and infant mental health framework (IMH).
  • Complete screeners such as PHQ-9, GAD, PTSD, MAST, SDQ and CASII.
  • Performed diagnostic screenings and determined severity of PTSD symptoms.

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37. Probation Officers

low Demand
Here's how Probation Officers is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Coordinated services with other service providers including: case managers, caseworkers and probation officers.
  • Work collaboratively with other stakeholders such as TDT team members, School Officials, Social Workers, Probation Officers, etc.
  • Consult with community agencies such as probation officers, juvenile courts and families to maintain coordination in the treatment process.
  • Collaborated with probation officers for youth involved in the legal system.
  • Serve as a liaison between the client, family, probation officers, authorities, courts, Psychiatrist, and agency.
  • Provided group therapy to court-mandated juvenile and adult sex offender collaborating with Clark County probation officers with progress of clients.

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38. DBT

low Demand
Here's how DBT is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Developed curriculum for and facilitated mental health groups including DBT education.
  • Led counseling groups in Matrix Family Education, Early Recovery Skills, DBT Skills, Thinking Errors, and Relapse Prevention.
  • Provide individual, group and family therapy for adults, children and adolescents using DBT and CBT therapeutic interventions.
  • Provide individual treatment using CBT, DBT and motivational interviewing techniques to detainees with mental health and/or behavioral concerns.
  • Facilitate DBT groups for men in treatment unit.
  • Run groups during shift based of DBT therapy.
  • Utilized Trauma Focused CBT and DBT Therapy.
  • Utilized an array of treatment modalities including CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, and others.
  • Utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Psychoeducational and motivational interviewing.

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39. Regular Basis

low Demand
Here's how Regular Basis is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Facilitated individual and group supervisions on a regular basis.
  • Meet with consumers on a regular basis in order to assess and monitor consumer progress towards their goals.
  • Coach staff in working with individuals on a regular basis to access, instruct and model.
  • Attend court when necessary and maintain close coordination with referring agencies on a regular basis.
  • Maintain coordination with referring agencies, care givers and educators on a regular basis.
  • Conducted home/site visits on a regular basis Completing and maintaining individualized assessments and service plans
  • Complete quality assurence evaluation of services on a regular basis.
  • Review documentation on a regular basis and complete billing for the programs where services were provide.

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40. ITR

low Demand
Here's how ITR is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Updated individual medical records including Person Centered Plans, TAR, ITR s for IIH caseload.
  • Completed ITR's process at required intervals and submitted to Value Option.
  • Completed Person Centered Plans, ITRs for authorization /reauthorization of services from the managed care.

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41. Medical Staff

low Demand
Here's how Medical Staff is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Identified co-occurring psychiatric disorders and self-destructive behaviors and discussed them with medical staff for treatment.
  • Followed medical standing orders and distributed medication under the direction of medical staff.
  • Collaborate with medical staff, security personal and other mental health professionals to ensure the safety and well-being of the inmates.
  • Assist in medication disbursement and monitoring under the direction of nursing and medical staff as well as program manager.
  • Coordinate with custody and medical staff in the management and treatment of detainees with mental health and/or behavioral concerns.
  • Assist custody and medical staff in the monitoring of mental health for referred detainees.
  • Started the Mental health program in conjunction with other medical Staff.
  • Coordinated multidisplinary team meetings with medical staff to discuss recommendations for treatment.

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42. Monthly Reports

low Demand
Here's how Monthly Reports is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Create daily reports, monthly reports, quarterly reports, concurrent reviews and discharge summaries in a timely and consistent manner.
  • Compiled and tracked various consumer data and prepare monthly reports which documented the results for the supervisor.
  • Maintained proper documentation, including progress notes, monthly reports and other information as required.
  • Analyzed monthly reports, developed projection with profit and loss.
  • Completed progress notes, monthly reports and quarterly reports.
  • Provided 24 hour crisis support to direct care staff * Provided quality assurance through review of monthly reports and treatment plans.

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43. Community Settings

low Demand
Here's how Community Settings is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Provided care to adults or children with mental health, behavioral, and emotional issues in their home and community settings.
  • Assist families inside the home, at school, or in community settings with crisis stabilization and behavioral monitoring.
  • Provide respite care for family or other caregivers by accompanying and assisting child in community settings when needed.
  • Provided mental health treatment to children and families in the home and community settings for 5-7 families.
  • Provided services in community settings including offices, homes, hospitals and other facilities.
  • Provide general and direct supervision to clients in school and/or community settings.
  • Provided structural family therapy in the home and community settings.
  • Provided mental health treatment to children and adult consumers in an individual, home, group or community settings.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Mental Health Professional

Mental Health Services26.2%
Treatment Plans18.6%
Crisis Intervention17.5%
Group Therapy Sessions4.9%
Community Resources4.6%
Intake Assessments4%
Substance Abuse3.8%
Independent Living2.7%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Mental Health Professional

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Mental Health Services
Mental Health Services
23.2%
23.2%
2
2
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
16.4%
16.4%
3
3
Crisis Intervention
Crisis Intervention
15.5%
15.5%
4
4
Group Therapy Sessions
Group Therapy Sessions
4.3%
4.3%
5
5
Community Resources
Community Resources
4%
4%
6
6
Intake Assessments
Intake Assessments
3.5%
3.5%
7
7
Substance Abuse
Substance Abuse
3.3%
3.3%
8
8
Independent Living
Independent Living
2.4%
2.4%
9
9
Medication Management
Medication Management
2%
2%
10
10
Behavioral Issues
Behavioral Issues
1.6%
1.6%
11
11
Clinical Supervision
Clinical Supervision
1.5%
1.5%
12
12
Staff Members
Staff Members
1.5%
1.5%
13
13
Social Workers
Social Workers
1.4%
1.4%
14
14
Skill Building
Skill Building
1.3%
1.3%
15
15
Anger Management
Anger Management
1.3%
1.3%
16
16
MHP
MHP
1.2%
1.2%
17
17
Crisis Management
Crisis Management
1%
1%
18
18
Intensive In-Home
Intensive In-Home
1%
1%
19
19
PCP
PCP
1%
1%
20
20
Patient Care
Patient Care
0.8%
0.8%
21
21
Anxiety Disorders
Anxiety Disorders
0.8%
0.8%
22
22
Adhd
Adhd
0.8%
0.8%
23
23
Counsel
Counsel
0.7%
0.7%
24
24
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia
0.7%
0.7%
25
25
Dual Diagnosis
Dual Diagnosis
0.7%
0.7%
26
26
Mental Status
Mental Status
0.7%
0.7%
27
27
Clinical Staff
Clinical Staff
0.6%
0.6%
28
28
Natural Supports
Natural Supports
0.6%
0.6%
29
29
Developmental Disabilities
Developmental Disabilities
0.5%
0.5%
30
30
CPR
CPR
0.5%
0.5%
31
31
IEP
IEP
0.5%
0.5%
32
32
Assessment Activities
Assessment Activities
0.5%
0.5%
33
33
Appropriate Referrals
Appropriate Referrals
0.5%
0.5%
34
34
Weekly Basis
Weekly Basis
0.5%
0.5%
35
35
PSR
PSR
0.4%
0.4%
36
36
Ptsd
Ptsd
0.4%
0.4%
37
37
Probation Officers
Probation Officers
0.4%
0.4%
38
38
DBT
DBT
0.4%
0.4%
39
39
Regular Basis
Regular Basis
0.3%
0.3%
40
40
ITR
ITR
0.3%
0.3%
41
41
Medical Staff
Medical Staff
0.3%
0.3%
42
42
Monthly Reports
Monthly Reports
0.3%
0.3%
43
43
Community Settings
Community Settings
0.3%
0.3%

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