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Top 44 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, 24.6% of Mental Health Professional resumes contained Mental Health as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Mental Health Professional actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Mental Health Professional

1. Mental Health
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Here's how Mental Health is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Facilitated mental health interventions as needed.
  • Collaborated with mental health care professionals and outside agencies in the development, implementation, and evaluation of client treatment plans.
  • Offer services for the sole purpose of improving an individual's mental health or to treat a specific diagnosed illness.
  • Developed KCBH-Outpatient Mental Health Center's Policy and Procedure Manual and a member of the Continuous Quality Improvement Committee.
  • Facilitated educational patient groups for children and adolescents with various mental health diagnoses in the day-treatment unit.
  • Monitor and explain compliance for the mental health program to client/families Perform other duties as assigned.
  • Enter clients' diagnoses and DLA scores in CIMOR (Missouri Department of Mental Health).
  • Conducted mental health assessments and reviewed their ITP in a collaboration with psychiatrist and therapist.
  • Provide mental health services to individuals incarcerated at David L. Moss, Tulsa County Jail.
  • Provided case management for youth and adults with mental health and substance use diagnosis.
  • Created mental health treatment plans to identify goals, objectives, and services needed.
  • Provided clinical direction to (QMHA) Qualified Mental Health Associate case managers.
  • Provided direct supervision to individuals ages 6-17 in residential mental health setting.
  • Insure JTS Team and Jail Mental Health work together cohesively.
  • Work with individuals and groups to promote optimum mental health.
  • Complete mental health calendar reports for Tacoma Municipal Court.
  • Supervised the hospital liaison, three case workers, three designated mental health professionals, and an Americore intern.
  • Qualified Professional FT Provided mental health services to child population, serving 25 clients.
  • Qualified Mental Health Professional Psychosocial assessment and counseling for children and adolescents between 4-18 years of age.
  • Conduct weekly Module Program to assisit in educating clients in regards to different aspects of thier mental health.

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2. 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 psychological evaluation/problem identification, crisis intervention and individual, group and/or therapy to clients.
  • Conducted outreach, advocacy and rehabilitative services for regular cases and crisis intervention.
  • Coordinated community resources for services; provided crisis intervention when needed.
  • Performed crisis intervention and created short term stabilization plans.
  • Perform Crisis Intervention Behavioral Health Treatments.
  • Provide crisis intervention, assessment interviews, skill building, therapeutic support, behavioral modification, and coordination of services.
  • Processed and documented client's daily progression of goals using therapeutic crisis intervention, individual counseling, and group sessions.
  • Perform crisis intervention, crisis counseling, group therapy assisting with therapeutic process groups.
  • Staff training on suicide prevention, crisis intervention and signs of psychiatric disorders.
  • Provision of Crisis Intervention Services to the client and/or family.
  • Provide crisis intervention to patients as needed.
  • Teach crisis intervention and conflict resolution skills.
  • Provide crisis intervention and direct service.
  • Assisted with crisis interventions for consumers.
  • Assess crisis situations and provide support and recommendations to facility staff regarding effective crisis intervention techniques to use in de-escalating situations.
  • Developed and provided appropriate therapeutic interventions Provided crisis intervention services to patients who are a danger to themselves or others.
  • Provided individual and group counseling, crisis intervention and case management in response to program participant's assessed needs.
  • Provide crisis intervention to client's diagnosed with mental health and substance abuse disorders.
  • Developed and conducted therapy for program patients Facilitated psycho-educational groups, developing behavior management programs, crisis intervention and de-escalation.

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3. Treatment Plans
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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Provided supervision and treatment of clients according to individualized treatment plans.
  • Developed treatment plans for Medicaid and Value options authorization.
  • Participated in developing treatment plans.
  • Provided comprehensive case management services, including creating treatment plans and connecting clients and families to appropriate resources.
  • Assess, diagnose, create and implement treatment plans and goals of new and existing clients.
  • Revise treatment plans in consultation with clinical psychiatrist based on clients' progress.
  • Develop and implement treatment plans based on clinical experience and knowledge.
  • Prepared progress notes, treatment plans and discharge plans as needed.
  • Developed treatment plans, monitored progress, and followed up.
  • Write treatment plans and treatment plan reviews for clients.
  • Developed and implemented treatment plans and modified when needed.
  • Developed, implemented, and monitored Behavior Treatment Plans.
  • Created ongoing treatment plans to monitor progress.
  • Assisted schools in creating individualized treatment plans.
  • Complete monthly report and quarterly reports, psychosocial reports, and develop and implement individualized treatment plans and clinical assessments.
  • Completed bio-psychosocial assessments, developed and updated individual treatment plans in collaboration with client populations.
  • Case management Developing and updating clinical treatment plans based on the Adults Needs and Strengths Assessment (ANSA)
  • Case management Revised and updated treatment plans and task analysis as required.
  • Perform psychosocial assessments and construct treatment plans.
  • Qualified Professional - Provided day treatment services for children with mental illnesses - Developed treatment plans - Attended mental health trainings

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4. Individual Therapy
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Here's how Individual Therapy is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Provided Individual Therapy, utilizing Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, Behavior Modification, and Social Skills Training.
  • Provided individual therapy for formally homeless clients in transitional housing, using person centered, trauma informed therapy.
  • Provide Group and Individual Therapy and Crisis Intervention Services to incarcerated males in medium and minimum security institutions.
  • Complete Risk and Therapy Assessment Complete Psychological Evaluations Provide Psycho-education Provide Individual Therapy Develop Behavior Plans Conduct Staff Training
  • Conducted individual therapy and crisis intervention to clients experiencing life crisis and mental health disorders.
  • Provide intensive in-home family and individual therapy based on cognitive behavioral problem solving.
  • Facilitated group and individual therapy for Substance Abuse Services.
  • Performed group and individual therapy.
  • Provided educational support, social skills training, crisis intervention and weekly group and individual therapy to clients.
  • Provide individual therapy to offenders, assents for suicide and precautions, complete intakes and individual treatment plans.
  • Worked with high-need clients to provide individual therapy, social skills, as well as supportive counseling services.
  • Provide individual therapy in home and community based setting according to treatment plans and concurrent reviews.
  • Perform family therapy, individual therapy, group therapy, and on-site interventions for clients.
  • Led group and individual therapy to children/ adolescents enrolled in the Partial program.
  • Provide individual therapy and responsible for responding to sick call request.
  • Provide individual therapy for females ages 14 to 25.
  • Provided individual therapy to mentally ill and MICA patients.
  • Provided group and individual therapy to people with SPMI.
  • Provide individual therapy to mentally handicap adults Complete Intakes
  • Completed crisis and mental health assessments * Facilitated family therapy * Facilitated individual therapy * Participated in hospital staffing

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5. 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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6. 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.
  • Collaborated with individuals and their families to help utilize all community resources that promoted independence and empowerment.
  • Compiled community resources for the staff to assist them with linked and referred the consumers to resources in their community.
  • Provided education and training to residents in the areas of independent living and social skills and utilization of community resources.
  • Worked with other mental health agencies to get clients set up with services, housing and other community resources.
  • Refer patients, clients, or family members to community resources or to specialists as necessary.
  • Case management to link families to community resources to help increase the child's functioning.
  • Administered mental health support to homeless clients, and connected them with community resources.
  • Monitored consumer's services, assessing, and linking consumer to community resources.
  • Communicated and networked with community resources to better serve the clients.
  • Make referrals for inmates upon being released for community resources.
  • Assisted clients in accessing community resources and services.
  • Linked them to community resources for assistance.
  • Utilize community resources as needed.
  • Connect families to community resources.
  • Referred clients to community resources.
  • Identify methods whereby services can be provided utilizing existing community resources whenever possible.
  • Assisted families in receiving medical attention, family counseling and receiving referrals to other community resources (i.e.
  • Act as First Responder to crisis calls and provide linkage to community resources and agencies.
  • Work with community resources (i.e.

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7. Substance Abuse
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Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Coordinated and provided community-based substance abuse prevention counseling to teenagers, by utilizing the Seven Challenges Intervention.
  • Administered medication to adult substance abusers.
  • Provide telephone screening, problem identification, referral, and crisis intervention services for callers needing help with substance abuse problems.
  • Provide face-to-face services with children and family with behavioral health challenges dealing with substance abuse, behavior problems or trauma.
  • Provide Intensive In-Home services for children and families with Mental Health diagnoses/dual diagnosis, I/DD, and Substance Abuse.
  • Provided support to individuals with Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Developmental Disabilities in residential and community settings.
  • Provided community support services to adults and children with severe mental health, substance abuse, and developmental disabilities.
  • Participated and lead psychotherapy groups involving, Thinking for a Change, grief, substance abuse and grief.
  • Coordinate with substance abuse treatment centers and rehabilitative services when a higher level of care is needed.
  • Provided mental health services to patients of all ages as well as patients with substance abuse issues.
  • Increased skills to address the complex mental health and/or substance abuse needs of children and adolescents.
  • Complete group therapy with clients with severe and persistent mental illness and substance abuse/dependence diagnosis.
  • Conducted rehabilitation groups for Substance Abuse clients in absence of therapist.
  • Assist the Team Leader with behavioral and substance abuse treatment interventions.
  • Provided case management for adults with mental illness and substance abuse.
  • Volunteer work/ Internship with non-profit substance abuse centers in Virginia.
  • Conducted individual and group therapy for substance abuse.
  • Performed court ordered 8505/8507 substance abuse evaluations.
  • Assist clients with their mental health and/or substance abuse crisis Assist and resolve clients' preoccupation with suicide.
  • Coordinated services for mental health, substance abuse, and dually diagnosed adolescents.

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8. 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.
  • Facilitated counseling and skills training (PSR/CPST) with children and adolescents with mental health and behavioral issues.
  • Direct care of teens who have mental health and/or behavioral issues as well as Awake night counselor,
  • Provide case management to students with behavioral issues and mental illness in a Therapeutic Day Treatment environment.
  • Worked with adolescent clients with severe emotional and behavioral issues to promote optimum mental health.
  • Documented all behavioral issues, state of being and program compliance on individual patient charts.
  • 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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9. Clinical Staff
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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.
  • Interacted with clinical staff and external resources such as school or community personnel.
  • 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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10. 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.
  • Assist clients with medication management and coordinated medical and mental health appointments.
  • Provided daily medication management reviewing clients Medication Administration Record (MAR).
  • Provided medication management, skills training and individualized counseling.
  • Schedule therapy, medication management, and psychiatric appointments.
  • 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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11. Family Therapy
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Here's how Family Therapy is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Provide individual and family therapy with clients with serious and persistent mental illness or co-occurring disorders.
  • Specialized Program Provide individual, group therapy and family therapy for juvenile sex offenders.
  • Implement home-based behavioral support, intensive case management, individual and/or family therapy.
  • Provided individual and family therapy for individuals within the department of juvenile justice system
  • Conducted individual and family therapy with adults with mental illnesses.
  • Facilitated family therapy sessions and Child and Family Team meetings.
  • Conducted therapeutic individual and family therapy sessions.
  • Provide in-home structural family therapy to families with children diagnosed with serious emotional disorders that are at risk of out-of-home placement.
  • Provided individual and family therapy to a diverse group of children, adolescents, and parents with mental illnesses or disabilities.
  • Provide individual, group and family therapy for adults, children and adolescents using DBT and CBT therapeutic interventions.
  • Provide individual and family therapy, interventions for client and family members, conduct monthly Child Family Team meetings.
  • Provided individual and family therapy to vulnerable children and families with Mental Health Worker.
  • Provided direct mental health services, including individual, group and family therapy.
  • Worked with their caregivers within individual, group, and family therapy settings.
  • Provided structural family therapy in the home and community settings.
  • Performed individual and family therapy five times a week.
  • Provided intensive family therapy for high risk youth.
  • Performed both individual and family therapy to clients.
  • Facilitated intensive, strength-based eco-systemic structural family therapy, focusing on attachment, co-caregiver alliance, executive functioning, and self-regulation.
  • Provided Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy to a caseload of up to 8 families.

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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.
  • Collaborate with staff members to plan or develop programs of events, schedules of activities, or menus.
  • Provided crisis intervention services when requested by institutional staff members, medical staff or inmate self referral.
  • Supervised four staff members in the coordination of a vast array of adult mental health services.
  • Consulted with other staff members regarding treatment plans as deemed appropriate by the team leader.
  • Collaborate with other staff members to perform clinical assessments or develop treatment plans.
  • Assisted with the management of the Intensive In-Home and Community Support staff members.
  • Presented case history material to review and discussion with other 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.
  • Delegated work duties to individual staff members.
  • Provided orientation training to new staff members.
  • Supervised QMHP-A and QMHP-C 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. Daily Living
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Here's how Daily Living is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Direct consumer to effective recovery based services that aided the consumer in daily living.
  • Assist consumers with daily living skills in the home and out in the community.
  • Provided psychiatric consumers with daily living skills, while providing support in the community.
  • Provided counsel, education and support regarding symptom management and daily living skills.
  • Focused on assisting individuals with chronic mental illness with activities of daily living.
  • Provided strategies and interventions for youth and adults for healthy daily living.
  • Assisted residents with disabilities in completing their activities of daily living.
  • Manage and schedule chore assignments for daily living skills program.
  • Worked with clients to increase independence of daily living tasks.
  • Provide personal care and assistance with daily living skills.
  • Assist with toileting and other activities of daily living.
  • Assist clients with daily living skills.
  • Managed caseload while teaching daily living skills, socialization and implementing interventions to establish independency.
  • Assisted residents with activities of daily living (ADLs), including cooking, cleaning, self-care, and scheduling.
  • Assist clients with independent and daily living skills Plan and teach monthly groups that are available for the community.
  • Implement daily living skills curriculum and educational goal placed on their IEP.
  • Used psychosocial rehabilitation to train clients on skills for daily living.
  • Enhance skills and development in regards to Activities of Daily Living
  • Explored vocational and educational opportunities for clients Monitored and reported monthly on client progress Implemented schedules to enhance daily living skills.
  • Provide daily living skills to developmentally disabled adults, such as feeding, daily grooming, bathing, activities, ect.

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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.
  • Participated and provided intervention strategies and skill building activities.
  • Provided direct care-interventions/skill building activities for clients and families.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Coordinated individual and group therapeutic, skill building, and athletic group sessions.
  • 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.
  • Provided skill building and interventions to stabilize crises situations.
  • Lead daily skill building group sessions.
  • Provided various skill building activities.
  • Provide life skill building sessions.
  • Lead skill building group sessions and one on one meetings.

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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.
  • Develop and implement anger management and psycho-educational groups.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Provide services on anger management, depression, suicidal tendency, relational problems, stress and addiction.
  • Provide skills training, such as anger management techniques, self esteem, and social skills.
  • Conducted small group sessions on coping skills, effective communications, anger management and conflict resolution.
  • 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:
  • Attend regularly scheduled clinical supervision from an LMHP/staff meeting/training.
  • Direct the delivery of services for members by coordinating the implementation of treatment goals with MHS/MHP team members.
  • Interpreted for Hispanic clients during therapy sessions (and in the community), as a QMHP.
  • Promoted to MHPPII in 2004: Extensive work developing faster and more accurate methods of official documentation.
  • Assist LMHP in compiling updated information for the ISP reassessment of the clients progress towards goals.
  • Make MHPP Staff schedule for 24 hour unit, handle call ins by covering shifts.
  • Attend monthly staff meetings for community based services, day treatment and LMHP.
  • Provide direct assistance to and follow direction from either QMHP or LPHA.
  • Promoted to MHPP II and Rehab day leader within 2 years.
  • Work on casual basis as back-up for full-time 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.
  • 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.
  • Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP)- promoted February 2008 Therapeutic Companion
  • Licensed Mental Health Professional (LMHP) Anioma Inc.
  • Collaborate with LMHPs and Case Managers.
  • Provide individual and group trainings to QMHPs and conduct performance evaluations.
  • Conduct Intake Psychosocial Assessments Treatment Plans CANS Assessment Pre-Authorizations Re-Authorizations Discharges Weekly and Monthly supervision of MHP and MHS employees Conduct Trainings

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17. Communication
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Here's how Communication is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Worked closely with other clinical/professional staff to maintain communication and provide feedback, standardize procedures and expedite PCP implementation.
  • Encourage open communication in group settings and lead individuals through emotional difficulties and breakthroughs.
  • Maintained open and active lines of communication with agency and community supports.
  • Schedule doctor's appointments and other professional communication with other professionals.
  • Supported clients in communication, self-care and social-emotional skill development.
  • Maintain communication with psychiatrists, medical physicians, and pharmacists
  • Establish and maintain communication with other services involved.
  • Established effective communication between customers and the company.
  • Maintain good and effective communication with the client and family as well as the co-clinician working the case with me.
  • Provide consultation to parents with regard to reinforcement and punishment in the home setting, and also with communication skills.
  • Maintain communication with employment officials and other social authorities in client's life to monitor their behavior and needs.
  • Work with clients to foster the development of new improved coping, problem solving, and communication skills.
  • Facilitated weekly supervisions, trained staff on writing notes and Training staff on appropriate communication with families.
  • Motivated patients to seek and develop social interactions, to venture and develop communication skills.
  • Focus on attention to detail and possess superior written and oral communication skills.
  • Assisted in development of coping and communication skills.
  • Reviewed and revised protocols in accordance with regulatory requirements Maintained daily communication with current customers and new prospects.
  • Complete individual case notes, individualized treatment plans, among other documents/forms/communications through the use of the electronic record system PacTrak.
  • Maintained ongoing communication with agency stakeholders such as DSS, DJJ, ect.
  • Deplayed ways for youth to develop coping, communication, and social skills.

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Here's how 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.
  • Provided in-home individual and family skills education and psychotherapy as well as outpatient family and individual psychotherapy.
  • Provided in-home and community-based individual and family counseling.
  • Coordinated with the Intensive In-Home Team Leader to ensure adequate authorization of services based on needs of each individual served.
  • Provided in-home case management services to appointed cases for children ages 0-18 and their immediate family members.
  • Provide intensive in-home, crisis-oriented counseling and case management to youths and their families.
  • Provide in-home and community based services in the form of individual and family therapy.
  • Provided face-to-face interventions to at-risk consumers (Intensive In-Home) in all settings.
  • Provided in-home and outpatient therapy to adults and children ages 2-50+.
  • Provided training for Residential, Intensive In-Home and Foster Care practitioners.
  • Maintained Intensive In-Home and Community Support team client records.
  • Implemented service plans for In-home and TDT programs.
  • Provided in-home services and work on-call when needed.
  • Provide Intensive in-home skills training for clients.
  • Attended court for Intensive In-Home hearings.
  • Provide intensive in-home therapy and crisis intervention to clients servered.
  • Qualified Mental Health Professional for Intensive In-Home Team (Children ages 5-18) Assisted with providing Intensive In-Home Services for children.
  • Created and maintained each consumer's Person-Centered Plans, facilitated Child and Family team meetings (Intensive In-Home).
  • Concord, NC Intensive In-Home Service Provider (03/2009-12/2009) Daily documentation of each interaction with consumer.
  • Qualified Professional * One on one therapeutic interventions with children in Intensive In-Home with MI/MH/DD.

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19. PCP
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  • 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.
  • Develop and implement a Person Centered Plan (PCP) according to the specific diagnosis of the consumer.
  • Assisted QP with completion of Complete PCP'S and ITR'S for continuation for consumer's services.
  • Provide client management of the PCP as deemed necessary to include maintaining and updating records.
  • Maintained detailed written accounts of client progress toward Person-Centered Plan (PCP) goals.
  • Monitored the status of the client and made sure interventions aligned with the PCP.
  • Perform daily documentation on the progression of the family, relative to PCP.
  • Planned and developed PCP's and ITR's for submission to Value Options.
  • Complete initial development and ongoing revision of the PCP and ensure its implementation.
  • Provide ongoing reviews and revisions of Person Centered Plan (PCP).
  • Complete PCP'S and ITR ARE for continuation for consumer's services.
  • Developed PCP for children and adults with mental illness
  • Facilitated the development and implementation of the PCP.
  • Develop and implement consumer PCPs, facilitate person centered planning meetings, maintain continuous authorizations.
  • Administer and evaluate updates on PCP and ITR Coordinate family session to assess family dynamics in the home.
  • Provide training to team on service definitions, PCP development, authorizations, documentation and cultural diversity.
  • Developed PCPs, linked and coordinated services, supervised staff, and facilitated treatment meetings.
  • Qualified Professional Review plans and goals of PCP.
  • Updated client's PCP Executed appropriate risk-assessments.

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20. Independent Living
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Here's how Independent Living is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • 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.
  • Provided safe, positive, and nurturing environment in group home and independent living setting.
  • Coordinate services for IDD residents in the Group Home setting and independent living.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Insure safety and assist in improving independent living skills.
  • Assisted program participants in daily and 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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21. Community Outreach
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Here's how Community Outreach is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Provided treatment planning, clinical documentation, interviewing, and case management community outreach referrals.
  • Participate in community outreach and education activities Other duties as assigned.
  • Participate in community outreach and education activities.
  • Conducted community outreach, to people with psychiatric challenges who were homeless, experiencing substance abuse and HIV positive.
  • Assisted in community outreach on behalf of the company to enhance community involvement and awareness for the company.
  • Provided community outreaches, crisis intervention and resources/referrals to Washtenaw County residents in psychiatric crisis.

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22. Direct Care
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Here's how Direct Care is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Delivered direct care services to mentally/physically disabled adults; providing daily instructional activities and tasks based on individual services plans.
  • Provided direct care services to females 12-21 years old in a residential treatment facility for behavioral/mental health/ substance/physical/self abuse/co-dependency/etc.
  • Provided case management and direct care to children consumers ages 4-16 providing intensive in-home services and day treatment services.
  • Supervised direct care staff to ensure that they were providing therapeutic services to the community that they serve.
  • Attend meetings and in-service training as scheduled and conduct in-service training to direct care staffing as needed.
  • Provide direct care to clients and may serve as primary counselor to specified caseload under clinical supervision.
  • Provided training, assistance and direct care to clients according to their individual support plans.
  • Oversee work of direct care staff providing face to face contact with consumers.
  • Coordinated services for direct care staff to implement with youth and adult clients.
  • Home Manager, and Direct Care Personnel (25 employees' total).
  • Provide training and monitoring of services provided by direct care staff.
  • Recruited and supervised direct care staff who worked one-on-one with consumers.
  • Provided direct care to Intensive In Home clients with MH/SA diagnoses.
  • Provide case management and direct care to clients.
  • Provided direct care services to 100% adults
  • Provide direct training to direct care staff.
  • Provide direct care assistance as needed.
  • Qualified Professional Supervised direct care staffs and provide ongoing training and documentations.
  • Managed caseload including ISPs, Monthly's, Quarterly's, Direct Care Progress notes and Case Notes.
  • Hired, trained and suprvised additonal direct care staff.

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23. Adhd
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Here's how Adhd is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Provided counseling services focusing on children with ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, PTSD, and other emotional difficulties.
  • Worked with clients with diagnoses such as: Bipolar disorder, ADHD, MDD, and GAD.
  • Worked with clients with various disorders such as ODD, Mood, ADD, ADHD
  • 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.

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24. Social Services
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Here's how Social Services is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Developed individualized service plans in conjunction with referring agencies, other social services professionals, and any stakeholders.
  • Develop individualized service plans in conjunction with referring agencies, other social services professionals, the involved youths and their families.
  • Work with parents, foster homes, and social services to create positive living environment and connections between the support systems.
  • Create court reports and collaborate with Social Services, Judges, and Attorneys to advocate for clients.
  • Interviewed clients and decided if they met the conditions to receive social assistance under public social services.
  • Work very closely with Department of Social Services regarding the foster care system.
  • Conduct intake evaluation with individuals in the community in need of social services.
  • Participated in Treatment Team Meetings with Providers and Department of Social Services.
  • Assisted clients with coordinating and referring to social services and medical appointments.
  • Assist clients by accessing health and psychosocial services.
  • Coordinated and Facilitated Qualterly Trainings to Community Agency Employees, such as Wilson and Greene County Department of Social Services .

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25. Counsel
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Here's how Counsel is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Provided supportive counseling to help decrease mental health symptoms, supervised and/or developed person centered plans.
  • Provided individual and family counseling sessions, skills training and development sessions.
  • Performed clinical evaluations and assessments of individuals in counseling/during the intake process.
  • Counseled individuals and families in individual and group therapy.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of counseling or educational programs.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of counseling programs on clients' progress in resolving identified problems and moving towards defined objectives.
  • Provide support, counseling and education to consumers to assist them in achieving their recovery goals.
  • Provide individual clinical counseling, family counseling, school-based services, and urgent care services.
  • Provide one on one counseling with clients, and refer to outside agencies as needed.
  • Worked as a teacher counselor for my organization and the community elementary school program.
  • Provided individual and group counseling session accordance to client s individual treatment plan.
  • Provide direct counseling services to inmates with personal needs or problems, i.e.
  • Provide therapeutic counseling, support and service coordination to children and families.
  • Provide mental health counseling to adults, teenagers, and adolescents.
  • Conduct in home counseling sessions with adolescent and adult clients.
  • Serve as substitute for other counselors as needed.
  • Provided individual, family, and group counseling.
  • Provide and coordinate group counseling and 1:1.
  • Conduct individual and group counseling session.
  • Participate in team meetings with therapist, family and client Provide adequate supervision to all clients Facilitate and co- facilitate counseling groups

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26. Group Therapy Sessions
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Here's how Group Therapy Sessions is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Lead prescribed individual or group therapy sessions as part of specific therapeutic procedures.
  • 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.
  • Led 1-2 group therapy sessions weekly.

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27. Schizophrenia
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Here's how Schizophrenia is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Counseled individuals with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder at their place of residence.
  • 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.
  • Counseled clients with comorbid mental disorders (schizophrenia, psychosis, intellectual development, substance abuse).

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28. Social Workers
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Here's how Social Workers 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.
  • 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.
  • Conferred with consumers, family members, social workers and community resources to custom design consumer identified treatment goals.
  • Collaborate with team of social workers, psychiatrists, and psychologists to develop individualized treatment plans for clients.
  • 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.
  • Collaborated with Psychologist and Social Workers for an ongoing assessment of patient care.
  • 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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29. Natural Supports
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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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30. Developmental Disabilities
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Here's how Developmental Disabilities is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Provided community based services to individuals diagnosed with mental health, substance abuse illness, and/or developmental disabilities.
  • 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.
  • Provide counseling for the youth and adult population diagnosed with developmental disabilities, mental health, or substance abuse.
  • 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.
  • Direct care and supervision of persons with Developmental Disabilities Mental Illness and Dual Diagnosis.

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31. CPR
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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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32. IEP
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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.
  • Attend and participate in IEP meetings to assist youth in meeting their educational goals.
  • 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.
  • 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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33. Appropriate Services
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Here's how Appropriate Services is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Worked with interdisciplinary team to recommend clinically appropriate services.
  • Perform level of care assessments for appropriate services for clients seeking mental health treatment and assist in providing resources and referrals.
  • Assess and identify the recipient's medical and social needs and the appropriate services to meet those needs.
  • Facilitate monthly Child Family Team (CFT) meetings to determine the need for appropriate services.
  • Assist families by actively referring them to other appropriate services and supports within the community.
  • Access medical, social, educational, and other appropriate services.
  • Conduct ongoing assessment to provide quality and appropriate services to clients.
  • Review updates to ensure that appropriate services are being utilized.
  • Coordinated and linked consumer's to appropriate services and resources.
  • Make referrals to appropriate services, where necessary.
  • Connect consumer with appropriate services and supports, as needed Document all meetings and notes pertaining to consumer plans.
  • Key Accomplishments: * Provided clients with appropriate services that lined up with client treatment plan.
  • Assessed the clients and families for appropriate services.
  • Identify the appropriate services that will meet the consumer's emotional, financial .

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34. Assessment Activities
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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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35. Weekly Basis
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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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36. PSR
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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.
  • Provide individual counseling sessions for adults, children, and adolescents using PSR and CPST.
  • Provide CPST and PSR counseling to help client maintain independence in the community.
  • 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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38. Probation Officers
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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.
  • Meet with families, probation officers, police, or other interested parties to exchange necessary information during the treatment process.
  • 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.
  • Coordinated activities with courts, probation officers, community services, or other post-treatment agencies.
  • 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.

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39. Ptsd
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Here's how Ptsd is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Provided individual counseling for PTSD and Dual diagnosis veterans and independently documented in patient medical record.
  • Invited to present at a NAMI conference about impact of PTSD, deployment, and suicide on soldiers and family members.
  • Specialize in gender issues, sexual identity, sexual violence, relationship violence, depression, anxiety, and PTSD.
  • 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.

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40. DBT
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Here's how DBT is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Guided clients in effective therapeutic exercises integrated from Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).
  • Collaborated with multidisciplinary team to provide individual and group interventions, inclusive of DBT skills and crisis interventions.
  • 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 treatment using CBT, DBT and motivational interviewing techniques to detainees with mental health and/or behavioral concerns.
  • Conducted CBT and DBT and Substance Abuse groups for offenders.
  • 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.
  • Group Therapy for DBT, Substance Abuse, and CBTs.
  • Utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Psychoeducational and motivational interviewing.

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41. Regular Basis
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Here's how Regular Basis is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Facilitated individual and group supervisions on a regular basis.
  • Participate in clinical supervision sessions 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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42. Medical Records
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Here's how Medical Records is used in Mental Health Professional jobs:
  • Maintained client's charts using Electronic Medical Records -Provided basic information to client's on psycho-pharmaceutical matters.
  • Collaborated with other professionals and kept accurate documentation in electronic medical records (EMR).
  • Maintained accurate documentation in electronic medical records in compliance with DHS guidelines.
  • Completed timely and accurate concurrent documentation through use of electronic medical records.
  • Monitored and maintained all medical records for the individuals with disabilities.
  • Utilized Electronic Medical Records software for all clinical documentation.
  • Maintain confidentiality of medical records.
  • Completed audits of medical records for completeness, accuracy, and consistency to insure quality assurance and compliance.
  • Conduct file audits to review medical records for authorization dates and signatures for compliance with service requirements.
  • Updated individual medical records including Person Centered Plans, TAR, ITR s for IIH caseload.
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results in medical records.
  • Formulated plans of care; maintain client Electronic Medical Records and documentation.
  • Assisted Medical Records Clerk with completing client admission records..
  • Request and review client's medical records.

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43. ITR
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Here's how ITR 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.
  • Managed and oversaw the associate Professional in the initial assessment of the development of the PCP's and ITR's.
  • Conduct Initial Intake information, complete documentation through service notes, PCP's, and ITR's.
  • Completed ITR's process at required intervals and submitted to Value Option.
  • Complete detailed documentation through service notes, ITR's, SAR's, and PCP's.
  • Complete documentation through service notes, PCP's, ITR's.
  • Completed Person Centered Plans, ITRs for authorization /reauthorization of services from the managed care.

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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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20 Most Common Skills For A Mental Health Professional

Mental Health

28.2%

Crisis Intervention

18.7%

Treatment Plans

15.6%

Individual Therapy

4.3%

Intake Assessments

4.0%

Community Resources

4.0%

Substance Abuse

3.8%

Behavioral Issues

2.9%

Clinical Staff

2.4%

Medication Management

2.2%

Family Therapy

1.8%

Staff Members

1.7%

Daily Living

1.6%

Skill Building

1.5%

Anger Management

1.5%

MHP

1.3%

Communication

1.2%

In-Home

1.2%

PCP

1.1%

Independent Living

1.1%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Mental Health Professional

Rank Skill
1 Mental Health 24.6%
2 Crisis Intervention 16.4%
3 Treatment Plans 13.6%
4 Individual Therapy 3.7%
5 Intake Assessments 3.5%
6 Community Resources 3.5%
7 Substance Abuse 3.3%
8 Behavioral Issues 2.6%
9 Clinical Staff 2.1%
10 Medication Management 1.9%
11 Family Therapy 1.5%
12 Staff Members 1.5%
13 Daily Living 1.4%
14 Skill Building 1.3%
15 Anger Management 1.3%
16 MHP 1.2%
17 Communication 1.1%
18 In-Home 1.0%
19 PCP 1.0%
20 Independent Living 1.0%
21 Community Outreach 0.8%
22 Direct Care 0.8%
23 Adhd 0.8%
24 Social Services 0.7%
25 Counsel 0.7%
26 Group Therapy Sessions 0.7%
27 Schizophrenia 0.7%
28 Social Workers 0.6%
29 Natural Supports 0.6%
30 Developmental Disabilities 0.5%
31 CPR 0.5%
32 IEP 0.5%
33 Appropriate Services 0.5%
34 Assessment Activities 0.5%
35 Weekly Basis 0.5%
36 PSR 0.4%
37 Bipolar Disorder 0.4%
38 Probation Officers 0.4%
39 Ptsd 0.4%
40 DBT 0.4%
41 Regular Basis 0.3%
42 Medical Records 0.3%
43 ITR 0.3%
44 Monthly Reports 0.3%
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