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Top 50 Mental Health Specialist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Mental Health Specialist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Mental Health Specialist resumes they appeared on. For example, 20.9% of Mental Health Specialist resumes contained Mental Health Services as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Mental Health Specialist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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

1. Mental Health Services

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Here's how Mental Health Services is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Handled intensive service cases and provided mental health services including individual/family therapy, and case management services.
  • Developed computer tracking program for mental health services, improving quality and accountability of services.
  • Evaluated and assessed individuals for medical necessity and mental health services.
  • Administered and delivered mental health services to individuals and families.
  • Assisted the unit Psychiatrist and Psychologist with planning, developing and implementing therapeutic programs in the Department of Mental Health Services.
  • Provided specialized Mental Health services to assist in improving clients mental health functioning and in reducing behavioral and mental issues.
  • Provided mental health services on an intensive outpatient basis as a member of the Assertive Community Treatment Team.
  • Provided strength-based, family-centered mental health services to families and children at risk for out of home placement.
  • Provide mental health services for adults, child and adolescents with mental health disabilities.
  • Provided mental health services to adolescent boys, girls, and their families.
  • Coordinated the development of the integrated medical and mental health services program.
  • Managed ICD-9/CPT coding for mental health services rendered to ensure accurate reimbursement.
  • Provide school-based mental health services at a local elementary school.
  • Provided linkage to mental health services and other supportive services.
  • Diagnose clients for Mobile mental health services.
  • Evaluated request for mental health services.
  • Provide comprehensive mental health services to low-income individuals with severe and persistent mental illnesses/Axis I diagnoses.
  • Provided community-based mental health services to minors ages 4 to 18 and their families through individual and family therapy.
  • Provide mental health services, including assessment and evaluation, to clients referred to the Community Services program.
  • Provided mental health services out in the community as a school liason.

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2. Crisis Intervention

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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Provided emergency crisis intervention to consumers and facilitated psycho-education group therapy to adults with dual diagnosis.
  • Provided individual, group and family therapy, vocational counseling, case management and crisis intervention.
  • Coordinated case management services including crisis intervention, counseling, referrals, and advocacy.
  • Provided crisis intervention services for inmates, consulted with psychiatry regarding recommendations for stabilization.
  • Provided crisis intervention and utilized multiple therapeutic mental/behavior interventions.
  • Provided crisis intervention counseling or assistance as necessary.
  • Provided night-time on-call crisis intervention when assigned.
  • Provided crisis intervention to inmates.
  • Demonstrated skills, including flexibility and adaptation to cultural needs, in the area of crisis intervention for victims of crime.
  • Provide crisis intervention, short term issue resolution, and continued follow up once a problem has been identified.
  • Provided crisis intervention and connected with appropriate services to patients who were a danger to themselves or others.
  • Provide crisis intervention services to patients who are a danger to themselves or others.
  • Provided crisis intervention services to patients and monitored patients' treatment progress.
  • Assessed inmates housed at the Oklahoma County Jail and provided crisis intervention.
  • Provided counseling and crisis intervention to clients who committed sexual crimes.
  • Provided crisis intervention to students when difficult situations occur at schools.
  • Provide crisis intervention at the courthouse.
  • Offered supportive telephone counseling and crisis intervention to callers who experienced suicide ideation.
  • Conducted individual therapy, provided crisis intervention and conducted suicide watch rounds.
  • Maintained a safe work unit and was a leader in crisis intervention .

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3. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Maintained communication with clinical manager and psychiatrist regarding treatment plans and patient progress.
  • Develop individualized treatment plans to assist client with reaching personal and professional goals.
  • Created individualized treatment plans as a member of a multidisciplinary treatment team.
  • Conducted assessments and devised appropriate treatment plans.
  • Implemented individual treatment plans, participated in therapeutic groups, measured and charted patients' vitals and status on the unit
  • Collaborate with doctors, social workers, case managers, psychiatrists, and mental health faculty to develop treatment plans.
  • Performed diagnostic evaluations, progress notes, treatment plans, discharge procedures, and other consumer related activities.
  • Coordinated collateral contacts to ensure that clients follow treatment plans and maintain their sobriety and mental stability.
  • Provided individual counseling, development of treatment plans, and recommendations for ongoing services or discharge.
  • Participate in treatment plans, crisis intervention, and monitoring patients with chronic mental illness.
  • Completed all necessary assessments, diagnostic assessments, treatment plans, and case notes.
  • Modified treatment plans according to changes in client status, and medication.
  • Completed assessments, treatment plans and documentation in Avatar system.
  • Developed treatment plans and made referrals to the appropriate services.
  • Completed treatment plans to guide therapy and address clinical diagnosis.
  • Work with LPC'S and coordinated treatment plans for patients.
  • Counseled and created treatment plans for at risk youth
  • Created and updated treatment plans for clients.
  • Develop treatment plans for patients.
  • Assessed patients and family needs through interview and observations Assisted with the development of treatment plans and made referrals when applicable.

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4. Behavioral Issues

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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Provided behavioral interventions and assisted parents and teachers by creating individualized service plans to address a variety of behavioral issues.
  • Conduct classroom observation to assess and determine both classroom and individual needs for intervention to alleviate behavioral issues.
  • Provided clinical best-practice interventions that target emotional/behavioral issues.
  • Supervised residents that have behavioral issues.
  • Direct involvement with adolescent and adult patients suffering from a mental illness and behavioral issues in individual and group settings.
  • Assisted parents in understanding children's growth and development, appreciation of individual differences and behavioral issues.
  • Create plans to support students who are in crisis or having academic or behavioral issues.
  • Create and maintain a therapeutic milieu for adolescents with behavioral issues and mental illness.
  • Instructed groups and held discussions about mental, behavioral issues and life skills techniques.
  • Support youth (ages 6- 13) with mental health diagnosis & behavioral issues.
  • Counseled students using play therapy on social, emotional and behavioral issues.
  • Provide face to face service for clients with mental and behavioral issues.
  • Provided direct care for children with mental and behavioral issues.
  • Assist children and adults with behavioral issues.
  • Responded effectively to behavioral issues including de-escalation.
  • Assisted in summer day treatment groups and therapeutic activities to teach functional living skills and address behavioral issues.
  • Gained clinical experience with a caseload of ten clients from ages 7-18 with varying mental health andbehavioral issues.
  • Conduct workshops and trainings for parents and teachers on how to manage children with behavioral issues.
  • Assisted teenagers with behavioral issues with independent living skills * Reinforced home rules
  • Conduct clinical groups to work on socio-behavioral issues.

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5. Independent Living

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Here's how Independent Living is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Coordinate recovery activities; facilitate transportation, and services to avoid potential relapses for each client residing in independent living program.
  • Conducted case management, counseling and crisis intervention at independent living facility for women with mental illnesses
  • Facilitated psycho-education, nutrition, and independent living skills groups for program participants.
  • Develop life skills curriculum and facilitate weekly independent living skills workshops.
  • Provided anger management, relaxation, independent living skills.
  • Provide independent living skills to developmentally delayed clients.
  • Assisted consumers in all areas of independent living to include recommendations for social events and activities (case manager duties).
  • Assisted in the development of independent living skills including menu planning, grocery shopping, housekeeping and planned community activities.
  • Group and Individual counseling, educating patients on coping and independent living skills, and discharge planning.
  • Served as a case manager for clients while helping them transition safely into independent living.
  • Support clients' independent living and assist with daily activities including cooking and cleaning.
  • Supported the development and creation of ILP program (Independent Living Program).
  • Prepared clients for independent living through education, resource brokerage, and counseling.
  • Maintain routines used to help build independent living skills for the client population.
  • Developed and implemented the curriculum for the daily independent living skills group.
  • Assisted high functioning mentally disabled clients with independent living skills.
  • Assisted clients with establishing and achieving independent living skills goals.
  • Provide donated goods to clients in independent living program.
  • Assisted clients to move toward independent living.
  • Provided psychoeducation and taught positive coping and independent living skills.

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6. Group Therapy Sessions

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Here's how Group Therapy Sessions is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Facilitated support groups or provided individual or group therapy sessions during hospitalization.
  • Conducted group therapy sessions for adolescents in locked residential facility.
  • Facilitated support groups and provided individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Conducted counseling services included weekly individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Facilitate group therapy sessions with emotionally and behaviorally disturbed children.
  • Administered individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Facilitate patient group therapy sessions.
  • Developed curricula for group therapy sessions on the topics of healthy relationships and management of mental health diagnoses.
  • Facilitated group therapy sessions including: art therapy group, relaxation therapy group, etc.
  • Performed specified mental health treatment; such as co-facilitating various group therapy sessions.
  • Facilitated group therapy sessions in supportive manner that involved all group members.
  • Planned and facilitated group therapy sessions with 6-12 participants per session.
  • Led patients in individual, family, and group therapy sessions.
  • Interact in role modeling group therapy sessions.
  • Led 25 group therapy sessions each week.
  • Led and facilitated group therapy sessions.
  • Lead group therapy sessions for individuals dually diagnosed with a substance abuse disorder along with a severe and persistent mental illness.
  • Assisted in leading group therapy sessions and teaching daily coping abilities with use of Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Skills.
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  • Supervised patients Conducted group therapy sessions Maintained patient round sheets

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7. Substance Abuse

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Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Welcomed and treated individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders as having two primary conditions each requiring attention.
  • Designed and implemented groups for survivors of domestic violence, borderline personality disorder, and adolescent substance abuse issues.
  • Participated in Mental Health Community Education Project-delivered presentations to students on substance abuse and prevention.
  • Provided direct therapy for children whose parents are substance abusers
  • Conduct and maintain assessments determining substance abuse dependency.
  • Provided care primarily for chronic mental health and substance abuse problems that may be in need of long-term mental health services.
  • Conduct individual and group therapy sessions for patients suffering from mental illness as well as emotional and substance abuse problems.
  • Developed and implemented activities of daily living for consumer groups for substance abuse, and independent activities of daily living.
  • Organized and implemented recreational activities and group program planning for clients with substance abuse, homelessness and mental illness.
  • Provided effective individual and group case management in the area of addiction and psychological services with substance abuse clients.
  • Facilitated individual and group counseling for clients with mental health, substance abuse, and dual-diagnosis disorders.
  • Developed an HIV/AIDS module for behavioral health utilization with emphasis on substance abuse and best treatment practices.
  • Assisted in running the Army Substance Abuse Program, and took part in interviewing and counseling.
  • Screened and schedule appointments for callers in need of different levels of substance abuse treatment.
  • Specialized with substance abuse and addictive disorders as well as mood disorders.
  • Helped clients avoid hospitalization where possible and transferring clients to a less intensive program after significant improvement Led substance abuse groups
  • managed statewide Substance Abuse Treatment Access Program-crisis intervention, conducted training and provided oversight.
  • Prepare and make referrals for case management, placement, change of payeeship, and substance abuse programs.
  • Educate staff with professional presentations on co-occurring disorders, substance abuse and HIV/AIDS, STDs.
  • Co-facilitated a substance abuse IOP group and a weekly domestic violence perpetrator treatment group.

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8. Community Resources

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Here's how Community Resources is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Provided case management including providing community resources, referrals and linkage for minor and family as needed.
  • Provide case management on diagnosis; provide information on community resources related to diagnosis and support.
  • Provided linkage to community resources to support Individuals in developing their ability to function independently.
  • Provide patients and family members with information and linkage to appropriate community resources.
  • Provided referrals to appropriate in-district and community resources.
  • Provided referrals and linkage to community resources.
  • Provided linkage to applicable community resources.
  • Make the client aware of community resources that may assist them in attaining goals that may be set in the plan.
  • Scheduled appointments for home visits, individual, group, doctor appointments, and community resources of clients.
  • Developed and collected community resources to assist BCDSS clients and linked these clients to appropriate support services.
  • Educate clients about mental or physical illness, abuse, medication, or available community resources.
  • Assisted clients with complex case management needs and developed an extensive knowledge of community resources.
  • Provided linkage to available community resources and conducted psycho-educational, process, and AA/NA groups.
  • Coordinate and facilitate needed community resources for clients and their families.
  • Advocated for members through case management and linkage to community resources.
  • Acted as community liaison connecting clients with community resources.
  • Linked clients and their families with other community resources/services.
  • Connect clients with community resources as needed.
  • Provide clients with information on community resources.
  • Conduct adult initial assessments and formulate CCCP & annual and semi-annual updates Case management (link clients to community resources i.e.

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9. Mental Status

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Here's how Mental Status is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Conducted mental status exams, exams for involuntary crisis unit placement, substance-abuse evaluations, and assisted psychiatrist with rounds.
  • Conducted prisoner intakes and mental status evaluations.
  • Assessed patients' mental status through interviews or observations, and then provided skills teaching according to individual treatment plans.
  • Chart statements, observations, mental status, health maintenance, behaviors, assessments and plans of patients.
  • Monitored patients treatment progress and kept track of his or her mental status through behavior modification programs.
  • Performed physical exams and mental status exams, admissions, data collection, and follow up activities.
  • Monitor the consumers' treatment progress and keep track of his/her mental status per their goals.
  • Monitor a patient's treatment progress and keep track of his or her mental status.
  • Group facilitation, assessment and mental status exams, maintaining patient safety, crisis intervention.
  • Monitored patient treatment progress and kept track of mental status' via written records.
  • Assess client mental status through interviews and observations and assists in treatment planning.
  • Conducted comprehensive assessment of psychiatric history, mental status, and diagnosis.
  • Provided reports to the court regarding the mental status of the client.
  • Assess clients mental status through home visits, observations, & interviews.
  • Performed assessments of patients' mental status through interviews or observations.
  • Observed and reported on the mental status of patients receiving treatment.
  • Conduct bio-psychosocial assessments, sex offender screenings, confinement evaluations, Behavioral Risk Assessments and mental status exams.
  • Conduct psychosocial intake evaluations, mental status evaluations, diagnostic and risk assessments.
  • Conducted psychosocial and mental status assessments.
  • Assess patients' mental status through interviews or observations and then develops treatment plans or making referrals to the appropriate services.

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10. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Promote patient wellness and psychological improvement through psycho-educational group therapies, individual patient care, and unit supervision.
  • Rendered direct patient care and services to high-acuity mentally and cognitively impaired patients in the hospital setting.
  • Demonstrated expertise in mental health promotion and maintenance of high quality comprehensive patient care.
  • Provided direct assessment and monitored patient care activities, individual and group counseling.
  • Completed patient care assessments and managed complex patient situations.
  • Utilized the knowledge and skills to effectively apply all aspects of patient care within a collaborative, interdisciplinary practice setting.
  • Demonstrated expertise in the performance of tasks necessary to maintain a therapeutic milieu and optimum patient care.
  • Serve as part of an interdisciplinary team and coordinate patient care for patients receiving inpatient psychiatric care.
  • Performed first and second level quality assurance review activities of patient records and patient care plans.
  • Perform patient care necessary to implement individual treatment plans under the supervision of the registered nurse.
  • Provide direct patient care while providing therapeutic assistance with activities of daily living.
  • Assisted clients with daily living activities and provided direct patient care services.
  • Provide direct patient care under the supervision of a Registered Nurse.
  • Evaluate patient care plans with primary care team.
  • Provided direct patient care through active interaction.
  • Conducted groups and ensured patient care.
  • Aided nurses with patient care.
  • Participated with a multi-disciplined staff engaged in patient care.
  • Provided patient care in hospital settings for alcohol and drug dependent patients.
  • Assisted nurses with patient care.Charted on patients during the shift and worked in intaking, processing new patients into the hospital.

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11. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Perform and record basic nursing tasks, including vital signs, intake and output and obtaining urinalysis samples.
  • Observe and record patient s vital signs including temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiration.
  • Obtain patient vital Signs, weights, both routine, specialized, and direct patient care.
  • Monitor vital signs; assist with head to toe assessments and proper clinical documentation.
  • Measured and monitored patients' vital signs and assisted with activities of daily living.
  • Interviewed patients to obtain medical information, weight and height measurements and vital signs.
  • Assisted patients with hygiene and take vital signs and other basic nursing responsibilities.
  • Collect routine urine specimens, takes vital signs including blood pressure and weight.
  • Documented progress notes, obtained vital signs, processed admissions and discharges
  • Assisted residents with daily chores performed daily vital signs on residents.
  • Maintained documentation of patient's vital signs for floor unit.
  • Recorded vital signs assisted nurse with patient intake process.
  • Collected specimens, obtained vital signs and weights.
  • Measured and recorded vital signs.
  • Assist the nurse with taking client's vital signs.
  • Performed ekg, and frequent vital signs checks, both manually and mechanically.
  • monitor hygiene and do vital signs also charting on each for each child.
  • Run therapeutic groups Take and record vital signs.
  • Conducted therapeutic groups for patients Recorded vital signs and monitored status of patients Trained in Motivational Interviewing
  • Counseled pts, ran Lifeskills groups, documented bxs in Meditech, & assisted Charge nurse w vital signs and discharge.

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12. Anger Management

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Here's how Anger Management is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Facilitate daily psycho-educational groups/anger management groups.
  • Trained adolescents with significant functional limitations to achieve and maintain community stability through independent living and anger management skills.
  • Provide therapeutic skill building in areas such as anger management and communication.
  • Facilitated parenting support, anger management, and conflict resolution groups.
  • Develop and implement anger management and psycho-educational groups.
  • Coordinate various classes: Anger Management, Building Healthy Habits, Substance Abuse, Stress Management, Career Outlook, etc.
  • Conducted group activities, coping skills and anger management skills to children, adolescents and adults in acute psychiatric hospitalization.
  • Instructed and monitored daily living skills, parenting skills, anger management, conflict resolution, and academic planning.
  • Conduct assessments for the Courts for substance abuse, DV, anger management and general mental health assessments.
  • Provided crisis intervention for varying areas such as sexual assault, bereavement, and anger management.
  • Directed group sessions dealing with anger management, conflict resolution, assertiveness, and leisure awareness.
  • Design, implement, and taught Stress/Anger Management and Cognitive Skills classes.
  • Develop and conduct treatment program for anger management and substance abuse.
  • Facilitated a parenting skills class and an anger management skills class.
  • Co-facilitated an Anger Management Group (Aggression Replacement Training).
  • Counseled patients on self esteem and anger management issues.
  • Facilitate anger management, adherence and risk reduction educational groups.
  • Conducted group psychoeducational and anger management sessions.
  • Teached clients self-management of symptoms, behavior and anger management skills on behalf of the client.
  • Led psychoeducational groups on Mental Health, Relapse Prevention, Life Skills, Anger management, and Coping Skills.

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13. Direct Supervision

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Here's how Direct Supervision is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Provided specialized care and direct supervision for mentally ill adult, child and adolescent directed towards optimal care and rehabilitation.PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
  • Provide direct supervision to at-risk youth in a residential/milieu setting.
  • Provided specialized care and direct supervision of the children and adolescents that needed mental health or psychiatric care.
  • Provided care as a member of the unit to assigned patients under direct supervision of the Registered Nurse
  • Provided specialized care and direct supervision of the mentally ill adult, child, and adolescent.
  • Provide direct supervision to residents with daily chores and personal hygiene.
  • Direct supervision and counseling of mental health inmate case load.
  • Provide direct supervision and treatment to youth with emotional.
  • Provided direct supervision to clients during day treatment activities.
  • Provided services with a minimum of direct supervision.

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14. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Created monthly activity schedule for the residence that included community activities, independent living skills, and recreational activities.
  • Developed treatment plans and facilitated therapeutic and recreational activities on and off the unit.
  • Facilitated therapeutic activities for juvenile clients such as recreational activities and off-campus events.
  • Organized recreational activities and household responsibilities to ensure juveniles follow-through as instructed.
  • Develop, implement, supervise and evaluate therapeutic programs and recreational activities.
  • Organize, supervise and encourage patient participation in educational and recreational activities.
  • Encourage responsibility in social and recreational activities in the community.
  • Participate with residents in recreational activities/special projects as needed.
  • Planned and participated in recreational activities with youth.
  • Supervised recreational activities for the residents
  • Conducted therapeutic programs of individual, group, social, and recreational activities such as games, dances, and movies.
  • Supervised, trained and participated in a variety of social skills, developmental and recreational activities with clients.
  • Organize and supervise games and other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Transported clients to and from home visits, doctor's appointments and outside recreational activities.
  • Observe patient behaviors, record their conditions and lead them in therapeutic and recreational activities.
  • Coordinate and transport clients to medical appointments, shopping and daily recreational activities.
  • Assisted clients with meals, hygiene, homework, and recreational activities.
  • Instructed in personal habits; eating, resting and recreational activities.
  • Supervised social, physical, and recreational activities.
  • provide personal care for handicapped individuals, prepare meals, prepare medication for oral intake, provide recreational activities

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15. Medication Management

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Here's how Medication Management is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Developed and implemented individualized treatment plans for all clients, and made referrals to psychiatrist for medication management when appropriate.
  • Developed and facilitated group education around medication management, substance abuse, treatment adherence, and mental health topics.
  • Administered medications to clients and provided them with medication management education as a certified Medication Management Provider.
  • Provided medication management and educated individuals on medication management with the goal to independently take medications.
  • Worked closely with psychiatrists keeping an open line of communication regarding medication management and compliance.
  • Case management of mentally ill criminal offenders who require intensive supervision and medication management.
  • Conducted psychiatric evaluations and executed medication management for both inpatient and outpatient facilities.
  • Attend Psychiatric Evaluation and Medication Management appointments with assigned client when scheduled.
  • Educate client on importance of medication management for mental disorders.
  • Provided individual counseling, medication management and supportive services in the clinic, office, school, and community settings.
  • Teach Adult living skills to mental health clients, to include medication management, and assessing community resources.
  • Provide short term therapy until patient may be referred for ongoing outpatient therapy and medication management as needed.
  • Assisted psychiatrists with medication management, intake assessments, social support, and information & referrals services.
  • Work directly with doctors and nurses to help with encouraging patients to maintain medication management outside hospital.
  • Coordinate services with skills training, medication management, educational systems, Wraparound and ICTS.
  • Assisted clients with medication management skills.
  • Case management: short-term residential crisis facility, transitional residential treatment facility Assessment, medication management, client centered group therapy
  • Facilitated group and individual counseling sessions relating to psychosocial skills training, medication management, and crises intervention.
  • Completed logs, Treatment Plans and Psychosocial Assessments and also performs medication management with clients that are on medications.
  • Home Child Therapist); Mental Health Specialist V(Medication Management) And Employee Assistance Counselor for Worklife Hawaii,

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16. Crisis Management

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Here's how Crisis Management is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Provided leadership for mental health operations encompassing counseling, crisis management, quality assurance, and progress reporting.
  • Provided supervision of children while maintaining safety and crisis management for the resident population.
  • Provided supervision, safety & crisis management; complete documentation of resident behavior.
  • Provide crisis management as required and carry on-call crisis phone for after-hours/weekend support.
  • Provided crisis management that includes suicidal and homicidal thoughts.
  • Responded to crisis situations and provided crisis management services.
  • Provide intensive case management and crisis management services.
  • Assist with crisis management procedures during clinical/medical emergencies.
  • Provide supervision, safety and crisis management.
  • Provide crisis stabilization and crisis management.
  • Facilitated groups addressing relapse prevention, addictions, daily functioning, healthy coping skills, crisis management, and interpersonal groups.
  • Utilized trauma based therapy practices and crisis management skills in creating a safe and enriching environment for clients.
  • Provided coaching and support to line staff, supported with crisis management and rehabilitation of residents.
  • Provide continual supervision, safety, crisis management, and therapeutic interventions per treatment plans.
  • Conducted group therapy, individual therapy, and crisis management for patients on locked units.
  • Work cooperatively with other team members in providing patient care and crisis management.
  • Assist the client with crisis management, conflict management and violence prevention.
  • Provide psychotherapy, assessment, substance abuse treatment, and crisis management.
  • Help implement Crisis Management Plan on an ongoing basis.
  • Provided field services in the home and conducted Psychosocial Rehabilitative Services, Behavioral Modification, Family Support, and Crisis management.

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  • Write day treatment notes for billing and for maintaining communication with students' treatment team members including therapists and social workers.
  • Conferred with patients family members, attorneys, judges, probation officers, social workers, nurses and psychiatrist.
  • Participated in multidisciplinary team approach to patient care, which included Psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses and social workers.
  • Work as part of a team that may include psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric nurses, or social workers.
  • Work closely with psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, psychiatric nurses and other mental health professionals.
  • Collaborated with psychiatrists, social workers, and patient families and made recommendations for specialized care.
  • Provide both group and individual LCSW supervision to other social workers employed by Eastern State Hospital.
  • Case Managers, Social Workers, Counselors and Psychologist, Psychiatrist, and clerical personnel.
  • Interfaced with social workers, providers, and parents of a diverse cultural background.
  • Assisted psychiatrists and social workers with the management and treatment of mental health patients.
  • Recommended wrap-around services to probation officers and social workers upon youths' discharges.
  • Created progress reports for family court, probation officers, and social workers.
  • Maintain constant communication between patients, nursing staff, physicians and social workers.
  • Worked closely with social workers and families for updates on client's progress.
  • Maintained close working relationships with psychiatrists, RN's and social workers.
  • Participated in treatment team meetings with social workers, and psychologists.
  • Assist social workers in maintaining a friendly, therapeutic environment.
  • Consult with doctors, social workers and therapists.
  • Worked in coordination with psychiatrists, social workers and nurses as part of a multi-disciplinary treatment team.
  • Work in a team setting with social workers, counselors, and other mental health professionals.

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Here's how Counsel is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Provided triage services to incoming behavioral health referrals among 4 counseling oriented programs while maintaining and monitoring statistics of those referrals.
  • Counseled individuals to help them understand and overcome personal, social, or behavioral problems affecting their educational or vocational situations.
  • Provided outreach casework and support services including home visits, individual and group counseling, individual and family intervention.
  • Provide mental health counseling for impaired children and adolescents
  • Performed group and individual counseling.
  • Provide individual and family counseling.
  • Provide individual counseling, brief counseling and crisis intervention on a weekly schedule, monthly schedule and as needed.
  • Implement billing system for case management and counseling services rendered to clients receiving Medicaid and private insurance.
  • Use social skills to help counsel and rehabilitate both youth and parent to reach a better communication system.
  • Provide group and one on one counseling to youth who suffer with drug addiction and mental health issues.
  • Served as Discharge Planner and Helpline Counselor and participated in Liaison Committee and Master Treatment Plan Meetings.
  • Provided group and individual counseling to members of the Armed Services at the Alcohol Rehabilitation Center.
  • Counseled students in job search skills, interviewing techniques, job applications and resumes.
  • Conduct counseling to help patients transition back into normal life.
  • Provide individual counseling to students on an ongoing basis.
  • Assist other counselors and nurses with other assigned tasks.
  • Provide counsel care for clients in treatment center.
  • Provided individual counseling to low-income clients of a rural community mental health center.
  • Provided counseling to assigned patients Recognize the need of each patient and adjust communication style as needed.
  • Provided support and counseling to family members in the benchmarked Family Program.

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  • Completed quarterly and annual individual service plans.
  • Developed case management comprehensive service plans.
  • Developed appropriate treatment/service plans with clients as the means for implementing appropriate services and developing effective alliances with clients.
  • Develop and implement the written service plans and provides input on writing the plans based on the individual needs.
  • Case management services and development of individualized service plans to meet the diverse needs of the consumer.
  • Develop Individualized Service Plans specific to the youth's mental health symptoms and needs.
  • Documented all patient information including service plans, treatment reports and progress notes.
  • Develop and implement individual service plans based on needs of the individual served.
  • Maintain client base with efficient note taking and creation of Individual Service Plans.
  • Assist in developing treatment service plans focusing on client's goals.
  • Managed assigned cases and created individual service plans for each family.
  • Developed, implemented, and monitored service plans for challenging clients.
  • Completed intake, discharge and individual service plans for all residents.
  • Developed service plans that increased the potential for family success.
  • Support services and the development of individual service plans.
  • Implemented service plans & provided Utilization Review Reports.
  • Develop Individual Service Plans for at-risk youth.
  • Insured provision of service for children with Individualized Education Programs (IEP) and Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSP).
  • Maintain a caseload of 35 or more inmates Responsible for creating and implementing individualized service plans.
  • conducted treatment of individual service plans.

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Here's how CPR is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Keep current CPR certification and Certification in Therapeutic Intervention Procedures.
  • Maintain patient charts, supervise patients, provide meals, daily routine planning, CPR and First-Aid certification, patient interactions.
  • Trained in Handle with Care crisis intervention, along with First Aid and CPR though American Red Cross.
  • Completed initial training: Mental Health First Aid, CPR, and Regional Crisis Response Team Training.
  • Trained in Prevention and Management of Aggressive Behavior, CPR, and First Aid.
  • Have my CPR and First Aid license and have been properly trained regarding SAMA.
  • Certified in CPR, patient restraint, and individual mini mental status exams.
  • Train in Safe Crisis Management, CPR and First Aid.
  • Meet physical requirements to complete SAMA and CPR training.
  • Trained in current CPR and First Aid techniques.
  • Handle with Care Safety Protocol CPR/Basic First Aid
  • Trained in CPR, and Crisis Intervention.
  • Certified in CPR and Non-Violent Crisis Intervention
  • CARE, TCI, and CPR certified.
  • Instructed all employees in the use of professional crisis management, cpr/first aid and company policy orientation.
  • Trained in Handle with care, First Aid, CPR, and healthcare emergency codes.
  • Completed American Heart Association Healthcare Provider course to become certified in CPR and AED.
  • Developed Native American Parenting classes incorporating Infant/Child CPR, planned and facilitated community events.
  • Handle with Care' restraint training CPR & AED First Aid Certification.
  • Trained in P.M.A.B, CPR and First Aid.

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21. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Supervised daily activities of Severely Emotionally Disturbed children and adolescents.
  • Documented daily activities and filed in cabinets.
  • Record keeping of all daily activities including: recreation therapy, hygiene, medications, and family contact.
  • Supervised children, adolescents, and adults in their daily activities while they received in-patient residential therapy.
  • Create Treatment Plans and goals surrounding social relationships, living arrangements, daily activities, etc.
  • Assisted in the management of daily activities such as meals, school and therapeutic groups.
  • Manage the daily activities of patients such that disruption of the milieu is minimized.
  • Assist with daily activities with adolescent children who reside within a group home.
  • Planned and implements daily activities as dictated by each client's behavioral plans.
  • Assisted daily activities, meet with Health Care Consultant and family support.
  • Keep patients on track for medications, meals, and daily activities.
  • Documented individual clients' progress towards treatment goals and daily activities.
  • Assist youth boys with daily activities throughout the day.
  • Promote and teach patients independence in daily activities.
  • Interview patients and observe their daily activities.
  • Documented clients daily activities and behaviors Coordinated group activities customized towards client treatment plans and goals.
  • Planned daily activities with clients * Advocated for clients' needs
  • Documented clients daily activities on each of their personal logs
  • Monitor Clients Daily Activities at their homes * Monitor Clients Medication daily * Provided Clients with positive encouragement
  • Assist patient with daily activities of living .

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22. Dual Diagnosis

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Here's how Dual Diagnosis is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Coordinated discharge planning and conducted group psychotherapy with dual diagnosis patients.
  • Provide support and assistance to young men 13-22 with dual diagnosis, helping them to work towards a more independent living.
  • Provide mental health services and case management to individuals with dual diagnosis of severe and persistent mental illness and substance abuse/dependence.
  • Worked on the following units: Child, Adolescent, Adult Psychiatric, Dual Diagnosis, and Addictive Disease.
  • Experienced with Acute Psych, Detox, Dual Diagnosis, General Psych, Adolescents, and Developmentally Disabled Patients.
  • Provide counseling, rehabilitation and support services to those individuals with dual diagnosis further employing the stages of change.
  • Assisted clients in the management of disruptive and defiant behavior, in a dual diagnosis treatment program.
  • Work on all units; Acute Psychiatric, Dual Diagnosis and Women's General.
  • Provided therapeutic services to transition age foster youth and dual diagnosis consumers.
  • Provide home counseling to severely mentally ill and dual diagnosis clients.
  • Worked on adult psych, dual diagnosis and research study wards
  • Worked with individuals, couples, and dual diagnosis clients.
  • Monitor dual diagnosis clients with criminal backgrounds in residential setting.
  • Provide direct patient care for inpatient dual diagnosis unit.
  • Managed group participation, monitored behavior of mentally ill patients along with dual diagnosis units.
  • Co-led an intensive outpatient substance abuse group three days a week consisting of both addiction as well as dual diagnosis clientele.
  • Identified and developed a Skills Building Plan for client with Dual Diagnosis disorders.
  • Pre-screened and enrolled eligible participants, assessed for clinical disorders used the Dual Diagnosis Disorders Assessment evaluator.

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  • Facilitate and follow-up with referrals to support services and community resources in accordance with client individualized service plan.
  • Demonstrated efficiency in maintaining support services, which were vital to unit operation
  • Coordinate delivery of treatment, rehabilitation and support services for stated population.
  • Implemented educational and support services for families.
  • Provide support services to clients assigned to the ACT Team Offer clients emotional support and resources to help meet basic needs
  • Direct and coordinate the client admission process and treatment, rehabilitation, and support services in coordination with the psychiatrist.
  • Provide behavioral counseling, case management and mental health support services, to youth and their care providers.
  • Provided intensive peer counseling and support services to a case load of individuals within our system of care.
  • Provide therapy and support services for children with special needs in school, home, and community settings
  • Assisted psychiatrists and nurses in hospital's psychiatric ward by providing mental health support services.
  • Provided treatment support services such as taking vital signs, monitoring, and supervising patients.
  • Worked to improve patients-care standards by integrating the patients care needs and offering support services.
  • Provided case management and community support services for a caseload up to 15 clients.
  • Provided clinical, social, and behavioral support services to client(s).
  • Provide counseling and support services to individuals and families experiencing mental health issues.
  • Provide child counseling and family support services for the entire family.
  • Provide support services to patient as well as educating the families.
  • Provide linkage and support services to resources in the community.
  • Provided referral and support services in a community resource setting.
  • Connected clients with continued support services in the community.

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24. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Provided safe environment for patients suffering from behavioral and/or dual diagnosis issues.
  • Maintained safe environment and drafted pertinent information for review by.
  • Maintained safe environment appropriate for patient safety.
  • Job Duties: Ensuring a safe environment for patients Ensuring patients are healthy through checking vitals and maintaining Observation record
  • Monitor hallways and conduct room checks to ensure all patients are accounted for and maintaining a safe environment.
  • Provided structure and consistency on unit to promote a safe environment for patients, families and staff.
  • Maintain a therapeutic and safe environment for patients with mental illness and substance abuse issues.
  • Maintained a safe environment by regularly checking patient rooms and assisting nurses with medical needs.
  • Provide a safe environment for young men between the ages of 13 to 22
  • Observed and disciplined children in order to maintain a stable and safe environment.
  • Maintain a safe environment for all students and staff, including crisis management.
  • Maintained a safe environment for patients at the inpatient level of care.
  • Direct care with patients in inpatient psychiatric units, providing a safe environment
  • Created a safe environment in which to share their issues and concerns.
  • Manage and maintain a safe environment for patients utilizing TCI techniques.
  • Metal Health Specialist: Maintain a safe Environment for patients.
  • Maintain a safe environment for the youth and the staff.
  • Maintained a clean, healthy and safe environment.
  • Worked directly with 13-20 employees to provide patients with a safe environment to detox and, gain mental stability.
  • Assist with groups and And provide a safe environment for all patients.

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25. Casework Services

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Here's how Casework Services is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Performed responsibilities of providing counseling and casework services to mentally impaired clients.
  • Provide counseling and casework services to clients, by assessing patient's mental status through interviews or observations.
  • Provided counseling and casework services to adolescents and teens in a classroom, group and home setting.
  • Administer counseling and casework services to 25 patients, including adults and adolescents.
  • Provided counseling, therapy, along with intervention and casework services to patients.
  • Provided counseling in group and individual settings and casework services to patients.
  • Provide counseling and casework services to at-risk youth.
  • Provided counseling and casework services to patients.
  • Provide casework services for patients.
  • Provided counseling and casework services to youth with mental health/emotional/behavioral issues in a group home setting.
  • Work with a multidiscipline team to provide suitable casework services to a load of 35-40.
  • provided casework services for patients Executed daily operations of counseling treatments.
  • Provide counseling and casework services Assess patients mental health through interviews and observations Develop treatment plans Provide crisis intervention

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26. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Maintained a professional work environment with other like-minded staff members.
  • Trained to recognize and manage highly volatile personalities, ensuring their safety as well as the safety of other staff members.
  • Consult with other staff members regarding the treatment of specific students as per their Individual Education Program (IEP).
  • Administered training, clinical and administrative supervision, and advisory services for staff members in the inpatient and outpatient setting.
  • Developed and implemented training for all staff members involving soldier mental health needs including suicide awareness and battle fatigue.
  • Worked closely with other staff members as a team in order to get the best out of our students.
  • Train new staff members and educate them on how to properly interact with clients, program rules and policies.
  • Interview and screen prospective clients to determine their need for services and facilitate referrals to professional staff members.
  • 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.
  • Trained and supervised new staff members on departmental policies and procedures.
  • Assisted doctors, nurses and fellow staff members as needed.
  • Train and provide orientation and guidance for new staff members.
  • Selected and trained new staff members for residence halls.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to perform assessments.
  • Manage staff members' schedules and ensure their training and qualifications are up to date 2.
  • Conducted early trainings for teachers and other staff members during various times within the school year.
  • Supervised seriously mentally ill patients and 15 staff members .
  • Train new staff members 3.
  • program initiative Achieved clinical advancement to Mental Health Specialist II Among the first staff members to receive experiential education certification

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27. Appropriate Referrals

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  • Determine necessary treatment plans and make appropriate referrals for further impatient or out patient treatment
  • Assess consumers needs for potential vocational and employment opportunities and make appropriate referrals.
  • Assessed current level of psychological distress and made appropriate referrals and treatment recommendations.
  • Utilized community resources by providing appropriate referrals and linkages.
  • Conducted psychological assessments, intakes and completed appropriate referrals.
  • Provide appropriate referrals for children and their families seeking in depth family therapy.
  • Make appropriate referrals and provide linkage for clients with county-provided and community resources.
  • Arrange for appropriate referrals to outside agencies when necessary.
  • Make appropriate referrals for clients to obtain needed services.
  • Assess patient/family needs and make appropriate referrals.

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28. Intake Assessments

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  • Performed intake assessments and developed treatment plans for students identified with behavior problems.
  • Conduct initial intake assessments for crisis intervention, suicide prevention screening.
  • Conducted intake assessments and completed Social Security Administration applications.
  • Conducted intake assessments and provided crisis intervention.
  • Performed initial psycho-social intake assessments with patients.
  • Conducted intake assessments and preliminary health screenings.
  • Executed daily operations of one on one counseling, and intake assessments, as well as day to day patient care.
  • Collect information through mental health intake assessments, treatment planning sessions, observation and questionnaires.
  • Performed intake assessments while creating personal and confidential charts on each client admitted.
  • Conducted intake assessments and prepared daily reports on the progress of each patient.
  • Conduct intake assessments, risk assessments, suicide assessments.
  • Conducted initial interviews with clients and intake assessments.
  • Performed intake assessments and develop treatment plans.
  • Provided psychotherapy for Medi-Cal beneficiaries.Competed intake assessments to determine medical necessity.
  • Conducted intake assessments; participated in multi-disciplinary team meetings; and planned daily activities for patients.

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29. CBT

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Here's how CBT is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Assist patients in application of skills: DBT-Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and CBT-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
  • Guided patients in effective therapeutic exercises integrated from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).
  • Provide multiple forms of therapy including: DBT, CBT, IMR, as well as Drug and alcohol therapy.
  • Facilitate weekly groups counseling sessions such as CBT, Mind over Mood and other life skills groups.
  • Utilize TFCBT, Family Systems and play therapy approach to assist client with setting and achieving goals.
  • Utilized Strength based approaches, CBT, Art and play therapy to help client reduce symptoms.
  • Received training and credentialing in PCIT, Smart Singles, Seeking Safety, and TF-CBT.
  • Conducted individual therapy utilizing strategies such as CBT, DBT, and MI.
  • Facilitate CBT, treatment goal, and recreational group sessions.
  • Run Therapeutic CBT group sessions for patients of all ages.
  • Administer therapeutic CBT group sessions and provide direct patient care.
  • Provide TF-CBT to adolescent males ages 13-18.
  • Facilitated Therapeutic CBT group sessions 4.
  • Facilitate Therapeutic CBT group sessions Maintain all patient documentation and records.
  • Conducted individual and group counseling sessions employing various therapeutic techniques including CBT, Task Centered Model, and play therapy.
  • Developed individualized service plans through use of CBT, SFT, and MI Provided case monitoring for at-risk clients.
  • Facilitate Therapeutic CBT group sessions Provide direct patient care under the supervision of a Registered Nurse.
  • Gather all patient health data, conduct CBT therapeutic groups.
  • Utilized different modalities such as Psychoeducation, CBT, Crisis Intervention, Client Centered, and Solution-Focused.
  • Run CBT groups Complete patient health data and records Maintain a safe and therapeutic milieu including crisis intervention Q15 observation rounds

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30. Conflict Resolution

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Here's how Conflict Resolution is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Facilitate therapeutic groups geared toward conflict resolution, developing coping skills, and enhancing critical thinking skills.
  • Trained in conflict resolution and behavioral dynamics, capable of accurately observing and reporting of patient conditions.
  • Facilitated evidenced-based psycho-educational and social skills groups with an emphasis on peer mediation and conflict resolution.
  • Facilitated group counseling sessions on topics such as conflict resolution, family/peer relationships and academics.
  • Assess crisis situations; defuse situations using conflict resolution and crisis management techniques.
  • Utilize crisis intervention, cognitive behavioral restructuring, and conflict resolution.
  • Promote positive communication and conflict resolution skills to form healthy relationships.
  • Involved in conflict resolution during crisis situations.
  • Provide patient advocacy and conflict resolution.
  • Used conflict resolution to prevent incidents, and quickly resolve potentially violent outbreaks in an ever changing work environment.
  • Led groups based on independent living, life skills, teen issues, conflict resolution, and addictions.
  • Lead support groups, advocacy, individual and family counseling, and conflict resolution as needed.
  • Aided in the development of social and conflict resolution skills to clients and families.
  • Displayed problem solving, cooperative, negotiating skills and conflict resolution strategies.
  • Counseled clients around daily living needs and concerns, including conflict resolution.
  • Worked with students with extreme aggression while focusing on conflict resolution.
  • Teach social and conflict resolution skills.
  • monitor patient behavior and make assessments on positive and negative behaviors, conflict control and conflict resolution strategies.
  • Core Strengths: -Telephone Inquires -Multi-line Phone Usage -Conflict Resolution -Strong client relations - Courteous demeanor

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31. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Maintained competency in medical terminology, infection control medical records, charting, crisis intervention as well as administrative procedures.
  • Manage electronic medical records and prepare clinical documentation for clients using Medi-Cal billing procedures.
  • Maintain medical records; completes all administrative and statistical reports as required.
  • Maintain patient medical records under HIPAA regulations and other accrediting requirements.
  • Charted patient behaviors in medical records, both electronic and physical
  • Performed thorough and extensive clinical medical records documentation.
  • Documented in medical records and behavioral observation sheets.
  • Recorded patient progress in the electronic medical records system and discussed the information with the treatment team to facilitate patient care.
  • Write medical summary reports based on the relevant information in the assessments and medical records to support SSI/SSDI applications.
  • Analyzed information from intake interviews and medical records to assess patient abilities, needs, and eligibility for services.
  • Ensured smooth client flow by ensuring prompt attention to pulling client charts and necessary medical records.
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results in Electronic Medical Records.
  • Communicate with patient physician, Attorneys, and institutions in request for medical records.
  • Performed quarterly internal audits (clients' medical records and human resources files).
  • Maintain outstanding medical records in compliance with agency policies and state regulations.
  • Monitor medical records, And update clinical and nursing notes.
  • Participated in peer review of medical records for auditing purposes.
  • Updated electronic medical records for doctors and staff review.
  • Chart observations in client's medical records.
  • Engaged with children individually to meet their emotional and physical needs.Medical Records Tech: Maintained strict patient and physician confidentiality.

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32. CPI

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Here's how CPI is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Teach coping skills, and reflection techniques *Utilize proper restraint techniques such as CPI
  • Assist with crisis intervention, (CPI) maintains treatment activities.
  • Trained in and utilized Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) techniques.
  • Certified in Crisis Prevention (CPI) training.
  • Certified in CPI (crisis intervention technique).
  • Deescalated behavior using CPI techniques.
  • Maintained CPR and CPI certification.
  • Trained in CPR and CPI.
  • Certified new staff on CPI (Crisis Prevention Intervention).
  • MAP, CPI, CPR, BBP, AED -Certifications Administer Meds Skill Building/Life Skills/CBFS Manage multiple processes/duties for clients
  • insure the safety and comfort of persons during a crisis and/or mental break CPI certified CPR certified First Aid

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33. Residential Setting

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Here's how Residential Setting is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Teamed with other human services professionals to develop Skills System Dialectical Behavior Therapy for treatment in a residential setting.
  • Provide counseling and casework services to adolescents with multiple mental health diagnoses in a therapeutic residential setting.
  • Provide support to students with Developmental Disabilities and Behavioral Disorders in an educational and residential setting.
  • Provide psycho-educational group activities to severely emotionally disturbed children in a day treatment and residential setting.
  • Provided direct care/supervision and care for intellectually disabled adolescents in a residential setting.
  • Monitor clients with development disabilities in a residential setting and intervene as necessary.
  • Counseled and supervised adults in a residential setting while performing as shift supervisor.
  • Functioned as a member of the treatment team for children and adolescents receiving psychiatric treatment in a residential setting.
  • Worked in a residential setting with teenagers and young adults who were suffering from various types of mental illnesses.
  • Key Results: -Taught life skills to clients with behavior and conduct disorders in a residential setting.
  • Supervised and assisted teenagers with behavioral and mental health problems with daily living in a residential setting.
  • Supervised adolescent females in a residential setting struggling with Axis I and Axis II disorders.
  • Monitored and maintained 24 mental health young girls ages 13-17 in a residential setting.
  • Work with children in placement with various mental diagnoses in classroom and residential settings.
  • Established and maintained a positive environment for at-risk youth in a residential setting.
  • Manage 10 staff and 9 residents in a residential setting.
  • Provide services to youth in a multiple diagnosis residential setting.
  • Provided supervision to youth in a residential setting.
  • Conduct therapeutic groups in inpatient and residential setting Assist patients with development of coping skills
  • Monitored and controlled the environment of a therapeutic milieu in a residential setting Aided clients in crisis situations.

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34. Medical Staff

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  • Conduct concurrent medical record review using specific indicators and criteria as Approved by medical staff.
  • Monitored patients' behavior patterns and reported observations to medical staff.
  • Communicate clinical findings in writing, as well as through consultation with Behavioral Health Unit Staff and Medical Staff as needed.
  • Provide consultation to Correctional Staff and Medical Staff in Jail setting around issues of emotional health and mental health disorders.
  • Participate in treatment team meetings with medical staff, educational staff, residential staff, and community providers.
  • Monitor patients' physical and emotional well-being and report unusual behavior or physical ailments to medical staff.
  • Supported medical staff with clients that were experiencing a crisis due to severe mental health distress.
  • Answered phone calls from family members, medical staff, and other facilities.
  • Monitor patients' physical and emotional well- being and report to medical staff.
  • Assisted individuals in comprehending doctor orders and expressing their concerns to medical staff.
  • Consulted with and trained with highly skilled mental health and medical staff.
  • Case management and treatment plan development in coordination with medical staff.
  • Assist medical staff, doctors and social workers with treating patients
  • Report changes in clients' behavior to medical staff.
  • Conduct psychological assessments Provide psychotherapy to children Consultation with educational and medical staff Case-management Conduct Intake evaluations Conduct seminars on various topics

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35. Clinical Staff

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Here's how Clinical Staff is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Collaborated with other clinical staff in implementing and evaluating Individual Service Plan.
  • Assisted clinical staff in discharge planning and aftercare recommendations.
  • Provide feedback to doctors and other clinical staff to help determine the best course of treatment for each individual patient.
  • Trained clinical staff with county regulations in the following areas; policies, clinical procedures, billing and ethics/HIPPA.
  • Work with clinical staff and adhering to the behavior management system, maintaining confidentiality and documenting progress of youth.
  • Entered data into patient charts, chart auditing, and tracking patient behaviors for the clinical staff.
  • Monitor inmate mental health progress, and coordination with clinical staff on inmate treatment.
  • Attend Clinical staff meetings and present cases based upon need for additional services.
  • Interacted with clinical staff and external resources such as school or community personnel.
  • Consulted with clinical staff regarding the progress of youth in the facility.
  • Interfaced with parents and clinical staff to provide thorough care to patients.
  • Consulted with clinical staff on clinical issues related to care of children.
  • Collaborate with clinical staff on how to handle special needs patients.
  • Worked cross-functionally with clinical staff as part of a casework team.
  • Assisted clinical staff and clients with translation and interpretation English/Spanish.
  • Trained all clinical staff in the clinic's intake process.
  • Documented and shared observations of patients' to clinical staff.
  • Served as liaison between patients and other clinical staffing.
  • Interact and communicate with other clinical and non-clinical staff.
  • Performed translation for psychiatrists and other clinical staff.

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36. ADL

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  • Document services provided regularly, concisely, and completely in accordance with clinical standards by office deadline.
  • File paperwork following company guild lines/deadlines and protecting patient confidentiality.
  • Maintained records of treatment and provided ADL to focus on positive behaviors for community based living.
  • Educated clients regarding diagnoses outcomes, ADL's, IADL's, exercise and goal setting.
  • Assist with everyday living group sessions (ADL), document patient behavior and status.
  • Assisted clients with completion of ADL s and maintaining treatment plan goals.
  • Completed and submitted all case plans to meet agency and state deadlines.
  • Meet weekly billing deadlines and file other claims according to payer specifications.
  • Trained orientation employees on how to assist patients with ADL's.
  • Engaged with individuals to enhance ADL's and reintegrate into community.
  • Demonstrated the ability to work under pressure and met deadlines.
  • Assist patients with ADL's and other basic needs.
  • Redirect patients and assist in ADLS.
  • Assist youth with ADL's.
  • Provide supportive and emergency response to clients, as needed Provide quality redirection, supervision, and training on ADL
  • Assist with housing, food, substance abuse programs and other resources to manage ADLs
  • Engage patients in therapeutic activities .ADL's and run group programs.
  • Facilitated daily treatment groups and assisted with client ADLs.
  • Assisted clients with appointments, ADLs and coping skills.
  • Assisted with ADL's, crisis intervention and de-escalation using restraint protocol when required.

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37. Positive Role Model

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Here's how Positive Role Model is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Provided a positive role model for children, families, volunteers, and staff.
  • Severed as a positive role model for residents.

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38. de-Escalation Techniques

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  • Utilized therapeutic communication skills, including crisis management and de-escalation techniques to ensure safety of youth.
  • Incorporated advanced de-escalation techniques alongside pro-active planning to maintain a safe and therapeutic environment.
  • Identified patient behaviors that contribute to the development of a crisis and utilized de-escalation techniques
  • Utilized positive behavior modification methods, restraint tactics, and de-escalation techniques.
  • Applied de-escalation techniques, crisis intervention, and management of aggressive behavior.
  • Demonstrate proper de-escalation techniques using Crisis and Intervention Prevention.
  • Utilized crisis intervention, de-escalation techniques as needed.
  • Utilize verbal and physical de-escalation techniques.
  • Utilized appropriate crisis intervention and de-escalation techniques in response to situations that place patient or other patients at risk.
  • Provide De-escalation techniques and intervention for physical and verbal aggression and Preceptor for new employees.
  • Utilized preventative and de-escalation techniques that are consistent with Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI).
  • Trained in de-escalation techniques to maintain appropriate action to avoid power struggle with patients.
  • Used de-escalation techniques to help clients stay in the least restrictive setting as possible.
  • Implemented group and one on one crisis intervention and de-escalation techniques with residents.
  • Assist with admission, discharge and de-escalation techniques and progression of restriction intervention,
  • Used effective verbal de-escalation techniques with aggressive/assaultive student behavior, and supported school staff in using these techniques.
  • Completed training in team building, management of assaultive behaviors and de-escalation techniques.
  • Managed pre-crisis and behavioral crisis situations using de-escalation techniques.
  • Utilized de-escalation techniques to de-escalate situations.

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39. PSR

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Here's how PSR is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Provide weekly/bi-weekly CPST and PSR services for children and adults whom suffer from different mental illness and emotional disorders.
  • Provide individual and group therapy PSR and CPST in home and community based setting according to treatment plans.
  • Work with disadvantaged and disabled children, teens, and adults to do PSR and CPST.
  • Provided PSR and CPST services within the clients home or school.
  • Work with families and individuals using CPST and PSR.
  • Provide PSR and CPST services in the community.
  • Provided individual Community Psychiatric Support and Treatment (CPST) and Psychosocial Skills Rehabilitation (PSR) services in the community.
  • Provided individual and group CPST and PSR in community-based settings such as schools, homes, andother confidential locations.
  • Key responsibilities included providing CPST and PSR services to individuals assigned to caseload and attending monthly trainings.
  • Provide PSR and/or CPST services to clients with behavioral, emotional, and/or mental health issues.
  • Deliver PSR and CPST services to members ages 4-21 with mental disorders and psychosocial problems.
  • Administer PSR (psychosocial rehabilitation) to adults and children in a community setting.
  • Provided CPST and PSR services to clients indifferent settings ranging from school toin-home base.
  • Provided individual Psychosocial Skills Rehabilitation (PSR) services in the community.
  • Assist with proper documentation and peer reviews Works in the field with clients providing CPST and PSR services to assigned clients.
  • Provided CPST/PSR services to minors in both the home and school settings Conducted parenting sessions in the home Conducted reassessments
  • Provide community based services CPST,PSR, and crisis intervention

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40. Stress Management

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Here's how Stress Management is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Provided assistance to interdisciplinary treatment team and co-facilitated training of staff members for suicide prevention and stress management.
  • Provide crisis intervention and critical incident stress management services.
  • Provided educational and stress management classes.
  • Present or facilitate a variety of health and wellness programs, including stress management, suicide intervention, and smoking cessation.
  • Educate inmates on stress management, anger management, relaxation, substance abuse recovery, and coping skills.
  • Provided psycho-educational groups such as anger and stress management, and relaxation training to over 1500 offenders.
  • Designed and facilitated treatment groups including stress management, behavior modification, and life skills.
  • Worked with individuals; promote self-esteem, stress management and emotional health.
  • Implemented Clinical Criteria, Stress Management, and Depression.

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41. Medication Administration

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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Assisted consumers in skill development, community integration, medication administration, and activities in the community.
  • Provided medication administration and supportive counseling for patients and families.
  • Provide crisis intervention and routine medication administration.
  • Assist person supported with daily living requirements including but not limited to meal preparation, medication administration, and personal care.
  • Assist with medication administration to ensure compliance with prescribed dosages and timeframes.
  • Assist consumers in skill development, Provide side by side support with community integration Medication administration Assist residents in community activities.

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42. DBT

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Here's how DBT is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Utilized solution focused therapy, DBT skills, Art therapy and established appropriate boundaries with clients for optimal care.
  • Planned and led weekly anxiety, Pre-DBT, and emotional skills groups.
  • Facilitate and co-facilitate psychotherapy groups to include DBT and DID group.
  • Lead therapeutic groups for inpatients based on evidence-based DBT skills.
  • Facilitate the Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) group.
  • Led a number of psychotherapy groups including DBT.
  • Worked individually with DBT patients.
  • Trained in DBT, MI, TFCBT and CPT.

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43. Ptsd

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Here's how Ptsd is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Provide daily structure and support for active/veteran military adult clients experiencing various degrees of PTSD and drug addiction.
  • Provided therapy to a caseload of over 100 women diagnosed with PTSD, depression, and psychosis.
  • Experience working with civilians and veterans diagnosed with PTSD, Bi-Polar, Borderline, Schizophrenia, etc.
  • Addressed issues of relapse/recidivism, anger management, trauma/PTSD, and affect regulation with male inmates.
  • Facilitated Seeking Safety Meetings for clients dual diagnosed with substance abuse and PTSD.
  • Provided daily individual and group counseling for clients with SUDs, PTSD and various DX.

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44. Medi-Cal

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Here's how Medi-Cal is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Case management; brokerage services; pharmaceutical assistance; chart documentation and managed Medi-Cal and various insurance concerns.
  • Maintained thorough documentation according to state Medi-Cal standards using Microsoft Office programs.
  • Conducted weekly audits to ensure documentation was in compliance with Medi-Cal regulations.
  • Complete documentation that meets Medi-Cal and county standards utilizing electronic record-keeping software
  • Assisted clients by managing and/or obtaining Medi-Cal and Social Security benefits.
  • Complete clinical progress notes in accordance with Medi-Cal documentation guidelines.
  • Completed daily and weekly documentation in accordance with Medi-Cal guidelines.
  • Maintained appropriate case recording documentation/progress notes as per Medi-Cal guidelines.
  • Documented all client interactions for Medi-Cal reimbursement.
  • Report to supervisors about client progress by maintaining Medi-Cal compliant progress notes and treatment plans.
  • Assisted clients with obtaining General Relief, food stamps, Medi-Cal, SSI/SSDI.
  • Collaborate with other team members and record data into Medi-Cal documents.
  • Documented and billed Medi-Cal for mental health services provided.
  • Manage daily Medi-Cal documents for each client.
  • Experienced with Medi-Cal style billing and treatment planning
  • Conducted thorough biopsychosocial assessments of transitional aged youth (16-24) using Medi-Cal documentation.
  • Managed treatment planning, case notes, and billing through Medi-Cal's Avatar system.
  • Completed Medi-Cal billing paperwork for all billable services in a timely manner.
  • Completed progress notes according to county sand Medi-cal standards.
  • Completed Medi-cal documentation in a timely manner.

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45. Adhd

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Here's how Adhd is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Provided intensive in-home therapy for Felix-class youth diagnosed with ADHD, Conduct and Bipolar Disorders, and Depression.
  • Provided individual therapy to clients struggling with clinical depression, ADHD, substance abuse, and aggression.
  • Specialized in treating children and adolescents with depression, bipolar, ADHD and other mental health issues
  • Assisted Psychiatrist with group therapy for ADHD children between the ages of five to fourteen.
  • Work with young boys with ADHD and Anger Problems.
  • Teach Coping Skills to Adolescents diagnosed with ADHD, OD, and many other diagnosis.

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46. ISP

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Here's how ISP is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Conducted behavior assessment of patients, dispensed medications, and monitored patient behavior.
  • Functioned as a Mental Health Specialist within disproportionately affected populations.
  • Worked independently and on teams to support data analysis, position papers and service disparity with focus on assessment and prevention.
  • Participated in case disposition meetings with case managers, clinicians, psychiatrist, and other treatment team staff.
  • Facilitated individual and group therapy sessions to clients as related to approved ISP (individual service plan) goals
  • Provide skills development according to Individual Service Plan (ISP) under the direction of the LMHP.
  • Work to develop treatment plans and develop ISP for those who are determined to require such.
  • Modified client ISP's, wrote treatment notes, and prepared notes for client meets/hearings.
  • Partner with treatment providers in implementing and evaluating the ISP which indicates client progress made.
  • Displayed sensitivity to the cultural and linguistic needs of the clients and families served.
  • Resolve dispute among the residents and at times with staff.
  • Group and individual counseling, dispensing and knowledge of psychotropic medications, clinical records and documentation Experience
  • Utilize personal protective equipment and blood borne pathogen and hazard waste disposal procedures while performing phlebotomy tasks and cleaning vital machines.
  • Assist in coordinating services for the member and family within the community, following the strategies developed in the ISP .
  • Looked into the matters, concerns, and issues of the clients regarding the raw materials and furniture dispatched.
  • Provided clinical assessments, consultation/trainings to staff and clients regarding treatment/ISP goals approved by mental health therapist.
  • Assisted in identifying mental health and nursing diagnoses, treatment, patient education, and disposition planning.
  • Observe and monitor member's progress toward established goals in the ISP .
  • Managed caseload of 35-55 clients * Completed individual client ISP/Assessment Updates * Developed/Implemented individual coping skills for clients aged 6-19 yrs.
  • Help clients reach their ISP goals .

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47. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Supervised daily group therapy sessions with 5 adolescents which were used for the development and review of IEP records.
  • Supervised staff in an intensive day treat program *Child advocacy in IEP plans *Case Management *Case consultation
  • Collaborated with public school system to better assess, determine and process students receiving IEP's.
  • Supervised clinical application of child's treatment IEP in partnership with Head Start classroom.
  • Write reports for IEP's and attend IEP meetings for all assigned students.
  • Schedule and counsel students with IEP's on a weekly basis.
  • Follow IEP's PCP's and complete documentation on services provided.
  • Assisted parents with advocacy for their children in IEP school meetings.
  • Make suggestions and recommendations for IEP and regular educations students.
  • Attend IEP meetings with school to ensure comprehensive care.
  • Participated in IEP meetings and court hearings.
  • Impart classroom instructions in accordance to IEP.
  • Attended and participated in training programs, inter-agency case conferences, and IEP meetings, as appropriate.
  • Ensured that 90% of children receiving services through an IEP were provided in a timely manner.
  • Provided feedback and input on best practicesin Student Support Teams, IEP and 504meetings and Truancy Court.
  • Attend weeklymeetings, attend IEP's, MIT's, TDM's.

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48. RN

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Here's how RN is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Managed turnover logs and conducted shift-to-shift pass down with accurate turnover information.
  • Facilitate morning goals groups and evening wrap-up/relaxation groups.
  • Act as a liaison with external agencies and functions on teams with other clinical & support staff.
  • Analyzed client health & behavior patterns; collaborated with care team to find appropriate solutions.
  • Follow command policies and procedures for the administration and documentation of scheduled and PRN medications.
  • Assess incoming clients and help patients prepare to return home or to transitional housing.
  • Clean and disinfect rooms and furnishings to maintain a safe and orderly environment.
  • Care for children who do not often have the ability to care in return
  • Provide college preparation workshops for clients with mental health issues and learning disabilities.
  • Maintained service logs and turns them in on a weekly basis.
  • Reduced turnover rates by 25% within 6 months of hire.
  • Provided supervision to five master's level interns.
  • Developed Intern training materials and clinical office forms.
  • Record and document patients' behavior pattern.
  • Trained (counseling) program interns.
  • Provide individual counseling and deliver earned consequences in a consistent manner.
  • Received training in Crisis Response Management from Orange County Unified School District, Costa Mesa, California.
  • Covered a maternity leave for a coworker).
  • Provided community career exploration for The Corner mental health population.
  • Received 60 hours Practitioner Training in Time Line Therapy from Dr. Jane Battenberg in Costa Mesa, California.

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49. Anxiety Disorders

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50. DMH

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Here's how DMH is used in Mental Health Specialist jobs:
  • Provide appropriate services as defined under ODMH Certification Standard including counseling, community support and interpretation for Spanish speaking clients.
  • Provided and documented targeted case management and mental health rehabilitation services within DMH guidelines.
  • Conducted intake assessment and provided home visit treatment sessions to Foster children referred to County DMH funded Katy A Program.
  • Completed clear, concise, and timely documentation in accordance with Department of Mental Health (DMH) regulations.
  • Prepared Department of Mental Health (DMH) clinical progress notes on clients and the progress of rehabilitation groups.
  • Direct care outreach work with a caseload of up to 25 DMH referred clients in the north shore region.
  • Provided targeted outreach, engagement and educational activities to Latino individuals and families for ISM DMH Model.
  • Accommodate and assist SCDMH Public Safety Officers with providing basic medical and mental health care.
  • Complete DMH Assessments, CAFAS, CCCP, DCFS reports and documentation in Sigmund.
  • Complete DMH annual assessments and discharges to meet county deadlines and procedures.
  • Completed DMH (Department of Mental Health) documentation.
  • Work with DOR/DMH consumer in eliminating barriers to employment.
  • Complete DMH and Medi-Cal billing and paperwork.
  • Experience in working with EBP's, DMH, and CARF requirements.
  • Facilitate emergency drills/evacuations/trainings with co-workers and clients in effort to maintain ODMH Safety Guideline Standards.
  • Developed Individual Service Plans (ISPs) that met ODMH, OSADAS, and HIPPA requirements and Medicaid regulations.
  • Maintained client records satisfactory to DMH standards (i.e.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Mental Health Specialist

Mental Health Services

24.4%

Crisis Intervention

20.8%

Treatment Plans

13.7%

Behavioral Issues

10.2%

Independent Living

4.6%

Group Therapy Sessions

3.7%

Substance Abuse

3.6%

Community Resources

2.7%

Mental Status

1.9%

Patient Care

1.7%

Vital Signs

1.7%

Anger Management

1.6%

Direct Supervision

1.4%

Recreational Activities

1.3%

Medication Management

1.3%

Crisis Management

1.2%

Social Workers

1.2%

Counsel

1.1%

Service Plans

1.0%

CPR

1.0%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Mental Health Specialist

Rank Skill
1 Mental Health Services 20.9%
2 Crisis Intervention 17.8%
3 Treatment Plans 11.7%
4 Behavioral Issues 8.7%
5 Independent Living 4.0%
6 Group Therapy Sessions 3.2%
7 Substance Abuse 3.1%
8 Community Resources 2.3%
9 Mental Status 1.6%
10 Patient Care 1.4%
11 Vital Signs 1.4%
12 Anger Management 1.4%
13 Direct Supervision 1.2%
14 Recreational Activities 1.2%
15 Medication Management 1.1%
16 Crisis Management 1.1%
17 Social Workers 1.0%
18 Counsel 1.0%
19 Service Plans 0.9%
20 CPR 0.8%
21 Daily Activities 0.8%
22 Dual Diagnosis 0.7%
23 Support Services 0.7%
24 Safe Environment 0.6%
25 Casework Services 0.6%
26 Staff Members 0.6%
27 Appropriate Referrals 0.6%
28 Intake Assessments 0.5%
29 CBT 0.5%
30 Conflict Resolution 0.5%
31 Medical Records 0.5%
32 CPI 0.5%
33 Residential Setting 0.4%
34 Medical Staff 0.4%
35 Clinical Staff 0.4%
36 ADL 0.4%
37 Positive Role Model 0.4%
38 de-Escalation Techniques 0.4%
39 PSR 0.4%
40 Stress Management 0.4%
41 Medication Administration 0.4%
42 DBT 0.4%
43 Ptsd 0.4%
44 Medi-Cal 0.4%
45 Adhd 0.4%
46 ISP 0.4%
47 IEP 0.4%
48 RN 0.3%
49 Anxiety Disorders 0.3%
50 DMH 0.3%
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