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Top 41 Psychotherapist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Psychotherapist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Psychotherapist resumes they appeared on. For example, 33.5% of Psychotherapist resumes contained Group Therapy Sessions as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Psychotherapist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Psychotherapist

1. Group Therapy Sessions
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Here's how Group Therapy Sessions is used in Psychotherapist jobs:
  • Co-facilitated mindful meditation group therapy sessions.
  • Facilitated individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Facilitate child, adolescent and adult group therapy sessions with issues ranging from mild depression to active psychosis.
  • Administered both individual and group therapy sessions among client ages 25-65 with traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries.
  • Plan five group therapy sessions weekly and make copies of therapeutic handouts and develop topics for discussions.
  • Conduct outpatient individual and group therapy sessions on- and off-site to children and families.
  • Provide in home individual psychotherapy, sibling, family and group therapy sessions.
  • Facilitated group therapy sessions for TBI victims on social and life skills.
  • Conducted group therapy sessions, individual counseling, and family meetings.
  • Conducted individual and group therapy sessions with pediatric patients and families.
  • Conduct grief and loss group therapy sessions in community-based programs.
  • Conducted individual, couples, and group therapy sessions.
  • Meet with clients in individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Provided individual, family and group therapy sessions.
  • Conduct small group therapy sessions.
  • Facilitated group therapy sessions with clients on the adolescent and adult units Maintained up-to-date clinical notes
  • Provide depth and relational therapy services for individuals, couples, and families Create and lead group therapy sessions

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2. Treatment Plans
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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Psychotherapist jobs:
  • Developed and implemented empirically informed collaborative treatment plans to address clients' individual needs and goals.
  • Developed, utilized and evaluated individualized treatment plans for clients and their families.
  • Provided written treatment plans and other required documentation to insurance companies.
  • Completed diagnostic assessments and maintained detailed treatment plans.
  • Develop individualized treatment plans for clients.
  • Conduct intake assessment; generate case conceptualizations, diagnoses, treatment plans and maintain timely and confidential records.
  • Keep accurate and detailed progress notes and treatment plans for a case load of 15 clients.
  • Develop therapeutic and treatment plans based on clients' interests, abilities, and needs.
  • Completed clinical assessments and treatment plans to guide treatment and establish discharge guidelines.
  • Assessed and developed crisis and treatment plans with all clients.
  • Devised diagnostic formulations, wrote treatment plans and provided referrals.
  • Developed and implemented treatment plans and modified when needed.
  • Created treatment plans to service client needs.
  • Coordinate treatment plans for case management.
  • Updated treatment plans as needed.
  • Document patient progress and complete other patient documentation as required Create and update individual treatment plans
  • Developed and maintained psychosocial histories and treatment plans on patients as well as discharge planning.
  • Develop treatment plans, conduct biopsychosocial evaluations and diagnose patients using the DSM-IV-TR
  • Performed biopsychosocial assessments and created goal oriented treatment plans in conjunction with a multi-disciplinary treatment team.
  • Conduct biopsychosocial assessments, intakes, prepare progress notes, treatment plans and termination reports, referrals .

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3. Mental Health Services
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Here's how Mental Health Services is used in Psychotherapist jobs:
  • Provided mental health services to emotionally disturbed and mentally ill patients in inpatient and outpatient psychiatric settings.
  • Provided mental health services to a caseload of thirty-two emotionally and behaviorally special needs youth.
  • Develop Treatment Plans and provide referrals to community-based mental health services.
  • Supervised second-team therapists as the lead therapist in providing mental health services to intensive in-home psychotherapy program clients and their families.
  • Provided assessments, crisis stabilization, child, adolescent, and adult mental health services, individual and couples therapy.
  • Provide mental health services to evaluate for mental illness and make a tentative diagnosis in an outpatient psychiatric setting.
  • Provide mental health services in my private practice such as Individual Therapy, Family Therapy and Couple Therapy.
  • Participate in the review and development of programs, policy, and research protocols within mental health services.
  • Provide outpatient mental health services to adolescents and adults, including individual, family and couples therapy.
  • Provided mental health services in an out-patient clinic, in-home, or in-school settings.
  • Provide mental health services to children, adolescents, and their families.
  • Offer mental health services for preteens, teens, and adults.
  • Provide mental health services as they transfer out into the community
  • Perform diagnostic intake evaluations, including psychosocial interviews, for individuals and/or families seeking mental health services with the agency.
  • Provide offsite counseling and mental health services to children, adolescents, and adults in Baltimore City and Baltimore County
  • Provide mental health services to individuals and their families challenged by a HIV+ or AIDS diagnosis.
  • Conduct biophychosocial assessment for children, adolescents and adults seeking mental health services.

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4. Anxiety Disorders
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  • Created and implemented a cognitive behavioral group for individuals with anxiety disorders.
  • Worked with clients with major mental illness, specifically: depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, PTSD, ADHD and addiction/recovery.
  • Addressed a range of conditions, including thought and mood disorders, impulse-control conditions, anxiety disorders, and personality disorders.
  • Provided individual treatment from multiple orientations to individuals with anxiety disorders, depression, hoarding, trauma, and adult ADHD.
  • Employed full-time in private group practice to provide individual and group therapy to clients with anxiety disorders and phobias.
  • Treated couples and families, AODA issues, depression, PTSD and other anxiety disorders.
  • Specialized in treatment of trauma, anxiety disorders and addictions.
  • General private practice treating anxiety disorders, depression, mood disorders, OCD, grief and loss.
  • Specialized in anxiety disorders, ADHD, PTSD, and ASDs.

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5. Crisis Intervention
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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Psychotherapist jobs:
  • Provide solution focused and cognitive-behavioral therapy, clinical assessment and crisis intervention services for individuals, couples, families and youth.
  • Provided individual, couples and family psychotherapy, case management, clinical documentation and crisis intervention.
  • Provided crisis intervention to all campus residents for stabilization purposes.
  • Performed crisis intervention services as necessary for client stabilization.
  • Provided on-call crisis intervention services through police departments.
  • Utilize crisis intervention strategies to ensure patient safety.
  • Shared responsibility for after hour clinical crisis intervention.
  • Performed crisis intervention services to all campus residents.
  • Completed psychological and crisis intervention evaluations.
  • Performed crisis intervention services as needed.
  • Provided crisis intervention when needed.
  • Conducted individual initial phone intakes, mental health assessments and interviews, crisis intervention/telephone sessions and well-being checks for all clients.
  • Provided psychiatric treatment, crisis intervention and case management services to mentally-ill residents of Elm-York Home for Adults.
  • Conduct crisis intervention, stress management and therapy to individuals, couples, families and groups.
  • Provided individual, family, collateral, group therapy and crisis intervention.
  • Conducted crisis interventions with children, adolescents and families as need.
  • Provide crisis intervention during and after business hours.
  • Provided crisis intervention and consults to ER.
  • Provide crisis intervention as needed.
  • Experienced in a variety of treatment modalities, including problem solving and crisis intervention techniques.

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6. Intake Assessments
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Here's how Intake Assessments is used in Psychotherapist jobs:
  • Completed patient intake assessments including diagnosis and development of goals for treatment planning.
  • Perform psychiatric screenings/evaluations/intake assessments to local community to assess risk/indication for psychiatric treatment.
  • Conducted intake assessments, created personalized treatment plans and provided skill development.
  • Conducted intake assessments and provided ongoing psychotherapy to both children and adults.
  • Performed intake assessments for potential clients and provided individual weekly psychotherapy services
  • Completed intake assessments in IOP setting for Borderline Personality Disorder, Bi-Polar disorder and other mood disorder, young adults.
  • Conduct intake assessments for individuals seeking services, as well as performed crisis screening assessments.
  • Perform intake assessments including Violence & Suicide Risk Assessments & initial treatment planning.
  • Document all patient information including intake assessments, treatment reports and progress notes.
  • Completed comprehensive intake assessments, diagnosis, progress notes and discharge reports.
  • Conduct diagnostic Intake assessments for mental health and substance abuse clients.
  • Provide intake assessments using the DSM IV for diagnosing clients.
  • Perform psychometric trauma intake assessments, formulate treatment approaches, direct intervention process and conduct addiction recovery counseling.
  • Developed intervention strategies and treatment plans Prepared clinical reports; evaluations intake assessments and diagnostic assessments.
  • Conducted comprehensive clinical intake assessments focusing on psychosocial and biological aspects of clients.
  • Conducted intake assessments (biopsychosocial assessment).
  • Provision of out-patient mental health services to adults and adolescents, via Intake Assessments, and individual and group therapy
  • Provide intake assessments, biopsychosocial evaluations, treatment planning and review, individual and family therapies.
  • Carry a part time case load of adults and children completing intake assessments and psychotherapy.
  • Conduct intake assessments Diagnose clients using the DSM-5 Provide psychotherapy to individuals

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7. Trauma
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Here's how Trauma is used in Psychotherapist jobs:
  • Utilized evidence-based and trauma informed interventions specific for children and adults with developmental disabilities.
  • General practice with specialization in trauma-informed treatment.
  • Provide individual psychotherapy to children, young adults and their families, experiencing trauma related mental health issues and chronic illness.
  • Provide counseling to adults struggling with adjustment issues, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and broad range of psychological difficulties and crises.
  • Focus of work: Chemical dependency, anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and loss, and relationship issues.
  • Implement Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy model with clients meeting criteria for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
  • Conduced individual and conjoint therapy including trauma and substance abuse treatment with adults, couples, and adolescents.
  • Assist individuals with addictions, adjustment disorders, anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD and life skills.
  • Specialize in working with Borderline Personality Disorders, Bipolar Disorders, Anxiety, Trauma and Depressive Disorders.
  • Provided individual, family and group therapy to immigrant and refugee clients who experienced trauma.
  • Support for clients who have experienced trauma, military or otherwise that resulted in PTSD.
  • Provided therapy to children who were dealing with the trauma of physical and sexual abuse.
  • Provide trauma focused, evidence-based ongoing treatment for children, parents and families.
  • Specialize in treatment for victims of trauma.
  • Play therapy with children who experienced trauma.
  • Work with complex trauma victims.
  • Provided sexual trauma evaluations and developed and implemented treatment plans as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
  • Specialized in Trauma-Based Therapy as well as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
  • Performed psychosocial evaluations and assessments, focused on the treatment of sexual abuse and trauma, ADD/ADHD and oppositional deviant disorders.
  • Provided trainings to pre adoptive parents regarding grief, trauma and attachment.

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8. Substance Abuse
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Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Psychotherapist jobs:
  • Facilitate weekly substance abuse recovery groups for individuals at varying stages of recovery.
  • Performed diagnostic assessments including substance abuse evaluations for courts and probation officers.
  • Developed and facilitated substance abuse and dual diagnosis programming.
  • Performed numerous substance abuse evaluations as a Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) per Department of Transportation (DOT) guidelines.
  • Specialized in young adult issues such as depression, self esteem, substance abuse, underachieving and family relationships.
  • Conducted psychotherapy and substance abuse counseling with adults, families and children in their homes and in schools.
  • Formulated and executed treatment plans for a client population that was general but heavily skewed to substance abuse.
  • Counseled individuals and groups regarding emotional problems such as sexual abuse, substance abuse and family dysfunction.
  • Assessed and implemented treatment plans for survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and substance abuse.
  • Created and lead a family treatment orientation group for substance abusers and their families.
  • Completed assessments, diagnosis and treatment of substance abuse and eating disorders.
  • Work with adults with mental health and substance abuse disorders.
  • Provide Substance Abuse therapeutic interventions to clients and their families.
  • Diagnosed mental health, emotional and substance abuse disorders.
  • Assist with Substance Abuse Educational Group.
  • Provide psychodynamic psychotherapy to adults and adolescents with emphasis on mood disorders and substance abuse.
  • Contracted and consulted with the Florida Department of Corrections as a forensic evaluator and substance abuse therapist from 1986 to 1998.
  • Complete psychosocial assessments, mental health assessments, substance abuse assessments, including rule 25, using DSM V criteria.
  • Maintained wholelistic case management to violent offenders, substance abusers and parole violators working their way through the program.
  • Provided psychosocial intake assessments, individual, family, child, and substance abuse services.

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9. Private Practice
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Here's how Private Practice is used in Psychotherapist jobs:
  • Licensed private practice in psychotherapy including individual, marital and family counseling; group therapy; teens at risk; www.anxietytherapy.org
  • Provided psychotherapy part-time in private practice setting.
  • Owned and operated private psychotherapy private practice.
  • Worked with young adults and adults suffering from childhood trauma and disorders similar to those currently treat in private practice.
  • Developed and conducted part-time private practice providing short-term, solution focused psychotherapy for individual, couples, and groups.
  • Licensed Mental Health Practitioner providing individual, couple, family and group counseling services in a private practice setting.
  • Provide both short and long-term psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and children in a private practice setting.
  • Provided psychotherapy to adults, children, and families on an outpatient basis in private practice.
  • Provide psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults in a private practice setting.
  • Established a thriving private practice serving both the mental health and substance abuse populations.
  • Provided individual, family, and couples therapy in a private practice setting.
  • Maintain a small clinical private practice with various populations and variety of settings.
  • Diagnose and treat children, adolescents and adults in private practice setting.
  • Own and operate a psychotherapy and art therapy private practice
  • Provide psychotherapy to clients in outpatient private practice setting.
  • Owned and managed successful private practice.
  • Used evaluative techniques, developed and implemented therapeutic treatment plan in private practice setting.
  • Launched a growing private practice that offered psychotherapy and consultation services.
  • group private practice; Northern Virginia.
  • Provide individual therapy to adults Attend monthly group supervision Develop private practice and network with colleagues

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10. Ptsd
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Here's how Ptsd is used in Psychotherapist jobs:
  • Utilized Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and dynamic psychotherapy to alleviate symptoms of anxiety, depression and PTSD.
  • Position Psychotherapist specializing in PTSD recovery
  • Facilitated groups for local girls' group home, women suffering from PTSD, and children's summer day camp.
  • Train staff and clinicians in understanding stress, PTSD, Complex PTSD, and working with traumatized clients.
  • Experience with PTSD (combat related and other), Traumatic Brain Injury, and Military Sexual Trauma.
  • Complete psychiatric assessments and evaluate military personnel and their families around issues of deployment, reintegration and PTSD.
  • Provide counseling at inpatient setting for persons suffering from addictions, depression, eating disorders, or PTSD.
  • Provide therapeutic services to clients with range of Diagnosis including Clinical Depression, Borderline Personality Disorder, PTSD.
  • Specialized in treating clients with PTSD via Prolonged Exposure (PE), an evidence based treatment.
  • Licensed clinical therapist treating a variety of mental health issues including addiction, PTSD and family/couples therapy.
  • Provided outpatient psychotherapy to veterans with PTSD, sexual trauma, and other mental health issues.
  • Facilitate seminars and workshops e.g., treatment planning, ACOA, PTSD, and childhood trauma.
  • Managed local crises and provided ongoing support for clients struggling with PTSD.
  • Specialized in PTSD, sexual abuse survivors and eating disorders.
  • Prolonged Exposure therapy training and certification for PTSD, 2011.
  • Focus on anxiety and PTSD related issues.
  • Focus on PTSD and developmental trauma.
  • Retired) * Psychotherapy with adult populations; specializing - relationship issues, depression/anxiety, PTSD, trauma and abuse issues.
  • Work part-time as a private psychotherapist specializing in mood disorders, PTSD, and peripartum adjustment.
  • Conducted clinical trainings on topics such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy, PTSD and Bipolar Disorder.

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11. Psychodynamic
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Here's how Psychodynamic is used in Psychotherapist jobs:
  • Utilize cognitive behavioral, acceptance and commitment, gestalt, interpersonal, psychodynamic, Christian and family systems theoretical orientations.
  • Provide mental health therapy to adults, adolescents and children using psychodynamic and person-centered approaches.
  • Provided weekly individual psychodynamic therapy to geriatric patients in a community mental health clinic.
  • Received individual supervision for treatment cases focused on psychodynamic theory and technique.
  • Facilitate long-term psychodynamic eating disorder groups and spirituality awakening group for women.
  • Lead/co-led psychodynamically oriented process groups for late adolescents and early young adults
  • Employed Cognitive-Behavioral, Psychodynamic and Dialectical Behavioral techniques and interventions.
  • Provide individual psychodynamic, CBT and supportive psychotherapy to adults.
  • Use of both insight-oriented psychodynamic strategies and cognitive-behavioral strategies.
  • Applied psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral therapy techniques.
  • Play therapy, psychodynamic interventions.
  • Provided psychodynamic model therapy for individuals, groups, couples and families.
  • Provided individual psychodynamic therapy for adults, children, and families.
  • Provide individual psychodynamic psychotherapy to adults, children, and couples.
  • Provided supportive and psychodynamic psychotherapy to children, adolescents and families in individual, couples and family modalities.
  • Utilized yoga and meditation as adjunctive interventions in addition to more traditional cognitive behavioral and psychodynamic techniques.
  • Utilize psychodynamic techniques, cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, relational life therapy, and psychoeducation.
  • Utilize psychoanalytic, psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral and hypnotherapeutic techniques.
  • Work from a psychodynamic base incorporating CBT, EMDR, and behavioral techniques as apppropriate.
  • Provide therapeutic counseling to adults, teenagers and couples from a psychosocial, system, psychodynamic/attachment theory lense.

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12. Anger Management
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Here's how Anger Management is used in Psychotherapist jobs:
  • Designed and implemented staff development program on issues of cultural sensitivity, domestic violence and anger management.
  • Provided counseling for adults and children with emotional difficulties such as anger management and anxiety.
  • Provide psychological evaluations and anger management counseling for those court-mandated to receive assessments and treatment.
  • Provide outpatient anger management therapy to patients.
  • Conducted anger management and substance abuse assessments.
  • Facilitated anger management groups for women.
  • Facilitate weekly anger management skills groups.
  • Assist with facilitating anger management groups.
  • Treated clients struggling with issues including Schizophrenia, Bipolar disorders, Anxiety, Depression, Life Transition and Anger Management.
  • Work with individuals who have engaged in sexually abusive behavior, anger management problems or need assistance developing coping skills.
  • Implemented behavioral strategies to address anger management, violence, teenage pregnancy, conduct disorders, and public health issues.
  • Provide court-ordered anger management group therapy, first-time sex offender group therapy, write progress notes, and supervise interns
  • Specialized in Anger Management, Counseling for Anxiety Disorders, Mood Disorders, Abuse, and Substance Use Disorders.
  • Conduct anxiety, depression, self esteem, anger management and ADHD groups of therapy.
  • Lead DUI Education classes, Anger Management, Adolescent Life Skills groups and Therapy Groups.
  • Provided groups for students on grief, stress management, and anger management.
  • Specialize in substance abuse, trauma and anger management issues.
  • Co-facilitated 12-week anger management groups for men and women.
  • Led anger management groups for youth in area schools and counseling at the Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center.
  • Conducted classes in communication skills, grief and loss recovery, anger management, and Systematic Training for Effective Parenting.

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13. Domestic Violence
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Here's how Domestic Violence is used in Psychotherapist jobs:
  • Provided trauma focused psychotherapy at licensed mental health clinic to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • Provided individual, group, and family psychotherapy to domestic violence referrals
  • Performed client histories and individual, family and group psychotherapy for victims/perpetrators of domestic violence and rape and substance abuse.
  • Group presentations to clients seeking clinical services about HIV prevention, contraceptives, domestic violence and other social issues.
  • Experience in supportive therapy with victims of domestic violence, rape, and child sexual abuse survivors.
  • Provide psychotherapy to individuals coping with trauma, addiction, grief and loss and domestic violence.
  • Provide crisis counseling including assessing suicide risk, substance use, domestic violence and child abuse.
  • Provided crisis counseling, assessed and treated individuals, groups and families affected by domestic violence.
  • Conducted Domestic Violence Assessments and Mental Health Assessments to clients referred by the Circuit Court.
  • Provide trauma inform therapy to victims of domestic violence as well as family counseling.
  • Experience working with victims of domestic violence, sexual abuse and the LGBT community.
  • Helped develop program to put satellite treatment centers into domestic violence shelter.
  • Conducted staff education on Suspected Child Abuse Reporting and Domestic Violence.
  • Implemented training to squadrons and commanders on domestic violence issues.
  • Assess for domestic violence, including victims and perpetrators.
  • Worked with substance abuse and domestic violence.
  • Provide individual therapy and advocacy for women in Pre-Transitional Program who are victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • Co-facilitated psychoeducational domestic violence group serving court-ordered and voluntary, male and female batterers.
  • Identified and coached clients through transitional changes including geographical, career change, health issues, and domestic violence.
  • Provided psychotherapy for children ages 9 to 16 - Case population included victims of domestic violence ADD/ADHD, PTSD

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14. Family Psychotherapy
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Here's how Family Psychotherapy is used in Psychotherapist jobs:
  • Utilized clinical assessment, individual and family psychotherapy and general social work skills to establish and promote client permanency goals.
  • Provide individual, group, marital, adolescent and family psychotherapy to multiple substance abuse and alcohol abusing populations.
  • Provide bilingual and multicultural mental health services including individual, couples, and family psychotherapy.
  • Provide daily individual and family psychotherapy sessions and facilitate weekly group therapy sessions.
  • Provide adults and adolescents with individual therapy, couples counseling, and family psychotherapy
  • Provide individual and family psychotherapy using strengths based approach and evidence based techniques
  • Facilitate group, individual and family psychotherapy in a private practice setting.
  • Provided individual and family psychotherapy to pediatric patients receiving cancer treatment.
  • Conducted individual, group and family psychotherapy in public elementary school.
  • Provided individual and family psychotherapy for children and adolescents with disabilities.
  • Performed individual and family psychotherapy to residents to complete treatment goals.
  • Assist member in coping with individual counseling and family psychotherapy.
  • Provided individual, couples, and family psychotherapy to adults
  • Provided individual/family psychotherapy to adolescents, adults and couples.
  • Provide individual and family psychotherapy.
  • Provide Individual, couples, and family psychotherapy, meet agency productivity goals, and complete progress notes.
  • Provide individual, group, and family psychotherapy to children, adolescents, adults, and geriatrics.
  • Group, individual and family psychotherapy to veterans, emphasizing PTSD, depression and anxiety.
  • Provided individual and family psychotherapy (15 clients per week part-time).
  • Provided integrative evidenced-based outpatient behavioral and mental health individual, group, and family psychotherapy services/interventions (i.e.

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15. Community Resources
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Here's how Community Resources is used in Psychotherapist jobs:
  • Developed a new and integral network of community resources and related providers for appropriate patient referrals.
  • Provided referrals to community resources and collaborate with mental health professionals in the community.
  • Provided psycho-education on signs/symptoms of trauma and community resources to clients.
  • Provided linkage between clients and appropriate community resources.
  • Leveraged community resources as appropriate.
  • Evaluate, counsel and refer clients to more appropriate mental health providers within the organization or to community resources when indicated.
  • Collaborated with parents, homeless shelters, schools, and other community resources and contacts to ensure positive patient outcome.
  • Collaborated with teachers, counselors, doctors, parents, and community resources on behalf of the student.
  • Identify, compile lists of, develop links with, and refer clients to appropriate community resources.
  • Conducted assessments, coordinated care with case management, primary care physicians, and community resources.
  • Refer clients, or family members to community resources or to specialists as necessary.
  • Connect client with outside community resources and other relevant professionals, as needed.
  • Assist in linking consumers and families to available services and community resources.
  • Initiate referrals to other service providers and community resources as needed.
  • Identify needs in order to refer clients to appropriate community resources.
  • Assisted clients in filing of applications and accessing community resources.
  • Assess for family needs and refer to community resources.
  • Make a connection between client and community resources.
  • Provide referrals to community resources as needed.
  • Provide community resources, support & education .Coordinated care with medical & psychiatric providers in obtaining stabilization.

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  • Experience with trauma, ADHD, ODD/CD, personality disorders, anxiety and depressive disorders, autism spectrum disorders.
  • Specialized in depression, anxiety, GLBTQ issues, ADHD, military health, and fertility counseling and assessment.
  • Provided group therapy for children diagnosed with ADHD.
  • Served as a blind rater for studies for depression by Eli Lilly for Wellbutrin and a drug for ADD/ADHD.
  • Specialize in the treatment of children and adolescence with ADHD and Aspergers syndrome.

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17. Clinical Supervision
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Here's how Clinical Supervision is used in Psychotherapist jobs:
  • Provide individual, marital/family, and group psychotherapy; consultation and clinical supervision.
  • Provided clinical supervision to social work intern and clinical consultation to unit staff.
  • Provided clinical supervision to individual clinicians and the group of school-based therapists.
  • Provided Clinical Supervision, psychotherapy services to individuals, couples and families.
  • Provided clinical supervision to other staff psychotherapists and counselors within the facility.
  • Participate in clinical supervision and program development to improve client services.
  • Provided clinical supervision to staff Counselors and Social Work Psychotherapists.
  • Provided clinical supervision for co-workers and graduate social work students.
  • Provide clinical supervision to new and more experienced clinicians.
  • Provide clinical supervision and instruction to students.
  • Provided Clinical Supervision to Licensed Social Workers
  • Provided individual, couples, family and group therapy as well as clinical supervision to other therapists.
  • Accomplished more than 400 hours of clinical practice and more than 150 hours of clinical supervision.
  • Provided weekly clinical supervision for master level clinicians providing trauma treatment to children ages 4-18.
  • Utilize strategies and interventions per PCP and clinical supervision in providing treatment to consumers.
  • Track clinical supervision hours in compliance with all state licensing requirements.
  • Participated in weekly clinical supervision, treatment planning meetings and professional trainings in evidence-based treatment.
  • Completed clinical supervision and training to obtain the License as a Clinical professional counselor in Illinois.
  • Provide clinical supervision to three psychotherapists as well as supervise a Fordham Advanced Standing Intern.
  • Provide clinical supervision to MFTi and ASW interns collecting clinical hours towards licensure.

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  • Provide crisis intervention and contracting for suicide and violence, child abuse/neglect, high-risk psychiatric hospital referrals
  • Mandated reporter of physical/verbal child abuse and/or intentional and unintentional neglect.
  • Participated in Case Review Committees for child abuse and neglect cases and determined findings.
  • Conducted group therapy sessions for adult survivors of child abuse and battered women.
  • Provided on-call duties for Family Advocacy Program involving spouse and child abuse.

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Here's how EAP is used in Psychotherapist jobs:
  • Delivered a full complement of therapy and EAP services for a managed care-oriented group psychotherapy practice.
  • Provide individual and collateral therapy to adults, children and adolescents, as well as provide brief intervention/counseling to EAP clients.
  • Collaborated with Halliburton Company in 2003 to implement initial In-Country EAP services to contract civilian team members in Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Provided group, family, and individual psychotherapy as well as EAP services and traumatic stress debriefings.
  • Provide Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP, Level 1 Registration) to children, adolescents, families.
  • Conduct EAP orientation, health fairs, and Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Counseling.
  • Address workplace issues through EAP, managed care, and private pay.
  • Provide short-term therapy services for Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) clients.
  • Completed in person EAP assessments, referrals and short term counseling services.
  • Provided individual and marital therapy, EAP assessments, counseling and referrals.
  • Provided EAP contract services for the US Postal Service and Toyota.
  • Performed assessment, referral, and short-term EAP counseling.
  • Interact and negotiate with insurance companies and EAP programs.
  • Maintained a large caseload of EAP clients.
  • Provided EAP services for several companies.
  • Maintained EAP and Manage Care contracts.
  • Provided EAP services to employees.
  • Contracted credentialed provider for most managed care organizations as well as with many nationwide EAPs.
  • Conducted evaluations, short-term counseling and employee trainings for corporate EAP contracts.
  • Contracted with most major managed care organizations and nationwide EAPs.

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20. Dual Diagnosis
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  • Provide individual psychotherapy for dual diagnosis clients.
  • Service provided to individuals with primary diagnosis of mental health, primary diagnosis of substance use disorder, and dual diagnosis.
  • Conduct chemical health/ rule 25, assessments, dual diagnosis assessments, group therapy and individual psychotherapy.
  • Specialize in Psychosomatic & Health Issues, Traumatic Brain Injury, Dual Diagnosis Specialist.
  • Place special emphasis on dual diagnosis, substance abuse / dependence anxiety and depression.
  • Provided in- home behavioral therapy sessions among DCFS clients and adolescents with dual diagnosis.
  • Facilitate Young Adults Group focusing on clients between ages 18-29 with dual diagnosis.
  • Maintain caseload of approximately 6-8 patients who present to treatment with dual diagnosis.
  • Complete chemical health assessments and referrals for clients with dual diagnosis issues.
  • Case Management, Assessment, Discharge of Schizophrenic and dual Diagnosis patients.
  • Served as intake coordinator for admissions and managed dual diagnosis program.
  • Provided dual diagnosis treatment to outpatient clientele.

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21. Emdr
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Here's how Emdr is used in Psychotherapist jobs:
  • Diagnosed, formulated individualized treatment plan, and facilitated healing using evidence-based psychotherapy (CBT, Motivational Interviewing and EMDR).
  • Trained in EMDR & cognitive-behavioral therapy.
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a powerful method of psychotherapy used to treat a variety of conditions.
  • Administered trauma recovery & psychotherapy to adults in the outpatient clinic, & provided EMDR supervision to fellow NHS clinicians.
  • Provide psychotherapy to private clients using EMDR where appropriate, focusing on life challenges, substance abuse/addiction, bereavement.
  • Utilized EMDR, CBT, DBT/mindfulness training, and existential therapy within a holistic framework of practice.
  • Level II training I received from Francine Shapiro, the originator and developer of EMDR.
  • Treated PTSD with EMDR therapy, eating disorders, substance use disorders and mood disorders.
  • Incorporate Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) in work with appropriate patients.
  • Provided EMDR to individuals experiencing panic disorder, anxiety or trauma related issues.
  • Certified in EMDR, a specialized treatment for trauma, in 1993.
  • Perform EMDR and other trauma treatment methods.
  • Use of CBT, CPT, EMDR, support, etc.
  • Conduct therapy sessions using empirically based treatment protocols such as EMDR, MBSR and CBT.
  • Perform EMDR, CBT and other methods of psychotherapy, based on clients needs.

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  • Developed clear, objective therapeutic progress notes and documented progress for insurance companies.
  • Collaborated with schools, psychiatrists, managed care/insurance companies and other pertinent professionals.
  • Documented medical necessity to insurance companies to secure authorizations for service provision.
  • Contacted insurance companies to obtain client benefit information and authorizations for treatment.
  • Communicated with insurance companies regarding authorizations, application process and payments.
  • Contacted 6 commercial insurance companies and secured authorizations for treatment.
  • Procured credentialing with numerous insurance companies.
  • Maintained required documentation in an EHR for Medicare, Insurance Companies, Managed Care Organizations (MCO) and Rule 132.
  • Serve as a liaison between third party insurance companies and psychiatric patient to assist with care coordination post discharge.
  • Provided clinical updates to managed health care reviewers and insurance companies for length of stay certification.
  • Contracted with state and private insurance companies and managing up to date client records.
  • Implemented workshops for insurance companies related to anger, stress management and grief.
  • Maintain relationships with Insurance Companies and those who provide referral services.
  • Worked with insurance companies on denied or rejected claims.
  • Work with insurance companies to manage therapeutic services offered.
  • Worked with insurance companies to get authorizations for services.
  • Submitted therapeutic notes to insurance companies for billing purposes.
  • Managed care provider for most insurance companies.
  • Performed intakes which included a biopsychosocial assessment, managed treatment plans, progress notes and corresponded with insurance companies.
  • Prepared treatment plans for various insurance companies addressing diagnostic issues and tracking progress made by patients in therapy.

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23. Dsm-IV
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  • Provided therapy for individual adults and groups, collaborated with multidisciplinary psychiatric team, and completed comprehensive DSM-IV medical evaluations.
  • Interviewed and evaluated clients' diagnosis using the DSM-IV, upon admission into The Guidance Center's Co-Occurring Disorder Clinic.
  • Utilized DSM-IV-TR diagnostic criteria to clinically assess clients for an Axis I diagnosis and for needs and services.
  • Used DSM-IV for diagnosis and was responsible for assessing clients' need for psychiatric evaluation.
  • Diagnose patients utilizing DSM-IV TR * Maintain updated chart documentation in accordance with OMH standards.
  • Diagnosed individuals using DSM-IV/V to help facilitate care for individuals experiencing mental health issues.
  • Completed diagnostic assessments, functional assessments, and rendered diagnosis using DSM-IV.
  • Used DSM-IV-TR to accurately diagnosis presenting problems using the 5-axis scale.
  • Assessed and conducted DSM-IV-TR diagnosing for each individual client.
  • Assess individual and family needs, using the DSM-IV-TR.
  • Licensed to provide full DSM-IV coded diagnoses.
  • Performed interview assessments, making DSM-IV diagnoses.
  • Diagnose utilizing DSM-IV TR in conjunction with bio-psychosocial perspective
  • Developed treatment plans (DSM-IV) and provided one-on-one therapy to clients during the course of the plan.
  • Maintain caseload of 14 consumers with DSM-IV diagnosis .

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24. Stress Management
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  • Provided inpatient and outpatient individual and group therapy, psychological assessments, stress management and AIDS education.
  • Conducted mental health awareness, relationship issues and stress management workshops for community groups and university students.
  • Led outreach presentations for students regarding stress management.
  • Counseled individuals and families on topics ranging from self-esteem, stress management, and suicide to addiction and substance abuse.
  • Assisted clients with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, psychosis, trauma, anger and stress management.
  • Prepared and instructed stress management and relaxation classes for weekly, evening Headache Center.
  • Facilitate individual therapy and meditation coaching - Conduct mindfulness-based stress management and self-help workshops
  • Planned and administered behavior modification and stress management therapy.
  • Facilitate groups on stress management, symptom management, depression, anxiety, and intense emotions management for diverse populations.

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25. Social Workers
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Here's how Social Workers is used in Psychotherapist jobs:
  • Provided supervision to Licensed Social Workers preparing for clinical exam.
  • Contacted doctors, teachers, social workers, psychiatrists and probation officers to allow for continuity of care for clients.
  • Provided supervision to social workers and clinical psychologists who were looking to build their practices and develop their clinical skills.
  • Consult with other professionals including psychologist, social workers, and provide referrals as needed to other community services.
  • Worked collaboratively with Psychiatrists, Physicians, Psychiatric Nurses, Case Managers, Insurance providers and hospital-based social workers.
  • Trained social workers in understanding the needs of migrant workers, and the isolation of the rural poor.
  • Worked in conjunction with Psychiatrists, Social Workers, Psychiatric Nurse, Occupational Therapist and Art Therapist.
  • Network with clinical therapists, social workers and psychiatrists and refer students to outside services if necessary.
  • Served as part-time Psychotherapist in group practice of psychologists, social workers, and a physician.
  • Worked with individual families and multiple county social workers as part of a treatment team.
  • Worked in the office collaborating with social workers as well as in the field.
  • Collaborated with probation officers and social workers to develop a treatment plan for clients.
  • Collaborate with client's physicians, psychiatrists, school social workers and case Managers.
  • Collaborated with case managers and social workers for client care plan meetings.
  • Provide training and coaching to staff of clinical social workers.
  • Provide supervision for therapists, counselors, and social workers.
  • Report reports to attorneys, judges and social workers.
  • Provide supervision to a staff of clinical social workers.
  • Participate in multi-disciplinary team of psychiatrists, social workers and psychologists.
  • Presented at clinical case conferences and participated in a multi-disciplinary team of psychiatrists, psychologists, and clinical social workers.

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26. Medicaid
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  • Completed justification for continued stay and provided clinical reports for medicaid and private insurance companies.
  • Maintained appropriate records for professional standards and Medicaid funding.
  • Provide in-home services for elderly and disabled clients who are on Medicare and/or Medicaid and unable to drive to office appointments.
  • Maintained collateral contacts on behalf of client's treatment and document services according to OMH and Medicaid regulations.
  • Improved agency client charts to be well above audit standards of Medicaid and Office of Behavioral Health.
  • Create and update client treatment plans and implement interventions while maintaining Medicaid requirements.
  • Served as a Medicaid and a public health insurance provider.
  • Accepted most private insurance plans as well as Medicare/Medicaid.
  • Communicate with Medicaid UR specialists to authorize treatment.
  • Performed clerical office duties and filed third party Medicaid reimbursement claims.Provided direct psychotherapy counseling services to nursing home residents.
  • Complete Necessary documentation for Medicaid billing (i.e.
  • Worked in a multi-discipline team environment with regular case reviews, status reporting and Medicaid billing.
  • Conduct Process and Activity Groups Write Biopsychosocial assessments for intake patients Assist with Medicaid preauthorization and discharge planning Counseling for crisis patients

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27. Relationship Issues
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  • Worked with transgender, codependency, depression, anxiety, grief/loss, identity, and relationship issues.
  • Conducted short-term therapy with adults struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, and relationship issues.
  • Performed relevant psychotherapeutic interventions with clients dealing with mood and personality disorders as well as relationship issues.

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28. Life Transitions
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  • Provided drop-in therapy services for residents experiencing difficulty coping with life transitions and stress.
  • Counseled adults and older adults by providing support and assistance with life transitions, treatment planning and interpersonal difficulties.
  • Addressed diverse client needs including mood and thought disorders, trauma, chronic pain, and life transitions.

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29. Diverse Population
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Here's how Diverse Population is used in Psychotherapist jobs:
  • Provided individual, marital, and family therapy for a diverse population, and performed psychological evaluations and report writing.
  • Conducted comprehensive psychological assessments on diverse population of individuals with various reasons for referral.
  • Practice has experience and sensitivity to culturally diverse populations.
  • Provided psychotherapy services for a diverse population.
  • Provide individual/couples psychotherapy to a diverse population.
  • Provided therapy for a diverse population.
  • Provided individual, couple, and family therapy to a diverse population of adults, adolescents, and children.
  • Worked with a culturally diverse population with deep respect and honoring for individual belief systems.
  • Work directly with a diverse population of 200+ children, adolescents, and families.
  • Addressed the needs of a diverse population with a broad range of diagnoses.
  • Provide individual, couples, family and group therapy to a diverse population.
  • Provided therapy for a diverse population at the Guidance Center of Brooklyn Heights
  • Employed extensive expertise in working with diverse populations.
  • Worked with a large and diverse population.
  • Administered initial psychosocial assessments and designed individualized treatment plans for a culturally diverse population.
  • Provide individual assessment, treatment planning and psychotherapy services to socio-culturally diverse population.
  • Conducted psychotherapy groups for diverse populations with depression, anxiety, schizoaffective, bipolar and more.
  • Provide individual and couples counseling to a culturally and socio-economically diverse population utilizing both long and short term treatment modalities.
  • Provided psychotherapy to a diverse population Performed intake interviews and screenings Prepared, presented, and evaluated case studies
  • Work with diverse populations of all ages, ethnicities, and full spectrum of Axis I and Axis II .

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30. Crisis Management
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  • Coordinated emergency intervention and facilitated crisis management.
  • Provide therapy for children, adolescents, and adults*Provide crisis management services for clients in need of hospitalization*Maintain records of clients
  • Evaluated clients referred for services, including crisis management, treatment planning, and developed therapeutic approaches accordingly.
  • Managed confidential files, provided diagnostic assessments, interventions and crisis management.
  • Developed and implemented crisis management strategies to solve problems.
  • Provided therapeutic intervention to facilitate crisis management.
  • Provided individual therapy and crisis management.
  • Provided crisis management as needed.
  • Provided crisis management and stabilization.
  • Provided diagnostic assessment, individual and family psychotherapy, and crisis management to children, adolescents, and adults.
  • Created and updated treatment plans and crisis management plans with individuals according to their strengths and needs.
  • Performed regular crisis management as needed; Facilitated intake and discharge process for all clients.
  • Maintained CANS, CPR, First-Aid, and crisis management certifications on a continuous basis.
  • Assess for risks, provide crisis management/interventions, and resources to ensure safety of clients
  • Provide assessment, intake, case management, treatment planning and crisis management.
  • Provided individual, couples, addiction, crisis counseling, and crisis management.
  • Conducted client assessments, goal setting, crisis management, and progress notes.
  • Provided threat assessments, crisis management, and family interventions as required.
  • Provide crisis management child and family counseling to families in crisis.
  • Utilized de-escalation methods, performed crisis management, executed 302 procedures.

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31. Adult Clients
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  • Deliver individual outpatient psychotherapy to adult clients utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and insight oriented psychotherapy.
  • Conducted weekly individual therapy with adult clients facing interpersonal difficulties and age-appropriate developmental concerns.
  • Talented at working with developmentally disabled and severe and persistent mentally ill adult clients.
  • Provide individual weekly psychotherapy for high-functioning adult clients.
  • Provide Individual and/or Family therapy for adolescence/adult clients.
  • Provide individual outpatient therapy to children, adolescents and adult clients.
  • Provided case management services for adult clients with dual diagnoses.
  • Conducted individual therapy and treatment planning with adult clients.
  • Provided Mental Health treatment to adult clients.

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32. New Clients
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  • Conduct individual assessments/intakes of new clients.
  • Maintained own caseload and reached out in a timely, professional manner to potential, new clients.
  • Conducted intake and assessments for new clients.
  • Conducted diagnostic assessments with new clients.
  • Provide psychotherapy to individuals and families * Conduct individual assessments/intakes of new clients.
  • Program Director Expanded business development via community presentations and blogs to bring in 50+ new clients.
  • Conduct intake screenings of new clients, provide mental status exams, and psychosocial assessments.
  • Conducted psychosocial and intake assessments for new clients, provided referrals and concrete services.
  • Provide initial psychosocial assessment and diagnosis for new clients.
  • Completed all intake information for new clients, first on paper, then on "Credible" EHR.

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33. Lcsw
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  • Provided clinical supervision for LCSW candidates.
  • Attended weekly individual supervision under Cheryl Levine, LCSW-R and weekly peer supervision with therapist colleagues.
  • Continue education including DSM V study, and maintenance of HIPPA, and LCSW licensing credential.
  • Will be an LCSW after completing the final exam in the near future.
  • Attended weekly supervision with LCSW-C for guidance and monitoring of cases.
  • Received weekly supervision from LCSW and Child Psychiatrist.
  • Supervised by Linda K. Brewer, LCSW #6850.
  • Received and participated in group and individual supervision with on-site LCSWs and Psychologists
  • Developed and presented In-Service training programs to health care team Provides Supervision for LCSW
  • Provided clinical supervision for two MSW colleagues seeking licensure as LCSW clinicians.
  • Completed 1500 hours towards LCSW Receives weekly supervision
  • Received weekly supervision from onsite LCSW!
  • Thank you for considering, Irena Roitgarts, LCSW
  • Participated in an interdisciplinary team (RNs, MDs, PAs, LCSWs, PhDs).

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34. Clinical Staff
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  • Worked with clinical staff in development of understanding unconscious process.
  • Provided leadership and management to administrative and clinical staff.
  • Collaborated with clinical staff in the development and execution of the plan of care, and achievement of goals.
  • Collaborated with clinical staff, and medical team to develop crisis intervention services, cognitive behavioral plans.
  • Consult with clinical staff, teachers and parents/caregivers to identify adolescents in need of services.
  • Coordinated the purchase of clinical assessments, developed and led training for clinical staff.
  • Trained in trauma-informed therapeutic services by clinical staff at the Domestic Abuse Project.
  • Interacted with clinical staff and external resources such as school or community personnel.
  • Participate in clinical staffing of assigned cases with the Psychiatric Unit.
  • Formulated treatment plans and coordinate with all clinical staff members.
  • Work with clinical staff in the conduction of family workshops.
  • Interviewed and trained new clinical staff.
  • Served as consultant for clinical staff.
  • Provided computer training for clinical staff as well as computer and agency training for incoming per diem staff.
  • Lead quarterly clinical staffings and treatment team meetings designed to track clients' progress toward independencegoals.

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35. Weekly Supervision
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  • Maintain professional standards in documentation and receive weekly supervision to discuss cases.
  • Conducted weekly supervision with Medical Director of Inpatient Psychiatric Unit.
  • Participated in peer review process during weekly Supervision sessions.
  • Attended weekly supervision meetings and obtained independent clinical license
  • Translate during psychiatric appointments and attend weekly supervision.
  • Received weekly supervision from organization's clinical supervisor.
  • Participated in weekly supervision and treatment team meetings.
  • Participate in weekly supervision with Clinical Supervisor.
  • Received weekly supervision from program director.
  • Provided weekly supervision for the Program Director and a house supervisor.
  • Engaged in weekly supervision with the Assistant Director of MH Services.
  • Attended weekly supervision and gave feedback when applicable.
  • Attend staff meetings and weekly supervision.
  • Included weekly supervision, trainings, detailed charting, community networking/referrals.
  • Provided weekly supervision to students working towards their independent licenses as well as, master level interns.
  • Attended in all required monthly staff meetings, trainings, weekly supervision, and case staffing presentation.
  • Attend weekly supervision and trainings.

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36. Physical Therapy
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  • Provided relaxation training and work rehabilitation training to individuals in a return-to-work program associated with case management and physical therapy.

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37. Behavioral Issues
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  • Assessed behavioral issues and developed interventions to address psychological issues.
  • Provide counseling to adults, teenagers, and children who have a wide range of emotional and/or behavioral issues
  • Engage in play therapy with children struggling with ADHD, anxiety, and various behavioral issues.
  • Provided counseling on emotional and behavioral issues to children and adolescents along with their families.
  • Created behavioral treatment plans for staff, assisted families in coping with behavioral issues.
  • Utilized various theories and techniques to help patients overcome emotional distress and behavioral issues.

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38. OMH
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  • Managed client records, collected documents, and prepared quarterly treatment plans as per agency and NY state OMH guidelines.
  • Provide individual and family to patients in an article 31 OMH Clinic.-Collaborate with service providers to ensure continuity of care
  • Created treatment plans, discharge plans, transfer summaries and patient care documents in keeping with OMH standards.
  • Provide long and short term individual psychotherapy in a high volume OMH clinic with a diverse adult population.
  • Manage clinic to comply with OMH requirements of quality documentation and compliance with required policies and procedures.
  • Provide clinical Psycho social Assessments, Diagnosis, Treatment Plans, Medical billing and OMH productivity reports.
  • Provide counseling and psychotherapy to adults in OMH Out-patient mental health clinic.
  • Maintain files according to OASAS and OMH guidelines from intake through discharge.
  • Maintain client records as per OMH guidelines and ethics.
  • Ensured compliance with requirements as per OMH regulations.
  • Maintained client charts in accordance with OMH standards.
  • Adhere to all OMH regulations for documentation.
  • Engage in weekly team meetings, trainings and supervision to ensure clinical development and maintain competence with OMH and OASAS regulations.
  • Prepared documentation of records and treatment planning in a timely manner, according to company and NYS OMH guidelines.
  • Maintained documentation of each contact and session with clients for accurate billing purposes as per OMH And OMIG standards.
  • Develop treatment plans in a timely manner as dictated by OMH guidelines and regulations.

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39. OCD
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  • Specialized in OCD and animal assisted psychotherapy.
  • General private practice treating anxiety and mood disorders, OCD, grief, life transitions and relationship issues.
  • Focus on family therapy in treatment of Anxiety, Depression, OCD, and RAD.

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40. Psychology
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  • Provided therapeutic approaches utilizing Positive Psychology, Cognitive and Dialectical Behavioral psychotherapy working with clients dealing with anxiety and depression.
  • Provided a blending of Positive Psychology with evidenced based alternative/complimentary/experiential therapies as an adjunct to psychotherapy.
  • Completed dissertation to present to TPA (Texas Psychology Association) and other professional organizations.
  • Supervised students completing masters programs in psychology and social work.
  • Supervised Masters level Interns from Counseling Psychology programs.
  • Supervised MSW-interns and graduates, plus APA-approved psychology graduate students in all aspects of children's mental health.
  • Conduct psychotherapy intakes and provide psychotherapy services to a range of patients in the UF Psychology Clinic.
  • Provide supervision to psychology interns at the graduate level.
  • Research Experience 10/07 - 06/09 Dissertation in Clinical Psychology
  • Provided individual, psychodynamically oriented therapy to adults at a psychology department outpatient clinic.
  • Provided clinical supervision to psychology interns and clinical consultation to colleagues.
  • Engaged in clinical practice of psychology and psychoanalysis in both local mental health clinics as well as private practice.
  • Received hours mandatory to complete a masters in clinical psychology (MFT specialization).
  • Used knowledge of neuroanatomy, physiology, and psychology to create treatment plans.
  • Provide supervision of predoctoral psychology interns with a focus on HIV issues.
  • Lecture on ethics at hospital do research in Psychology and cooperaive medicine.

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41. Appropriate Referrals
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  • Coordinated services with relevant collateral systems and made appropriate referrals to promote positive client outcomes.
  • Provide appropriate referrals for psychiatric services or specialized counseling services.
  • Worked with patients on specific issues and made appropriate referrals to community resources.
  • Provided appropriate referrals and resources on a case by case basis.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Psychotherapist

Group Therapy Sessions

36.5%

Treatment Plans

11.8%

Mental Health Services

9.7%

Anxiety Disorders

8.1%

Crisis Intervention

6.2%

Intake Assessments

5.4%

Trauma

3.9%

Substance Abuse

3.5%

Private Practice

3.2%

Ptsd

1.7%

Psychodynamic

1.4%

Anger Management

1.1%

Domestic Violence

1.1%

Family Psychotherapy

1.0%

Community Resources

1.0%

Adhd

1.0%

Clinical Supervision

0.9%

Child Abuse

0.9%

EAP

0.8%

Dual Diagnosis

0.7%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Psychotherapist

Rank Skill
1 Group Therapy Sessions 33.5%
2 Treatment Plans 10.9%
3 Mental Health Services 8.9%
4 Anxiety Disorders 7.4%
5 Crisis Intervention 5.7%
6 Intake Assessments 5.0%
7 Trauma 3.5%
8 Substance Abuse 3.2%
9 Private Practice 3.0%
10 Ptsd 1.6%
11 Psychodynamic 1.3%
12 Anger Management 1.1%
13 Domestic Violence 1.0%
14 Family Psychotherapy 0.9%
15 Community Resources 0.9%
16 Adhd 0.9%
17 Clinical Supervision 0.8%
18 Child Abuse 0.8%
19 EAP 0.7%
20 Dual Diagnosis 0.6%
21 Emdr 0.6%
22 Insurance Companies 0.6%
23 Dsm-IV 0.6%
24 Stress Management 0.6%
25 Social Workers 0.5%
26 Medicaid 0.4%
27 Relationship Issues 0.4%
28 Life Transitions 0.4%
29 Diverse Population 0.4%
30 Crisis Management 0.4%
31 Adult Clients 0.3%
32 New Clients 0.3%
33 Lcsw 0.3%
34 Clinical Staff 0.3%
35 Weekly Supervision 0.3%
36 Physical Therapy 0.3%
37 Behavioral Issues 0.3%
38 OMH 0.3%
39 OCD 0.3%
40 Psychology 0.3%
41 Appropriate Referrals 0.2%
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