Top Social Worker Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Social Worker. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Social Worker resumes they appeared on. For example, 11.7% of Social Worker resumes contained Treatment Plans as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Social Worker actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Social Worker resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Develop and coordinate implementation of individualized holistic multidisciplinary recovery treatment plans.
  • Collaborated with treatment team of clinical social workers, psychiatrists, psychologists, and rehabilitation counselors to Developed individualized treatment plans.
  • Provide individual assessments, treatment plans, and counseling services to diverse populations diagnosed with learning disabilities and behavioral disorders.
  • Write individualized treatment plans, the clinical component of educational plans, progress summaries, and other necessary case-related information
  • Conducted/completed home studies/developed treatment plans, placed infants/ children in foster care home/facility, provided resources/referrals, court representation.
  • Developed individualized treatment plans addressing family relationship problems; completed court reports, case plans and other legal documents.
  • Formulated treatment plans, conducted ongoing casework initiatives and provided advocacy services in both individual and group settings.
  • Collaborated with treatment team of social workers, rehabilitation therapists and medical staff to develop individualized treatment plans.
  • Reviewed court documents and developed comprehensive treatment plans within local system of care with involved stakeholders.
  • Collaborate with Psychiatry Consultative Liaison Service to develop treatment plans and coordinate discharge for outpatient care.
  • Performed assessments for mental health functioning; developed treatment plans related to rehabilitation services and goals.
  • Assessed adults and adolescents for mental health and substance abuse treatment and developed individualized treatment plans.
  • Participated in treatment team collaborations to facilitate coordination of services and development of treatment plans.
  • Implemented Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Basic Computer Skills to write individualized treatment plans and monthly reports.
  • Developed individualized treatment plans, monitored progress, and conducted quarterly treatment plan reviews.
  • Developed and implemented of substance abuse specific individual treatment plans for chemically addicted males.
  • Develop and implement treatment plans, deliver all discharge/continuous care planning and inter-agency coordination.
  • Performed psychological assessments; compiled treatment plans using the MDS Medicare/Medicaid computer system.
  • Collaborated with an interdisciplinary team to develop, coordinate and implement treatment plans.
  • Develop treatment plans provide assessments, annual/quarterly reports, counseling and crisis intervention.

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2. Intake Assessments

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Here's how Intake Assessments is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Completed Bio-psych-social intake assessments, chemical dependency evaluations with DSM-IV diagnoses, and implemented treatment plans and utilization reviews.
  • Performed reassessments to ensure continuing eligibility* Developed Plan of Cares based on information received in Intake Assessments and Reassessments
  • Evaluated needs of individuals and appropriateness for services through intake assessments and structured group/individual sessions accordingly.
  • Completed intake assessments and facilitated ongoing treatment and permanency planning for children in therapeutic foster care.
  • Completed intake assessments, risk assessments, developmental assessments, drug/alcohol assessments and parent/guardian assessments.
  • Provide individual therapy, weekly intake assessments and assess for appropriateness of treatment.
  • Develop and implement inmate intake assessments and programming designed to enhance inmate rehabilitation.
  • Conducted intake assessments with individuals applying for mental health/developmental disability case management.
  • Preformed intake assessments and home-visit contacts to individuals in the parenting program.
  • Conducted intake assessments and diagnostic evaluations for outpatient mental health clinic.
  • Performed intake assessments for clients seeking financial and medical assistance.
  • Determined need for emergency hospitalization by performing intake assessments.
  • Conducted intake assessments, suicide assessments and individual counseling.
  • Conducted intake assessments and assisted in admission decisions.
  • Completed intake assessments of program participants upon admission.
  • Perform intake assessments and determinations for individual Treatment.
  • Performed intake assessments to determine eligibility for services.
  • Completed intake assessments and conducted group counseling
  • Conducted intake assessments of incoming residents.
  • Conducted intake assessments and community referrals

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3. Child Abuse

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Here's how Child Abuse is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Trained and effectively utilized techniques in interviewing sexually/physically abused children, medical/legal aspects of child abuse, and family intervention/treatments.
  • Conduct time-sensitive investigations regarding allegations of child abuse and neglect, providing an advanced level of specialized case management.
  • Investigated child abuse and neglect allegations Determined needs of family members/coordinate services Prepared reports for Juvenile and District court
  • Job responsibilities included receiving all child abuse referrals, providing emergency on-call services and conducting required investigations.
  • Educated community professionals on the dynamics of child abuse, child reporting laws and community responsibility.
  • Received incoming phone calls of allegations of possible child abuse/neglect and reported data to supervisor.
  • Investigated and assessed allegations of child abuse and provided crisis intervention to families and children.
  • Provided after-hour emergency Child Protective coverage for reports of suspected child abuse or neglect.
  • Assessed and intervened in critical situations involving child abuse and neglect and domestic circumstances.
  • Conduct protective service assessments and evaluations of suspected child abuse and dependent adult abuse.
  • Investigate and perform comprehensive clinical evaluations of reported incidents of child abuse and/or neglect.
  • Investigated child abuse or neglect cases and made recommendations for authorized action when necessary.
  • Educated on child abuse issues, mandated reporting and nurtured collaborative working relationships.
  • Conducted investigations of allegations of child abuse and neglect and recorded findings.
  • Lead mandated reporter on allegations of child abuse/neglect cases and staff allegations.
  • Provided initial investigations for allegations of child abuse or neglect.
  • Conducted initial child abuse and neglect assessments according to policy.
  • Reported on possible child abuse and terrorist threats to appropriate authority
  • Court investigations of child abuse/neglect, recommendations, intervention.
  • Conducted investigations for preventive assessments and child abuse/neglect cases.

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4. Appropriate Referrals

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Here's how Appropriate Referrals is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Completed assessments regarding safety and interactions with each household member as well as made appropriate referrals to community services when needed.
  • Conducted appropriate referrals to community agencies or make connection within the organization who specializes in specific needs of patient/family members.
  • Collaborate with professional staff, community agencies/clinics to provide appropriate referrals and coordinate care between school, home and community.
  • Coordinated all services available for Filipino War Veteran soldiers and arranged appropriate referrals to meet the treatment objectives.
  • Manage crisis situations and make appropriate referrals for detoxification and outpatient treatment utilizing other medical or psychiatric services.
  • Collaborated with interdisciplinary team members and made appropriate referrals to other consultants, community agencies and center departments.
  • Participate in multidisciplinary team approach and weekly rounds to discuss patient and family needs and appropriate referrals.
  • Provided psychotherapy for individuals and couples dealing with career transitions and provided appropriate referrals for additional services.
  • Promote continual well-being through community based services through appropriate referrals for the recovering patient and family.
  • Developed discharge plans that included appropriate referrals for ongoing treatment, placement/housing, and community/social services.
  • Make appropriate referrals to existing community agencies for additional support or housing services as needed.
  • Counseled patients directly, intervening with individuals requiring special services and make appropriate referrals.
  • Coordinated with community groups to determine appropriate referrals to connect families to community resources.
  • Provide crisis intervention for veterans/family members and facilitate appropriate referrals to Mental Health services.
  • Work independently and make appropriate referrals to community or other professional resources as necessary.
  • Developed detailed recommendations and provided appropriate referrals to other agencies for additional services.
  • Prepare written assessments, making appropriate referrals to community or other professional resources.
  • Provide therapeutic intervention services to adults by making appropriate referrals to community services.
  • Collaborate with community resources to determine appropriate referrals and develop treatment goals.
  • Maintained ongoing contact with community resources to develop and determine appropriate referrals.

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5. Crisis Intervention

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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Provided one-on-one student services such as academic support, counseling, crisis intervention, intensive case management services and advising.
  • Utilized crisis intervention, task-centered, and solution-focused therapies to address behavioral health concerns and medical problems among clients.
  • Investigated cases of adult abuse; provided case management for adults needing services Provided on call crisis intervention services
  • Provided intensive inpatient acute counseling and crisis intervention to patients and families facing sudden death and organ rejection.
  • Provided crisis intervention, individual/family counseling and psycho-education to improve, and strengthen the function of the family.
  • Implemented family crisis interventions and mediated between family members, stabilizing the family environment, and resolving conflicts.
  • Provide documentation, psychological/annual quarterly assessments and reports, treatment plans, counseling, and crisis intervention.
  • Conducted in-home assessments and provided ongoing counseling, crisis intervention, advocacy and service referral as needed.
  • Provide crisis intervention; coordinates activities with other human service agencies and provides information and referral request.
  • Conducted assessments, treatment plans and provided case management, crisis intervention and psycho-educational group counseling.
  • Provide an array of professional services including facilitation of groups, individual counseling and crisis intervention.
  • Provided crisis intervention, follow-up counseling to youth and necessary documentation to any residents as needed.
  • Provided advocacy for individuals with mental illness, performed crisis interventions and promoted suicide prevention.
  • Co-facilitated 3 workshops; performed intakes; held individual counseling sessions; engaged in crisis intervention
  • Provided consultant services to affiliated health care centers for crisis intervention and quality assurance compliance.
  • Provide crisis intervention, advocacy, academic and vocational counseling for forty emancipating foster youth.
  • Monitored staff daily functions that included crisis interventions, medication dispensing and activity planning.
  • Assisted in crisis intervention and disruptive behavior concerns involving veterans receiving weekly dialysis treatment.
  • Provided crisis intervention and supportive counseling to patient's receiving psychiatric intervention at CSH.
  • Conduct Suicide Risk Assessments in hospital and hospital-based clinics, utilizing crisis intervention techniques.

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6. Group Therapy Sessions

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Here's how Group Therapy Sessions is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Conducted individual, family and group therapy sessions using various techniques including non-directive play, behavior modification and cognitive-behavioral therapies.
  • Develop and facilitate group therapy sessions focused on improving emotional management and utilizing positive coping skills.
  • Facilitated group therapy sessions as well as conducted individual and family therapy sessions as indicated.
  • Facilitated group therapy sessions and individual counseling on adult, adolescent and child units.
  • Facilitated and documented patients' progress in relapse prevention group therapy sessions.
  • Performed intake assessments and conducted individual/group therapy sessions for adult alcoholic patients.
  • Provision of group therapy sessions for inpatient adults, geriatrics and adolescents
  • Provided clinical leadership through individual counseling and leading group therapy sessions.
  • Organized and facilitated weekly group therapy sessions and community meetings.
  • Facilitate individual and group therapy sessions with adolescents and families.
  • Facilitated weekly group therapy sessions and provided individual counseling.
  • Designed and facilitated group therapy sessions for adolescent females.
  • Provided one-on-one therapy and facilitated group therapy sessions.
  • Facilitated daily living group therapy sessions.
  • Provided individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Participate in daily treatment planning meetings with staff members -- Conduct patient intake assessments and discharge planning -- Facilitate group therapy sessions
  • Provide case planning, individual and group therapy sessions to youth and adults admitted to Rescue's crisis stabilization units.
  • Group therapy sessions, case management, parole petitions (County & State), and crisis intervention.
  • Provided family, individual and group therapy sessions to at-risk youth and their families in the school setting.
  • Conducted assessments, sought additional services and benefits assistance, completed M11Q forms, led group therapy sessions.

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7. Mental Health Services

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Here's how Mental Health Services is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Review medical reports, psychological evaluations and other professional assessments, and make referrals to appropriate medical and mental health services.
  • Coordinated client mental health services; facilitated individual, family, and group counseling sessions with abused and/or neglected adolescents.
  • Coordinated resource acquisition, served on interdisciplinary teams including elder/child abuse; provided social work and mental health services.
  • General responsibilities included assessment for mental health services, crisis intervention and referrals to drug/alcohol and other ancillary services.
  • Worked with uninsured and economically disadvantaged citizens to ensure that they received quality health & mental health services.
  • Provided mental health services to homeless adults and adolescent patients in meeting their rehabilitative needs.
  • Case management of juvenile offenders and referrals for mental health services were additional responsibilities.
  • Provided information, referrals and arrangements for community based social and mental health services.
  • Provided direct mental health services to include individual/family/group therapy and crisis intervention to patients.
  • Developed and facilitated community support and advocacy group for patients of mental health services.
  • Collaborated with multidisciplinary team to provide effective mental health services to members.
  • Provided mental health services to chronic homeless population in Hollywood area.
  • Offer referrals as needed for community-based behavioral and/or mental health services.
  • Submitted referrals to community and governmental agencies for mental health services.
  • Determine preliminary recommendations for either inpatient or outpatient mental health services.
  • Collaborate with community agencies regarding mental health services for students.
  • Provided comprehensive mental health services to children/adolescent/adult/ family clients.
  • Provide a variety of mental health services, including inpatient and outpatient evaluations and treatment, consultations, and community referrals.
  • Work with facility's Mental Health and physician consultants, and other staff to ensure mental health services were fully integrated.
  • Access, coordinate and monitor Medicaid and community services including financial resources, housing, mental health services and vocational services.

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8. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Provided patient care including conducting assessments to determine eligibility for programs, determining preliminary diagnosis, developing and implementing treatment plans.
  • Participated in various performance improvement initiatives within the unit to promote increased performance, patient/family satisfaction, and safe patient care.
  • Contributed critical patient care input from a social work perspective, and developed/enhanced patient treatment plans based on overall clinical assessment.
  • Improved documentation requirements, case conferencing, and patient care through standardized methods designed to evaluate functional ability and assess depression.
  • Provided goal-oriented care plans and counseling with patients, family members and community services/agencies addressing specific patient care needs.
  • Worked closely with hospital management, facility administrators and admissions directors in order to facilitate employee and patient care.
  • Played an important role in coordinating services with interdisciplinary team and community agencies to ensure appropriate patient care.
  • Prepare comprehensive progress reports and develop individual Patient Care Plans, establishing individual goals and activities for residents.
  • Developed, prepared and maintained individualized patient care progress records with accuracy, timeliness and according to policies.
  • Contribute to patient care through quality of life assessments and participation in clinic quality assessment and improvement activities.
  • Collaborated with interdisciplinary teams, families and community agencies to ensure appropriate patient care and develop treatment plans.
  • Maintain relationships with community-based providers and establish lines of communication that engender efficient and timely patient care.
  • Participate in weekly multidisciplinary rounds to discuss patient and obtain medical information relevant to patient care needs.
  • Provided supportive counseling and directed interested individuals to patient care and hospice resources in the community.
  • Participated as part of an interdisciplinary team in providing patient care for approximately 35 patients.
  • Coordinate patient care upon discharge by providing linkage and referrals to other necessary community services.
  • Utilized consultation data and social work experience to plan and coordinate patient care and rehabilitation.
  • Supervised patient care activities to ensure compliance with current standards of acceptance for service eligibility.
  • Document observations, interventions, and evaluations pertaining to patient care management and services.
  • Coordinated after-care services with interdisciplinary team and community agencies to ensure appropriate patient care.

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9. Social Workers

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Here's how Social Workers is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Provided professional consultation and oversight regarding Medicaid regulations to hospital social workers, clients, other community professionals and family members.
  • Followed case management guidelines established by national governing bodies Department of Health and the National Association of Social Workers.
  • Provided clinical supervision and performed annual performance evaluations to Emergency Department social workers at Level 1 trauma center.
  • Served as a liaison between hospital social workers and admissions personnel to coordinate resident returns and re-admissions.
  • Participated with an interdisciplinary team consisting of social workers, psychologists, counselors, and psychiatrists.
  • Conduct family finding activities to include computer searches, interviewing youth.social workers.and all potential leads.
  • Served as acting clinical program manager overseeing clinic operations and supervision of counselors/social workers.
  • Collaborated with other social workers and administrators to address behavioral concerns and merits.
  • Prepared comprehensive reports on applicants to provide social workers with pertinent information.
  • Facilitated a pilot program for Quarterly Continuing Education Units for Social Workers.
  • Close communication with hospital Social Workers in hopes of attaining potential referrals.
  • Communicated with senior social workers in regard to the supervised visitations.
  • Maintained contact with hospital and county social workers regarding availability.
  • Collaborate w/ other community social workers to coordinate events
  • Supervised social workers in a school-based counseling program.
  • Co-facilitated discharge plans with county social workers.
  • Supervised other social workers and practicum students.
  • Coordinate monthly education for Social Workers.
  • Provided general assistant to Social Workers.
  • Completed Pre-Service Social Workers/ Trainee Training Program

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10. Financial Assistance

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Here's how Financial Assistance is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Collaborate with families and Medicare/Medicaid as a liaison to assist residents with application and qualification for sub acute/long term financial assistance.
  • Determine ongoing client eligibility by applying standard eligibility criteria for financial assistance and related benefits to determine amount of assistance.
  • Provided clients with referrals to other service providers and charitable organizations within the community that would offer financial assistance.
  • Facilitated a national policy change with Novartis Pharmaceuticals to offer financial assistance to Medicare patients taking Novartis transplant medications.
  • Provided financial assistance to faith-based social service agencies by helping with the design and development of indigenous micro-businesses.
  • Assisted residents and families with applying for financial assistance and provided education/ referrals regarding resources available to them.
  • Participated as a part of a multidisciplinary team to assist persons with disabilities access state financial assistance.
  • Referred patients with no insurance or qualified for financial assistance to agencies for potential financial assistance.
  • Provide individuals and families with counseling/advocacy, financial assistance/resources and linkage and brokerage with community resources.
  • Complete assessments of emergency intake of current housing situations of qualified clients for financial assistance.
  • Provide temporary direct financial assistance to clients living in poverty and experiencing a crisis situation.
  • Determined eligibility and provided child welfare, financial assistance and case management to Native Americans.
  • Review and examine cases periodically to assess client progress and eligibility for financial assistance.
  • Determine eligibility for public financial assistance through interviewing, investigation, and budget analysis.
  • Provided and explored financial assistance opportunities for families with premature and medically fragile infants.
  • Provide discharge planning for participants, including assessment and recommendations for financial assistance.
  • Assisted patients in obtaining financial assistance, community resources or specialized equipment.
  • Referred clients to appropriated community resources, including financial assistance and housing.
  • Provide information to families/residents as to Medicare/Medicaid and other financial assistance programs.
  • Provide information to patients/families about financial assistance programs and other resources.

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11. Court Hearings

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Here's how Court Hearings is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Prepared professionally written documents for court hearings and provided personal testimony on record in court setting regarding those documents.
  • Provided written and verbal progress reports to supervisor and agency administrators, including testifying at court hearings.
  • Testified in juvenile dependency court hearings and submitted timely accurate written court reports.
  • Prepared for and participated in court hearings and court-ordered probation for juveniles.
  • Attended juvenile court hearings to provide assessments of family environments.
  • Attend monthly Family Court hearings and testify regarding permanency planning.
  • Participated in court hearings and provided recommendations regarding case.
  • Attended Probate Court hearings and testified on incapacitated residents.
  • Prepared documentation based on child/parent interaction for court hearings.
  • Provided professional input at periodically required court hearings.
  • Participated in court hearings and submitted appropriate reports.
  • Participated in court hearings and inter-agency meetings.
  • Participate in dependency court hearings.
  • Participated in family court hearings.
  • Prepared Court reports, for foster placement, adoption, custody and contact attended Court Hearings and gave evidence on proceedings.
  • Handled power of attorney documents, court hearings, scheduling of families meetings, all discharge documentation including state requirement documents.
  • Provided court reports, testified, consulted with attorneys and court staff, and served summons to parents for court hearings.
  • Attend court hearings, convene permanency staffing every 90 days, customize recruitment activities, and coordinate and attend matching and background
  • Develop detail individual risk assessments and Appraisal Needs Services Plans for clients, generated court reports and attended court hearings.
  • Maintained case files with detailed documentation of contacts, court hearings, and referrals for services while meeting state mandates.

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12. Community Resources

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Here's how Community Resources is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Develop and coordinate client's care plan appropriate to interdisciplinary information and recommendations utilizing community resources and client's family support.
  • Referred families to drug treatment, community resources and other necessary preventative programs, ensuring compliance with agency policy and procedures.
  • Facilitated patient discharge planning and continuity of care utilizing professional relationships, comprehensive knowledge of community resources, insurance coverage options.
  • Facilitated TANF under one groups through the implementation of educational forums, which introduced customers to available educational and community resources.
  • Provide referrals to therapeutic, educational and other community resources designed to assist children entering permanent families through adoption or guardianship.
  • Developed, maintained and utilized a listing of current community resources that are useful to residents and their families/significant others.
  • Developed a rapport with the individual/family to strengthen the person/family through support and education with the assistance of community resources.
  • Terminated activity with client or provider based on resolution of established goals or successful integration to community resources.
  • Assisted Patients with qualifying for program, maintaining eligibility and referral to Community Resources needed.
  • Assisted students in obtaining referrals for long-standing therapeutic interventions and community resources and vocation programs.
  • Maintain current information on all frequently used community resources, financial resources and placement facilities.
  • Identify community resources to maximize independence and reduce risk of life-altering injury or hospital readmission.
  • Utilized various community resources to assist clients in effectively transitioning back into their environments.
  • Participate in interdisciplinary team meetings and educate families regarding advanced directives and community resources.
  • Completed referrals of family members to community resources and advocated for the family unit.
  • Provide short-term counseling services and educating and/or assisting the patient in obtaining community resources.
  • Provided individual, group and crisis counseling: facilitated programmatic involvement utilizing community resources.
  • Researched and facilitated referrals to community resources and advocated for clients in court.
  • Collaborated with collateral community agencies and assisted families in obtaining necessary community resources.
  • Provided supportive counseling and referrals to other agencies or community resources as need

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13. Substance Abuse

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Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Executed full assessments including substance abuse history, family history, medical history, educational history and mental health history.
  • Provided clinical intervention, including coordination with DSS for protective service investigations, substance abuse evaluations, and referrals.
  • Provided individual assessment, treatment planning and psychotherapy services to individuals with substance abuse problems in a hospital setting.
  • Worked with individuals suffering from substance abuse and utilized Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and 12 Step program ideals during counseling.
  • Provided information to individuals and families regarding mental health, substance abuse, physical abuse and rehabilitation issues.
  • Complete mental health/substance abuse assessments, short-term individual counseling, treatment planning, psycho-educational groups and referrals.
  • Provide mental health/substance abuse services to emotionally disturbed and mentally ill patients on an inpatient unit.
  • Served as community educator, e.g., conducted community education regarding alcohol and substance abuse.
  • Provided psychotherapy to individual adults and couples, particularly those with substance abuse histories.
  • Linked families to additional supports and services including medication monitoring and substance abuse programs.
  • Provide individual and group therapeutic counseling for substance abuse and alcohol abuse users.
  • Provide substance abuse counseling/recovery coaching and social services referrals to families and individuals.
  • Maintain a caseload, provide individual/group counseling and facilitate substance abuse education sessions.
  • Provided individual and family therapy to adolescents referred to Substance Abuse Services.
  • Provided counseling for individuals on probation from substance abuse/or DUI status.
  • Provided some couples counseling when substance abuse compromised marital relations.
  • Participated in extensive training related to substance abuse issues.
  • Provide substance abuse treatment in the assigned residential facility.
  • Facilitated psychiatric hospitalization and substance abuse treatment when necessary.
  • Provided counseling and casework services to pregnant substance abusers.

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14. Service Plans

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Here's how Service Plans is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Verified and maintained proper documentation of records; transcribed memos; assisted in the development and implementation of service plans
  • Presented service plans in review conferences and coordinated service delivery to complete permanency plans for children.
  • Maintained client and appropriate collateral contacts in accordance with service plans to ensure effective intervention.
  • Provided case management by developing service plans and coordination and overseeing on a regular basis.
  • Developed comprehensive family assessments and service plans identifying the safety and risk issues to child/children.
  • Determine appropriate services and writes/implements service plans; provides case management services to monitor compliance.
  • Collaborate with outside agencies in the development, implementation and evaluation of comprehensive service plans.
  • Completed timely recording of all documentation using NYS Connections and Family Assessment Service Plans.
  • Developed and implemented service plans and adoption progress reports in accordance with State regulation.
  • Complete comprehensive family assessments and develop individualized service plans for each family.
  • Developed Individual Service Plans for individuals with intellectual disabilities and elderly populations.
  • Developed and implement therapeutic service plans focused on child specific needs.
  • Created and reviewed service plans and related documentation according to standards.
  • Conducted comprehensive, multidimensional assessments and developed and monitored service plans.
  • Organized and facilitated permanency team meetings to determine treatment service plans.
  • Presented cases to determine appropriate services and created/implemented service plans.
  • Completed child and family assessments and developed individualized service plans.
  • Develop service plans and behavioral interventions for chronically mentally ill.
  • Developed service plans and assessed with medical personnel individual competencies.
  • Developed service plans to insure family re-unification when appropriate.

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15. Hospice

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Here's how Hospice is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Facilitated and participated in end of life/withdrawal of life support and provided referral/linkage to hospice or palliative care interventions.
  • Incorporated clinical social work and bereavement jobs into one position that saved Heartland Hospice financially and clinically.
  • Provided individual counseling/case management for hospice, elderly and mobility impaired clients in need of supportive services.
  • Present a positive image of Hospice within the community and facilitate appropriate educational programs as requested.
  • Provide assistance with extended care facility placement and coordination of care between facility and hospice.
  • Coordinated patient discharge arrangements including nursing home placement, rehabilitation, hospice, and transportation.
  • Provided all social work case management functions within interdisciplinary team setting of Hospice agency.
  • Maintain accurate documentation on contacts with bereaved family members according to Liberty Hospice policies.
  • Worked effectively within interdisciplinary teams; coordinated equipment, transportation and Hospice transfers.
  • Experience with insurance Qualifications as well as criteria qualification upon Hospice Benefit.
  • Educated residents and families on hospice services and facilitated decision making.
  • Referred terminal patients to hospice care and participated in mortality review.
  • Organized and directed annual Memorial Service for families/caregivers and hospice team.
  • Case-managed hospice patients/families in intensive, short-term palliative care unit setting.
  • Skilled collaborator with medical, hospice and community agencies.
  • Completed paperwork necessary to facilitate formal admission to hospice.
  • Provided comprehensive case management and hospice care.
  • Presented hospice program directly to patient/family.
  • Coordinated Hospice referrals and placements.
  • Present a positive image of Hospice within the community while providing education to the community related to palliative care and treatment.

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16. MDS

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Here's how MDS is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Documented daily entries in resident's medical records Coordinated discharge planning for community placement Participated in interdisciplinary care-planning and MDS completion
  • Completed MDS assessments to determine mood and cognitive functioning, relaying information to interdisciplinary team and families.
  • Conducted and completed comprehensive admission, quarterly and annual assessments of patients and completed MDS documentation.
  • Completed MDS assessments to identify triggers that required monitoring.
  • Completed MDS evaluations and necessary discharge/transfer forms.
  • Completed clinical documentation and MDS assessments.
  • Coordinated and conducted interdisciplinary MDS conferences.
  • Completed individual MDS assessments on residents.
  • Administer Brief Interview for Mental Status (BIMS) as part of Minimum Data Set (MDS) for Nursing Homes.
  • Provided MDS assessments, attended patient conferences, assisted with patient and family matters, and provided discharge planning and documentation.
  • Completed assessments, social histories, MDS, on all new admissions and current residents on quarterly or as needed basis.
  • Completed Social Service MDS assessments, care plans and all essential social services documentation for a skilled, long-term care facility.
  • Conduct Initial Assessments, IDT Care Planning/Conferences, Discharge Planning/Resources/Referrals, MDS 3.0, Charting/Progress Notes, and Patient Support/Satisfaction.
  • Complete all UDA, MDS, and CAA s within specified time frame with focus on capturing mood and behavioral indicators
  • Determined schedule and executed MDS+ meetings to identify specific care needs for the clients and formulate their plan of care.
  • Complete necessary documentation, MDS paperwork, care plans, progress notes and function as part of the interdisciplinary team.
  • Completed necessary documentation to concur with both state and federal regulations (MDS, care plans, RAPS).
  • Conduct daily MDS assessments as required by the State of Missouri to assess behaviors and needs of each resident.
  • Assist with Medicaid applications, keep current care-plan notes on all residents and complete MDS assessments timely and accurately.
  • Worked on MDS that indicated a patient's heal care, as well as their psychological and behavior moods.

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17. Health Care

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Here's how Health Care is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Provided advanced level permanency planning and protection of children through multidisciplinary meetings which included members of community and health care providers.
  • Collaborated with individuals, physicians, and health care personnel with evaluation and treatment planning that maximized individual resident choice.
  • Provided professional advisory services and training to other health care professionals and community agencies concerning primary and secondary preventing programs.
  • Partnered with the Multidisciplinary Health Care Team to deliver clinical services and help patients with reaching their fullest rehabilitative potential.
  • Cultivate relationships with multidisciplinary team and community health care providers to ensure continuum of care and seamless care coordination.
  • Provision and facilitation of discharge planning services utilizing knowledge of community health care providers and resources.
  • Worked closely with community organizations and health care providers to insure clients received appropriate services.
  • Complete necessary paperwork with social services agencies to ensure reimbursement of health care expenditures.
  • Provided transitional health care services and established community supports and resources for patients.
  • Provided resource referrals, consultation and collaboration with other health care providers.
  • Recommend emotional and mental-health care for residents with chronic medical conditions.
  • Participated in community agency meetings to promote health care awareness.
  • Worked effectively with other health care providers to coordinate care
  • Documented and communicated collaborative behavioral health care.
  • Attend social work department and staff meetings, grand rounds and hospital seminars promoting professional development in a health care setting.
  • Correspond with other professionals who work with the child, such as teachers, health care providers, therapists, etc.
  • Complete Medicaid applications with patients as needed and assist patients and their families with Advanced Directives for health care decision making.
  • Collaborated with health care plans including IEHP and Molina to apply appropriate medical, psychological, and social interventions to clients.
  • Maintained files for all residents, providing individualized care plans for each resident to assure their health care needs were met.
  • Participated in daily rounds with multidisciplinary health care team to coordinate plan of care and patient discharge needs and/or anticipated obstacles.

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18. Domestic Violence

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Here's how Domestic Violence is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Provide individual/family therapy and domestic violence preventive psycho-education.
  • Case Management with families to help them utilize community resources including drug and alcohol treatment/rehabilitation, housing and domestic violence counseling.
  • Hired as social worker in newly-initiated human trafficking victims' program within outstanding regional domestic violence and sexual assault agency.
  • Provided crisis counseling and mediation services to patients and families regarding traumatic incidents, domestic violence issues and family disagreements.
  • Developed and presented educational seminars to physicians regarding managed care, legal, ethical, confidential and domestic violence issues.
  • Presented at National Domestic Violence Prevention Conference on detection of victimization and types of interventions tailored to hospital setting.
  • Provided emotional support, education and assistance with accessing community resources for patients experiencing domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • Conduct consults and crisis intervention for domestic violence and sexual assault victims in Detroit area hospital emergency departments.
  • Conduct domestic violence emergency shelter placement for clients who meet the criteria for domestic violence emergency shelter placement.
  • Performed crisis intervention counseling and made arrangements to military personnel and dependents who are involved in domestic violence.
  • Provided bilingual treatment to individuals, couples and families experiencing domestic violence, family conflict, depression and anxiety
  • Provided written documentation including treatment recommendations based on identified problems, for parents with domestic violence history.
  • Facilitated therapy sessions using theories that fit the individual client and provided psycho education about domestic violence.
  • Refer ineligible applicants for domestic violence shelter placement to the Department of Homeless Service for placement.
  • Assist with intervention and support for individuals regarding issues of domestic violence, abuse/neglect/exploitation and adoptions.
  • Provide assistance with housing, family planning, domestic violence, drug/alcohol rehabilitation and family counseling.
  • Referred patients/families and care givers to appropriate resources regarding abuse/neglect/domestic violence, alcohol and substance abuse.
  • Worked with military veterans and their families addressing issues including post-traumatic stress and domestic violence.
  • Distribute information on community support services including domestic violence programs, housing and nutritional services.
  • Diversified Counseling Counselor/Instructor for PC 1000 Drug diversion Programs and Domestic Violence/Relationship skills classes.

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19. Support Services

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Here's how Support Services is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Facilitated group therapy, counseled patients based on cognitive behavioral theory, and coordinated appropriate continuing care and support services.
  • Scheduled and conducted meetings with birth parents assessed progress and provided support services through professional referrals and counseling.
  • Delivered numerous support services and external educational options to patient families to help facilitate their coping skills.
  • Served as client and family advocate/liaison to ensure comprehensive, high quality information exchange and support services.
  • Help customers link community support services with consumer needs to assure advocacy and awareness to individualized care.
  • Performed assessments and provided crisis intervention services, referrals to community service providers, and support services.
  • Provide comprehensive treatment including rehabilitation, case management and support services to severely mentally ill population.
  • Conducted collateral interviews to offer support services to family and significant others affected by substance use.
  • Presented testimony when necessary to provide information on policy interpretation, support services and agency expectations.
  • Provided mental health discharge planning linking individuals with community clinics and support services as indicated.
  • Prepare clinical recommendations and discharge planning for residents to less restrictive community support services.
  • Facilitated long-term residential placement and support services, and participated in aftercare planning activities.
  • Provided educational information, resource information, support services and referrals to families.
  • Linked clients to additional support services; networked with community organizations and agencies
  • Coordinated comprehensive discharge planning with appropriate support services from date of admission.
  • Provide supportive counseling and support services including referrals and advocacy for clients.
  • Referred patients to community-based support services, including substance abuse treatment.
  • Provide 1:1 support services to adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
  • Facilitated support services/counseling for client family members to implement post incarceration.
  • Provided individual psychotherapy to patients and support services to their families.

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20. Medical Care

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Here's how Medical Care is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Collaborated effectively with department Medical Director and Nurse Case Managers in order to streamline medical care which decreased high utilization costs.
  • Traveled with Pediatric Mobile Van into Newark disadvantage communities and homeless shelters to provide medical care and educational support information.
  • Incorporate medical treatment plan into comprehensive service plan by facilitating the interdisciplinary conversation with the HIV medical care team.
  • Collaborated with other medical disciplines to evaluate patient's medical or physical conditions to improve their medical care.
  • Obtained medical referrals and completed linkages and authorizations for a variety of medical care for residents.
  • Provided rehabilitative and supportive casework geared toward obtaining maximum benefits from medical care.
  • Provided services to adults for family medical care and/or correctional rehabilitation.
  • Referred clients to appropriate service providers for medical care, drug and alcohol treatment, housing, training, and counseling.
  • Serve clients as translator in hospitals and other human services agencies such as medical care, schools, and housing.
  • Counseled and l linked families to available community resources, including medical care, housing, education and financial aid.
  • Work with them and the foster parents to maintain appropriate clothing, housing, medical care, and school attendance.
  • Reviewed and updated medical care, assessments and progress notes to reflect member's current needs and progress towards goals.
  • Secured housing, medical care and employment for clients by working with community partners and other social service agencies.
  • Assist students and their families in obtaining Medicaid and Healthy Kids Montana for medical care and psychotherapy support.
  • Enrolled eligible clients into the Ryan White program, which linked clients to medical care and support services.
  • Coordinate with authorities (law enforcement and medical care) as needed to secure the welfare/safety of children.
  • Provided crisis counseling and social work services to patients and families receiving medical care in the Emergency Department.
  • Verified the veteran's status, eligibility for VA medical care, and eligibility for program participation.
  • Assist with outside agencies in obtaining services and providing all medical care, drug and alcohol rehabilitation.
  • Helped them enrolled in Medical Care with the Red Cross in Conakry, Guinea through the UNHCR.

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21. Law Enforcement

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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Developed and maintained benevolent relationships with a variety of interdisciplinary specialists including medical, social service and law enforcement personnel.
  • Worked closely with local city/county law enforcement to ensure they were informed of any developments regarding serious physical abuse cases.
  • Communicate and collaborate with law enforcement and other legal entities to ensure client protection advocacy and prosecution of perpetrators.
  • Worked closely with physicians, law enforcement and child protective services, effectively communicating status of concerning cases.
  • Collaborated with law enforcement and area hospitals to develop crisis after-hour interventions for adults in need of services.
  • Reported all suspected concerns of abuse/neglect requiring collaboration with Adult and Child Protective Services and Law Enforcement Agencies.
  • Facilitated collaborative investigations with law enforcement and medical professionals; implemented appropriate intervention strategies to ensure child safety.
  • Trained law enforcement officers, community organizations/businesses, churches and school staff on victimization and court procedure.
  • Collaborated with law enforcement, schools, hospitals and community in completing investigations regarding abuse and neglect.
  • Conducted child sexual abuse investigations on an interdisciplinary team of social workers and law enforcement officers.
  • Coordinated and chaired the Multi-Disciplinary team consisting of law enforcement, social services and judiciary representatives.
  • Collaborated with government agencies, law enforcement and other providers related to investigations and service planning.
  • Developed close working relationship with area law enforcement, local agencies, and community resources representatives.
  • Review law enforcement and non-law enforcement referrals to ensure that the allegations meet jurisdictional criteria.
  • Coordinated abuse and neglect cases and facilitated involvement of law enforcement and protective services agencies.
  • Collaborated with law enforcement and Child Protective Services with respect to sexual abuse investigations.
  • Collaborated with law enforcement agencies to ensure client protection and prosecution of alleged perpetrator.
  • Conducted investigations of abuse and neglect upon reports by law enforcement or anonymous reports.
  • Collaborated with attorneys and law enforcement officers to provide criminal justice advocacy for clients.
  • Worked with local law enforcement and local magistrates for facilitate involuntary commitments as needed.

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22. Support Groups

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Here's how Support Groups is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Facilitated psychiatric rehabilitation, psycho-education, and MICA therapeutic support groups for the chronically mentally ill forensic clients with AOD problems.
  • Provide resources, assistance, and emotional support services for family caregivers including bi-monthly support groups and individual counseling.
  • Implemented all aspects of the hospice bereavement program including training volunteers, supervising support groups and providing community education.
  • Carried caseload of mental health clients while facilitating support groups and providing community education and outreach.
  • Facilitated end of life and support groups for residents/family members/significant others as appropriate to their needs.
  • Facilitated multifamily psycho-educational and support groups to enhance the families' coping skills.
  • Facilitate parent education/support groups focusing on behavior management, autism and sensory integration.
  • Educated consumers and families of the availability of community advocacy and support groups.
  • Facilitate educational support groups around relevant life cycle issues relevant to daily living.
  • Designed and facilitated support groups and professional development seminars for clients and staff.
  • Participated in weekly multidisciplinary listing meetings and facilitated patient and family support groups.
  • Facilitated social/support groups daily and helped coordinate daily activities for the participants.
  • Handled emergency situations; involving emotional breakdown, encouragement, support groups.
  • Counseled caregivers of Alzheimer patients and facilitated support groups for caregivers.
  • Provided intensive individual and group counseling services including psycho-educational and support groups
  • Facilitated weekly educational groups for adolescents including support groups for parents.
  • Facilitated client support groups and conducted individual and family counseling.
  • Designed and facilitated prenatal/newborn, parenting classes and support groups.
  • Conducted group counseling, community education and caregiver support groups.
  • Facilitated regular support groups for parent of children with disabilities.

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23. Emotional Support

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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Provided emotional support and active listening through end-of-life transitions involving all facets of religious, physical, spiritual and psycho-social needs.
  • Provided mental health, behavioral, and social-emotional support utilizing group and individual intervention and recommendations for middle school students.
  • Provide emotional support to the family, however if more extensive counseling is needed make necessary recommendations and referrals.
  • Provided emotional support, education, and information and referrals to patients and families regarding end-of-life related issues.
  • Based on assessments, provide emotional support, education, coordinate appropriate resources to promote quality/continuity of care.
  • Arrange for any needed psychiatric/psychological services' referrals with provisions of emotional support and/or encouragement as needed.
  • Facilitated Interdisciplinary Care Conferences for Residents and their families, providing concrete services and emotional support.
  • Created and provided cognitive rehabilitation sessions, provide emotional support and coordinated services within the community.
  • Provided educational and emotional support for clients and caregivers through counseling and case management services.
  • Conducted home visits and provided emotional support, encouragement and brief solution-focused counseling as needed.
  • Provided parenting education and emotional support regarding parenting responsibilities and the development of support network.
  • Provided emotional support, bereavement education and facilitating disposition with parents suffering a fetal loss.
  • Recommend appropriate information and referral services to eligible inmates/parolees for social and emotional support.
  • Provide court advocacy, educational, occupational, and social-emotional support to justice-involved youth.
  • Connected meaningfully with clients to provide emotional support and develop outcome oriented treatment plans.
  • Managed a caseload of patients receiving social work services providing social and emotional support.
  • Provided emotional support and guidance to children and families undergoing Child Protective Service investigations.
  • Provide supervision of counseling component and provide social-emotional support for Students and staff.
  • Provided emotional support and counseling to residents/families of 150 bed skilled nursing facility.
  • Demonstrated emotional support during bi-weekly one-on-one counseling to every client on my caseload.

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24. Social History

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Here's how Social History is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Interviewed residents upon admission to obtain a complete psycho-social history to determine potential problems and to assess social and emotional needs.
  • Developed an initial comprehensive resident assessment, incorporating a confidential social history and evaluation of medical psycho-social care plan.
  • Assessed social history, environmental, economic and psychological influences as they directly affected each client.
  • Assess factors affecting family dynamics including social history, environmental, economic and psychological influences.
  • Completed all admission assessments and social history in a fast paced skilled rehabilitation unit.
  • Obtained and updated information from clients and collateral contacts regarding the family social history.
  • Completed thorough interviews with resident and family to complete social history.
  • Complete social history and other assessments upon intake and as needed/requested.
  • Provided student social history intakes and individual and family therapy sessions.
  • Administer assessments and questionnaires to clients and obtain pertinent bio-psycho-social history.
  • Recruited and completed Social History assessments on foster parent applications.
  • Conducted psycho-social assessment and compiled social history of each resident.
  • Complete social history link to community resources discharge planning family sessions
  • Maintain social history and comprehensive assessment of each resident.
  • Compiled social history data of each resident upon admission.
  • Assume responsibility for completion of social history assessments.
  • Prepared and developed social history and case summary.
  • Interviewed patients for admission and social history information.
  • Obtained social history and personal information during assessment.
  • Complete initial social history/assessment and update as needed.

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25. Veterans

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Here's how Veterans is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Created and co-facilitated bi-monthly, ongoing stress management group for Veterans in HUD VASH program utilizing evidenced-based approaches in psychotherapy.
  • Counseled veterans and Medi-Cal clients individually to provide behavioral interventions in order to address their anxiety, depression and anger.
  • Collaborate extensively with the Veterans Administrations Incarcerated Veterans Reentry Specialist to secure services, for eligible veterans, upon release.
  • Collaborate with interdisciplinary team including doctors, nurses and psychiatrists to establish and maintain continuity of care for Veterans.
  • Focused on homeless veterans, placing many veterans in various rehabilitation programs and advocated for benefits on their behalf.
  • Provide comprehensive case management services to Veterans as a member of the Veteran Administration Supported Housing program.
  • Developed and created a hospital performance measure to focus on assisting patients diagnosed with homeless veterans.
  • Assessed and developed comprehensive treatment and discharge plans for Veterans in transitional and rehabilitative care.
  • Conduct Care Coordination through a computer based response system for veterans suffering from depressive disorders.
  • Develop individualized treatment plans with Veterans centered on obtaining permanent housing and increasing psychological stability.
  • Completed Kidney Transplant Social Work Assessments for those veterans considered potential candidates for kidney transplants.
  • Provide diligent individual and family counseling to Veterans with past or present bereavement difficulties.
  • Collaborate with multidisciplinary team to provide appropriate services to Veterans and their families.
  • Provide emergency behavioral health coverage to veterans in the emergency room setting.
  • Referred and coordinated adult chronically mentally ill veterans with applicable outpatient programs.
  • Collaborated with a multidisciplinary team and provided case management services to veterans.
  • Provide consultation and education to Veterans and their families regarding community resources.
  • Provide crisis management services to Veterans and monitor psychiatric status and stability.
  • Formulated living wills and health care surrogate forms for Veterans prior to hospitalization
  • Conducted Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy sessions for at-risk teens and war veterans.

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26. Counsel

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Here's how Counsel is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Provided individual, group and family counseling to assist families in recognizing and resolving social, emotional and environmental concerns.
  • Interviewed parents/guardians, teachers, counselors, and other provider professionals to complete extensive written Psycho-Social Reports.
  • Supervised social work interns to assist in developing pertinent skills needed to effectively counsel individuals age 6-21.
  • Provided individual, family and group counseling with adolescents and their families in a psychiatric residential treatment center
  • Utilized trauma informed counseling and therapeutic techniques to address social, environmental, emotional and medical problems.
  • Provided direct counseling/social services to students referred by faculty, administration and other school ancillary staff.
  • Provided mental health crisis assessments and counseling for adolescents and adults presenting to the emergency department.
  • Provided counseling at a primary care clinic to clients utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mind-Body Therapies.
  • Maintain one-on-one counseling sessions and treatments with particular residents requiring the involvement of a counselor.
  • Performed case management, individual and group counseling, judicial advocacy and intake/discharge coordination.
  • Provided information referrals and crisis-intervention/short-term counseling with provisions of emotional support and/or encouragement.
  • Executed comprehensive social services evaluation and impart counseling services to patient and family.
  • Provided supportive counseling, and life skills training for individuals with development disabilities.
  • Monitor participants and facilitate individual/group counseling, social outings, and transportation planning.
  • Provided counseling services to individuals with mental/ behavioral disturbances within the Agency.
  • Facilitated individual and family therapeutic counseling, including bereavement counseling and groups.
  • Provided one-on-one counseling to Spanish-speaking individuals and served as a translator.
  • Provided crisis counseling for high volume inpatient adolescent female residential program.
  • Conducted Behavior Modification Groups and individual counseling sessions for inmate caseload.
  • Provided counseling and education regarding adjustment to hospitalization and medical condition.

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27. Family Meetings

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Here's how Family Meetings is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Facilitated all interdisciplinary family meetings.
  • Developed care plans, implemented family meetings, coordinated discharge planning, completed initial/quarterly/annual assessments, acted as liaison to families.
  • Established and maintained effective working relationships with existing and potential community services providers; conducted family meetings and supervised visitation.
  • Managed clinical counseling, case management, discharge planning/aftercare, psycho-social assessments, individual/family meetings, and treatment planning.
  • Facilitated resident/family meetings to ensure that resident needs were being met and provide continuous communication between facility and families.
  • Conduct family meetings regarding an individual's progress in order to identify resource needed when individual leaves hospital.
  • Conducted family meetings, completed Medicaid applications and worked with private insurance companies to request appropriate coverage.
  • Participated in family meetings, providing resources on mental illness and community support programs.
  • Facilitate communication and decision making, individually and in the context of family meetings.
  • Pair with the multidisciplinary team to continuously support family meetings for discharge recommendations.
  • Discharge planning focusing on facilitating family meetings and collaboration with community service providers.
  • Facilitated mental health educational groups, family meetings, and individual therapy sessions.
  • Coordinated interdisciplinary family meetings to educate family on the next steps of transition.
  • Facilitated family meetings and adult recovery team meetings for assigned patients as needed.
  • Performed case management, transition meetings, community referrals and family meetings.
  • Worked as an active participant in treatment planning and facilitated family meetings.
  • Facilitated and led family meetings with resident, families and Interdisciplinary Team.
  • Conducted supportive and educational family meetings for difficult decisions with placement.
  • Assisted nursing supervisor during family meetings to answer non-medical questions.
  • Provided input in interdisciplinary team meetings and conducted family meetings.

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28. Anger Management

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Here's how Anger Management is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Facilitated/Co-facilitated health education and anger management groups/classes.
  • Facilitated group workshops aimed at strengthening parent/child relations by teaching non-violent discipline methods, anger management, and child development.
  • Provide one-on-one counseling with parents on topics such as behavior/anger management, independent living skills, and effective communication skills.
  • Conducted and documented weekly individual client contacts and behavioral groups targeting anger management, conflict resolution and substance abuse.
  • Group assessment and facilitator for domestic violence group, anger management, parenting and drug and alcohol psycho-educational groups.
  • Educated clients through anger management and assertiveness skills, addictive relationships, and values clarification through Rational Emotive Therapy.
  • Developed treatment plans that consisted of vocational/educational goals, behavior modification, anger management techniques and personal growth.
  • Facilitated Cognitive Group Intervention Program, Domestic Violence and assisted with Anger Management Groups at Stanley Correctional Institution.
  • Helped to coordinate and co-facilitate cognitive behavioral therapy based group sessions for clients dealing with anger management issues.
  • Referred clients to community resources, including parenting, education, anger management and individual and family therapy.
  • Focused on anger management, conflict resolution, academic performance, career exploration, and improving self-esteem.
  • Facilitate psycho-educational groups on self- esteem, anger management and impulse control, administer therapeutic intervention.
  • Facilitate small groups focusing on communication skills, anger management, conflict resolution and anxiety/stress reduction.
  • Co-created and facilitated therapeutic programs which focused on abuse, anger management and self-esteem issues.
  • Assisted alleged perpetrator with referrals to anger management programs, individual and group treatment.
  • Provide inmates with information regarding parenting and anger management using a cognitive approach.
  • Co-led child and adolescent anger management groups to improve communication skills and self-control.
  • Facilitated psycho-educational, anger management and support groups for students and parents.
  • Facilitate individual sessions with clients in addition to facilitating anger management groups.
  • Developed and facilitated court ordered anger management group for adults and teens.

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29. Independent Living

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Here's how Independent Living is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Facilitated independent living skills groups and coordinated daily activities for youth while role modeling positive social interactions within a therapeutic environment.
  • Coordinated services, including adult family homes, community based residential facilities, assisted living, and independent living arrangements.
  • Provided counseling, information and referral services for disabled and senior adults in independent living apartments consisting of two buildings.
  • Provided counseling to residents to address adjustment issues to ensure optimum quality of life within the assisted/independent living environment.
  • Participated in planning for client's reunification with biological family, long-term placement, or emancipation to independent living.
  • Networked with other community agencies to develop and implement individualized plans to assist with maintaining independent living and self-sufficiency.
  • Work with young adults/adolescents to complete education, identify mental health concerns/treatment, and develop independent living skills.
  • Assisted veterans in finding affordable independent living and assisted with referrals and needed items to sustain community housing.
  • Used positive youth development philosophy to teach adolescents in state custody independent living skills based on the PAYA curriculum
  • Assisted developmental disabled adults in developing independent living skills, leading to a self-sufficient lifestyle in the community.
  • Designed and implemented independent living programs for MR/DD and court placed adolescents aimed at community integration.
  • Develop a curriculum that ensures that all individuals are provided with skills needed for successful independent living
  • Provided case management and program administration at large independent living program for foster care adolescents
  • Coordinated discharge planning and placement in the community either with family or independent living.
  • Developed and monitored Independent Living Program structured around the needs of the assigned individual.
  • Helped older foster children to transition into adult services and eventual independent living.
  • Coordinate and monitor service delivery to teenagers to prepare them for independent living.
  • Assisted with facilitating admissions/transitions from Independent Living to Enriched Housing and Skilled Nursing.
  • Co-facilitated a workshop for independent living residents regarding advanced directives and living wills.
  • Determined client eligibility for services and benefits necessary to sustain independent living.

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30. Juvenile Offenders

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Here's how Juvenile Offenders is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Monitor juvenile offenders in treatment facilities and investigate complaints made by juveniles concerning denial of treatment and other legal matters.
  • Formulated Individual treatment plans and conducted individual sessions with incarcerated juvenile offenders to help reach their treatment goals.
  • Worked closely with the police departments completing paperwork together and providing transportation for juvenile offenders.
  • Provide services and treatment to a specialized and extremely complex caseload of juvenile offenders.
  • Developed and instructed courses on Public Speaking and Dramatic Recitation for juvenile offenders.
  • Collaborated with court personnel in team meetings regarding the disposition of juvenile offenders.
  • Performed home-based bio-psycho-social interventions with juvenile offenders on parole, including sex offenders.
  • Interacted with interdisciplinary team to develop treatment goals for juvenile offenders.
  • Provided crisis intervention and case management to juvenile offenders and families.
  • Provided counseling and supervision for Juvenile Offenders.
  • Case management of approximately 40 juvenile offenders.
  • Presented best practices for juvenile offenders including criminal versus typical adolescent behavior to state employees at various facilities across the state.
  • Assessed alleged juvenile offenders between ages six and seventeen while they awaited disposition of their cases in Family Court.
  • Identified external resources to assist and reunite juvenile offenders with the work force after conclusion of the program.
  • Completed family based assessments and case plans with juvenile offenders involved with SRS and the court system.
  • Develop, coordinate, and implement an individualized plan for services and treatment for juvenile offenders.
  • Researched for resources to help strengthen juvenile offenders while they are housed in the detention center.
  • Managed the cases of 12 to 18 serial juvenile offenders in a prison setting.
  • Advise judges in custody cases, child relationships, juvenile offenders and other affairs.
  • Ensured community safety and implemented services to restore juvenile offenders on my case load.

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31. Care Conferences

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Here's how Care Conferences is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Facilitated weekly multidisciplinary care conferences.
  • Facilitated patient/family care conferences, discharge planning for high-risk patients, information/referrals and connection to community resources for patient population served.
  • Scheduled and invited residents and family members to care conferences and facilitated these meetings attended by interdisciplinary team members.
  • Developed patient care plan, provided community resources, facilitated family care conferences and organized discharge plan.
  • Prepared social histories for use by professional facility staff and participates in resident care conferences.
  • Coordinate a self-governing resident council and arrange for family care conferences with the Interdisciplinary Team.
  • Completed mood/cognitive assessments and facilitated care conferences with staff, residents and family members.
  • Participated in weekly multidisciplinary Resident Care Conferences and provided clinical review of case records.
  • Coordinated care conferences and initial consultation meetings with families and physicians and actively participated.
  • Attended, facilitated and documented care conferences with resident family members and caregivers.
  • Provide support for families of residents through care conferences and assisting with Medicaid applications
  • Created individualized care plans for each resident and facilitated residents care conferences.
  • Collaborate with an interdisciplinary team to perform care conferences and treatment planning.
  • Attended multidisciplinary care conferences and participated as member of Ethics Committee.
  • Coordinated and participated in weekly multidisciplinary rounds and family care conferences.
  • Participated in Quality Assurance and Care Conferences and handled advocacy issues.
  • Coordinate and participate in patient/family care conferences with multidisciplinary team.
  • Organized and facilitated weekly care conferences and resident council meetings.
  • Facilitate family care conferences held with the interdisciplinary team.
  • Attended patient care conferences with rehabilitation team and psychiatrist.

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32. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Assisted in developing, maintaining and monitoring processes to promote timely identification and assessment of high risk/special needs patients.
  • Complete Medicaid applications, food stamp and social security disability applications and conducted special needs assessments.
  • Assisted with behavioral management/interventions with special needs foster children of all ages within educational settings.
  • Participated in treatment team meetings to aid foster/special needs children placed in therapeutic/crisis stabilization settings.
  • Provide clinical case management services and developed comprehensive aftercare plans for special needs inmates.
  • Conducted class observations and created required documentation for children with special needs.
  • Tutored special needs foster children; improved academic achievement in one-on-one setting.
  • Assess developmental milestones and indicators of special needs or developmental delays.
  • Determined state eligibility for special needs children via in-home assessments.
  • Obtained resource information and professional consultation regarding special needs.
  • Identified children with special needs/disabilities and proposed interventions.
  • Recruited adoptive parents for special needs children
  • Intervened with couple whose stress of being homeless with a special needs child had turned violent, using cognitive behavioral intervention.
  • Performed case management for special needs foster children ages birth to 18 years of age from a variety of cultural backgrounds.
  • Service-focused social worker serving the needs of disadvantaged youth and adults, including homeless, emancipated youth and special needs populations.
  • Assessed foster care environment and matched with the special needs of the children being placed; counseled and trained foster parents.
  • Work w/special needs participants in a classroom environment, and assist to achieve and maintain their individual goals per IP Specifications.
  • Developed after care plans * Assisted with interview process for hiring of employees and case manager for clients with special needs.
  • Case management for special needs children and their families, facilitate access to medical, social, educational and other services.
  • Provide ongoing assessments of each child or family's special needs and ensure The delivery of services to meet those needs.

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33. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Analyzed psychological / psycho-social evaluations, IEP's, and medical histories within a referral packet to determine eligibility.
  • Communicated with representatives from vocational and educational organizations and attended IEP meetings on patients' behalf.
  • Functioned effectively with IEP team representing other disciplines and outside services.
  • Facilitated IEP/IFSP meetings and coordinated specialized services for children.
  • Participated in IEP s, interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary and staff meetings.
  • Conducted assessments and participated in IEP planning
  • Participated as IEP team member to help determine whether a student has a disability and reviewed all areas of suspected disabilities.
  • Participate and attend IEP meetings and assist in the implementation of interventions according to the students' individualized goals and needs.
  • Manage special education compliance and IEP creation for Title I school of 522 students that includes 35% special education population.
  • Attended all meetings regarding the child or teenager in care such as IEP meetings, transitional meetings and service plan meetings.
  • Participated in School Attendance Review Board (SARB) and Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings for children on caseload.
  • Assisted with the development of students' IEP to address behavioral problems, attendance, medical/social issues and family issues.
  • Provide support to foster families, prepare individual service plans and reports, attend IEP meetings and maintain weekly documentation.
  • Involve parents in child's education, specifically those students identified as needing as Individualized Education Plan (IEP).
  • Provide case management services for students as outlined in Individual Educational Plans (IEP) and or Juvenile Court documents.
  • Represented foster children in Juvenile Court and in at IEP meetings at Norfolk Public Schools and at FAP meetings.
  • Attended IEP Meetings, School Improvement Plans, Teacher In-services, and Consultations with individual teachers and school principals.
  • Contribute to the development and maintenance of each child on my caseload's treatment plan and goals and IEP.
  • Worked as the educational liaison, attending all school affairs, including IEP meetings, and planning recreational activities.
  • Transported foster children to visits, doctor's appointments, court, TDM, IEP, foster homes.

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34. Social Security

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Here's how Social Security is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Assist patients and families in obtaining adequate medical insurance as well as unemployment insurance, social security, state disability benefits.
  • Provided services to homeless clients and conducted extensive medical history interviews; assisted clients to applying for social security disability benefits.
  • Coordinated community resources for patients such as Medicaid, Clark County Social Services, Medicare and Social Security Disability.
  • Assisted families apply for state benefits for Medicaid, Medicare, social security disability and supplemental security income.
  • Act as an advocate for individuals applying for Social Security Disability, Medicaid and other community outreach services.
  • Provided individual counseling and case management with Social Security benefits, Medi-Cal, Medicare and Access Para-transit.
  • Complete the requirement clinical documentation for the Department of Social Services, Social Security Administration among other.
  • Participate in application processes when necessary and assist with application processes with Social Security and Disability.
  • Assisted with the application process for Social Security/Medicare/Medicaid as well as the yearly reapplications for consumers.
  • Assist patients in qualifying and maintaining eligibility for SSI, Social Security disability and medicaid.
  • Provide medical information to disability determination services supporting applications for social security disability benefits.
  • Presented applications to Social Security Administration for SSI/Disability applications and represented applicants at hearings.
  • Assist with scheduling and accompanied consumers with their medical appointments and social security benefits.
  • Ordered inspections, employment verification and verified personal information via social security administration.
  • Provided assistance in applying for Medicare/Medicaid, Social Security benefits, and Passport.
  • Completed all documents for Social Security, Medicaid Programs, and Veterans Administration
  • Aided non-insured patients to achieve eligibility for medical insurance under Social Security.
  • Assisted individuals attain and utilize their entitlements and social security benefits effectively.
  • Determined Medicaid, Medicare, and social security/welfare benefits eligibility of patients.
  • Provided education about Medicaid, Social Security benefits and other programs.

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35. Risk Assessments

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Here's how Risk Assessments is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Completed and updated Comprehensive Suicide Risk Assessments and alerted triage unit when patient required admission to Residential Crisis Treatment program.
  • Conducted immediate and ongoing risk assessments; developed treatment plans, monitored family progress and submitted petitions to Dependency Court.
  • Assessed and evaluated risk assessments /treatment plans by utilizing institution/community counseling, educational, religious, and self-help.
  • Investigated allegations of child abuse/neglect across seven Nebraska counties, completing 600 in-home safety and risk assessments.
  • Completed need and risk assessments and developed treatment plans in consultation with interdisciplinary team staffing.
  • Conducted home/hospital investigations and performed safety and risk assessments of infants, children and teenagers.
  • Conduct suicide/violence risk assessments and individual crisis management plans as deemed clinically appropriate.
  • Generated safety and risk assessments as part of family investigations.
  • Performed behavioral health/risk assessments in emergency room and medical floors.
  • Provide crisis intervention services including safety/risk assessments and timely interventions.
  • Conduct suicide/homicide risk assessments on all veterans on my caseload.
  • Conducted Risk assessments for sex offenders eligible for Civil Confinement.
  • Conducted risk assessments and provided short-term counseling to caregivers.
  • Conducted and documented sex offender risk assessments.
  • Provided risk assessments for protective reporting.
  • Conducted day-to-day safety and risk assessments.
  • Conducted a full range of client-related and case management services, risk assessments and investigations throughout the life of the case.
  • Conducted risk assessments for children and families on the child protection register who were identified as being at high risk.
  • Experience using Hot Line tools, safety and risk assessments, developing case plans, and engaging families in services.
  • Completed child-at-risk assessments for suspected sexual and physical abuse cases brought to SCAN clinic's urgent service or scheduled service.

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36. CPS

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Here's how CPS is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Completed thorough background checks including criminal and CPS history and reviewed information to determine the appropriateness of supervision or safety.
  • Coordinated with CPS to develop family service plan reviews documented through Electronic Medical Records and child welfare statewide databases.
  • Investigated CPS and APS referrals, determining response priority and evaluating need for ongoing agency involvement and/or resource referral.
  • Maintain cross-agency collaborative relationships with CPS staff, judicial, medical and law enforcement officials and community agencies.
  • Served on an agency/community-based team to ensure collaboration between CPS and service providers.
  • Provided comprehensive CPS investigations for allegation associated with child abuse and neglect.
  • Presented case histories at interdisciplinary case conferences involving cross-over CPS cases.
  • Generated social histories and coordinated evaluations for CPSE meetings.
  • Assisted co-workers in investigating CPS referrals.
  • Worked collaboratively with families and service providers to ensure family is able to correct safety issues that led to CPS intake.
  • Field all incoming calls & take all referrals for APS and CPS and pass them on to the supervisor or worker.
  • Supervised court ordered weekly visitations between clients and children, partnered with CFSA social workers and CPS investigators regarding appropriate services.
  • Provided Case Planning and Case Management Services according to a family service case plan to alleviate problems identified during CPS investigations.
  • Completed nursing home placements, attended trauma team/medical team activates, provided grief and emotional support, and filed CPS/APS referrals.
  • Participated in treatment teams with mental health agencies, foster parents, schools, CPS Social Workers and probation department.
  • Maintain CPS Caseload-Family Assessments, Investigations, Ongoing Services-Home and School Visits-Assist in training new workers & working more difficult cases
  • Experience working in crisis situations and able to refer to other agencies such as APS, CPS, detox centers.
  • Discharge planning, C planning, admission assessments, mental health assessments and placements, CPS /APS reports and communications.
  • Perform police and CPS checks annually on all individuals living in the foster home that are of adult age.
  • Provided counseling services to 18 group home adolescent boys (CPS and DPSS placements) in 3 group homes.

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37. MSW

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Here's how MSW is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Provided supervision for MSW candidate interns as official field instructor and task supervisor Social Work Internship Experience
  • Supervised MSW student from University of Maryland
  • Supervised clinical internships of MSW candidates.
  • Worked closely with LMSW, RN, and Physician staff members to provide patients with support services while in the hospital.
  • State of South Carolina License in Social Work (LMSW) State of New York License in Social Work (LMSW)
  • Supervised two graduate-level MSW intern students during 2015, one of whom was subsequently hired to work for VA.
  • Complete MSW evaluations as needed to home care patients if the geriatric population aging between 50 and 99.
  • Followed up with patient referrals to ensure they are receiving the help needed given by the MSW.
  • Backed by solid credentials (MSW) and equal strengths in program, personnel and case management.
  • Conducted home visits to interview patients and families for intakes, completed assessment documentation with MSW supervision.
  • Maintain a caseload of 35-40 clients with co-occurring disorders and provide task supervision for an MSW intern.
  • Supervised MSW social workers and provided objective feedback and resources that would help to improve work performance.
  • Collaborated with on-site psychiatrist, Parole officers, CASAC's, LMSW, RN, Vocational Ed.
  • Provided direct supervision and guidance to student interns pursuing MSW degrees and supervised their field placement.
  • Supervised one MSW Intern and monitored case notes, assessments and execution of client care plans.
  • Provide field instruction, task and clinical supervision for second-year MSW interns (2 years).
  • Created and facilitated social work internship program, including serving as task manager for BSW/MSW interns.
  • Supervised a total of 6 staff and 4 interns (MSW & Bachelor level workers).
  • Provided and oversaw weekly clinical and administrative supervision to social work staff and MSW student interns.
  • Fulfilled position as MSW in hospice/home health setting to cover for social worker on leave.

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38. HIV

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Here's how HIV is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Provided technical assistance in the development and implementation of an integrated HIV prevention/child welfare program among high risk children and adolescents.
  • Provided support in the provision of counseling for HIV/AIDS-affected, homeless and physically and psychologically abused orphan and vulnerable children.
  • Facilitated reproductive health and HIV prevention workshops in alternative high schools and community based organizations throughout New York City.
  • Provided counseling services to family members affected by HIV, and provided nutritional information about leading a healthy lifestyle.
  • Provided individual psychotherapy to adult outpatient population and to patients receiving medical treatment for HIV/AIDS.
  • Coordinated and/or sponsored a peer education program relating to HIV and other communicable diseases.
  • Developed HIV policies and procedures in accordance with regulatory and funding guidelines.
  • Conducted individual, group and family therapy with HIV-infected women and adolescents.
  • Provide rapid HIV testing and risk reduction counseling in addition to contraceptive counseling
  • Facilitated the distribution of HIV/AIDS prevention and intervention materials to communities.
  • Provide permanency-planning assistance to HIV-infected and affected families.
  • Performed psychological assessments for AIDS/HIV clinical study participants.
  • Provided HIV/AIDS education and awareness to communities.
  • Attended professional conferences/training in HIV services.
  • Provided community education on Aids/HIV.
  • Provided assessment, HIV pretest counseling, and all social work needs for the clinic's adolescent patients and their families.
  • Provided in-home counseling, community referrals and long-term planning to inner-city elderly and disabled, as well as to HIV/AIDS patients.
  • Provide medical social work services within the Division of Infectious Diseases - Immune Health Services Clinic to patients diagnosed with HIV.
  • Represent agency at area consortium meetings and support other agencies that focus on HIV prevention, testing, and education.
  • Provided weekly psychotherapy sessions to young children, adolescents, adults and geriatric patients affected and affected by HIV/AIDS virus.

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39. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Educated nursing facilities and hospital staff members about hospice services and medical implications of choosing hospice.
  • Educated staff members regarding suspicious activity, and reporting protocols for child abuse/neglect or venerable adults.
  • Provided updated training information for staff members and participate in formal and informal in-service training.
  • Communicate effectively with parents and staff members regarding crisis intervention on a regular basis.
  • Co-created and facilitated Behavioral Health 101 training to newly hired staff members
  • Provide casework consultations to staff members without advanced training.
  • Coordinated selected continuing education programming for staff members.
  • Communicate effectively with residents and other staff members.
  • Conduct presentations effectively to other staff members.
  • Supervised parole and documentation processes staff members
  • Supervised agency full-time staff members.
  • Attended interdisciplinary team meetings with family members, program director, staff members and consumer to develop consumer's service plan.
  • Provided education to staff members, facilities, and other professionals regarding the hospice philosophy, grieving process, and bereavement.
  • Promoted implementation of policy to include staff members in department meetings, directly fostering a team-based approach and sense of empowerment.
  • Consulted with physicians, nurses, therapists, and other staff members in developing discharge plans with patients and families.
  • Provided consultation and direction to staff members and community agencies in efforts to solve the needs and problems of residents.
  • Focused attention of other professional staff members on factors which may have or are causing problems for the juvenile.
  • Lead crisis intervention and assessment for issues between residents and other residents, their families, and/or staff members.
  • Collaborate with supervisor, psychiatrists, physicians, nursing supervisors, and other staff members to plan case treatment.
  • Supervised 10 staff members ensuring that programmatic plans for direct services for the organization's youth were carried out.

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40. Safety Plans

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Here's how Safety Plans is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Imparted helpful information regarding developing personal safety plans, obtaining protection orders (restraining order), and confidential shelter locations.
  • Developed Suicide Safety Plans with Veterans, provided timely follow-up, and communicated with the Suicide Prevention Coordinator.
  • Developed safety plans for children to ensure their safety and conducted service planning and clinical casework intervention.
  • Formulated and designed safety plans to stabilize families, minimizing future allegations of abuse or neglect.
  • Participate in Family Team Decision Making Conferences and the development of any resulting safety plans.
  • Assisted families in accessing crisis/emergency services, developing safety plans, and obtaining community resources.
  • Investigated Child Abuse and Neglect* Conducted Safety Plans for Families* Developed Case Plans in Juvenile CourtOn-The-Job
  • Assist parents in developing safety plans while utilizing the strengths-based, family-centered practice model.
  • Conducted initial safety assessments and developed safety plans for the child/family as needed.
  • Created and implemented Safety Plans for the families of suspected abused/neglected children.
  • Supervised the development and refinement of behavior and risk specific safety plans.
  • Develop safety plans to minimize or eliminate identified safety issues.
  • Complete therapeutic interventions and safety plans for patients being discharged.
  • Developed and implemented individual safety plans for children and families.
  • Assisted families to monitor safety and implementing safety plans.
  • Created enforceable and measurable safety plans when necessary.
  • Developed appropriate family service and safety plans.
  • Developed safety plans and mobilized needed services.
  • Created safety plans and initial case plans in an effort to reduce the level of risk to children in the home.
  • Completed Threat Appraisals, Suicide Risk Reviews, and Safety Plans, as well as classroom support for teachers and students.

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41. Medical Staff

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Here's how Medical Staff is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Case Management, documentation, interdisciplinary collaboration with medical staff and treatment plan development/writing, Discharge Planning and coordination of outpatient services
  • Participate in interdisciplinary meetings with medical staff to assist with determining client's functional capacity and barriers to economic self-sufficiency.
  • Maintained and improved collaborative relationships with medical staff to enhance satisfaction of patients, families and physicians with discharge process.
  • Conducted intake assessments and coordinated care with medical staff and insurance companies for individuals with drug and alcohol dependency.
  • Collaborated with psychiatric staff, medical staff and community providers/agencies to determine the most appropriate interventions.
  • Work closely with the emergency department multidisciplinary team to include physicians, psychiatrist and medical staff.
  • Assist medical staff by indicating degree and severity of social-emotional factors adversely affecting patients.
  • Educated medical staff on adoption policies and procedures through in-services and presentations.
  • Maintained weekly collaboration and consult with primary medical staff team.
  • Coordinated continuity of care between medical staff and psychiatric providers.
  • Trained medical staff on social work department guidelines and responsibilities.
  • Developed close, collaborative working relationships with medical staff.
  • Collaborate with medical staff and participate in interdisciplinary meetings.
  • Communicated with facility medical staff regarding needs of patients.
  • Facilitated conflict resolution meetings among families and medical staff.
  • Relay patient information and recommendations to medical staff.
  • Assisted medical staff with medically related legal problems.
  • Maintain professional relationship with medical staff.
  • Prepared, organized, and lead meetings with medical staff to appropriate patient needs and capability to return to home/public environment8.
  • Provided medical social work services to Gulf Coast Medical Center on an as-needed basis and formed necessary relationships with medical staff.

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42. Developmental Disabilities

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Here's how Developmental Disabilities is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Provided case management and service coordination for children and adults with developmental disabilities and adults with serious and persistent mental illness.
  • Developed and implemented a grant funded project to provide case management and counseling services to families of children with developmental disabilities.
  • Train and Provide staff development on goals, behavioral intervention and data collection of individuals with Developmental Disabilities and Mental Illness.
  • Elaborate, coordinate and Participate of different convention and educational activities for people with developmental disabilities and other service agencies.
  • Perform diagnostic evaluation and provide counseling and referral services to 20 consumers with developmental disabilities, and Psychiatric diagnosis.
  • Provided Case Management services to an adult men and women population placed in state hospital setting with developmental disabilities.
  • Investigated abuse and neglect allegations for this hospital and school that serves individuals with medically complex developmental disabilities.
  • Worked primarily with families affected by domestic violence, sexual abuse, mental illness and learning/ developmental disabilities.
  • Determined eligibility for child care centers, licensed shelters and homes for persons with developmental disabilities.
  • Provide person centered support to 25 individuals with developmental disabilities living in 3 Intermediate Care Facilities.
  • Initiated community training and education, provided case management and advocacy for persons with developmental disabilities.
  • Demonstrated the ability to provide therapeutic intervention services to adults with moderate to severe developmental disabilities.
  • Communicated effectively to serve client with mental illness, developmental disabilities, and/or substance abuse issues.
  • Offered counseling and case management to individuals with developmental disabilities and dual diagnosis and their families.
  • Provided at home mobile crisis intervention to individuals with developmental disabilities, focusing on behavior modification.
  • Participated in the development and implementation of Individual Service Plans for children with developmental disabilities.
  • Provided social work services to children diagnosed with developmental disabilities in an early intervention program.
  • Conducted individual and group therapeutic activities for Hill-Scott Home Adult residents with developmental disabilities.
  • Assessed children and adults for Office for People with Developmental Disabilities eligibility and services.
  • Provide advocacy and clinical support for inmates that may be diagnosed with developmental disabilities.

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43. Alzheimer

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Here's how Alzheimer is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Facilitated a scope of social services to residents with psychiatric diagnoses and residents diagnosed with Alzheimer/Dementia.
  • Conducted educational classes on Alzheimer's disease and dementia-related disorders for staff and community members.
  • Received specialized Alzheimer's disease and dementia training and provided services for secured dementia unit.
  • Provided ongoing education to families and caregivers about Alzheimer's and Dementia related diseases.
  • Facilitated support groups for caregivers and organized activities for clients with Alzheimer Disease.
  • Coordinated and institutionalized an organization-wide Alzheimer's Memory Walk 2003.
  • Experienced in working with residents diagnosed with Alzheimer's/dementia.
  • Complete MDS assessments on residents and coordinate care and supports for residents that are Veteran's, Rehabilitation and Dementia/Alzheimer's.
  • Provided social work services to the Alzheimer's Day Treatment Center *Assisted with marketing services for Alzheimer's Day Treatment Center
  • Implement and facilitate a counseling group for family members of Alzheimer residents in guidelines with practicum for graduate degree internship.
  • Experience with various medical conditions including Parkinson's, Dementia, Diabetes, Cancer, and Alzheimer's disease.
  • Provide psycho-education counseling to caregivers, health care professionals and individuals with Alzheimer's disease and related dementia's.
  • Direct client contact with patients suffering from Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, and other debilitating conditions.
  • Provide education, counseling and support to veterans residing on the Alzheimer Unit and to their family members.
  • Conducted mandatory training with support staff on Alzheimer disease, treatment and abuse of the elderly and disabled.
  • Offered support and encouragement to residents and families, including the facilitation of an Alzheimer's Support Group.
  • Conducted support groups meetings for Alzheimer's caregivers, suicide survivors, stroke survivors and cancer survivors.
  • Provide cognitive retraining for mild to moderate Alzheimer's patients living in Independent and Assisted Living Facilities.
  • Served as social worker on Alzheimer's Unit providing therapy, placement and served on treatment teams.
  • Performed in the capacity of legislative liaison to the Alzheimer's Foundation of America (AFA).

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44. Durable Medical Equipment

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Here's how Durable Medical Equipment is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Conducted timely discharge planning to include placement, any needed psychiatric follow-up and durable medical equipment needs.
  • Make necessary referrals for transportation and durable medical equipment upon discharge.
  • Discharge planning/ ordering Durable Medical Equipment.
  • Facilitate discharge plan for patients including arranging home health care services, ordering durable medical equipment and setting up transportation services.
  • Networked with community durable medical equipment companies, other nursing homes, and community agencies to obtain resources for clients.
  • Assist with placement to Skilled Nursing Facilities, Home Health arrangements, as well as getting patients durable medical equipment.
  • Arrange for Home Health Care, Hospice, Durable Medical Equipment, and other community resources for each discharge.
  • Discharge planning for short term patients linking them to any needed durable medical equipment, and home health services.
  • Arrange for patients to have home health care, durable medical equipment, and transportation resources to outpatient services.
  • Assisted with discharge planning, MDS assessments, retrieving durable medical equipment, and solving multiple issues for residents.
  • Monitored and planned for safe discharge to home with appropriate durable medical equipment and home care referrals for residents.
  • Order member durable medical equipment, makes provider appointments, and is a liaison between member and provider offices.
  • Connected residents with local contact agencies, home health care, hospice, and durable medical equipment services.
  • Coordinated obtaining durable medical equipment through contact with health insurance companies, medical professionals, and DME suppliers.
  • Order durable medical equipment, and make home care referrals to ensure a safe discharge from the facility.
  • Provide families and residents with information about home health, durable medical equipment other area skilled care facilities.
  • Coordinated with home health care agencies and durable medical equipment companies to meet patient needs upon discharge.
  • Arrange for durable medical equipment, resource funding to finance medications and other needed services if necessary.
  • Arranged for required home care and/or home durable medical equipment to ensure patient's safe return home.
  • Arranged for in home support with durable medical equipment and home health care and infusion services.

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45. Ptsd

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Here's how Ptsd is used in Social Worker jobs:
  • Provide individual psychotherapy utilizing evidence based treatments to survivors of military sexual trauma as well as individuals diagnosed with PTSD.
  • Specialized in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, especially with Anxiety Disorders and PTSD.
  • Provided individual outpatient counseling to Active Duty Soldiers presenting with PTSD, Mood Disorders, Thought Disorders, and Relational Issues.
  • Provided individual psychotherapy (supervised by an LCSW) for the treatment of PTSD, depression and bipolar disorder.
  • Trained in PTSD treatment, Family Advocacy Training and Mental Health Screening team for Soldiers arriving home from Iraq.
  • Experience working with children diagnosed with depression, anxiety, PTSD, adjustment disorder, ADHD, and ODD.
  • Offered individual therapy to adult clients suffering from PTSD, grief, substance abuse, and other psychological issues.
  • Provide Individual and Group therapy to Service members with PTSD, and those who have been sexually assaulted.
  • Act as a consultant to the clinic and community agencies re: PTSD/co-occurring concerns and the treatment thereof.
  • Treated population were veterans and/or soldier not on active status who have PTSD related to a combat trauma.
  • Used seeking safety techniques for PTSD, domestic violence clients with psychosis and challenging life skills.
  • Work assignments included assessment for high risk including SI, PTSD, child and spouse abuse.
  • Included safety planning and assessing for and treating PTSD, depression, and substance abuse.
  • Provide resiliency groups, goal setting, common concerns with PTSD, and Distress Tolerance.
  • Create and maintain clinical groups focusing on decreasing PTSD, anxiety & depression triggers.
  • Screen for Depression, PTSD, Military Sexual Trauma, and Alcohol Use.
  • Attend Staff meetings to discuss continuity of care between 2START and PTSD.
  • Assessed Vets and their families for PTSD and administered therapy treatment.
  • Provided therapy and made treatment plans for children with PTSD.
  • Work with clients who report histories of trauma and PTSD.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Social Worker

Treatment Plans13.3%
Intake Assessments10.9%
Child Abuse10.6%
Appropriate Referrals9%
Crisis Intervention7.8%
Group Therapy Sessions7.5%
Mental Health Services6.8%
Patient Care5.2%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Social Worker

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
11.7%
11.7%
2
2
Intake Assessments
Intake Assessments
9.7%
9.7%
3
3
Child Abuse
Child Abuse
9.3%
9.3%
4
4
Appropriate Referrals
Appropriate Referrals
8%
8%
5
5
Crisis Intervention
Crisis Intervention
6.9%
6.9%
6
6
Group Therapy Sessions
Group Therapy Sessions
6.6%
6.6%
7
7
Mental Health Services
Mental Health Services
6%
6%
8
8
Patient Care
Patient Care
4.6%
4.6%
9
9
Social Workers
Social Workers
3.7%
3.7%
10
10
Financial Assistance
Financial Assistance
3.4%
3.4%
11
11
Court Hearings
Court Hearings
3.3%
3.3%
12
12
Community Resources
Community Resources
2.7%
2.7%
13
13
Substance Abuse
Substance Abuse
2.4%
2.4%
14
14
Service Plans
Service Plans
1.9%
1.9%
15
15
Hospice
Hospice
1.6%
1.6%
16
16
MDS
MDS
1.4%
1.4%
17
17
Health Care
Health Care
1.4%
1.4%
18
18
Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence
1.3%
1.3%
19
19
Support Services
Support Services
1.3%
1.3%
20
20
Medical Care
Medical Care
1%
1%
21
21
Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement
0.8%
0.8%
22
22
Support Groups
Support Groups
0.8%
0.8%
23
23
Emotional Support
Emotional Support
0.8%
0.8%
24
24
Social History
Social History
0.7%
0.7%
25
25
Veterans
Veterans
0.7%
0.7%
26
26
Counsel
Counsel
0.7%
0.7%
27
27
Family Meetings
Family Meetings
0.5%
0.5%
28
28
Anger Management
Anger Management
0.5%
0.5%
29
29
Independent Living
Independent Living
0.5%
0.5%
30
30
Juvenile Offenders
Juvenile Offenders
0.5%
0.5%
31
31
Care Conferences
Care Conferences
0.5%
0.5%
32
32
Special Needs
Special Needs
0.4%
0.4%
33
33
IEP
IEP
0.4%
0.4%
34
34
Social Security
Social Security
0.4%
0.4%
35
35
Risk Assessments
Risk Assessments
0.4%
0.4%
36
36
CPS
CPS
0.4%
0.4%
37
37
MSW
MSW
0.4%
0.4%
38
38
HIV
HIV
0.3%
0.3%
39
39
Staff Members
Staff Members
0.3%
0.3%
40
40
Safety Plans
Safety Plans
0.3%
0.3%
41
41
Medical Staff
Medical Staff
0.3%
0.3%
42
42
Developmental Disabilities
Developmental Disabilities
0.3%
0.3%
43
43
Alzheimer
Alzheimer
0.3%
0.3%
44
44
Durable Medical Equipment
Durable Medical Equipment
0.3%
0.3%
45
45
Ptsd
Ptsd
0.3%
0.3%

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