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Top 44 Treatment Specialist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Treatment Specialist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Treatment Specialist resumes they appeared on. For example, 14.6% of Treatment Specialist resumes contained Crisis Intervention as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Treatment Specialist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Treatment Specialist:

1. Crisis Intervention

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  • Provided counseling, crisis intervention, and administrative support in Special Education, Alternative Education and Therapeutic settings.
  • Implemented behavioral modification techniques and therapeutic crisis interventions with clients with severe behavioral and emotional challenges.
  • Developed treatment plans using crisis intervention, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and creative therapeutic approaches.
  • Provide crisis intervention in response to behavioral acting out clients according to agency guidelines.
  • Completed Therapeutic Crisis Intervention training and effectively applied techniques when physical restraint was necessary.
  • Provided short term crisis intervention and consultation with adoptive families to prevent adoption disruptions.
  • Received training in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention to learn how to deescalate aggressive situations.
  • Improved crisis intervention results with limited use of physically restraining residents.
  • Performed crisis intervention during regular business and on-call hours.
  • Established proficiency in Medicaid documentation and crisis intervention.
  • Provide crisis intervention and rotated on-call responsibilities.
  • Provided Therapeutic Crisis Intervention to clients
  • Used non-violent, physical crisis intervention techniques to restrain residents who were in danger of harming themselves and others.
  • Supervised daily activities: following a regimented schedule, enforcing program structure and guidelines, crisis intervention, etc.
  • Provided supervision, crisis intervention & therapeutic activities for the children enrolled in the program.
  • Provided crisis intervention and risk assessment, emergently petitioning residents when needed and participated in emergency on-call response system.
  • Provided therapeutic counseling, de-escalation, and crisis intervention to elementary school students in the classroom.
  • Utilize crisis intervention techniques to de-escalate an individual and environment.
  • Person-centered support for individuals with acute mental health challenges Support individuals in education and implementing recovery based tools Crisis Intervention
  • Provided residential treatment to chronically mentally ill adults Documented Medicaid billable productivity encounters with residents Provided counseling and crisis intervention

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2. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Treatment Specialist jobs:
  • Assisted patients in development and implementation of individualized treatment plans using motivational interviewing skills and stages of change theories.
  • Documented progress and collaborated with clientele to develop high quality treatment plans.
  • Created individualized treatment plans that were implemented during treatment.
  • Developed treatment plans as part of inter-disciplinary team by identifying problem areas based on information obtained from youth's records.
  • Directed youths' behaviors and guided daily activities that reinforce positive behaviors using treatment plans developed by youths' therapists.
  • Implement treatment plans as part of identifying problem areas based on information provided in the client s interview.
  • Follow treatment plans created by service coordinator; submit daily logs, and any additional paper work needed.
  • Completed necessary paperwork for patients such as updating medical charts and creating treatment plans for success.
  • Helped develop and implement treatment plans, work adjustment plans, and education plans.
  • Developed individualized treatment plans and modify for participants to work on throughout the program.
  • Develop therapeutic and treatment plans based on client interests, abilities, and needs.
  • Developed treatment plans to identify problems based on youth's records.
  • Create treatment plans specific to inmate s needs and goals.
  • Implement and maintain behavior treatment plans for each client.
  • Guided clients in understanding illnesses and treatment plans.
  • Completed initial psychosocial assessment report, devised treatment plans, completed discharge summary.
  • Developed treatment plans that consist of attainable and measureable goals for clients to reach; using strength-based orientation.
  • Managed residents behavior through approved behavioral management treatment plans in line with Uhlich's Policies and Procedures.
  • Complete Residential Treatment Plans monthly Complete weekly progress notes Complete Residential Intake packets
  • Formulate individual treatment plans Transport clients Run Daily Groups Assist with homework, cooking, cleaning and chores

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3. Behavioral Issues

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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Treatment Specialist jobs:
  • Developed and implemented crisis management plans and behavior support plans to assist clients in managing psychiatric symptoms and behavioral issues.
  • Work with severely disturbed children and adolescents -supporting immediate stabilization and assistance with overcoming serious emotional and behavioral issues.
  • Direct Care services for adolescents with emotional and behavioral issues in long-term, inpatient psychiatric facility.
  • Monitored juvenile offenders living in residential who were diagnosed with various mental health and behavioral issues.
  • Implement effective therapeutic interventions for clients aged 5-15 with mental health and behavioral issues in public schools.
  • Schedule and facilitate group meetings for residents to address program goals, and problematic behavioral issues.
  • Assisted those diagnosed with Developmental Delay, schizophrenia, and behavioral issues, with their daily activities
  • Led Treatment groups and therapeutic activities to teach functional living skills and address behavioral issues.
  • Counseled individuals in their school setting to assist with behavioral issues that impede learning.
  • Develop and assist parents with behavior plans to address behavioral issues.
  • Assisted clients in the development of coping skills to better handle behavioral issues and in de-escalating situations.

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4. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Treatment Specialist jobs:
  • Ensured a safe environment Medication inventory and documentation.
  • Provide safe environment for emotionally traumatized youth.
  • Created safe environment for group counseling
  • Create a safe environment for clients through positive role modeling, lesson planning and implementation while adhering to TFS operational policies.
  • Created a safe environment by supporting and listening to the clients and by implementing different anger management methods.
  • Provide a safe environment in a residential facility for clients under the age of 18 years old.
  • Supervised client behavior and interactions to promote culturally safe environment for each client housed in youth home.
  • Provided care and a safe environment for female victims of sexual abuse, abuse and neglect.
  • Supervised clients in a residential setting and assured a safe environment for staff and clients.
  • Provide a safe environment for staff members and adjudicated youth within a juvenile detention setting.
  • Maintained a safe environment for clients according to the Trillium Family Services operational policies.
  • Provided a safe environment for disturbed or disabled youth/adults in a home like setting.
  • Use proper physical management techniques when necessary to maintain a safe environment.
  • Maintain a safe environment for clients according to TFS operational policies.
  • Monitored their behavior and provided them with a safe environment.
  • Create a safe environment for the girls to receive therapy.
  • Provide a safe environment on campus and in the community.
  • Monitored foster homes for a safe environment for each youth.
  • Maintained a clean, healthy and safe environment.
  • Monitor the youth in a safe environment -Participate in the youth's treatment and education.

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5. Mental Health Services

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Here's how Mental Health Services is used in Treatment Specialist jobs:
  • Educate parents about mental health services and benefits.
  • Consulted with community mental health services.
  • Recorded and maintain documentation of mental health services for child files.

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6. Independent Living

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Here's how Independent Living is used in Treatment Specialist jobs:
  • Motivate youth toward independent living, including employment opportunities and financial management skills.
  • Aided clients in establishing independent living.
  • Assisted in activities of daily living, including scheduling of daily agenda and instruction on independent living and social skills.
  • Provided transition linkage services with Williams and Colbert class member to transition in to independent living within community setting.
  • Teach independent living skills, groups, transport clients to appointments, client documentation, and case management.
  • Assist Supervisor in the assessment of each individual abilities, interests and need areas toward independent living.
  • Supported at-risk individuals and taught life skills to increase potential for independent living.
  • Facilitated learning of positive independent living skills via role modeling and group teaching.
  • Prepare residents for discharge to family, semi-independent living or adult foster care.
  • Provided direct care and guidance to individuals in the independent living program.
  • Encourage, teach, and implement independent living skills with each client.
  • Assist children with developing social, coping and independent living skills.
  • Linked client's to resources that aid in independent living skills Facilitated group rehabilitation activities that target social and life skills.
  • Provide independent living skills 37.
  • Experienced in both independent living programs, as well as, sexually maladaptive treatment programs.

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7. Constant Supervision

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Here's how Constant Supervision is used in Treatment Specialist jobs:
  • Evaluated outcomes of treatment interventions and ensured the safety of children through constant supervision
  • Provided constant supervision to residents with intellectual and mental health diagnosis.
  • Provide constant supervision of clients' behaviors and interactions at all times and submit and review reports or problems with superior.
  • Maintained constant supervision of clients.
  • Provide constant supervision of clients behavior and interactions at all times.
  • Formulated and implemented individual treatment plans of clients Provided constant supervision of clients' behaviors and interactions Encouraged positive relationship building
  • Provide constant supervision of clients behaviors and interactions at all times Encourage socially acceptable habits and behaviors (i.e.

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8. Substance Abuse

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Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Treatment Specialist jobs:
  • Conducted substance abuse evaluations and formulates recommendations for treatment services in accordance with assessment results.
  • Created and implemented treatment plans for children in out-of-home placements with mental health issues, developmental disabilities, and/or substance abuse.
  • Have experience in the area of substance abuse, residential, and other areas in the treatment of adolescents and adults.
  • Monitor clients receiving substance abuse treatment at contract treatment providers and perform quality assurance duties at the treatment vendors.
  • Conduct substance abuse assessments, make treatment recommendations, and arrange formal treatment placements for clients on community supervision.
  • Provide residential drug treatment to those inmates with Substance Abuse diagnoses preparing to transition back to the community.
  • Experienced with all aspects of administrative duties surrounding the delivery of substance abuse treatment and prevention services.
  • Provided clients with education, information and leadership necessary for clients to recover from substance abuse addiction.
  • Facilitated and lead adjudicated youth's group therapy sessions in substance abuse treatment.
  • Implement and maintain system of control and routing of substance abuse eligibility files.
  • Provided substance abuse counseling, case management and referral services to clients.
  • Assisted and advised Community Supervision Officers on substance abuse issues and trends.
  • Educated in the dynamics of substance abuse specific to domestic violence.
  • Mentor and counsel youth with delinquent behaviors and substance abuse issues.
  • Conducted substance abuse and mental health assessments for local courts.
  • Provide group treatment to substance abuse and incorrigible youth.
  • Worked with clients with Psychological and Substance abuse issues.
  • Explained available substance abuse treatment services to clients.
  • Provide counseling and assist consumers with substance abuse issues
  • Treated individuals with substance abuse problems, dually diagnosed individuals, and clients involved in the legal system.

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9. Group Therapy Sessions

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Here's how Group Therapy Sessions is used in Treatment Specialist jobs:
  • Facilitated individual and group therapy sessions on a daily basis to incarcerated male offenders.
  • Coordinated daily living activities and facilitated group therapy sessions for 16 adolescent residents.
  • Conduct group therapy sessions and provide individual counseling sessions.
  • Facilitate individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Facilitated bi-monthly group therapy sessions.
  • Facilitated various group therapy sessions, such as DUI groups, women's process therapy groups, adolescent groups, etc.
  • Prepare and submit partial hospitalization notes for group therapy sessions as well as extensive case notes on a daily basis.
  • Recorded progress notes during group therapy sessions with the children and a Licensed Social Worker.
  • Plan group activities, group therapy sessions, and help maintain daily scheduling.
  • Conduct child behavior group therapy sessions to 10 clients daily.
  • Led patients in individual, family, and group therapy sessions Observed and monitored client behavior and responses to treatment.
  • Job Duties: Monitoring children throughout the day Participated in group therapy sessions Administered medication when they needed it

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10. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Treatment Specialist jobs:
  • Managed daily activities and kept track of objectives in behavior, emotional development and socialization among peers.
  • Recorded accurate and detailed documentation regarding clients' daily activities and behaviors.
  • Organized daily activities and supervised off-campus field trips.
  • Documented every time patients do personnel hygiene, when they eat, and when they participate in daily activities.
  • Supervised the daily activities of sexually reactive male youth (12-18 years old) in a residential treatment setting.
  • Communicate with children's parents or guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues.
  • Provide supervision and education of youth during daily activities using the agency's model of change.
  • Selected as lead staff to organize and conduct daily activities with the residents and staff
  • Supervised daily activities of clients, including in-house chores, leisure and recreational time.
  • Participated in planning and organizing the daily activities of the unit program.
  • Assisted assigned youth with special needs and supervised youth daily activities.
  • Provided crisis intervention, oversee daily activities and client appointments.
  • Supervised clients in daily activities and in daily life.
  • Planned daily activities and responsibilities for clients.
  • Direct clients in there daily activities.
  • Write reports about daily activities.
  • Supervised and evaluated youth in daily activities Facilitated group discussions through treatment plans and student goals
  • Mentored and supervised the daily activities of mentally troubled youth Provided safe transportation for students.
  • implemented plans for daily activities for neglected youth.
  • Scheduled daily activities and assigned chores.

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11. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Treatment Specialist jobs:
  • Planned recreational activities and supervised patients' events; documented interaction with others.
  • Encouraged patients to participate in social, educational, and recreational activities.
  • Planned and supervised recreational activities for clients.
  • Supervised and led recreational activities for residents.
  • Lead clients in educational and recreational activities.
  • Monitored and regulated the physical and emotional needs of youths with behavioral problems and supervised recreational activities of 16-23 on site.
  • Provide leisure/recreational activities of individual(s) choice, increase individual's self initiative in leisure activities.
  • Provide supervision of on and off campus activities prepare meals, complete chores, and recreational activities.
  • Participated in recreational activities, dinner, homework and the teachings/practice of new coping and life skills.
  • Participate in recreational activities with patients, including card games, sports, or television viewing.
  • Organize, supervise, or encourage patient participation in social, educational, or recreational activities.
  • Observed group members in recreational activities, at mealtimes, and in personal grooming activities.
  • Organize recreational activities and outings for the individuals we support.
  • Sponsor inmate recreational activities such as newspapers and self-help groups.
  • Assisted with recreational activities and the teaching of life skills.
  • Design and facilitate life skills lectures, and Recreational activities.
  • Transport children to recreational activities, schools and homes.
  • Facilitated therapeutic and educational groups including life skills, therapeutic recreational activities, and community building.
  • Used recreational activities in a therapeutic manner.
  • Organized and implemented recreational activities for clients Supervised employees and documented files Monitor staff/ client relationships

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12. Anger Management

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Here's how Anger Management is used in Treatment Specialist jobs:
  • Assist in oversight of daily routines/programming; implementing behavioral interventions; teaching anger management skills, social skills, life skills.
  • Facilitated multifaceted intensive drug and alcohol, anger management, and cognitive skill strategy programs for groups of 12-14 clients.
  • Provide skills training to residents including but not limited to anger management, communication, and conflict resolution.
  • Implemented behavioral interventions; while teaching the youth anger management skills, social skills, and life skills.
  • Planned and executed therapeutic groups and exercises including, hygiene, anger management, and anxiety.
  • Provided assistance and leadership during treatment groups for anger management, drug abuse and family therapy.
  • Conducted didactic groups twice a day in various areas including social skills and anger management.
  • Prepare groups pertaining to anger management, building positive relationships, and daily hygiene.
  • Facilitated groups teaching life skills, anger management, and coping skills to adolescents.
  • Implemented behavioral interventions along with teaching anger management, social skills and life skills.
  • Provided group therapy to AOD clients, anger management clients and families.
  • Provided assertion training, anger management and conflict resolution to the clients.
  • Facilitated small group lessons on social behavior (anger management).
  • Teach anger management, social and life skills.
  • Work on problem solving and anger management.
  • Led anger management and life skill groups.
  • Co-facilitated weekly peer and anger management groups to provide education and to increase insight into maladaptive coping mechanisms.
  • Implement behavioral interventions with client Assist clients with anger management, social, & life skills.
  • Instructed in daily living skills, anger management and conflict resolution.
  • Specialized in life skills, anger management, and dropout prevention De-escalate residents with therapeutic relationships

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13. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Treatment Specialist jobs:
  • Assisted in total patient care through implementation of appropriate therapeutic approaches within the therapeutic environment.
  • Direct patient care, ADL assistance, documentation of all patient care, chart reviews, incidence reporting, observation
  • Developed a discharge plan for the patient, including out-patient care or admission to a sober living facility.
  • Teach and train patient care techniques of treatment, therapy, and developed training for staff.
  • Maintained records of patient care, condition problems or problems to report and discuss with counselor.
  • Maintained accurate records of patient care, condition, progress and concerns.
  • Provided direct patient care, monitored and documented progress of patient.
  • Evaluated x-rays and managed patient care
  • Prepared all administrative reports related to patient care including progress notes, critical incidents and crisis plans.

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14. Appropriate Treatment Goals

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Here's how Appropriate Treatment Goals is used in Treatment Specialist jobs:
  • Supervised youth in daily activities, provided information needed for treatment planning and recommended appropriate treatment goals and objectives.
  • Support Program Coordinator by providing information needed for treatment planning and recommending appropriate treatment goals and objectives.
  • Assist supervisors by providing information needed for treatment planning and recommending appropriate treatment goals and objectives for youth in our facility.
  • Collaborated with an interdisciplinary team to create appropriate treatment goals, plans, and objectives.

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15. Residential Setting

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Here's how Residential Setting is used in Treatment Specialist jobs:
  • Provided direct care for adolescents diagnosed with a broad range of behavioral/emotional impairments in a residential setting.
  • Provide direct service to children and adolescents with behavioral and emotional disorders in a residential setting.
  • Established consistent rules and behavioral expectations for client in a residential setting.
  • Work closely with emotionally traumatized youth in a residential setting.
  • Worked with adolescent sexual offenders in a residential setting.
  • Shift leader in a secure residential setting for adults with severe mental illness working toward lower level of care.
  • Facilitated small groups and provided structure for felons ages 14 - 18 years old in a residential setting.
  • Monitored and assisted at-risk, adjudicated youth with their day-to-day needs in a low security, residential setting.
  • Contributed to the development and implementation of treatment plans for male and female clients in a residential setting.
  • Provided behavioral, social, and life skills training for foster youth in a residential setting.
  • Support worker for children 6 to 18 years with emotional and behavioral challenges in a residential setting
  • Worked closely with abuse, neglected, and delinquent children in a residential setting.
  • Group psychotherapy and substance abuse counseling with MDOC parolees in a residential setting.
  • Provided direct therapeutic services to at risk youth in a residential setting.
  • Provided direct care for wayward girls ages 12-17 in a residential setting.
  • Direct care and supervision of youth in a residential setting.
  • Perform daily living program activities in a residential setting.
  • Supervised youth in a residential setting.
  • United States Direct care and supervision of adolescent clients in a residential setting.
  • Provided milieu treatment services for SED children and families in secure residential setting.

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16. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Treatment Specialist jobs:
  • Assisted individual staff members in developing an understanding of professional identity and self-awareness as it pertained to job performance.
  • Participate and provide individualized participant feedback addressing behavioral issues in team meetings with other staff members.
  • Supervised co-educational unit of eight residents and eight staff members.
  • Collaborated with other staff members in planning for the group or individual members and participated in decisions makings.
  • Supervised at minimum two staff members per classroom at a day treatment program for mentally challenged consumers.
  • Ensured the safety & security of nearly 150 staff members and clients on the campus.
  • Established and maintained rapport with adolescents, other staff members, therapists and health officials.
  • Provided training to large groups (100) of staff members on an annual basis.
  • Supervised a housing unit of 50 female military prisoners and 11 staff members.
  • Directed production and shipping assignments of a shift of twenty hourly staff members.
  • Provide case consultation to other staff members as part of the delinquency team.
  • Supervised staff members within the Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program (RSAT).
  • Help staff members with problem solving and redirecting of the clients.
  • Confer with the other staff members to advise on group assignments.
  • Served as lead staff responsible for training new staff members.
  • Assist in program implantation and development of new staff members.
  • Supported staff members in execution of their duties.
  • Supervised staff members on my team.
  • Mentored and trained new staff members.
  • Develop residential treatment plans Supervise residents in treatment units Train new staff members

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17. Medical Appointments

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  • Assist with medical appointments, participates in Therapeutic physical intervention when necessary.
  • Transported patients to medical appointments.
  • Plan and implement schedules of daily tasks for patients - Transportation of clients to medical appointments, group outings, etc.
  • Transport residents to medical appointments, family visits, meal preparation, house keeping, medication, and supportive record keeping.
  • Accompany residents to, and assist residents during medical appointments in the community.
  • Transport clients to and from medical appointments, home visits and various outings.
  • Transport youth to school, home visits and medical appointments.
  • Escorted residents to and from medical appointments and classes.
  • Assist patients to and from medical appointments.

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18. Counsel

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Here's how Counsel is used in Treatment Specialist jobs:
  • Facilitated Driver Intervention Program for DWI offenders resulting in testing, educational sessions and individual counseling.
  • Provided hospital inpatient and outpatient tobacco cessation counseling.
  • Offered crisis counseling and provided information and referrals.
  • Provided individual group & direct casework counseling to assigned inmates; complies individualized program plans for inmates and their families.
  • Counseled patients with past and current abusive relationships, past sexual and/or physical abuse, and issues with grief.
  • Counseled patients in group and individual sessions who struggle with drug and alcohol addictions.
  • Provided informal group/individual counseling to help implement treatment programs for boys aged 6-18.
  • Group Sessions held with juvenile in order to provide counseling and therapy
  • Performed individual counseling, therapeutic planning and goal setting with clients.
  • Care for and Provide counseling and guidance for the children.
  • Observed and logged clients behavior while counselors where away.
  • Performed a variety of counseling techniques in treatment units.
  • Counseled young adult men on different thought processes e.g.
  • Facilitated groups & perform counsel calls weekly.
  • Counseled HIV positive consumers around HIV medications.
  • Provided individual, group and family counseling for adolescent females in a residential setting.
  • Conducted individual and group counseling for an inmate case load population of 185 - 240 inmates.
  • Housed at the PWCS at Rippon Middle; counseling and working with youth ages 11 to 14.
  • Implemented individual and group counseling for children within an "at-risk" population.
  • Develop and implement behavior modification plans Facilitate treatment groups Provide counseling to emotionally disturbed adolescents Maintain extensive documentation/chart notes

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  • Instruct American Heart Association CPR and First Aid certification courses for both community, school staff, and health professionals.
  • Pass required training including but not limited to: CPR, First Aid, and Food Handling.
  • Maintain weapons, CPR, and self-defense certification requirements, and Incident Command System certification.
  • Certified 2(S) practitioner of professional crisis management, CPR/First Aid certified.
  • Certified in CPR, Par restraint techniques, Nurturing parent, and partial hospitalizations.
  • Instructed CPR and First Aid for residential staff as a Certified Red Cross Instructor.
  • Completed Red Cross certifications for Basic First Aid and CPR/AED for Adults and Children.
  • Maintain certifications such as: TCI training, First Aid, AED training, CPR
  • Certified in Adult and Child First AID, CPR, and Defibrillator training.
  • Lead American Heart Association CPR instructor for 20 years, still current.
  • Med trained, CPR certified.
  • Med aid, CPR, and AED certified.
  • Attend required renewal trainings such as CPR, First Aid and Handle with Care.
  • trained in cpr, and in state approved tactics on restraint on minors.
  • Train new hires Handles various faxes, copying, filing and phone inquiries Escorted clients to appointments CPR & First Aid certified

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20. Positive Role Model

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  • Acted as a positive role model and helped residents identify their skill deficit, consequences and alternative behaviors during non-conflict times.
  • Encouraged development of positive attitudes, self-image and social skills by providing a positive role model.
  • Acted as a positive role model, while providing counsel and teaching healthy relationship building skills.
  • Be a positive role model to the residents by demonstrating high moral and ethical standards.
  • Provided meals and transportation, act as a positive role model.
  • Remained a positive role model for clients.
  • Provide a stable, positive role model for residents..

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21. Incident Reports

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  • Dispense all medications as directed per prescription, document per agency policy, and documented incident reports accurately and timely.
  • Prepared behavior and incident reports on detained juveniles, including documentation of module checks and daily activities.
  • Prepared written incident reports for adolescent's misconduct.
  • Verified incident reports through accurate case documentation.
  • Collected data and wrote progress/incident reports.
  • Prepare incident reports regarding residents.
  • Generate reports, including intake reports, incident reports, quarterly reports, termination (discharge) reports, treatment plans.
  • Enter data into company intranet data base such as daily activities logs, client medical information, and incident reports.
  • Compiled and prepared detailed incident reports, progress reports, Medicaid logs and daily living logs.
  • Recorded detailed incident reports on detained minors and entered log entries into the tracker system.
  • Completed daily logs, incident reports, restraint reports, and assisted individuals on outings.
  • Complete documentation regarding youth such as medical notes or incident reports.
  • Complete daily notes on individual's activities and incident reports.
  • Complete incident reports, logs, and other various forms.
  • Reported behavior at shift end and prepared incident reports.
  • Complete incident reports and all corresponding documentation as needed Robin Ficker Law Office 3/2009-2/2010 LAW CLERK:.

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  • Developed and coordinated with Community Resources for services and more permanent placement options.
  • Utilized community resources; maintains cooperative relationships with public and private agencies.
  • Connected clients with community resources to support individualized treatment plans.
  • Coordinated clients doctor appointments, nursing assessments, and helped obtain other physical and mental health needs through community resources.
  • Provided support to clients in Detox and to Residents in long term Residential Assisted residents with finding community resources
  • Referred patients, clients, or family members to community resources or to specialists as necessary.
  • Manage intake information for clients and refer client to community resources or specialists as appropriate.
  • Engage in community reintegration outings to teach proper social skills and community resources.
  • Transport clients in agency vehicle/van to various community resources, schools, etc.
  • Refer clients to staff nurse or community resources needed for assistance.
  • Worked with community resources to help meet individual needs.
  • Assisted clients in connecting with community resources through psychoeducation, role-modeling, and side-by-side assistance.
  • Refer residents to community resources such as schools, employment and etc.

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  • Coordinated counseling efforts with mental health professionals or other health professionals, such as doctors, nurses, or social workers.
  • Interact with professionals involved with clients such as attorneys, therapists, social workers, parents, and law enforcement.
  • Worked as part of a team that may include psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric nurses, or social workers.
  • Assisted social workers in facilitating group therapy sessions and adhering to treatment plans for residents.
  • Assisted social workers with counseling on interpersonal skills.

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  • Provided weekly educational counseling and devised quarterly service plans for a small caseload of clientele.
  • Develop and assist with implementation of New Jersey State approved Individualized Service Plans.
  • Completed initial and revised service plans, utilized reviews and termination summaries.
  • Developed Individual Service Plans specifically designed for the individual client.
  • Developed effective individual service plans for assigned cases.
  • Insured that all shift related tasks and responsibilities are completed, including: medication, observation notes, and service plans.
  • Collaborated with treatment team leader and team members in developing, monitoring, and updating Initial Service Plans and case activities.
  • Developed and reviewed service plans in consultation with clients, and perform follow-ups assessing the quantity and quality of services provided.
  • Document and create daily progress notes, individualized service plans, quarterly reports, closing reports, and re-authorization applications.
  • Provided individual, group and classroom interventions, and maintained accurate and concise notes to create Individualized Service Plans.
  • Complete Service Plans on all assigned clients based on approved agency assessment tools with client input.
  • Created customized service plans for clients to assist with motivation and commitment to become smoke-free.
  • Completed of daily routine management (Service Plans, Medicaid logs, etc.).
  • Assisted youth in developing personal service plans prior to discharge from the court.
  • Develop stage-wise assessments and service plans in accordance with program standards.
  • Documented and graphed client progress based on Individual Service Plans.
  • Developed Individual Service Plans for each child.
  • Individualized service plans and maintains high quality documentation of all case work, completed in a timely manner.
  • Documented all patient information including service plans, treatment reports and progress notes.
  • Case Manager/Supervisor Educator of HIV/AIDS medications and their side effects Direct services addressing barriers to treatment adherence Assessments/Service Plans

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25. TCI

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  • Trained in TCI behavior management techniques when clients become physically disruptive.
  • Trained in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI).
  • Provide individualized intervention for problematic behaviors using TCI techniques such as de-escalation, to prevent and/or manage crisis.
  • Train treatment specialist on crisis de-escalation skills TCI Restraint trained Responsible for coordinating activities and schedule for the youth.

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26. Conflict Resolution

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  • Provided psycho-educational group instruction, conflict resolution, life skills training and therapeutic support to sexually reactive adolescent males.
  • Worked with other staff members in conflict resolution management and reported to my supervisors when incidences occurred.
  • Performed crisis counseling, conflict resolution and anger management with 11 clients with personality disorders.
  • Provided conflict resolution and problem solving, crisis intervention, including suicide intervention.
  • Provided behavior modification and conflict resolution as needed.
  • Assisted with crisis intervention and conflict resolution.
  • Facilitated programming such as: Drug and alcohol treatment, conflict resolution, aggression replacement training and sex education.
  • Group facilitator for various life skill classes, conflict resolution, and anger management.
  • Planned and implemented activities, taught peer conflict resolution, and social skills.
  • Instructed in living skills, parenting, and conflict resolution.
  • Applied verbal and physical methods of conflict resolution.
  • Assist residents with conflict resolution.
  • Required knowledge of child development and childhood disorders Provided conflict resolution when needed to residents.
  • Teach in the moment conflict resolution and problem solving skills.

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27. Vital Signs

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  • Performed duties such as administering medications and measuring vital signs.
  • Trained in the monitoring of physical vital signs such as; blood pressure, respiration, temperature, and heart rate.
  • Record and maintain patient information, such as vital signs, eating habits, behavior, or discharge plans.
  • Maintained records of patients' activities, such as vital signs, eating habits, and daily behavior.
  • Perform physiologic measurements of pulmonary function; expired air, carbon monoxide and basic vital signs.
  • Document patient's vital signs, eating habits, injuries, and daily behavior.
  • Take and record medical and dental histories and vital signs of patients.
  • Collected and documented Breathalyzer test results, vital signs and identifying data.
  • Perform nursing duties, such as administering medications, measuring vital signs, collecting specimens, or drawing blood samples.
  • Assist with patient care Physical exercise and activities Report on vital signs

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28. Relapse Prevention

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  • Provide casework services and group/individual counseling services to prison inmates in a Relapse Prevention Therapeutic Community.
  • Facilitated groups on relapse prevention and life enhancement with emphasis on the psycho-social-spiritual life connection.
  • Facilitate educational and relapse prevention groups.
  • Facilitated weekly small groups with Residential Drug Abuse offenders on family issues, relapse prevention, lapse, and transitional issues.
  • Led treatment groups in the areas of Drugs & Alcohol, Relapse Prevention, and Stress & Anger.
  • Provide group and individual therapy with a focus on relapse prevention.
  • Provide crisis and symptom relapse prevention services.
  • Customized training in Transtheoretical Model of Stages of Change, Motivational Interviewing and Relapse Prevention.
  • Co-Facilitated cognitive-behavioral groups Facilitated Relapse Prevention groups inclusive of mock relapse sessions.

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29. at-Risk Youth

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  • Served at-risk youth ranging in age from 12-17 during eight hour shifts within a culturally diverse environment.
  • Supervised, supported, provided care and development of at-risk youth in case load.
  • Provide vital support, evaluations and counseling for at-risk youth.
  • Worked with at-risk youth in a behavioral treatment facility.
  • Maintain a positive environment for at-risk youth ages 5-18.
  • Managed conflicts for thirteen at-risk youth.
  • Provide counseling and support for at-risk youth ages 10-17, documented daily activities in regards to behavioral progress.
  • Counseled at-risk youth in residential treatment setting Mediated and assisted youth in any altercations or issues Developed strong problem solving skills
  • Served as residential treatment specialist for troubled and at-risk youth Provided social intervention with residents Facilitated age-appropriate skill building.

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30. Residential Treatment Facility

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  • Supervised adolescent male sex offenders in a residential treatment facility while implementing behavioral modification and teaching of life skills.
  • Provided counseling and case management for delinquent youth located in a secured residential treatment facility.
  • Monitored assigned adolescents during school and night hours for group home residential treatment facility.
  • Direct care of court referred adolescents at a medium secure residential treatment facility.
  • Assisted with development and implementation of the Substance Abuse Residential Treatment Facility.
  • Worked in a residential treatment facility with high-risk children and adolescents.
  • Act as shift supervisor of direct care staff in a residential treatment facility for youth ages 6-17.
  • Worked with DCFS youth ranging in the ages of 13-18 in their residential treatment facility.
  • Provided counseling and case coordination services for adjudicated youth ages 12-18 in a residential treatment facility.
  • Work in a twenty four hour residential treatment facility.

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31. Personal Care

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  • Performed personal care work and support with domestic tasks including cooking meals, shopping, cleaning, feeding and bathing.
  • Assisted with day-to-day personal care needs of consumers, and crisis prevention interventions.

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32. Emergency Situations

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  • Handled emergency situations in a regard to clients, supervised the self-administered medications prescribed.
  • Handled emergency situations, environmental and physical while following proper protocol.
  • Responded to emergency situations while remaining calm and focused.
  • Respond efficiently and effectively to emergency situations.
  • Interfaced with counseling staff on residents progress as well as emergency situations as they applied to sobriety and safety.
  • React and respond in emergency situations in order to maintain the safety of both client and fellow staff.
  • Responded to emergency situations by isolating the situation and contacting the appropriate people to solve the issue.
  • Handle emergency situations such as environmental, weather situations, and physical injury.
  • Responded to emergency situations as needed and prescribed by C.P.I.
  • Respond to emergency situations or AWOL incidents.
  • Respond to emergency situations as needed.
  • Executed physical and verbal de-escalation techniques in emergency situations.
  • Key Results: Emergency response skills enabled me to quickly and effectively react in emergency situations.
  • Handled emergency situations such as environmental, physical injury, and crisis 1 intervention response to behavioral acting-out of clients.

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33. Probation Officers

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  • Work and share information directly with clients, guardians, customers, case workers, and probation officers.
  • Completed memorandums, letters, and required forms to Judges, Department Heads, and Probation Officers.
  • Prepared reports for the courts which were utilized by judges, attorneys, and Probation Officers.
  • Work collectively with probation officers, caseworkers, school officials and foster parents.
  • Maintained communication with Resident Advisors, Probation Officers regarding client progress.
  • Maintain communication with Parole/Probation Officers, Court Writers, Court Advocates, Medical personal (psychiatrist, R.N, etc.)
  • Conduct intake and pre-transition meetings with families and probation officers.

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34. Clinical Staff

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  • Train clinical staff on treatment plan construction and interpersonal communication with inmates.
  • Conduct performance evaluations of clinical staff.
  • Collaborate with licensed clinical staff.
  • Perform head count for clinical staff and management (Criminal Justice Sites) and complete reports and paperwork as needed.
  • Complete medicaid notes, take part in staff meetings, provide input with clinical staff about clients and related activities.
  • Worked in conjunction with clinical staff in implementing goals on the client's Individual Service Plans (ISP).
  • Perform no professional counseling and give recommendations to clinical staff of clients progress and behaviors.
  • Supervised clinical staff providing orientation, training, and quality review of treatment notes.
  • Work with Clinical staff on the process of the patient's entire Treatment process.
  • Work in a conjunction with licensed clinical staff as part of the team.
  • Interacted with clinical staff and external resources such as school or community personnel.
  • Prepare written reports for weekly treatment team clinical staff meetings.
  • Participate in clinical staffing/treatment plan review for each client.
  • Worked with clinical staff to develop counseling strategies.
  • Provide direct supervision to clinical staff.
  • Provided clear and accurate information about pharmacotherapy options available and their therapeutic use to patients, physicians and other clinical staff.

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35. Developmental Disabilities

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  • Conducted monthly monitoring reports, reliability checks and personal outcome assessments for individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of intellectual/developmental disabilities and co-occurring mental illness and/or substance abuse disorders.
  • Worked effectively with children with mental illness, developmental disabilities and those with traumatic pasts
  • Assist Individuals with Developmental Disabilities in activities of daily living.
  • Oversee training of approximately 40 individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Implemented and supervised strategies for adults with developmental disabilities.
  • Provided caring support to individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Teach clients with mental retardation and developmental disabilities.
  • Provided assistance to clients with developmental disabilities with activities of daily living (grooming, feeding, toileting, etc.)
  • Assisted children and adults with developmental disabilities to become as independent as possible with activities of daily living.
  • Assist in developing, implementing, monitoring, and revising individual habilitation plans for individuals with developmental disabilities.

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36. Court Hearings

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  • Manage youth needs including escorting to appointments, court hearings, and other off campus duties.
  • Provided transportation to court hearings and acted as advocate for youth during court hearings.
  • Transport youth to activities, family sessions, and represent youth in court hearings.
  • Attend court hearings and case reviews with the residents on my caseload.
  • Attend all court hearings and/or parole hearings as subpoenaed or assigned.
  • Transported and accompanied consumers to court hearings.
  • Transported and attended court hearings for residents.
  • Attended court hearings and service planning sessions.

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37. Direct Supervision

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  • Direct supervision of 8-10 behavior disordered children in a residential setting.
  • Provided direct supervision to youth ages 8-18 with severe emotional and behavioral challenges due to trauma, abuse and neglect.
  • Provide direct supervision and protection to children ages 8 to 18, maximum of 10 children to a unit.
  • Compile individual treatment plan reports for clients under my direct supervision.
  • Provide direct supervision to clients in a day reporting program.

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38. Residential Treatment Program

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  • Provided care and supervision for children enrolled in the residential treatment program and assisted in maintaining a positive living environment.
  • Assisted in development, implementation, and evaluation of residential treatment programs.
  • Recommended residential and non-residential treatment programs.
  • Provide daily care counsel and supervision to the adolescents living within a residential treatment program.
  • Supervised the daily activities of youth involved in the Juvenile Justice residential treatment program.
  • Performed duties required for all three shifts pertaining to the residential treatment program.
  • Performed supervisory duties for up to 14 adolescents in a residential treatment program.
  • Assisted youth in the residential treatment program with their daily activities and functioning.
  • Provide care and supervision for children enrolled in the residential treatment program.
  • Monitor and process adolescents living within a residential treatment program.
  • Assist an monitor youth during day to day activities of juveniles in a residential treatment program.
  • Work with youth and families in a residential treatment program .

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39. Problem Areas

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  • Identified problem areas for each youth evaluated and developed personalized treatment plans.
  • Identified problem areas based on information obtained from youth records.

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40. Meal Prep

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  • Assist clients with daily activities such as meal preparations, personal cleanliness, medication administration, transportation and transferring.
  • Observe and discuss meal preparation and suggest alternate methods of food preparation.
  • Monitored meal preparation, visitation, and other client activities.
  • Med prep, meal prep.
  • Assisted with Day-to-Day Care such as hygiene, meal preparation, room care and medication distribution.

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41. Rehabilitation Programs

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  • Design treatment and rehabilitation programs.
  • Develop rehabilitation programs for assigned offenders or inmates, establishing rules of conduct, goals, and objectives.

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42. Institutional Adjustment

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  • Assess client progress towards rehabilitation and institutional adjustment; evaluates information and prepares reports describing program participation adjustment.
  • Assessed/evaluated/reported youth s progress towards rehabilitation and institutional adjustment.
  • Assess youth progress toward rehabilitation and institutional adjustment.
  • Conducted interviews to obtain and evaluate youth's personal, family, social, psychological, delinquent history and institutional adjustment.
  • Assessed rehabilitation progress, institutional adjustment and deliberated on final discharge actions.
  • Recommended rehabilitative programs based on the youth's family and psychosocial history, delinquency and institutional adjustment factors.

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43. Community Outings

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  • Escort and supervise residents during community outings.
  • Supervised group of 5 to 7 children ages 6 - 12 with severe behavioral disorders during daily routines and community outings.
  • Facilitated the development of social skills for adults with mental illness through community outings, art and activities.
  • Assisted with range exercises Attended community outings with clients Minor housekeeping

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44. Basic Needs

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  • Assisted in achieving personal independence to manage basic needs within the context of the client s mental health treatment needs.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Treatment Specialist

Crisis Intervention

17.3%

Treatment Plans

15.4%

Behavioral Issues

13.4%

Safe Environment

6.3%

Mental Health Services

6.3%

Independent Living

5.0%

Constant Supervision

4.6%

Substance Abuse

4.6%

Group Therapy Sessions

3.6%

Daily Activities

3.6%

Recreational Activities

2.8%

Anger Management

2.4%

Patient Care

2.2%

Appropriate Treatment Goals

2.1%

Residential Setting

2.0%

Staff Members

1.9%

Medical Appointments

1.8%

Counsel

1.6%

CPR

1.5%

Positive Role Model

1.5%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Treatment Specialist

Rank Skill
1 Crisis Intervention 14.6%
2 Treatment Plans 13.0%
3 Behavioral Issues 11.3%
4 Safe Environment 5.4%
5 Mental Health Services 5.3%
6 Independent Living 4.3%
7 Constant Supervision 3.9%
8 Substance Abuse 3.9%
9 Group Therapy Sessions 3.1%
10 Daily Activities 3.0%
11 Recreational Activities 2.4%
12 Anger Management 2.0%
13 Patient Care 1.9%
14 Appropriate Treatment Goals 1.8%
15 Residential Setting 1.7%
16 Staff Members 1.6%
17 Medical Appointments 1.5%
18 Counsel 1.4%
19 CPR 1.3%
20 Positive Role Model 1.2%
21 Incident Reports 1.1%
22 Community Resources 1.1%
23 Social Workers 1.0%
24 Service Plans 0.9%
25 TCI 0.9%
26 Conflict Resolution 0.8%
27 Vital Signs 0.8%
28 Relapse Prevention 0.7%
29 at-Risk Youth 0.7%
30 Residential Treatment Facility 0.7%
31 Personal Care 0.7%
32 Emergency Situations 0.7%
33 Probation Officers 0.6%
34 Clinical Staff 0.6%
35 Developmental Disabilities 0.6%
36 Court Hearings 0.6%
37 Direct Supervision 0.5%
38 Residential Treatment Program 0.5%
39 Problem Areas 0.4%
40 Meal Prep 0.4%
41 Rehabilitation Programs 0.4%
42 Institutional Adjustment 0.4%
43 Community Outings 0.3%
44 Basic Needs 0.3%
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