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CASE MANAGER, SUPPORTIVE HOUSING PROGRAM

Stanhope, NJ

Familiarity with engaging, interviewing, assessing behavior, and documenting progress. Transferable skills in relation to customer service in terms of abilities to relate to and assist a resistant population to acquire skills and improve quality of life by understanding recovery concepts. Integral part of team for wellness advocacy programs. Familiarity with family therapy, MICA, 12-Step Programs, IMR. Experience working with diverse populations within the mental health and wellness and recovery fields. Skilled to communicate effectively. Hands-on experience with facilitation and groups. Able to assist with learning about clients’ conditions, both psychological and sociological, and to help implement intervention strategies.

Work Experience

CASE MANAGER, SUPPORTIVE HOUSING PROGRAM

Mental Health Association of Morris County

Mountain Lakes, NJ

August 2016 to August 2017

• Work with clients, some of whom are formerly homeless, to maintain their housing. 
• Evaluate the stability of clients. 
• Assist clients in securing benefits. 
• Use persuasive verbal and behavior interventions to promote clients’ stability in the community.

CASE MANAGER, ASSISTED OUTPATIENT TREATMENT

INVOLUNTARY OUTPATIENT COMMITMENT PROGRAM

March 2016 to August 2016

• Monitor clients’ stability and behavior. 
• Report clients’ ongoing psychiatric status at regular court hearings. 
• Draft court reports and design treatment plans. 
• Link clients to necessary service providers.

SENIOR RESIDENCE COUNSELOR

SUPPORTIVE HOUSING PROGRAM

February 2015 to March 2016

• Coordinate linkage to outpatient and community services for consumers in Supportive Housing. 
• Provide support by using evidenced based practices to guide consumers in recovery. 
• Create service documentation to ensure the appropriate delivery of services. 
• Work with supervisory staff to implement appropriate interventions. 
• Participate in ongoing training within the agency, and through educational providers such as Rutgers.

COMMUNITY LIFE COACH

SUPPORTIVE HOUSING PROGRAM

February 2013 to February 2015

• Outreach specialist for the Supportive Housing Program. 
• Acting as “eyes and ears” of Case Managers and Supervisors. 
• Employing mental health interventions as appropriate/needed. 
• Maintaining a professional and comfortable relationship with clients. 
• Completed various trainings, including Engagement, Education, and CBT.

Specialist incorporating pre-crisis coping mechanisms and strategies

MHANJ

Verona, NJ

2010 to 2012

• Focus on wellness and recovery using evidence-based practices. 
• Ability to lead and coordinate activities and events related to addiction and mental health issues. 
• Assist with newsletters for MHANJ including two published articles.

Self-Employed

Self-Employed

2005 to 2009

FREELANCE WRITER / MUSICIAN 
• Held various part-time jobs to supplement a freelance writing and electronic music career. 
• Explored outlets in the independent music scene in terms of publishing, maintaining rights, distribution, and current trends. 
• Recorded music in the genre of electronica and experimented with worldwide distribution. 
• Explored influences and followed contemporary trends in music. 
• Explored the “power of music” and the responsibilities inherent to proliferating music media content to a vast audience.

STAFF WRITER

Recorder Newspapers

Stirling, NJ

2002 to 2004

• Began as a “stringer, ” or part-time freelancer, but within one year advanced to the full-time, salaried position of staff writer. 
• Covered current event stories from inception to completion which included an array of topics, from politics to crime.

Education

Rehabilitation

Rutgers School of Health Related Professions

Scotch Plains, NJ

February 2015 to May 2015

Rutgers University Behavioral Healthcare

Piscataway, NJ

October 2014 to November 2014

Certificate

Rutgers College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick

August 2011

BA in Psychology

University of California

Los Angeles, CA

May 2003

New York University

New York, NY

June 2000