- Work in conjunction with school administrators to meet needs of consumers
- Provide in class intervention, social skill training, group and clinical therapy
- Function as a member of the interdisciplinary treatment team and provide individual, family and group therapy in school and community settings
- Provide In-school Day treatment services to young children to enhance effective coping skills to promote appropriate daily functioning
- Perform and document an initial exam, evaluating data to identify problems and determine a diagnosis prior to intervention.
- Turkish Hamam
- Info and test massage
- Cleaning and tidy up the spa, rooms, towels, etc.
- Conduct comprehensive intakes, initial assessments, and diagnosis assignment of mental health and substance use disorders..
- Provide individual and group therapy within a residential and intensive outpatient setting.
- Provide support and crisis intervention.
- Maintain accurate documentation, comprehensive treatment plans, progress notes, utilization reviews, and case conceptualization.
- Provide conjoint/couples and family psychotherapy.
- Collaborate and interface within multidisciplinary team of professionals to optimize quality client care.
- Facilitate groups including psychoeducational, process, life skills, experiential, and relapse prevention.
- Provides one on one IBI instruction to children and adults using ABA principles.
- Evaluates behaviour and progress of clients with disabilities and who are on the spectrum.
- Deescalates aggressive situations through communication and Nonviolent Crisis Intervention.
- Coordinates and updates programs for each student incorporating the ABLLS S-R, Carolina Curriculum.
- Participates in monthly clinical supervision with team psychologist and meets with the Clinical Supervisor, while working collaboratively and providing feedback and support.
- Maintain confidentiality for all clients.
- Complete all work in accordance with the guidelines for Occupational Health and Safety Act.
- Led the collaboration between The California Clinic and COMAR (Comision Mexicana de Ayuda Refugiados/ Mexican Commission to Assist Refugees) in order for immigrants and refugees living in Mexico City to receive accessible, affordable, and competent mental health treatment
- Provided single session crisis counseling in various migrant shelters using somatic interventions after the September 2017 earthquake in Mexico City
- Presented and trained other therapists in the unique contextual barriers immigrants and refugees in Mexico City face in regard to psycho-social health
- Delivered bilingual strengths-based family systems therapy to individuals, couples, and families
- Anticipated barriers to clients’ treatment goals and created plans with clients addressing barriers in order to maximize treatment success
- Maintained up to date and thorough progress notes and documentation up to the standard of The California Clinic and COMAR