Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:

Seeking an opportunity for a position in the Rehabilitation/Health Services field where I may gain additional experience as a professional and become a valuable asset to the facility. Hardworking and reliable counselor in practice while working as a provider with strong abilities in client care and determination. Offering effective communication skills, hard working effort and dedication. Highly organized, proactive and punctual with a team-oriented mentality.

  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • Communication skills
  • Effective Reading skills
  • Research
  • Documentation skills (Psychosocial assessments, counseling sessions, group counseling sessions)
  • Group counseling facilitation skills
  • Supervision skills
  • Team management
  • Team building
  • Planning and coordination
  • Problem resolution
  • Customer service
  • Writing skills
  • Client care
  • Provider skills
  • Empathetic
  • Diligent
  • Hardworking
  • Determined
  • Optimistic
  • Prompt
  • Organization skills
  • Listening/Reflective listening skills
  • Goal oriented
  • Leadership skills
  • Adjusting quickly
  • Counseling (all therapeutic approaches
  • English
  • Filing
  • Documentation
  • Inventory
  • Leadership skills
  • Mentorship skills
  • Money Handling
  • Organizing Events skills
  • Filing
  • Cooking
Volunteer/Job Experience
A Happy Home Healthcare , 06/2020 to Current
Life Time FitnessWhite Bear Lake, MN,
  • Work with multidisciplinary healthcare teams such as nurses and psychical therapists to provide comprehensive mental healthcare to my homecare client.
  • Psychically supported homecare client by monitoring PT exercises, assisting client with walking and daily life activities such as eating and using the restroom, and carefully observing psychical changes the client has for potentially dangerous changes/outcomes
  • Prevented patient injuries by providing necessary restraints and appropriate supports.
  • Prepared and accompanied patients on public outings, managing safety, behavior and other activities.
  • Demonstrated self-reliance by meeting and exceeding workflow needs.
  • Administered medications at appropriate times.
  • Enhanced patient wellbeing by supporting participation in recreational activities.
  • Check clients temperature every two hours.
  • Cook, clean, and make sure that the client is receiving effective and appropriate services throughout the day.
  • Facilitated best care by developing strong and trusting rapport with client.
  • Helped transition client between bed, walker and automobile to provide safe mobility support.
  • Planned optimal meals based on established nutritional plans.
  • Helped clients stay happy and healthy by providing mental and emotional support.
  • Monitored and reported clients' progress.
Distributor, 10/2020 to 02/2021
Life Time FitnessCommerce, CA,

Even though I worked at this job for a couple of months, I contributed to the business and completed all my responsibilities.

  • My responsibilities include ensuring that the medication is correct on the scripts, entering them into the system and then distributing them to patients who cannot come pick them up.
  • This includes hospice patients, patients that have children who cannot leave the home, and other patients who simply live too far.
  • I handle prescription drugs of all types including all the controlled substances.
  • I do whatever my boss asks of me.
  • The staff is amazing and we all work together as a team to assure our patients are receiving the appropriate medications and customer service.
  • Updated procedures necessary for compounding, mixing, packaging and labeling medications.
  • Prioritized and consistently accomplished customer satisfaction and loyalty by fostering relationships with patients.
  • Maintained compliance with healthcare, industry and facility rules and regulations.
  • Established clear and effective customer service policies to increase satisfaction and
    pharmacy loyalty.
DHR Behavioral Center Intern, 01/2020 to 04/2020
Coast Community College DistrictCosta Mesa, CA,

As an intern working at DHR Behavioral Health, I had many responsibilities/tasks to fulfill. I completed 326 hours.

  • Group facilitator for all units. 3-4 group sessions a day, (Geriatrics, adults, adolescents, and children).
  • Complete one on one psychosocial assessments with patients.
  • Documentation on PSA's, individual sessions, and group sessions.
  • Worked with multidisciplinary healthcare team to provide comprehensive mental healthcare to hospital patients.
  • Supported and encouraged psychiatric patients to promote health and wellness.
  • Enhanced patient wellbeing by supporting participation in recreational activities.
  • Helped patients adjust to hospital routines and thrive in structured environments.
  • Recorded and closely monitored patient behaviors and progress to effectively identify changes needing attention.
Server, 01/2018 to 10/2018
Khans GrillCity, STATE,
  • Communicating with customers.
  • Cleaning responsibilities.
  • Help the customers with whatever they need.
  • Educated guests on daily specials and appetizers, entrees, desserts and other menu items.
  • Greeted customers, answered questions and recommended specials, wine and desserts to increase profits.
  • Completed closing duties by emptying trash, safeguarding alcohol and polishing silverware.
  • Collaborated with host, bus person and cook to efficiently serve food and beverage options.
  • Greeted newly seated guests quickly and efficiently.
  • Checked on guests to verify satisfaction with meals and suggested additional items to increase restaurant sales.
  • Rearranged tables and chairs, located or rolled extra silverware and was quick to prepare for large groups.
Server, 09/2013 to 09/2015
Texas RoadhouseCity, STATE,
  • Communicating with costumers.
  • Cleaning responsibilities.
  • Communication skills.
Volunteer, 12/2018 to 05/2020
Abundant Grace Counseling CenterCity, STATE,
  • (365 completed hours) Supervised by Dr. Brian Dutremaine.
  • Scheduled my own client’s.
  • Conducted over 200 hours of one on one counseling.
  • Provided one on one counseling services for client’s with depression, anxiety, anger management, addictions, disabilities, and grieving.
  • Did extensive research on several counseling approaches and discussed them once a week with Dr. Dutremaine.
  • Completed several intakes assessments on the phone and in person.
  • Filed documents/notes and confidentiality agreements along with termination files.
  • Conducted assessments such as the BDI and inventory checklists.
  • Improved operations by assisting with various entry-level tasks, saving valuable time for busy staff.
  • Collaborated with others co-workers to discuss different counseling approaches.
Volunteer Mindfulness Co-group Facilitator , 01/2020 to 03/2020
PhD MentorCity, STATE,
  • Mindfulness co-group facilitator under supervision of a PhD student.
  • Co-facilitated in 8 sessions with a group of teachers at Sharyland North Middle School.
  • Introduced mindfulness.
  • Practiced techniques used for stress and anxiety.
  • Promoted awareness on living in the present moment.
  • Encouraged teachers to express their feelings and discuss what was happening at home or school that was stressful to them and helped each person develop insight into their personal lives and work.
  • Implemented activities, events and programs that encouraged individuals to embrace healthier attitudes towards through promoting the effectiveness of mindfulness.
C.A.M.P University, 08/2016 to 12/2016
Pamela GonzalezCity, STATE,

· Worked with 45-50 individuals with various types of disabilities and disorders

· Assist with educational practices such as number counting, reading, writing, math, science, English/Spanish language, money counting and generating sentences.

· Construct lesson plans dealing with business skills, cooking recipes, application skills, working with forms, art activities, and activities of daily living.

· Assist students with eating lunch

· Special Olympics training

· Physical activity such as walking, zumba, yoga, basketball and dancing.

Mentor/Volunteer, 12/2014 to 12/2016
Team MarioCity, STATE,
  • Various events for kids with Autism.
  • Music camp for children with Autism
  • Encouragement towards social interaction.
  • Team Mario Music Camp.
  • Assisted children in receiving high-quality, appropriate care with best possible results.
Voluntary Tutor, 12/2014 to 04/2015
Freddy GonzalesCity, STATE,
  • Helped children of ages 5-15 with homework and creating projects.
  • Showed children various ways of completing tasks.
  • Passed out fliers to promote this free organization.
Education and Training
Master of Science: Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling, Expected in 05/2020
University of Texas At Rio Grande Valley - Edinburg, TX,
  • Completed 365 hours in direct/indirect counseling with clients.
  • Completed documentations such as Psychosocial Assessments, group notes, and Individual counseling sessions.
  • Completed coursework in counseling, ethics, research psychology, and family/couples therapy.
  • Intern at Doctor's Hospital at Renaissance
  • Intern/counselor at Abundant Grace Counseling center.
  • Passed the mandatory comprehensive exam to obtain the degree.
  • Participating in mindfulness volunteer group counseling sessions at elementary schools for teachers.
  • Attended the Annual Rehabilitation Conference in 2018/2019
  • Won third place on my research project and presented it at the conference.
Bachelor of Science: General Rehabilitation , Expected in 12/2017
University of Texas At Rio Grande Valley - Edinburg, TX,

Dean’s List 2015-2019 Presidents List, ASL Club member Team Mario Autism mentor Rehabilitation Study Abroad Trip to London/Scotland C.A.M.P. University (Can Achieve Maximum Potential) Assistant The University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley, Edinburg Texas

  • Bachelors Degree in General Rehabilitation
  • 150 completed intern hours at Abundant Grace Counseling Center.
  • Dean's List 2015-2019
  • Completed continuing education in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling
High School Diploma: , Expected in 2013
Raymondville High School - Raymondville, TX,

Honors: Daughters of American Revolution Good Citizen Award Lower Valley Cotillion Club member Unanimous First Team All-District Basketball

Active in all sports such as basketball, volleyball, softball. FFA, cheerleading, soccer and track.

  • Member, Alumni Association
  • Volunteer work
  • Reading
  • Sports (Active in many)
  • Writing
  • Rehabilitation Club
  • ASL Club (American Sign Language)

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  • A Happy Home Healthcare
  • Distributor
  • DHR Behavioral Center Intern
  • Server
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  • Volunteer
  • Volunteer Mindfulness Co-group Facilitator
  • C.A.M.P University
  • Mentor/Volunteer
  • Voluntary Tutor


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