Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -

Results-focused professional offering expertise in Special Education, clinical services and behavioral data analysis. Proactive leader with strengths in communication and collaboration. Adept at managing concurrent objectives to promote efficiency and influence positive outcomes.

  • Team Management
  • Continuous Professional Development
  • Group Instruction
  • Teacher Collaboration
  • Student Development Analysis
  • Special Education Expertise
  • Psychologist Collaboration
  • Curriculum Management
  • Leadership Ability
  • Motivational Style
  • Training & Development
  • Friendly, Positive Attitude
  • Data Management
  • Relationship Building
  • Problem Resolution
  • Working Collaboratively
  • People Skills
11/2008 to Current
Behavioral Data and PBIS Intervention Coordinator Engage Talent City, STATE,
  • Behavioral Data and Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports, Learning and Development related to Positive Behavioral Interventions and supports (PBIS), Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS), Scientific Research-Based Interventions (SRBI), Social emotional learning (SEL), Student Learning Objectives (SLOs), School Wide Information System (SWIS) and electronic clinical, medical and psychiatric database (e-Charts)
  • Oversee electronic Department of Children and Families (DCF) mandated case files, via the electronic clinical documentation system, and make recommendations for format revisions to ensure regulatory compliance
  • Develop, coordinate, assist clinical, school and residential staff campus wide with the provision of PBIS curriculum to students, and work with staff to identify efficient and effective interventions to address behavioral concerns, which affect academic and social emotional learning in all milieus
  • Create and maintain all Behavior Intervention and Individualized Treatment Plans; to include data reviews, recommend interventions and work with licensed clinical staff on DSM diagnostic criteria
  • Oversee and assist with entering behavioral data into the School-Wide Information System (SWIS) for all programs, monitor the timeliness of data entry, and produce reports, when necessary or requested
  • Provide leadership with behavioral data analysis campus wide, identify appropriate interventions and facilitate data review committees for school and residential staff, families, Clinicians and other agencies
  • Facilitate and oversee a student PBIS Advisory Committee, and liaison with families and community resources to engage and encourage supporting ASD’s PBIS framework
  • Schedule and lead monthly leadership team meetings, coaches meetings and committee meetings
  • Administer Assessments quarterly to ensure fidelity and sustained implementation of school-wide positive behavioral interventions and supports
  • Present at international and local Clinical and behavior focused conferences
  • Analysis data to develop Student Learning Objectives, implement appropriate interventions to address target behaviors, evaluate data and modify SLO's as needed
  • Schedule and lead opening of school and booster trainings for all staff yearly
  • Create summer PBIS reinforcement system for ESY (Extended School Year).
  • Coordinate transition services for PACES out-of-state students, develop and maintain a database of out-of-state PACES student related providers, their contact information, including all relevant service providers in the students’ home communities, and provide follow-up by contacting relevant individuals and agencies for up to 6 months after graduation and or voluntary discharge
  • When appropriate, facilitate interest-based work-related opportunities for PACES students locally, and look for opportunities to coordinate with their adult services providers to determine if the work experiences provided at ASD can be transferred to employment or training opportunities in their home communities
07/2010 to 09/2017
American Sign Language Curriculum Coordinator Educational Playcare City, STATE,
  • Worked with school administrators to determine course needs, set frameworks and ensure NAEYC compliance.
  • Offered subject matter expertise on curriculum design, selection and purchasing.
  • Developed curriculum and learning materials to increase comprehension.
  • Create, shoot and edit all “Signing with Jessica” videos and photographs for use by facility staff.
  • Professional Development with staff twice yearly.
  • Onsite training one time per year to each of the 19 centers
12/2002 to 10/2008
Program Coordinator Covenant House, Rights Of Passage City, STATE,
  • Responsible for 52 single male and 40 mother/child residents/clients ranging from 18-24 years of age
  • Apply appropriate clinical theories for each client under my direct care, including, but not limited to, group and individual counseling in substance abuse, behavior modification, anger management, crisis intervention and stress management
  • Utilization of therapeutic techniques, including, but not limited to, Art Therapy, REBT, Narrative Therapy, Reality Therapy and Motivational Interviewing
  • Initial Intake, Intake Conferences, Case Management, Monthly Reports, Grant Writing, Mentoring, Fundraising, and community involvement
  • Educational component including High School level courses, GED prep courses, college level courses and vocational goals
  • Direct supervision of 15 Case Managers.
05/1999 to 08/2007
Specialty Educator/Coach The Knowledge Project City, State,
  • Responsible for working with students grades 6-12 in specific subject, including English, Theatre, Art and
  • Film throughout New York City, Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx to create a project, displayed to the local community
  • Provide empathy and coaching to at risk students and their families
  • Understanding of social and familial dynamics
  • Observe peer interaction
  • Recognize cultural difference/similarities.
Education and Training
Expected in 01/2008
M.S: Human Services, Counseling Studies
Psychotherapy- Capella University - ,
Expected in 01/2003
B.S: Mass Communication
Five Towns College - ,
Expected in 01/2002
A.A: Arts
Five Towns College - ,
Expected in 01/2001
American Sign Language:
Nassau Community College - ,
Expected in
Graduate Certificate: Applied Behavioral Analysis
- ,
Expected in
ABA: Applied Behavior Analysis
Capella University - Capella University,
Expected in
A.A: Deaf Studies
- ,
Expected in
- ,
American Sign Language:
Native/ Bilingual
  • Human Service-Board Certified Practitioner (HS-BCP)
  • Certified SWIS Facilitator
  • PBIS TOT Endorsed Trainer
  • Thinking Maps Certified Trainer
  • Certified Nutritional Therapist 2017
  • Phi Sigma Eta National Honor Society
  • Magna Cum Laude
  • Awarded PBIS Model Demonstration School 2016-2021

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  • Psychotherapy- Capella University
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