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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:
  • resumesample@example.com
Professional Summary
  • Highly trained to evaluate, classify, and treat emotional and behavioral problems in an ethical and supportive environment.
  • Strong ability to identify neuropsychological strengths and deficiencies, convey findings in concise reports, and implement specific treatment goals.
  • Considerable and comprehensive psychological testing and assessment experience.
  • Team-oriented professional, with a proven track record of establishing solid relationships with multidisciplinary team members, co-workers, administration, in addition to city, county, state and federal agencies.
  • Led community education and outreach programs: Suicide prevention, weight management, cardiac rehabilitation, marital classes (domestic violence), substance abuse/dependence (tobacco cessation) and many more.
  • Excellent communicator dedicated to improving the well being of others.

 

 

Skill Highlights
  • Proficient in dozens of treatment modalities
  • Dual diagnosis expertise 
  • PTSD/CISD group specialist
  • Expert psychological diagnostician
  • Crisis intervention authority
  • Addictions specialist  
  • Testing and assessment adeptness
  • Clinical documentation mastery
Accomplishments
Alcohol Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (A.D.A.P.T.) Program Manager
Member of Psi Chi, International Honor Society in Psychology
B.H.O.P. Behavioral Health Optimization Program (B.H.O.P.), cutting edge Air Force program integrating psychologists into primary care.
Hostage Negotiation Psychology Team leader Minot AFB
National security responsibilities as AF Psychologist:  Screenings for access to nuclear weapons, security clearances, sniper school, deployments, pilots fitness for duty, etc.
Professional Experience
Coordinator in Training, (C.I.T.), 04/2015 to Current
Kennedy Krieger InstituteBaltimore, MD,
  • Leadership position within a Fortune 500 company.
  • Self-starting team player licensed to sell life and health insurance.
  • Marketing and sales presentation experience.
  • Builds alliances with business owners and individuals to establish long-term business growth.
  • Promptly resolved all customer requests, questions, and complaints.
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Clinical Research Psychologist, 02/2009 to 2011
EAGLE APPLIED SCIENCES, LLCCity, STATE,
  • Civilian contractor working within The Neuropsychiatry Branch of the Department of Defense conducting research projects involving Air Force pilots and drone operators (Specifics are Classified).
  • Responsible for study design, data collection, complex technical report writing and presentation of findings to high ranking military and civilian personnel.
  • Submitted findings to appropriate scientific journals at the direction and discretion of specific military personnel.
  • Required coordination with Investigational Review Board, professional liaison in the scientific community and United States Air Force Field Experts.
Psychology Associate II, 05/2006 to 07/2007
Arizona State Prison Complex (A.S.P.C.)City, STATE,
  • Performed individual and group therapy, psychological testing, and suicide assessments in Flamenco Mental Health Unit of Arizona State Prison Complex.
  • Routinely conducted solo assessments of one hundred inmates, or more, (in an 8 hour shift) to determine placement in one of twelve  state complexes with security levels ranging from minimum to maximum.
  • Nominated by prison administration as Suicide Task Force member.
  • Assisted in the development of The Suicide Screening Profile for Inmates (Labeled those at high risk, confirmed their appropriate placement, and flagged charts to reduce future risk).
  • Psychological testing and assessment given to inmates.  Results presented to psychiatrists, other doctors, nurses, occupational therapists, and social workers.
Clinical Psychologist-Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program Manager, 06/2003 to 02/2005
United States Air ForceCity, STATE,
  • Managed the administration and provision of mental health services within the Department of ADAPT and served as a staff psychologist within the Life Skills Support Center Clinic.
  • Provided supervision for enlisted and civilian support staff, managed the distribution/allocation of ADAPT funds and resources, as well as provided evaluations regarding outcome of staff performance, and productivity within the ADAPT clinic.
  • Responsible for comprehensive biopsychosocial evaluations, diagnoses, and treatment plans of all individuals referred to ADAPT Clinic.
  • Psychological Testing and Assessment (neuropsychological, intellectual, personality, and various other tests).
  • Individual and group counseling primarily utilizing solution-focused and cognitive-behavioral interventions.
  • Consultation with primary care physicians, psychiatrists, and medical personnel, as well as key military personnel (e.g., Commanders, First Sergeants, and Supervisors).
  • Provide consultations regarding the suitability-for-service, fitness-for-duty, and special duty evaluations.
Captain--Clinical Psychologist-Residency, 07/2002 to 07/2003
United States Air Force- Wright Patterson Medical CenterCity, STATE,

 

    Major Rotations- Neuropsychology, Health Psychology, Clinical Psychology.

  • Sub rotations- Child Psychology and Psychology within the Primary Care Clinic).
  • Psychological Testing and Assessment (e.g., neuropsychological, intellectual, and personality).
  • Individual counseling utilizing primarily cognitive-behavioral interventions.
  • Consultations with a team of primary care physicians, psychiatrists, and physician assistants, nurse practitioners and other physicians from various units of the hospital (e.g., internal medicine, cardiology, and pulmonary rehab).
  • Lead psycho-educational and therapy groups for various clinics. (e.g., cardiac rehabilitation).
Counselor/Crisis Intervention Therapist, 10/2001 to 06/2002
Columbia River Mental Health, ,
  • Responsibilities as a County Designated Mental Health Professional (CDMHP) include:.
  • Assessing clients in Clark County Jail, Southwest Washington Medical Center, Vancouver Veterans Administration, and other public and private residences to determine whether involuntary commitment was necessary.
  • Supervised clinical experience works with numerous disciplines on a regular basis including: Hospital Staff, Police, EMT's, Attorneys, and numerous insurance agencies.
  • Other responsibilities include: Report writing/legal documentation under RCW 71.05, treatment planning, family, marriage, individual interventions, emergency therapy sessions, and testifying in legal proceedings.
Education and Training
Doctor of Psychology: Clinical Psychology, Expected in 2003 to George Fox University - Newberg, OR
GPA:
Clinical Psychology
Master of Arts: Clinical Psychology, Expected in 2000 to George Fox University - Newberg, OR
GPA:
Clinical Psychology
: Psychology, Expected in 1996 to George Fox University - Newberg, OR
GPA: cum laude

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School Attended

  • George Fox University
  • George Fox University
  • George Fox University

Job Titles Held:

  • Coordinator in Training, (C.I.T.)
  • Clinical Research Psychologist
  • Psychology Associate II
  • Clinical Psychologist-Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program Manager
  • Captain--Clinical Psychologist-Residency
  • Counselor/Crisis Intervention Therapist

Degrees

  • Doctor of Psychology
  • Master of Arts

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