Enthusiastic, motivated and dedicated professional with a talent for encouraging active participation and creating a fun environment.
Hours Completed: 58
Hours Completed: 129
Magna Cum Laude
Hours Completed: 95
Primary responsibility for overall direction and coordination of all programs and services provided by the Support, Disability, & Counseling Center. Sets and accomplishes the objectives of Support, Disability, & Counseling Center (SDC) through direct professional activities and through the activities of the staff. Supervises and controls all budgetary matters as they relate to Support, Disability, & Counseling Center; prepares annual and biennial budget requests, approves all purchase orders and otherwise monitors department budget expenditures and limits expenditures to budgeted levels. Supervises all SDC personnel; performs all normal supervisory functions including the timely completion of performance evaluations. Manages any grants awarded to the SDC or its staff or assigns the management of those grants to specific employees. Provides direct services in personal counseling, group counseling, and academic advising for students. Prepares and presents special programs, workshops and seminars. In some cases, designs, plans for and presents an entire series; in other cases, assists other professionals in presentations or programs. Provides crisis counseling and intervention as necessary. Responds to crisis calls from students and college personnel at any hour. Manages the ADA Program. Serves as the first contact for students with disabilities; refers students to other college programs for services as appropriate. Helps facilitate the college's orientation program, and serves as a resource for various recruitment activities as needed. Part of the professional responsibility of this position is to gauge the need for additional services or programs for WWCC students and respond accordingly. Serves as a special resource to other student services programs including residence halls, athletics, children's center, financial aid, and college activities. Will make special presentations to these populations. Establishes strong working relationships with faculty to facilitate an effective referral system for students. Organizes and supervises the test center services and career assessment services. Assumes responsibility for program evaluation and documentation. Maintains a database on SDC services including numbers and types of contacts.
Provided personal and crisis counseling, academic and alert advising, and maintained office availability on a regular and substantial basis for the purpose of meeting with students. Facilitated various support groups and group counseling sessions for students as needed. Assisted students, parents, and faculty with ADA accommodations, particularly during the beginning of semester and summer sessions. Participated in all programs and services provided by Support, Disability, & Counseling Center, including special presentations, workshops and seminars. Assisted in interpreting career assessment results and following up with students. Served as an Academic Advisor. Served as a special resource person to other student services functions. These included student housing, athletics, children's center, financial aid, and student activities.Made referrals to appropriate off campus agencies designed to deal with special problems. Established strong working relationships with faculty. Managed the program for students on alcohol probation and/or experiencing problems with alcohol and drug use or abuse. Provided educational programs on drug and alcohol use and abuse. Coordinated the International Host Family Program. Served on various campus committees.
Provided personal, career, and academic counseling to students accepted into TRIO Program. Facilitated groups, provided workshops, referred students to other university services, monitored student progress, maintained files and records of students, and provided services for students with disabilities.
Taught multiple sections of a course entitled Achieving Academic Goals. Met with groups of students for project assignments, graded papers, tests and assigned final grades for the class.
Conducted patient intake interviews, administered personality and IQ tests, scheduled initial and follow-up appointments for psychiatrist, requested medical records for patients and maintained patient files.
Scheduled 24-hour Safe Line, provided direct client services including intake and assessment, crisis intervention, and referral services. Developed and implemented fund raising activities, trained and supervised volunteers, facilitated K-6 educational programs, provided legal advocacy, maintained a resource library, and developed and promoted marketing efforts.
Licensed Professional Counselor - LPC #717
National Certified Counselor - #55782
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