Obtain employment where I can utilize my education and experience while assisting in achieving employer's objectives. Results-driven Mental Health Case Manager who challenges clients to work toward healing and self-sufficiency while emphasizing their personal strengths and milestones. Highly motivated Residential Case Management and Counselor offering unsurpassed relationship-building and interpersonal skills. Trained in crisis prevention and intervention techniques. Self-starter and team player. High-energy mental health professional motivated to help every client learn healthy means of dealing with mental and emotional difficulties. Dedicated to provide compassionate, results-oriented and solution-focused care.
Crisis intervention techniques
First Aid certification
Strong interpersonal skills
Experience with homeless populations
Superior oral and written communication skills
Fluent in Spanish/ English
Critical thinking interventionist
Certified Counselor for Sexual Assault
Substance Abuse recovery planning
Mental illness monitor
Homeless Case Manager, 10/2016
to Current SRO Housing Corporation – Los Angeles: Skidrow
Contract IHSS workers for clients in more necessity
Developing Individual Action Plan.
Assisting clients to assess and identify his/her strength and needs.
Obtain clients to attend treatment programs such as AA and NA meetings.
Observed and monitored client behavior and responses to treatment.
Conduct Intake and Assessment for new clients in the program
Conduct home visits
to 03/2016 Campbell Unified School District: Campbell Care – Cambell,
Create lesson plan for students focusing on his or her needs.
Help students with homework and homework extensions.
Coordinate STEAM Clubs/Mind, Body, Motion/ World Changers weekly to evaluate student's learning skills.
Challenge student's learning skills
Conduct meeting with student's parent base on student's development
In-home Tutor, 10/2013
to 04/2015 Sullivan Learning Systems – San Jose,
Help students work on their reading skills to develop their proficiency.
Use lesson plan to help students with comprehensive and memorization skills.
Provide paperwork such as test results, time sheets and calendars on a weekly basis through email and through our staff meetings.
Monitor student's disability with a behavior specialist
Conduct a learning plan with the student and the parent
Sales host/ Receptionist, 02/2012
Greet customers and assist them with their needs.
Answer/Transfer phone calls.
APB-Desk program, entering data, Microsoft word, excel, and PowerPoint.
Conduct meetings for sales consulted
Project Sister Family Services: Crisis Intervention Counselor for Sexual Assault.
Crisis intervention Couselor: Sexual Assualt, 10/2010
to 08/2013 Project Sister Family Services – Pomona
Worked with victims one-on-one on daily basis.
Worked with forensic nurses, law enforcement, and police officers regarding the victim's case.
The California Emergency Management Agency (Cal EMA) 40 training certified as a crisis intervention counselor for sexual assault.
Held counseling to the survivals and families of sexual assault.
Service Advisor, 11/2009
to 12/2011 Fred Jordan Mission Center
To give families in Los Angeles County hope and healing to thousands of poor people in the community; helping women and children by providing food, clothing, and shelter.
Associate of Science: Behavior Science,
June, 2013 Citrus College - Glendora,
CA. Social Behavior and Science
Bachelor of Science: Social Science & Mexican American Studies,
May 25, 2016 San Jose State University - San Jose,
Cultural Awareness and Sensitivity workshop
Violence Outreach and Awareness
Political education workshop on corporations and incorporations
Adults in the Criminal Justice System CEU
Coursework in Childhood and Adolescent Psychology
Coursework in Human Sexuality
Coursework in Gentrification
Coursework in human Rights link with MECHA
Helping others by advocating for them in situations of legal, civil and counseling
Educate our future generation on the importance of pursuing a higher education
Violence outreach and community work
Bi-literate in English and Spanish.
Students Against Violence (SJSU)
Students and faculty from San Jose State University form an organization in January 2016, where they can safely speak about the community violence that San Jose State surrounds. Students and faculty would obtain on-campus and off-campus awareness of sexual assault, domestic violence, neglect violence, battered and child abuse. Members of the organization provided educational resources and psychological resources to the community about how can the community help.
LLN (Latina Leadership Network)
As an assistant of this organization, I was responsible to conduct meetings and conduct outreach to the community. LLN is an organization that mutual support and advocacy organization committed to provide opportunities to develop innovative approaches to increase the participation of Latinas in leadership roles and to promote and maintain La Cultura Latina and non-sexist familial values. Also, mentoring other Latinas to achieve educational advancement and developing leadership skills in the Los Angeles community colleges.