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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
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Professional Summary
Mental Health Counselor specializing in Substance Abuse and Marriage Family Therapist. Responsible self-starter who communicates well and is dedicated to improving the well-being of clients.
Skill Highlights
  • Addictions specialist Suicide precautions expertise Suicide risk assessments Dual diagnosis expertise Exceptional problem solver Clinical documentation mastery Community resources specialist Practiced i
  • Superior understanding in diversity culture family assessments populations
Accomplishments
  • Voluntarily implemented weekly workshops for family, service members and veterans who have recently
  • returned from combat involved in the adjustments difficulties upon homecoming, including insomnia
  • irritability, concentration difficulties and military justice system
Professional Experience
Marriage Family Therapist Trainee, 01/2014 - Current
Care Initiatives Osceola, IA, Marriage Family Therapist Trainee provided mental health services in support of the United States Armed Forces by serving as a counselor in the Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Intensive Outpatient Dual-Diagnosis Treatment Program. Provided individual and group therapy, marriage and couples counseling. Facilitated continuing care groups, conducted assessments, intake interviews, prepared aftercare planning and referrals, conducted prevention, patient case management and referral activities as required. Experienced in the treatment of individuals with Mental Health Disorders and Co-Occurring Substance Abuse Related Disorders. Utilized psychological treatment modalities in working with individuals, families and groups to achieve treatment goals.
Legal Assistant, 11/2010 - 12/2014
Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton City, STATE, Legal assistant provided support to Attorney Advisor; Staff Judge Advocate; Two Paralegal Specialists; and Third Party Claims Collection Specialist. Providing medical administrative services by examining and evaluating requests for medical records CHCS/AHLTA and information under FOIA, HIPAA, federal criminal discovery statutes, federal civil discovery statutes, and military justice discovery regulations. Work with all staff involved with any aspect of release of protected health information (PHI) to ensure adherence to Privacy and HIPAA policies. Researching, extracting and organizing medical records/information for completeness and consistency as directed. Familiarizing in identifying specific clinical findings, support existing diagnoses, complicated medical records and make a variety of basic statistical computations from information gathered in medical records. Researching independently or as requested relevant legislation regulations, and precedents, determining if documents or their segregable portions can be released, analyzing whether requests should be readdressed to another activity. Obtaining additional legal or medical information that may be needed for these processes. Establishing, reviewing, revising and renewing Inter/Intra Service Support Agreements and Memorandum of Understanding with civilian and military activities external to Naval Hospital, Camp Pendleton, under the Defense Regional Interservice Program. Primary point of contact for Training Affiliation Agreements. Assisting and analyzing patient complaints, hotline complaints, inspector general inquiries and congressionals, when directed, relative to facts, issues, and applicable policy; obtaining additional facts and information; researching policy and precedents, and drafting responses for Commanding Officer signature. Assisting in reviewing, analyzing and processing of FOIA requests and government ethics matters, OGE 450 reports, gift offers, travel gift offers, fundraising requests, obtaining additional facts and information; researching policy and precedents, interviewing appropriate personnel; developing appropriate conclusions and justifications; and assisting in preparing requests and responses for the command's Ethics Counselor and Commanding Officer signature.
Consolidate Substance Abuse Community Center Specialist, 10/2009 - 11/2010
Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) City, STATE, Facilitates the BUMED Clinical Management Team concept. Analyze internal administrative operations, review and analyzes over 80 administrative procedures to ensure that the most efficient and effective methods are utilized. Make decisions as to the most efficient methods to utilize and implement methods. Perform a variety of administrative duties; such as, establishing and managing the office filing system, management of supply systems and management, tracking of the Consolidated Substance Abuse Counseling Center automated data bases such as utilizing electronics medical records management. Prepare staff activity reports utilizing CHCS and AHLTA, operating reports for evaluation by management via computer and for submission to higher headquarters. Provide comprehensive, direct executive-level administrative and logistic support to the CSACC program. Coordinated administrative functions to ensure smooth and efficient operation of the office and its programs. Worked independently to accomplish tasks. Organized, collected, analyzed, and distributed information relate to the M&FS, CSACC Branch. Create and distribute correspondence and reports using office automation tools. Answer recurring questions and resolve administrative and clerical problems. Increase knowledge and awareness of the program through briefings and information booths among the 42,000 installation Active Duty Service Members and their families.
Education and Training
Master of Arts: Marriage and Family Therapy, Expected in 2015
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National University - San Diego, CA
GPA:
Status - National University 2015 Master of Arts: Counseling Psychology specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy San Diego, CA
Certificate: Clinical Preceptorship Program, Expected in 2014
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- San Diego, CA
GPA:
Status - Clinical Preceptorship Program 2014 Certificate: Critical Connections for Quality Care & Developing The Therapeutic Alliance San Diego, CA
Bachelor of Science: Business Management, Expected in 2013
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Park University - ,
GPA:
Status - Park University 2013 Bachelor of Science: Business Management Parksville, MO
Certificate: Paralegal, Expected in 2013
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California State University San Marcos - San Diego, CA
GPA:
Status - YWCA 2013 Certificate: Domestic Violence Counselor San Diego, CA
Military Experience
Specialist
10/2009 - 11/2010
Marine Corps ,
Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) October 2009 to November 2010 Consolidate Substance Abuse Community Center Specialist Camp Pendleton, CA Facilitates the BUMED Clinical Management Team concept. Analyze internal administrative operations, review and analyzes over 80 administrative procedures to ensure that the most efficient and effective methods are utilized. Make decisions as to the most efficient methods to utilize and implement methods. Perform a variety of administrative duties; such as, establishing and managing the office filing system, management of supply systems and management, tracking of the Consolidated Substance Abuse Counseling Center automated data bases such as utilizing electronics medical records management. Prepare staff activity reports utilizing CHCS and AHLTA, operating reports for evaluation by management via computer and for submission to higher headquarters. Provide comprehensive, direct executive-level administrative and logistic support to the CSACC program. Coordinated administrative functions to ensure smooth and efficient operation of the office and its programs. Worked independently to accomplish tasks. Organized, collected, analyzed, and distributed information relate to the M&FS, CSACC Branch. Create and distribute correspondence and reports using office automation tools. Answer recurring questions and resolve administrative and clerical problems. Increase knowledge and awareness of the program through briefings and information booths among the 42,000 installation Active Duty Service Members and their families.
Certifications
HIPAA Certificate: Critical Connections for Quality Care & Developing The Therapeutic Alliance Certificate: Domestic Violence Counselor Certificate: Paralegal,
Affiliations
Certificate: Critical Connections for Quality Care & Developing The Therapeutic Alliance
Skills
Medical Records, Paralegal, Aspect, Claims, Collection, Drafting, Fundraising, Hipaa, Interviewing, Legal Assistant, Training, Therapy, Case Management, Mental Health, Outpatient, Administrative Operations, Clerical, Clinical Management, Correspondence, Filing, Increase, Its, Operations, Records Management, Adjustments, Clients, Clinical Documentation, Documentation, Problem Solver, Risk Assessments, Self-starter, Therapeutic, Business Management

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School Attended

  • National University
  • Park University
  • California State University San Marcos

Job Titles Held:

  • Marriage Family Therapist Trainee
  • Legal Assistant
  • Consolidate Substance Abuse Community Center Specialist

Degrees

  • Master of Arts
  • Certificate
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Certificate

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