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P.O. Box 0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000


Country of Citizenship: United States

SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx

Secret Security Clearance



Job Title: Social Worker Program Coordinator

Department: Veterans Affairs

Agency: Veterans Health Administration

Job Announcement Number: VK-17-HS-1916412-OCA-BU





Core Competencies

Psychotherapy, Psycho-Educational Group Facilitation, Staff Meeting Direction, Operational Administration, Program Planning, Resource Allocation, Oral/Written Communication, Crisis Management, Teaching/Training, Academic Support, Court Presentations, Internal Investigations, Funding, Sate/Federal Regulatory Compliance, Family Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Client Advocacy, Policy Authorship, Curriculum Development, Life Skills Training, Positive Relationship Development, Community Involvement


Note: Currently completing Psy.D Program and involved in Intervention Practicum assignment with the Federal Detention Center, Honolulu, HI see full description under Practicum Experience below



Professional Experience


March 2011 Present

U.S. Department of Defense

311th Signal Command

Honolulu, HI

Hours per Month: 16

Salary: $460-$600 Monthly

Supervisor: CPT Joseph McDaniels Phonexxx-xxx-xxxx May Contact


Signal Staff Officer (Operations)


In this part-time assignment support well-trained team of individuals tasked with Information Systems Management; provide training as well as leadership for specific roles and mission involvement, as identified by senior command. Continually promote performance excellence and achievement of highest standards while emphasizing safety and motivation. Additionally serve as Sexual Assault Level 1 responder, with directives for providing advocacy support services for victims of sexual assault/harassment.


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September 2014 July 2016

The Queens Medical Center

Honolulu, HI

Hours per Week: 32

Salary: $56,000 Annually

Supervisor: Yvonne Yim Phone: 808.691.1000 May Contact


Medical Social Worker


Worked with patients in the Emergency Department, providing counseling/therapeutic services/emotional support; developed brief mental health assessments and conducted bio-psychosocial assessments for individuals during hospital stay and upon discharge, triaging care based on high-risk models. Served in liaison role between patients, family and healthcare provider team, and provided appropriate referrals within inpatient setting as well as for community-based services following discharge.



January 2014 April 2016

Hawaii Behavioral Health

Honolulu, HI

Hours per Week: 5-20

Salary: $30/Hour

Supervisor: Dr. Dana Ortiz, Ph.D Phone: 808.354.4425 May Contact


Medical Social Worker


Provided strong mental health treatment, support and assistance for children and adolescents, both in foster home settings as well as in their original homes, in an effort to avoid out-of-home placement. Performed mental health and diagnostic assessments, developed safety plans and provided any needed therapeutic services as well as individual and family therapy. Continually employed well-developed professional judgment to affect positive changes; also oversaw work performance of up to three less-experienced social workers/paraprofessionals.



March 2014 June 2014

Care Hawaii

Honolulu, HI

Hours per Week: 40+

Salary: $28/Hour

Supervisor: Dr. Tiffany Delacruz, Ph.D Phone: 808.533.3936 May Contact


Mental Health Worker / Crisis Therapist (CT)


For this Crisis Mobile Outreach/Hawaii Access Line service, provided in-depth, direct crisis management and assisted in stabilizing individuals, as well as families, dealing with acute issues; clients ranged from young children to individuals advanced in age. Skillfully performed mental health as well as lethality assessments, transported high-risk individuals to the Emergency Room for emergency mental health services and took on responsibilities for coordinating care with physicians/lawyers/clergymen/teachers among others.

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August 2010 January 2014

State of Hawaii Judiciary

Honolulu, HI

Hours per Week: 40

Salary: $45,000 Annually

Supervisor: Christianne Ikehara Phone: 808.539.4480 May Contact


Social Worker IV (Family Court)


Tasked with responsibilities for supervising juveniles placed on legal status by Family Court; conducted interviews and independently developed highly impactful assessments and social reports regarding juvenile(s), providing written/oral recommendations to Court concerning detention versus residential or outpatient treatment. Presented cases at interagency meetings to assure proper decision-making regarding medical, correctional or psychiatric treatment. Initiated services and facilitated appropriate agency referrals to support continued care as well as address specific areas of need.


As member of multidisciplinary treatment team, collaborated with parents as well as state agencies/community providers; interactions often required educating various individuals on the effects/impacts of child abuse and neglect as well as domestic violence.



September 2013 December 2013

U.S. Veterans Initiative

Kapolei, HI

Hours per Week: 12

Salary: $-0- (Volunteer)

Supervisor: Jennifer Lloyd Phone: 808.286.5867 May Contact


Clinical Intern (VIP Veterans Initiative Program)


Steered provision of services to individuals/groups of Veterans living in residential transitional housing; individuals ranged in age from 20 years through 80+. Performed risk assessment and provided individual therapeutic support for Veterans; also provided strong administrative assistance to management.



March 2010 August 2010

U.S. Veterans Initiative

Waianae, HI

Hours per Week: 40

Salary: $40,000 Annually

Supervisor: Shannon Hayes Phone: 808.696.6770 May Contact


Case Manager


Expertly advocated for/assisted homeless families of Veterans/non-Veterans in dealing with multiple issues/problems including complex psychosocial factors; facilitated referrals to appropriate services. Provided problem-solving training during group sessions/classes in such

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areas as developing life skills/healthy relationships, stress management and learning healthy eating habits, designed to support successful transitioning into permanent housing as well as lifestyle stability; continually utilized professional skills in motivating individuals toward making positive changes.



August 2008 February 2010

Henry Lee Willis Community Center, Inc.

Worcester, MA

Hours per Week: 40+

Salary: $65,000 Annually

Supervisor: Carlton Watson Phone: 808.887.2434 May Contact


Program Director (Family Care Program)


Employed wide array of disparate methodologies to develop model of learning-focused organization dedicated to improving service quality and program census; provided employees with guidance, leadership and training in crucial areas of abuse, neglect, domestic violence, case management, trauma and crisis intervention. Continually provided crucial advisement to organizational leadership concerning program strategic planning and worked closely with program contractors, funding sources and licensing agents, ensuring compliance with all governing federal/state regulations as well as contractual/accreditation standards and requirements.



June 2006 August 2008

Henry Lee Willis Community Center, Inc.

Worcester, MA

Hours per Week: 40+

Salary: $45,000 Annually

Supervisor: Carlton Watson Phone: 808.887.2434 May Contact


Assistant Program Director (Family Care Program)


In this initial professional assignment with the Center, successfully directed family care supervisors tasked with supporting clients referred by Department of Children and Families (DCF) who were placed in specialized or therapeutic foster homes. Worked within an overarching advanced generalist social work crisis intervention theory to conduct case conferences, review client files and train staff personnel as well as foster parents on best methods for responding to crises and resolving conflicts. Was active participant in all activities concerning foster parent recruitment, admission of clients into programs and stabilization of placements.



September 2004 June 2006

Dynamy, Inc.

Worcester, MA

Hours per Week: 40

Salary: $32,000 Annually

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Supervisor: Fred Kaelin Phone: 508.755.2571 May Contact


Youth Advisor (Youth Academy Program)

Provided excellent mentoring of at-risk high school students; taught important life skills including time management, stress reduction techniques and organization, designed weekly lesson plans and tracked student progress. Also designed and implemented SAT preparation classes, developed public speaking/platform presentation skills and taught on areas such as diversity and cultural competency.


Was main point-of-contact for incoming student admission process and served as peer leader, assisting staff personnel with relationship-building training, curriculum development, lesson planning and experiential teaching. Also contributed to organizational strategic planning, developed/evaluated/modified core curriculum and served as organizational representative at various professional conferences as well as in developing important community relationships.


September 2003 September 2004

The Mentor Network

West Roxbury, MA

Hours per Week: 40

Salary: $30,000 Annually

Supervisor: Stacey Risotti Phone: 781.326.4207 May Contact


Clinical Coordinator


Worked closely with DCF-involved, special needs (specialized) individuals within foster care system; developed initial bio-psychosocial assessments as well as annual diagnostic updates, utilized information gleaned from interviews/research/observations to assess families and ensured appropriate follow-through on immediate medical issues as well as regular, routine appointments.


Diligently oversaw foster placements, coordinated monthly foster parent training/support groups, trained foster parents regarding behavior management as well as protocols for responding to emergency/non-emergency situations, and authored weekly/monthly reports as well as diagnostic and family assessments. Consistently met in regular basis with clients, foster parents, personnel from DCF and other relevant individuals, served as educational advocate for individual clients within school system and was member of the on-call emergency response team.



Practicum Experience



September 2016 - Present

Federal Detention Center

Honolulu, HI

Hours per Week: 24

Salary: $-0- (Volunteer)

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Supervisor: Dr. James Tyson, Psy.D Phone: 808.438.4200 x2505 May Contact:


Intervention Practicum Student


For this multi-disciplinary institution, work with wide range of incarcerated individuals and employ cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) techniques; provide individual/groups/solution-focused therapies as well as risk assessment for adults dealing with substance abuse, dual diagnoses, depression, trauma-related disorders, personality disorders and SPMI, among others. Work as part of a psychology-focused team and continually provide evidence-based services and support for inmates while serving in liaison role between staff members. Assure that complete confidentiality is maintained at all times and document any clinical encounters in secure medical charts.



September 2015 September 2016

The Learning Disorder Center of Hawaii

Pearl City, HI

Hours per Week: 24

Salary: $-0- (Volunteer)

Supervisor: Dr. Karen Tyson, Psy.D Phone: 808.955.4775 May Contact:


Diagnostic Practicum Student / Psy.D Doctoral Student


Expertly conducted multiple neurological evaluations for patients referred for multiple reasons including evaluations for ADHD, autism spectrum disorder and various assessments to identify learning disorders. Testing instruments include Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, 5th Edition (WISC-V), the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, 4th Edition (WAIS-IV), the Woodcock Johnson IV achievement Test, the Gray Oral Reading Tests, 5th Edition (GORT 5), the Test of Everyday Attention for Children (TEA-CH) and the Hooper, among others.



August 2015 February 2016

Hawaii Pacific Neuroscience

Honolulu, HI

Hours per Week: 8-24

Salary: $-0- (Volunteer)

Supervisor: Dr. Kore Liow, M.D. Phone: 808.261.4476 May Contact:


Diagnostic Psy.D Practicum Student


During Fall 2015/Spring 2016 semesters performed neurological evaluations of individuals referred for difficulties with memory; conducted clinical intake interviews and authored neuropsychological reports. Also administered an array of tests including Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence, 2nd Edition (WASI II), Repeatable Battery for Neuropsychological Status (RBANS), Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT 4) and Draw-a-Clock. Working under direction of Dr. Harding, developed diagnoses based on clinical interview information as well as test results.

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September 2007 May 2008

Henry Lee Willis Community Center, Inc.

Worcester, MA

Hours per Week: 24

Salary: $-0- (Volunteer)

Supervisor: Carlton Watson Phone: 508.887.2434 May Contact


Clinical MSW Intern (Outpatient Clinic)


Provided cognitive behavior and client-centered theories/approaches in working with adult patients who participated in sessions either through individual choice or being referred through third-parties or court orders. Developed collaborative interaction and designed appropriate treatment plans while continually utilizing broad-based experience and knowledge. On weekly basis, led psychotherapy and relapse-prevention group sessions that were specifically designed to assist clients dealing with substance abuse/dependency and dual diagnoses.



September 2006 May 2007

Henry Lee Willis Community Center, Inc.

Worcester, MA

Hours per Week: 24

Salary: $-0- (Volunteer)

Supervisor: Carlton Watson Phone: 508.887.2434 May Contact


Administrative and Case Management MSW Intern (Family Care Program)


Successfully fulfilled this assignment, in addition to working with on-going caseload of children in specialized foster care, that consisted of conducting weekly group meetings focused on developing life skills; provided behavior management counsel and organized outreach activities as well as community referral networks. Worked with foster parents/staff during clinical case conferences, providing support/advocacy/training/diagnostic clarification.


Also performed peer oversight and various administrative functions, was strong contributor to administrative and Quality Assurance meetings and was often called on to serve as organizational representative during court appearances, supporting exceptional work of Department of Children and Families in advocating for meeting the needs of children placed in their care.






Hawaii School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Honolulu, HI

Psy.D, Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program; anticipated completion May 2019

GPA: 3.7

Semester/Credit Hours: 44

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Springfield College, Springfield, MA

Master in Social Work, 2008

GPA: 3.8

Semester/Credit Hours: 60

Graduated With Honors


Assumption College, Worcester, MA

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, 2002

GPA: 3.0

Semester/Credit Hours: 130




Specialized Training


American Red Cross Disaster Training

American Red Cross Psychological First Aid

Strength Based Practice (Trainer)

Motivational Interviewing

Loneliness and Isolation

Crisis Intervention (Trainer)

Combat Life Saver Course

CPR and First Aid Response

Hospice Aid Volunteer and Bereavement Counseling

Outdoor Leadership Training (Y.O.P. Appalachian Mountain Club)

M.A.P (Medication Administration Procedure)

PAYA & Trainer (Preparing Adolescents for Young Adulthood Massachusetts DSS)




Military Training


Signal Basic Officer Leadership Course, Fort Gordon, GA, 2012

Officer Candidate School, Fort Benning, GA, 2011






Licensed Clinical Social Work (L.C.S.W.), State of Hawaii, 2016 (expires 2019)

Licensed Social Worker (L.S.W.), State of Hawaii, 2014 (expires 2019)




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Professional Affiliations


American Psychological Association (Student Membership)

National Association of Social Work

Mental Health America

Dynamy Inc. Alumni (Student Board Member, 2001-2002)






Army Certificate of Achievement Award, December, 2014

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P.O. Box 0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000


Country of Citizenship: United States

SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx

Secret Security Clearance



Job Title: Social Worker Program Coordinator

Department: Veterans Affairs

Agency: Veterans Health Administration

Job Announcement Number: VK-17-HS-1916412-OCA-BU



I am extremely interested in being considered for the Social Worker Program Coordinator Position available with Veterans Affairs and am submitting my resume for review; I believe you will find my background strongly matches the requirements of this position. In particular, with long-term, relevant experience as well as advanced education and training, including my current pursuit of a Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D) degree, I am well-versed in managing operations, meeting standards and guidelines, and achieving objectives.


In addition to my upcoming Psy.D degree, where I maintain a 3.7 GPA, I have earned a Master of Social Work, graduating With Honors with a 3.8 GPA, and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology; additionally I have successfully participated in a wide array of relevant training programs and my professional affiliations include membership in the American Psychological Association, the National Association of Social Work and Mental Health America.


During the past 15+ years, in addition to providing a broad range of hands-on support and therapeutic intervention to individuals, I have developed exceptional administrative leadership capabilities that have encompassed program planning, well-considered allocation of resources and continually demonstrating outstanding oral as well as written communication, particularly regarding day-to-day operational requirements and developing responsive programs, policies and procedures. Additionally, I have gained in-depth experience in working within the community and engaging with multiple support agencies to develop resources for assisting Veterans. My past roles/assignments have included: Medical Social Worker, Mental Health Worker / Crisis Therapist (CT), Social Worker IV (Family Court), Case Manager, Program Director (Family Care Program), Youth Advisor (Youth Academy Program) and Clinical Coordinator.


Throughout my career I have exhibited a commitment to quality and consistent compliance with critical governing directives, standards, policies and procedures. I am confident in my ability to deliver immediate and long-term results and you will find me to be a performance-driven leader and collaborative team player focused on achieving and surpassing goals. I am eager to discuss how my qualifications match your needs, and look forward to interviewing with you at your earliest convenience. In advance, thank you for your time and consideration.




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