Autism Support Professional driven to help others overcome personal obstacles. Comfortable working autonomously or in a team-based setting. In-depth knowledge of principles, methods, and procedures for diagnosis and treatment.
Training and development
Family therapy aptitude
Extensive DSM-IV knowledge
Exceptional problem solver
Quality management care
Clinical documentation mastery
Test of Nonverbal Intelligence (TONI)
Dual diagnosis expertise
Superior communication skills
London Autism Support 2/1/2013 to Current Autism Support London
Teach clients anger management techniques, relaxation skills, impulse control, social skills, emotional coping skills, and functional living skills.
Assist clients in schedulling home visits and phone calls and monitored effectiveness of activities.
Help valuate patients to determine potential need to transfer to specialised mental health facilities.
Record comprehensive patient histories and coordinated treatment plans with multi-disciplinary team members.
Family Care Group 3/1/2007 to 1/1/2013 Autism Support New York, NY
Supported educational professionals in writing IEPs with attainable goals.
Administered behaviour assessments to clients and students.
Monitored student behaviours and goals to assess IEP achievements.
Educated school paraprofessionals on protocols for dealling with students with autism.
Documented all treatment plans, interventions, and behaviours.
Mason Dixon Mental Health 8/1/2005 to 2/1/2007 Autism Support Charleston, WV
Charted and recorded information in client files.
Quickly responded to crisis situations when severe mental health and behavioural issues arose.
Collabourated with school officials to assess behaviours in educational environments.
Efficiently gathered information from families and social services agencies to inform development of treatment plans.
University of West London 2005 Bachelor of Science: Psychology London, England