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Behavioral Specialists provide support to clients with disabilities or social difficulties. Typical work responsibilities of a Behavioral Specialist include liaising with the mental health community, delivering presentations, organizing therapy sessions, handling child neglect cases, developing training materials, and providing emotional support to clients. Resume samples in the field make display of skills such as analytical thinking, problem solving, good communication and listening skills, recordkeeping, and networking. Employers select resumes displaying a degree in psychology or a similar field.

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Behavioral Specialist- YES Medicaid Program

  • Working with children and adolescents ages 3-18.
  • Maintaining caseload of 15-25 children.
  • Dealing with crisis situations.
  • Conducting and supervising peer groups.
  • Teaching children/adolescents coping and social skills.
  • Maintaining positive relationships with families.
  • Conducting home and school visits.
Candidate Info
6
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
C
Mental Health
BA
Psychology
22

Behavioral Specialist

  • Provide in-home behavioral therapy with play implementation
  • Develop firm understanding of client's personal needs
  • Ensures the maintenance of the material that the child learns in school.
Candidate Info
10
years in
workforce
8
months
at this job
Communications
23

Behavioral Specialist/child Care Worker

  • Demonstrate recognition of the value of individual and cultural differences; create a work environment where talents and abilities are valued.
  • Create and maintain a work environment that is respectful and accepting of diversity.
  • Serves as a member of the patient treatment team with responsibility for assisting in treatment plan development. Implements specific aspects of the treatment plan for individual patients through day-to-day interactions, teaching and developing self-care and social skills, and organizing and participating in appropriate group or one-to-one activities.
  • Makes entries on patients' charts and writes reports based on observation of children's general physical condition, behavior, mood changes, interactions with others, restrictions placed, and unusual incidents. Reports orally or in writing on overall patient progress to treatment team members. Accounts for the whereabouts of patients in the assigned area; prepares census forms and documents authorizing leave; conducts bed checks. Accompanies patients to appointments and on outings outside the facility. Monitors patient activity in living areas, maintaining alertness to manage problem situations. Intervenes verbally with patients to defuse aggressive, disruptive behavior.
  • Intervenes physically with patients as necessary to control aggressive, assaultive behavior. Performs and assists patients in performing light housekeeping and laundry duties. Conducts visual inspections of the living area to remove any hazards and maintain a safe and healthy environment. Maintain inventories of the personal belongings of patients. Assists in orientation of new patients to facility life by explaining rules, expectations, and daily routines. Attends in-service training programs as required. Performs related work as assigned.
Candidate Info
7
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
BS
Health Services
24

Clinical Specialist/behavioral Specialist

  • Responsible for a large caseload of individuals that I support with a variety of mental health diagnosis, visit them at their agency homes and provide therapeutic, behavioral support services; also Participate in a rotating On-Call Clinician Service
  • Develop and write Monthly and Quarterly reports that tracks the progress or regression of the individuals with mental health disorders on my caseload
  • Develop and complete ISP documents, CSP (Customized Support Plans) and ASA's (Annual Skills Assessments)
  • Attend meetings for SIS Assessments with Ascend, house meetings with the Team-Lead of the home, DDTT meetings and work/meet with the (SC) Supports Coordinator
  • Deal with both the intellectual and/or developmental disability (IDD) as well as the mental health concerns while specific attention is provided to those individuals who are dually diagnosed and present with substantial behavioral concerns, as well as those who have problematic sexual behavior and are at risk for re-offending
  • Certified in Medical Administration-observations and MAR review quarterly, CPR and First Aid, Fire Safety, 6400 Regulations ( I helped last year's licensing to be successful), Voices and Choices, Abuse and Trauma
  • As a clinician, I maintain mutual and respectful therapeutic relationships, and make changes to individualized treatment as necessary
Candidate Info
26
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
BS
Organizational Communications And Psychology
Speech And Sociology
25

Mobile Therapist/behavioral Specialist

  • Provide therapy to children with mental health diagnoses in community and home settings.
  • Develop treatment plans based on goals and needs.
  • Develop crisis plans with clients and families.
Candidate Info
23
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
BA
Human Development And Family Services
MA
Social Work

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