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Dedicated and accomplished professional committed to pursuing a career in the field of law enforcement, with specialized knowledge in areas of security management and public safety. Experienced and disciplined leader at guiding, influencing, and empowering others to maintain law and order with a proven capacity to assist diverse populations, and ability to perform under pressure and stay calm in emergency conditions. Dynamic and highly skilled at resolving conflicts and diffusing hostility amidst diversity with strong personal commitment to upholding the highest standards of the law. Highly dedicated individual who exhibits the highest degree of professionalism, a strong proponent of training and development, focused on improving organizational performance. Enthusiastic individual with excellent organizational skills and ability to multitask with exceptional communication skills coupled with strong interpersonal skills, effective in builiding positive relationships with diverse individuals at any level or background.

Core Competencies
Case Management & Analysis • Psychological Counseling • Procedural Compliance • Organizational Leadership
Crises Interventions • Detailed Oriented • Team Work • Behavioral Counseling • Psychological Assessments • Psychological Evaluations • Training & Development • Psychoeducation • Psychotherapy


Employer Name start-end-date
Clinical Psychologist
Deployed as clinical Psychologist in a Wellness Center specializing in Cognitive Processing Therapy and Co-Occurring or complicated cases. Served as Psychologist in Camp Geiger, School of Infantry command psychologist, providing treatment of permanent personnel, training and educating commands and implementing OSCAR program at command level. Served in the Wounded Warrior Battalion East as command psychologist for triage, disposition, and acted as liaison between medical and line assets. Acted as Master Trainer for OSCAR, uniformed support of civilian staff and green side liaison for the directorate, supervised enlisted program for outreach with redeployed Marines.
Division Psychologist 4/2010 – 2/2012
Served in the Division Psychiatry OSCAR team in garrison, provided individual and group therapy to all Division Marines at II MEF. Managed disposition, command communication, fitness and suitability of Marines. Collaborated with Division Psychiatrist and Nurse Practitioner to provide continuous care. Created group to limit number of sessions required before returning to full duty and developed program, which screens unidentified needs and underserved Marines deferred to network. Implemented competency in PTSD treatment, which allows Division Psychiatry offer services not previously available. Assisted in training and supervising psychiatric technicians in patient care. Coordinated with pscyh tech to implement and oversaw psycho educational programs including sleep hygiene, relaxation therapy and assertiveness training. Deployed at OEF, 1st Med Bn, Alpha Surgical Co. Appointed to Camp Dwyer as sole Mental Health provider for MEF and Joint Force Service Members. Coordinated with division assets and OSCAR provider. Expanded the TBI Clinic including psycho education and objective data for quality improvement.
Outpatient Mental Health Clinic, NMCP 12/2009 – 2/2010
Acting Department Head
Served as acting department head managing 48 staff members including active duty, GS, and contractor. Assisted in arranging spacing and remodeling of department to allow incoming work force needs and increase opportunity for patient care.
• Received Navy Achievement Medal in recognition of performance.
Outpatient Mental Health Clinic, NMCP 12/2008 – 12/2009
Postdoctoral Fellowship
Served as member of the inaugural fellowship class for Clinical Psychology. Handled a caseload of expected proportion to other licensed clinicians within department. Served aboard the USS TRUMAN, assisted with MARSOC A&S week, and different didactics with various Navy providers in billets clinical and operational. Implemented a program to train all clinicians in administering and scoring MMPI-2-RF and conducting research on utility use with the neuropsychological battery that is currently in use.
• Received training and supervision in area of specialty and military demands including SARP, Inpatient, mTBI, Health, and Family/Child with yearlong emphasis in Depression and PTSD, specific trainings including Cognitive Processing Therapy and Prolonged Exposure for PTSD and specialized supervision with expert in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Tarzana Treatment Center, Inc Full Service Partnership 9/2007 – 3/2008
Targeted Case Manager II/Therapist
Provided care and assistance to severely mentally ill clients with activities of daily living, housing, financial matters, community resources and relapse prevention. Conducted individual psychotherapy to patients using cognitive behavioral and self-psychology orientations.

Manatee Glens, Inc 6/2006 – 8/ 2006
Conducted individual and group therapy to adults in a residential substance abuse treatment program. Provided group therapy sessions to residents in crisis stabilization unit and long-term inpatient unit. Performed screening, assessment, and crisis management in access center.

Seneca Center 7/2002 – 7/2003
Classroom Counselor
Conducted tutorial session to SED adolescents in academic courses, taught daily functioning skills and assisted in improving social abilities and relationships through modeling and behavior modification system. Educated adolescents in basic medical needs, spearheaded small groups and provided brief counseling, crisis intervention

Martinez Unified School District 9/2001 – 5/2002
AVID Tutor
Tutored seventh and ninth grade AVID students in preparation for high school and college. Educated on effective classroom and study habits, including note taking and organizational skills. Encouraged and provided one on one support to academically delayed students.

Florence Crittenton Children and Family Services 12/2000 – 7/2001
Team Leader
Served as residential counselor for adolescent females pregnant or with child(ren). Handled six residential counselors, participated in treatment plans and education plans for adolescents.

Florence Crittenton Children and Family Services 3/2000 – 12/2000
Residential Counselor
Provided counseling to improve social abilities and relationships. Educated adolescents in basic medical needs. Conducted brief counseling, led small groups, and provided crisis intervention. Assisted in parenting skills and caring for children, which focus on nutrition while pregnant or breastfeeding and dietary needs of children during post delivery.


Adjunct Professor: Art Institute/Tampa Summer 2007
Introduction to Psychology
Lectured bachelors level students. Created course curriculum including semester project, term paper, and exams.

Professor: Chet Lesniak, PhD Summer 2005
Teacher Assistant (Geriatric Assessment/Introduction to Neuropsychological Screening)
Assisted students in test administration skills and interpretation. Handled grading of assessment protocols and reviewed student’s interpretive reports before final review by professor.

Professor: Joseph Grimaldi, PhD Spring 2005
Teacher Assistant (Objective Assessment)
Assisted students in test administration skills and interpretation. Graded assessment protocols and reviewed student’s interpretive reports prior to final review by professor.

Professor: John Dsurney, PhD Fall 2004
Teacher Assistant (Cognitive Assessment)
Handled two sections of an hour class every week instructing students how to administer WAIS-III and WISC-IV. Reviewed administration video tapes with a volunteer and evaluated ability to administer assessment instruments. Reviewed interpretive reports before final review by professor.

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