1. Since August 1996 I work in the position of residential assisstant in
Normal Life, Inc., Terre Haute, Indiana. This is for-profit organization that
providesrehabilitational services for mentally retarded adults in the
community-based residential settings (group homes). During the fall 1997 I was
an intern in the Day Service program (personal social and community support)
in this facility where dealt with active treatment of mentally retarded in
day care and community links.
2. I worked as an intern in Columbia Regional Hospital Behavioral Health
Unit, Terre Haute, Indiana in July 1997, where conducted biopsychosocial
assessments. At the present time I have my internship at the same
placement and conduct alcohol and drug counceling.
3. I was an intern in Psychological Center of Development in Tambov, Russia,
from September 1994 through May 1996 where conducted psychological
assessment and diagnostic of children and adolescents.
4. As an intern in Developmental center for children in Tambov, Russia, I
conducted psychological testing for children with normal as well as abnormal
5. As an intern in special school for deaf children, Tambov, Russia, I
conducted a various array of psychological personality testing in order to
identify psychological functional skills development and personality
differentialities as well as implemented psychogeometric tools to identify
groups' communicational characteristics.
In 1993 I graduated from high school in Tambov, Russia, and was admitted to
Tambov State University, Russia, for undergraduate program in social
pedagogy and psychology. In 1996 transfered to Indiana State University,
USA, social work program. I expect to graduate from this program in May
1998 with bachelor's degree in social work.
In 1991 I graduated from elementary music school with major french horn.
I expect to perform social work responsibilities in the mental health
setting. These responsibilities will include:
2. Community Support.
3. Program development.
4. Direct involvement with clients.
5. Treatment planning.
6. Discharge planning.
7. Educational groups.
8. Follow-up activities.
9. Alcohol and drug counceling.
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