Mrs. Roche seemed to be the ideal Professional Counselor for me to interview because I have always thought if I were to go in to the helping field it would involve me becoming a Professional Counselor and running my own private practice. Mrs. Roche helped me to see the benefits of having your own private practice and also the nitty-gritty details that no one else wants to do or talks about. This interview also helped me learn that it’s okay to show your clients your reactions because it lets them know that you are human and that you are listening and understanding to their problem they have. She also helped me realized the importance of being there mentally and physically for your clients in session and out of session. This could mean squeezing them in at the end of the day or having a conference call or a Skype session, just as long as you are there when they need you the most. She also helped me understand that it is actually really rewarding when you do not really see a client anymore that has “graduated”. But when you occasionally seem them year-to-year, you know that they are okay and healthy and that you helped them to where they are
In this first session, and using the initial consultation notation form that the client has filled in previously as a base, the therapist will now begin to ask more specific questions relating to the client’s
I returned Ms Dunlap call. She said wants to place a formal complaint against the CPS worker Miranda Larson because she illegally removed her children based on false accusations. She stated that Miranda, like the entire CW are doing criminal activities. She then asked me if I had talked to her attorney? What was my conversation about, What did I disclose to them? What did they told me about her? "Be honest" she said. I informed her that I do contact her attorney because in one her DHS 0170 form the Discrimination Complaint form, she provided us her attorney's phone number and my conversation was about how can we contact her. She said that we should not be talking to her attorney because she just fired her.
First, we will examine my initial clinical note on 8/15/16 with client, Rhonda Smith, session one. During this first session, I collected Rhonda’s demographic and intake information (Murphy & Dillon, 2015; Reamer, 2001). This included a signed consent for treatment, which we reviewed and all her questions were answered, as well as signed medical releases for previous therapy and agency records, i.e., DVIS, CPS, CASA, that will be requested (Murphy & Dillon, 2015; Reamer, 2001). Additionally, she was informed about HIPAA, patient privacy rights, billing practices, professional boundaries and expectations, and how to contact me during business hours, and after-hours crisis lines, and on-call assistance phone numbers for resources if it is outside of my business hours (Murphy & Dillon, 2015).
Maryland's attempt to balance its budget was a good demonstration of setting spending priorities by O’Malley. During the great recession, Maryland, did not substantially curtail employment or services. O’Malley set his focused spending on health and education and refused to let them fail. His Commitment to the people led him to make budgeting decisions which strengthened the communities.
The Guardian ad Litem Advocates a nonprofit organization who work with the 7th Judicial Circuit of Florida. This circuit includes: Volusia, Flagler, Putnam, and St Johns Counties. At this time, there are approximately 800 Guardian ad Litem Advocates who are all volunteers. There are currently over 1,700 children in the foster care system in the 7th Circuit. The Guardian ad Litem Program is not allowed to accept donations or money....so they created the GAL7 Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charity to accept donations and funds on their behalf. The goal to help children in the foster care system with support that leads to normalization of their lives. These children have been removed from dangerous environments, many times with just the clothes on
When a person is the victim of a crime. they endure several different possibilities for the negative fallout. Both in their emotional, physical and financial lives. These people have had their very inner space invaded. However, different people react differently. Some people are able to move past their financial damages but are extremely emotionally traumatized. Some people can recover emotionally, but not financially. These factors will likely affect their ability to maneuver through the justice system.
Lisa Levan 231 Rasberry St. Bethlehem, Pa. 18018 (610) 442-6327 was advised of the identity of Investigator Sean P. Brennan and of the confidential nature and purpose of the interview, Levan, provided the following information:
The Ozer Law Firm, LLC is a law firm that is located in Savannah, Georgia. The Ozer Law Firm, LLC specializes in criminal defense. The Ozer Law Firm, LLC is an expert in misdemeanors and felonies. This law firm handles the felony cases such as felony DUI, drug crimes, fraud, and probation violations. The Ozer Law Firm, LLC represents its clients with their misdemeanor cases such as DUI/DWI, BUI, public intoxication, drug crimes, battery, including domestic violence cases, fraud, theft by receiving stolen property, and more. This law firm also deals with theft, including shoplifting, criminal trespass, traffic violations, and probation violations. The Ozer Law Firm, LLC offers a free consultation. Atty. Jennifer L. Ozer has been a recipient
The reporting party (RP) stated on 12/17/16 foster mother Cheryl Lamb was mopping the floor while foster children Michael and Caleb were outside. Later the minors wanted to enter the home and were asked by the foster mother to put on sock due to the wet floor. Caleb complied and put on his sock and went inside the home, however, Michael was defiant and refuse to put on the socks. Michael was informed to put on the sock or to wait until the floor dried. Conversely Michael chose not to put on the sock and walked backwards on the floor, falling on his bottom. Michael stated he was pushed by the foster mother, thus he fell. Reportedly Michael has several behavioral problems and was moved to another FFA placement by his assigned social worker Madeline
The reporting party (RP) stated his wife Charlene Anderson has residing in the facility for 7 months. Charlene has been assigned to the "memory unit" and suffers from partial blindness. The RP stated he received a phone message from Charlene stating 'urgent, urgent." When the RP returned Charlene's call she disclosed she was in serious pain due to her arm being twisted by staff member Sara Duarte during the night shift. According to Charlene the staff member became angry and twisted her arm for not moving quickly while preparing for her shower. The RP notified the Simi Valley Police and immediately drove to the facility. When the RP arrived to the facility he observed Officer Eric Owen talking with Charlene. Charlene reported her arm and shoulder
I contacted Mrs. Lara Alvis, Attorney at Law, for a knowledgeable discussion on the topic of guardian ad litem (GAL). My appointment with Lara Alvis was scheduled for June 10, 2015 at 1:00pm but unfortunately that morning I got a phone call from her office letting me know that she wouldn’t be able to meet with me that day due to having a sick child but her husband, Barry Alvis would be willing to stand in for her and could answer all of my questions if that would be okay with me. I knew it would be hard to get another appointment since they are already so busy and they were kind enough to allow me to come in and talk to them without a consultation fee. I kept my appointment and met with Barry Alvis, Attorney at Law on the topic of guardian ad litem (GAL). He was especially helpful and really opened my eyes to some aspects that I wasn’t already aware of.
The director of athletics, internal affairs oversees and manages department finances and internal operations. Their responsibilities include setting annual department goals, preparing the annual budget and budget presentation materials, monitoring department expenditures, monitoring program budgets, preparing travel reimbursements, advising staff in budget, purchasing and travel matters and assisting in contract negotiations with external vendors. Additional responsibilities include maintaining the confidentiality of donor information and coordinating post-season logistics.
An interview was conducted on September 26, 2016. The counselor that I interviewed was Asia Schmidt. Mrs. Schmidt has a Bachelors in Psychology and
The SCVRD Ombudsman contacted Jeremy Willhite on Thursday, July 28, 2016. The SCVRD Ombudsman explained to Mr. Willhite that it appears that SCVRD will not be able to assist him with obtaining additional post-secondary training pertaining to Network+ certification since all the required training was provided at the ITTC. The SCVRD Ombudsman further explained that the ITTC Staff provided the client with a choice in regards to which certification he would like to study and obtain. Mr. Willhite chose to focus on obtaining his A+ certification, which he was able to obtain. The SCVRD Ombudsman shared with Mr. Willhite that his VR case will remain open and that the Agency will gladly provide him with other VR services.