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Tina Myers

Objectives

To work in the community providing resources that improves the


lives of individuals and families in the Inland Northwest through a
variety of approaches such as education, counseling, and
connections within the community.

Education

Masters of Science; Clinical Psychology Eastern Washington


University Cheney, WA 2011
Myers, T. (2011). Examining the relationship between
mindfulness and sexual aggression in males. Thesis:
Eastern Washington University.
Bachelor of Arts; Psychology Eastern Washington University
Cheney, WA 2009
Associates of Art Spokane Community College Spokane, WA
2006

Licenses

*Mental Health Counselor License


Pending completion of examination and application.

Professionally
Relevant Training

Homebuilders CBT and Teaching Skills Training.


Homebuilders Motivational Interviewing Training
Homebuilders Domestic Violence Training
Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Training
TF-CBT with Childhood Traumatic Grief
Cognitive Processing Therapy
Motivating the Resistant, Complex Client (through INCED)

Professionally Relevant Experience


Empowering Inc. Services
Intensive Family Preservation Therapist

July 2013 to August 2014

Utilizing HOMEBUILDERs model to work with local families to achieve goals as identified by
referent, client and assessment.
Providing identified family case management and access to community resources.
Provide strengths based approaches to assist families to increase self-sufficiency and to
independently make change.

MORNING STAR BOYS RANCH


May 2012 to June 2013
Masters Level Case Manager
Collaborating with residents and their families/guardians to develop and implement treatment
plans.
Providing assistance in crisis management as needs arose.
Assisting residents and their families in utilizing coping, social and problem-solving skills.

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Working with families to move toward successful family reunifications.


Working with residents who were wards of the state to address issues, with the goal of successful
placement.
Collaborated with professionals in the field to promote the care and welfare of residents and
families.
Attended and participated in meetings and appointments such as doctors appointments, school
appointments, family team decision meetings, mental health related meetings, etc.

H.E.L.P.S FAY CADWALLADER


November 2011 to May 2012
Masters Level Treatment Plan Writer
Collaborated on development of treatment plan of new clients entering into a local group home.
Wrote treatment plan updates in a timely manner consistent with state guidelines and
requirements for social services.
Updated treatment plans to reflect assessment information based on testing reports.
Attended weekly staffing meetings to obtain pertinent information to incorporate into treatment
plan updates.
CATHOLIC CHARITIES COUNSELING
September 2011 to May 2012
Volunteer Therapist
Collaborated with clients to develop tools to implement in their recovery.
Incorporated interventions that are empirically based (CBT, CPT, etc).
Provided case management in the following areas
o Helping clients find and utilize local resources for housing, food, and other necessities.
o Interfacing with agencies such as schools, child protective services, physicians, etc.
o Matching clients with applicable local programs (i.e. Christmas Bureau, Tree of Giving,
SEALS computer re-use program, etc).
Maintained accurate legal documentation.
Maintained clear and concise progress notes that meet agency requirements and format.
Attended trainings made available through agency.
Organized local professionals to come into the agency and give presentations on relevant issues.
Developed informational materials for agency use.
EXCELSIOR YOUTH CENTER
July 2011 to April 2012
Relief Counselor
Supervised adolescent clients who had been admitted to an institutional facility for psychological
and behavioral issues or admitted for chemical dependency
Maintained a safe living environment
Assisted in teaching clients basic life skills.
Modeled appropriate social interactions
Maintained accurate legal documentation

LUTHERAN COMMUNITY SERVICES, NW


April 2010 to May 2011
Clinical Therapist Intern
Working with clients, who ranged from 5 48 years old, in developing tools to implement in their

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recovery.
Incorporating interventions that were empirically based (CBT, CPT, etc).
Providing case management in the following areas
Helping clients find and utilize local resources for housing, food, and other necessities.
Interfacing with agencies such as schools, child protective services, physicians, etc.
Matching clients with applicable local programs (i.e. Christmas Bureau, Tree of Giving,
SEALS computer re-use program, etc).
Maintaining accurate legal documentation.
Maintaining clear and concise progress notes that meet agency requirements and format.
Attending trainings made available through agency.
Organizing local professionals to come into the agency and give presentations on relevant issues.
Developing informational materials for agency use.

EASTERN WA. UNIVERSITY (PSYCH DEPT.)


Sept. 2009 to June 2010
Teaching Assistant
Graded student papers and tests
Maintained accurate student records
Maintained online program which monitors student progress
Proctored exams
EASTERN WA. UNIVERSITY (PSYCH. DEPT.)
Sept. 2007 to March 2009
Peer Mentor
Taught small groups of students, covering relevant material from their Psychology 100 course.

Administered weekly quizzes.


Scored assigned material, which included small research papers.
Maintained accurate records, including grades and correspondence.