Recovery Coach Resume Sample

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Recovery Coach Resume Example

 

 

Mark Stone
1763 Chin Lane, Tacoma, WA 98521
(000) 999-9999
[Email]


RECOVERY COACH

SUMMARY
Highly experienced recovery coach, with extensive exposure to creating and implementing core recovery programs to meet the individual needs of all clients. Skilled in managing a wide range of tasks associated with recovery and rehabilitation. Successful track record of assessing clients to determine their specific emotional and mental health needs.

PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES

– Intervention– Plan Modification– Client Assessment
– Program Development– Client Oversight– Rehabilitation
– Health and Wellness– Stability Sustenance– Emergency Response
– Behavioral Health– One on One Coaching– Community Presentations

PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS
• Devised a series of wellness programs to meet the dynamic needs of each client.
• Successfully rehabilitated 65 clients, following implementation of rigorous and well-placed recovery programs.
• Implemented a base recovery program, which guaranteed stability sustenance in specific client populations.
• Held 5 seminars on behavioral health, as part of a public awareness program.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Recovery Coach
Human Services, Tacoma, WA | 2013-Present
• Look through clients’ files to determine their specific issues, such as trauma, and substance abuse.
• Engage clients and their family members in conversation to determine their personalities, and challenges.
• Assess clients based on established data, to decipher the type and extent of therapy needed.
• Create and implement core recovery plans to meet the individual recovery needs of each client.
• Assess the efficacy of implemented plans, and provide modifications or assessments where required.
• Educate family members about possible outcomes and limitations of implemented recovery programs.
• Create and maintain effective relationships with government agencies to help clients acquire external assistance.
• Monitor caseloads, and ensure that clients’ records are properly maintained.

Recovery Coach Assistant
Sava Health, Tacoma, WA | 2009-2013
• Assisted in creating and implementing basic and advanced recovery programs.
• Handled clients’ initial evaluations, and provided feedback to the recovery coach.
• Research the effects of particular drugs on the human mind, to help with recovery plan development.
• Assist clients and family members in understanding their challenges and how to overcome them.
• Provided support by creating and maintaining clients’ records in a confidential manner.

EDUCATION
Washington State University, Washington, WA – 2009
Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services






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