Ari Katz - Boston College

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Robert Counselor
19 Lake Drive, Brighton, MA 02135
[email protected]
• 617-555-7452
EDUCATION
Boston College, Graduate School of Education
Chestnut Hill, MA
MA in Counseling Psychology – School Counseling Track
May, 2011
 GPA: 3.4/4.0
 Courses include: Psychology of Drug and Alcohol Abuse; Multicultural Issues in Treatment; Gay, Lesbian, and BiSexual Identities: Development and Treatment Considerations; Counseling Families
Barquette University
BA in Psychology
 GPA: 3.6/4.0 - worked 20-30 hours per week at paid job to pay for tuition and other expenses.
 Honors: Barquette Social Sciences Award, 2006; Dean’s List, six semesters
Lakeland, FL
May 2006
EXPERIENCE
School Counselor Intern, Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, Cambridge, MA
2007-Present
 Following an outstanding internship, was invited to substitute as an employee of the school.
 Provide a full range of academic, vocational, and personal counseling services for students
 Created and led successful workshops on body image and choosing a career; wrote manuals for future interns
 Strive to align students' aptitudes and interests to optimize college selections/ job placement; prepare students for
college admissions testing; assist students with financial aid forms and college applications
 Counsel a diverse student body, including disadvantaged, first generation, and international students
 Review and evaluate with staff the needs of psychiatric case management services
 Provide crisis intervention services; facilitate group counseling sessions
Counselor, Finster Therapeutic Day School, Brighton, MA
Fall, 2010-Spring, 2011
 Provided individual and group psychotherapy services to adolescents ages 12-18 diagnosed with major psychiatric
disorders, attentional disturbances, anxiety, depression, and substance abuse; culturally diverse client population,
services provided in Spanish and English
 Collaborated with treatment team of clinical social workers and educators, psychiatrists, psychologists, and
rehabilitation counselors to develop individualized treatment plans
 Led daily psychotherapy groups using multi-modal approaches: cognitive therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy,
psychoeducational, and expressive arts
Assistant Head Youth Counselor, Navros Youth Correctional Facility, Lakeland, FL
2007-2009
 Promoted from Youth Counselor position after only six months
 Designed and implemented rehabilitation program designed to help facilitate a smooth transition for children who
would return to their regular families and schools upon completing their term at Navros
 Established a theatre arts program, still in existence at the facility today
Camp Counselor, Camp Dave, Lakeland, FL
Summers, 2004-2006
 Supervised, lived with, and created safe environment for eight 12-to-13-year-old boys with emotional disabilities
 Participated in two-week intensive training in behavior modification techniques
 Led sports activities; created and taught arts activities
 Spoke with parents regularly and resolved potential conflicts
VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES
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Pedro Arrupe International Service/Immersion Program, Boston College
Boston College Intercollegiate Community Service Organization Member
Neighborhood Center Tutor, Lakeland, FL
Rotoract Club Member, Lakeland, FL
Breast Cancer Awareness Walks, Barquette University
SKILLS
Computer:
Languages:
Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel and Word; SPSS (statistical software); Adobe Photoshop
Proficiency in spoken Spanish
2006-present
2006-present
2003-2005
2003-2005
2001-2002
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