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B R I T TA N Y J .

B E I S P E L
Britt.beispel@gmail.com
(203)-434-2669

1 24 MaDdoug al Stre e t Apt. 14


New York, NY 10012

E D U C AT I O N
Columbia University School of Social Work, New York, NY
May 2015
Master of Science in Social Work, GPA 3.86
Concentration: Advanced Clinical Practice
Specialization: Health, Mental Health & Disabilities
University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Letters and Science, Madison, WI
May 2012
Bachelor of Arts
Major: Psychology, History
L I C E S N U R E A N D C E RT I F I C AT I O N S

Licensed Master Social Worker, New York State Certification, License Number: 095002
New York State Department of Health Certified Rape/Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence
Volunteer Advocate, 40+ hours of training
Family Engagement Toolkit Program: Coaching Family Visits; Sponsored by the New York State Office
of Children and Family Services, 20+ hours of training

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE
Institute for Family Health, New York, NY
September 2014-April 2015
Social Work Intern
Counseled a diverse population of patients in goal-oriented therapy utilizing evidence based
treatments including problem-solving therapy, behavioral activation, cognitive-behavioral therapy,
and mindfulness techniques
Conducted comprehensive psychosocial assessments, mental status exams, and patient histories
Assessed patients for safety using CSSRS assessment and clinical judgment and supported patients
throughout crisis
Co-facilitated Wellness Self-Management Plus group and facilitated Wellness Self Management
group by leading discussions integrating the topics of substance use and mental illness, directed
outreach to potential interested patients
Collaborated with mental health and medical professionals in patient evaluation and treatment to
enhance patient care
Mastery of EPIC Electronic Medical Record
Graham Windham, Bronx, NY
September 2013-May 2014
Social Work Intern
Facilitated developmental playgroup for birth parents and children ages 0 to 4
Supported birth parents to empower and enrich their parenting skills and to meet childrens needs
during visitation
Conducted home visits to birth and foster parents to assess for safety and enhance parenting skills
Utilized solutions-based training with parents to advance goals of reunification at the agency and in
the home
Outreached to agency employees to acquire referrals for participation in programs
Recruited parents and children within agency for participation in programs by creating incentives
Advocated for clients and their interests to case workers and supervisors
VO LU N T E E R E X P E R I E N C E
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New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, New York, NY


March 2014- Present
On-Call Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Advocate
Provide emotional support to survivors and ensure that their needs are met in the emergency
department
Present information about medical and legal options to survivors so they can make informed
choices
Liaison between survivor and medical staff and law enforcement officials
Assess for survivor safety, develop safety plan, and connect survivors to programs outside of
emergency department
Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, NY
June 2014-August 2014
Spine Head/Neck Services Volunteer
Conducted rounds continuously on patients to support nursing staff and ensure all patients needs
had been met including; feeding patients, locating doctors and nurses, and refilling room supplies
Provided emotional support to patients and engaged in various games and activities to occupy
patients
Educated patients on falls precaution and prevention safety
St. Vincents Behavior Health Services Westport, CT
July 2010- August 2010
Seton Academy Intern
Provided assistance to students with school work and homework assignments as well as provided
opportunities to help students improve upon their academic skills through extra practice and oneon-one instruction
Supported staff with daily tasks and student supervision by facilitating group discussions and
creating activities
Provided emotional support for students by participating in group therapy and providing one-on-one
support
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Madison Area Technical College, Madison, WI
September 2011- May 2012
ESL Level 3 Classroom Teaching Assistant
Taught language skills to students, created activities to enhance learning, facilitated partner and
group work
Explained exercises, meaning of words, grammar, punctuation, and pronunciation to students
Assisted teacher with daily tasks and lesson plans
Sennett Middle School, Madison, WI
January 2012- May 2012
Teaching Assistant
Taught 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students in need of extra help and support
Educated students in topics included reading, math, and science
Motivated students to stay on task and finish assignments by providing incentives and individual
support
Facilitated group discussions, led small reading groups, monitored classroom activities
Omega School, Madison, WI
September 2011- December 2011
Tutor
Supported students working to receive their GED by providing academic support and individual
tutoring
Taught reading, math, science, and social studies skills to students
Encouraged students to complete coursework and continue with studies through motivational
interviewing
English as a Second Language Tutor, Madison, WI
January 2010- December 2010
Tutored University of Wisconsin-Madison employees in English
Developed individualized lesson plans to cater to the needs of each student
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Created own unique worksheets to teach English


Communicated with students about goals, progress, and adjustments needed

R E L AT E D E X P E R I E N C E
Kids in Distressed Situations, New York, NY
June 2011- August 2011
Intern
Created fundraising presentations which led to donation increases and donor participation
Coordinated special events for fundraisers including annual luncheon and Socks for America event
Managed various projects including website creating, grant editing, social media
Researched potential areas of need for donations and companies to partner with
COMPUTER SKILLS

Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook; SPSS Data Analysis, EPIC electronic medical
record

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