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City and County of San Francisco
Clinical Social Worker was asked...April 25, 2014

It wasn't a technical question at all, just pointless. I was asked what my zodiac sign is.

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Cell phone

My birthday in August, I been told am a few signs don't no.

The application will state your birthday! If they say it’s will be helpful for office dynamics I’d probably question the quality of the organization. Or I’d burst out laughing. Less

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California Department of State Hospitals

Why did you leave your last job?

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I don't remember.

Because I didn't want to miss an opportunity for employment with your agency.

Senior Care Therapy

how long I've been in the field

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7 years

US Army

years of experience in psychiatric setting

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Described significant inpatient and outpatient psychiatry working with a very wide variety of clinical diagnoses. Working with both first admissions and protracted presentations. Noted increasing senior and management responsibilities over several years. Specializing in Axis II,Cluster B clients. Plus community mental health and private social service organizations. Involvement with several volunteer organizations. Also did contract work with several different private groups focusing on adult, children and geriatric populations. Specialized clinical training. Graduate student supervising. Less

MPAC Healthcare

asking what type of therapeutic approaches I use, and explaining how I interact with members of IDT

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explained how I empower residents, provide emotional support, and validate their experiences Less

Strive Health

Why you chose the company?

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I was contacted based on my resume being on different sites.

UC San Diego Health

Do you have experience conducting suicide assessments, How would you handle conflict with a supervisor, What is motivational interviewing and how would you use it to support behavior change with a client, What changes were made from DSM-IV to DSM-5?

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Latino, Black, Indian

Michigan Medicine

Describe a challenging case and what you learned from it.

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I was working within a multidisciplinary clinic where we had to collaborate on patients plan of care. Specifically we were often in charge of making referrals to obtain specialized medical equipment. Our team was struggling to address the timeliness of referrals and how fast those referrals were being followed up on. This was starting to negatively impact patient care as patients weren’t getting vital and necessary equipment for their health and wellbeing. As a team, we were struggling with clear communication, so I set up a meeting with the medical director and team to discuss team roles and responsibility so we had clear guidelines and expectations. After that, I wrote out a process flow for referrals to make sure we were accountable as a team. Less

Covenant Health (Tennessee)

Interviewers asked about my experience with case management and community resourcing.

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I have experience with case management, so I highlighted my knowledge of local community resources and about a resource binder I had created at a previous job. Less

Beebe Healthcare

Name a time you were faced with challenges at your work?

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Working in a multi- Discipline team in a hospital setting I have been faced with many challenges such as the team not agreeing on discharge dates. Less

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