April Murray's CV
April M. Murray
2909 E.6th St. Long Beach, CA 90814 ------------ ------------
Clinical Psychological Doctorate October 2014 -Present Specialization in Clinical Psychology Capella University, Minneapolis, MN
Master of Science in Psychology September 2014 Specialization in Counseling Psychology
Capella University, Minneapolis, MN
Bachelor of Science, General Psychology September 2011 Ashford University, Clinton, IA
Pre-doctoral Psychology Intern
Gateways CONREP, Los Angeles, CA 2018- present
Responsible for a caseload of 7 clients in an outpatient psychiatric facility. Responsibilities include: individual therapy, group therapy, crisis intervention, case conceptualization, risk assessment, and case management. Collaborate with other service providers in the community including: case managers, psychiatrists, nurses, medical doctors, and government agencies. Participate in weekly individual and group supervision sessions and staff meetings. Gateways CONREP is an outpatient conditional release program that serves approximately 90 to 100 judicially committed individuals exhibiting a wide range of severe mental illness and personality disorders.
Esperanza Crisis Center, Escondido Ca 2016-2017
Responsible for a caseload of 3-5 clients per shift in a short-term inpatient psychiatric facility. Responsibilities included: intake assessments, individual therapy, group therapy, crisis intervention, case conceptualization, and ongoing milieu therapy. Collaborated with other service providers in the community including: case managers, therapists, psychiatrists, nurses, police, and government agencies. Participated in weekly individual and group supervision sessions and staff meetings. Gave weekly case presentations to the staff for the purposes of diagnosis and treatment planning.
Lifeguard/teacher assistant 2009- present
Lincoln Middle School, Santa Monica, CA.
Taught swimming skills and helped implement teacher’s curriculum to the general student population. In addition to assisting instructional aides and teachers to implement social skills curriculums to adaptive students with various diagnoses including autism, severe behavioral disorders, and physical disabilities. Social skills included improving communication skills and coping abilities within the gene