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Sarah Wagner

11378 48th Ave E103, Allendale MI, 49401


(313) 912 6204
Wagnsara@mail.gvsu.edu

Professional Summary

I will be graduating with my MSW in April and will be relocating to San Diego at that time. I
have experience and training in medical social work, adult and adolescent inpatient psychiatric
care, and adolescent mental health. Currently training in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral
Therapy. My experience also includes working in adult intensive care and facilitating adolescent
groups.

Education

Grand Valley State University


-Master of Social Work April 2017
-Bachelor of Social Work, Minor in Psychology April 2015

Professional and Work Experience

Medical Social Work Intern- 21hours/week August 2016 - Current


Holland Hospital, Holland MI
- Provide substance abuse/psychiatric assessments and education, arrange inpatient or
outpatient treatment as needed.
- Assess for suspected child abuse and neglect.
- Assist with mental capacity evaluations.
- Provide emotional support/counseling for patients and families with new diagnoses,
chronic health issues, family problems, depression/anxiety and poor coping strategies.

Mental Health Worker- 36 hours/week February 2016 - Current


Forest View Psychiatric Hospital, Grand Rapids MI
- Assist in the ongoing assessment of the safety and emotional needs of each patient.
- Complete rounds every 15 minutes or sooner to ensure patient safety.
- Demonstrate awareness of key components of the treatment plans for assigned patients
and provide intervention and care accordingly.

Patient Transport- 40 hours/week June 2015 February 2016


Spectrum Health Butterworth Hospital, Grand Rapids MI
- Assist in monitoring all aspects of patient safety, comfort and well-being throughout
transport to and from various sections of the hospital.
- Communicate within the interdisciplinary team regarding any delays or concerns during
the transporting process.

Community Living Support- 15 hours/week August 2014 June 2015


Family Outreach Center, Grand Rapids MI
- Assist adolescents who have had severe emotional disturbances and trauma develop
needed skills to cope within the community.
- Facilitate weekly respite groups for adolescents.
- Facilitate weekly group sessions with elementary aged students on topics such as grief,
anger and loss.

Certifications

American Heart Associate


- CPR/AED for healthcare providers

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention


- Safely defuse anxious, hostile, or violent behavior at the earliest stage possible.

Volunteer Experience

Volunteer August 2014 - Present


Kids Food Basket, Grand Rapids MI
- Assist in making sack dinners that are delivered to schools in Grand Rapids who have a
large student population who experience food insecurity at home.